Cricket News sort by Shami Ahmed

The India vs West Indies series, which had to be curtailed to three matches due to Windies’ pay dispute, saw some impressive performances from both sides, even as India won the series 2-1.

It seemed that India took out all its frustration of the disastrous Test Series defeat on the English bowling attack in the 4th ODI at Birmingham

Not long ago, Mohammed Shami was being looked upon as India’s latest pace sensation. He rocked on to the scene by claiming nine wickets against West Indies at home

England have lost the big wicket of Alastair Cook in the 17 overs that they had to bat before stumps on Day 2.

With Zaheer Khan running out of favour with the selectors in the shorter version of the game and Ishant Sharma failing to cement his place in spite of being given numerous opportunities.

India pulled off a remarkable fightback on an eventful third day’s play at Auckland to find themselves with a slim chance of a win.

When a team is routed 4-0 in a five-game one-day series, it is obvious that they have fared miserably.

West Indies collapsed to an innings and 51-run defeat inside three days in the opening Test at Kolkata leaving the spectators and Television viewers deprived of watching Sachin Tendulkar bat for one last time.

Even amidst all the hype and hoopla surrounding Sachin Tendulkar’s farewell series at Eden Gardens, it was a debutant who made headlines on the opening day.