Morris formed one-third of the framework behind the RR win, alongside Jaydev Unadkat and David Miller – three players who had a redemption story each of their own to tell.
Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah retain top status in BCCI contract brackets, Hardik Pandya promoted
All-rounder Hardik Pandya is one of the notable promotions to Grade A, which is worth Rs 5 crore, while rookies Shubman Gill and Mohammed Siraj have got their maiden central contracts worth Rs 1 crore in Grade C.
IPL 2021: Battle between 'young apprentice' and 'master' on cards as Rishabh Pant's DC take on MS Dhoni-led CSK
Three-time champions CSK had a forgettable season last year, finishing at seventh out of eight teams and they would also be seeking a winning start in their bid to make amends of a poor IPL 2020.
IPL 2021: DC captain Rishabh Pant says he is taking help of Ajinkya Rahane and R Ashwin to work on strategies
Pant, one of the youngest captains of an IPL outfit having taken over from an injured Shreyas Iyer, feels that "nothing changes" for him after having even set fields as a keeper when he was not in charge.
Here's all you need to know about Rajasthan Royals ahead of IPL 2021.
Delhi Capitals will start their IPL 2021 campaign against Chennai Super Kings in Mumbai on 10 April.
"I am working on my batting. The coaches have also told me to keep practicing my batting as there might be situations in matches when I will have to string partnerships of 25-30 runs," Amit Mishra said.
India-New Zealand World Test Championship final to take place in Southampton, confirms BCCI president Sourav Ganguly
India will play their inaugural World Test Championship final against New Zealand at Southampton's Ageas Bowl Stadium from 18-22 June, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly confirmed.
All you need to know about Delhi's squad and schedule for IPL 2021
India vs England: Remarkable Rohit Sharma, Pant-astic Rishabh, incredible R Ashwin and other takeaways from Test series
Here's what we learned from the four-match contest between India and England, the first international cricket series in India since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
India vs England: Motera pitch, English spin test in focus again as hosts look to seal WTC final berth
Will India spin their way to the WTC final? Or will England turnaround their fortunes against spin? Well, It seems a gargantuan task for England to stop this ruthless Indian side but if they manage to draw the series, it will still be a fantastic achievement.
India vs England: Ajinkya Rahane insists fourth Test pitch will be similar to the one used in last two games
Rahane additionally shed his reticence when asked to respond to the criticism from former England players that the pitches have not been ideal
Leach is up for the challenge that awaits him in the final Test and sounded confident after picking up the wickets of top four Indian batsmen in the third Test.
India vs England: Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma go full throttle at nets as hosts train ahead of fourth Test
Captain Kohli, his deputy Rahane and senior opener Rohit were seen batting at the nets in a video posted by the BCCI on Twitter.
Highlights, India vs England, 3rd Test at Ahmedabad, Day 2, Full cricket score: Rohit, Gill seal India's dominant win
India vs England, Live Cricket Score, 3rd Test Live Updates: Rohit smacks back-to-back fours off the first two balls, before smashing the ball into the stands beyond the midwicket fence to finish the job in emphatic fashion as India chase down the 49-run target without losing a wicket. The match doesn’t even last six full sessions!
India vs England: Axar Patel's six-wicket haul, Rohit Sharma's half-century put hosts in driver's seat on Day 1 of third Test
The spin combination of left-armer Patel and off-spinner India vs England exploited the turning Motera pitch at the newly-inaugurated Narendra Modi stadium to the full and England's first innings folded in just 48.4 overs after the visitors opted to bat.
Kohli and Ashwin laid the pitch-talk to rest through their brilliant batting on Day 3 of the 2nd India vs England Test in Chennai.
Having registered 1 and 0 in the series-opener against England, Rahane found form with a 67-run knock, while Rohit shone the brightest among Indians with an effort of 161, which included some mesmerising strokeplay.
Ajinkya Rahane looked equally attractive during his knock of 67 off 149 balls and the two Mumbaikars added 162 runs for the fourth wicket, making it worth the effort for the 15,000 who flocked the Chepauk as Indian cricket welcomed its fans back in the stadium amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
'Don't have an idea': Ajinkya Rahane refuses to comment on 'communal selection' row surrounding Wasim Jaffer
Jaffer, who quit as Uttarakhand coach owing to a dispute with the state association, has rejected the charge by the Cricket Association of Uttarakhand officials that he favoured Muslim players in the team.