2017 Icc Champions Trophy
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India great Farokh Engineer would like to see "relations restored" in a "delicate" situation with Pakistan so the arch-rivals can resume bilateral cricket series.
India vs Australia: Rohit Sharma hints at Ajinkya Rahane replacing Shikhar Dhawan as opener for first 3 ODIs
Indian vice-captain Rohit Sharma on Friday hinted that Ajinkya Rahane could be the one replacing his regular opening partner Shikhar Dhawan, who will miss the first three ODIs against Australia due to personal reasons.
India vs Australia: Virat Kohli's aggression and fearless approach makes him a very good captain, says Michael Clarke
Where there is talent, there will be comparison. When Laxman and Clarke were asked to pick the better captain and batsman among Kohli and Smith, Kohli seemed to be the clear winner.
The selectors and Arthur still feel that Umar Akmal needs more time to convince them he is ready for a national comeback," a source said.
Pakistan cricketers set to be richer as PCB receives Rs 14 crore from ICC for winning Champions Trophy
Members of the Pakistan team have already been feted with cash awards, plots and luxury cars at functions and ceremonies organised to celebrate the victory.
Umar said he had been dragged into the spot-fixing scandal but the PCB has now cleared him of any involvement.
Virat Kohli not at fault in Anil Kumble 'rift', captain should be comfortable with coach, says Ian Chappell
Anil Kumble resigned as the coach after the Champions Trophy in June and admitted that his relationship with Kohli had become "untenable".
Sri Lanka faces Zimbabwe in a Test match in Colombo on Friday.
India vs West Indies: Hardik Pandya looks to establish himself as finisher, promises 'fearless' cricket in last ODI
Pandya's 76 off 43 balls was the lone bright spot in India's forgettable chase in the Champions Trophy final as Pakistan won the game by 180 runs.
Virat Kohli is being "unreasonably targeted" for Anil Kumble's resignation as India's chief cricket coach, feels former BCCI President Anurag Thakur, who said the current Board set-up should answer for the unsavoury episode
ICC Women's World Cup 2017: Twitter launches special emojis for captains in a first for sports event
The ICC Women's World Cup, which got underway in Derby today with host England taking on India in the first game, will be the first global women's event where captain's emojis can be unlocked by hash-tagging the player's name.
Jasprit Bumrah slams Jaipur traffic police over billboard inspired by bowler's no-ball against Pakistan
Jasprit Bumrah's no-ball in ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Final against Pakistan proved to be costly later on in the match.
India vs West Indies, 2nd ODI: Yuvraj Singh faces fight for place in ODI squad with Rishabh Pant waiting in wings
Yuvraj had a poor Champions Trophy outing by his standards and with youngsters like Rishabh Pant and Manish Pandey waiting in the wings, Yuvraj needs to silence his critics and cement his position in the ODI squad.
India vs West Indies: Virat Kohli and Co start as favourites in first series after Anil Kumble's exit
Kohli's side will be looking forward to put the controversy surrounding Anil Kumble's departure to rest and achieving a comprehensive victory over the West Indies.
New Zealand wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi retires from international cricket, to continue playing in T20 leagues
Ronchi played four Tests, 85 ODIs and 32 T20 matches in total with this month's Champions Trophy match against Bangladesh his last for the Black Caps.
ICC Champions Trophy 2017: From AB de Villiers to Ravichandran Ashwin, stars who flattered to deceive
Here’s a look at the stars who failed to shine at the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.
Pietersen, who has played alongside Roy at county side Surrey was speaking at the launch of the South African Global League Twenty20 tournament in London on Monday.
Rahul Dravid said that time has come for India to take decisions with focus on the 2019 World Cup and that includes a call on the role of MS Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh in the current team.
The side includes Sarfraz and three other Pakistanis, three Indians, three Englishmen and one Bangladeshi, with Kane Williamson of New Zealand as 12th man.
India vs Pakistan: From spot-fixing ban to Champions Trophy final heroics, Mohammed Amir redeems self
Mohammed Amir, who was banned in 2010 for spot-fixing offences during Pakistan's tour of England, bowled a match-winning spell of 3-16 as Pakistan won their maiden ICC Champions Trophy against India.