Coronavirus Outbreak: 'Only thing flying around like tracer bullet is COVID-19', says India coach Ravi Shastri
The coronavirus pandemic has brought sports to a standstill after leading to cancellation and postponement of events, including the Tokyo Olympics and European Football Championships
Cheteshwar Pujara on his strike-rate debate: Captain and coach understand importance of my playing style
Cheteshwar Pujara finds the constant fuss over his strike rate a tad unfair and wants to clarify once and for all that he has got the full backing of the team management which understands the "importance" of his style of play.
'I never play that kind of a shot. I still rue it, I wonder how it happened. Once I am set, I never give my wicket away', the mistimed pull in Christchurch still rankles Pujara.
Shreyas Iyer impressed with his batting on the New Zealand tour and seems to have solved the No 4 conundrum for India.
India vs New Zealand stats review: Virat Kohli's low point, Tim Southee's 300 and more numbers from Test series
After India suffered a 2-0 series defeat to the Black Caps in New Zealand, here's a look at some of stats and numbers from the series that has concluded on Monday.
India vs New Zealand: Virat Kohli hints at 'mini transition' of the ageing Indian pace unit in near future
While Jasprit Bumrah is expected to lead the pace pack for many more years, Ishant Sharma, who will be 32 this year and Mohammed Shami (29) have already reached the peak of their prowess.
When a great side like the current Indian one loses away, there is always a tendency for people to say 'well they are not that great after all' but winning away in Test cricket is remarkably difficult, and any time a team does it, it should be celebrated as a genuine achievement.
India vs New Zealand: Shambolic Test series raises multiple questions over famed Indian batting line-up
Collectively, the batting was abysmal throughout the two Tests. Perhaps it is time to realise that his batting unit isn't as great as it is being portrayed.
India vs New Zealand: 'Domestic overhaul, standarised pitches, unique skills', how Black Caps became formidable force at home
The New Zealand way of playing does not always look threatening, but in New Zealand, it can be deadly.
India vs New Zealand: Kyle Jamieson confirms immense potential with Player of the Match performance in second Test
Kyle Jamieson was declared the Player of the Match after taking 5-45 in India’s first innings followed by 49 batting at number nine
India vs New Zealand: Virat Kohli hits back at scribe for question over his celebration of Kane Williamson's dismissal
Virat Kohli on Monday got annoyed after being asked about his animated celebrations over Kane Williamson's dismissal on day two of the second Test before clarifying that match referee Ranjan Madugalle had no issues with what happened.
India vs New Zealand: 'Humbling experience', Twitter reacts to visitors' 2-0 series defeat as performance raises questions
New Zealand registered their sixth straight Test series win at home as they defeated World No 1 India by seven wickets in second Test to complete a series sweep
India vs New Zealand: 'We need to accept we were not good enough', concedes captain Virat Kohli after 2-0 Test series loss to Black Caps
Kohli said, 'We accept it upfront and if we have to win away from home, we have to do that. No excuses, just learning moving forward. In Tests, we weren't able to play the cricket we wanted to.'
India vs New Zealand: Kiwis win second Test by seven wickets as Virat Kohli's World No 1 side crashes to 2-0 series defeat
A solid 120 points took New Zealand's tally to 180 even as India stayed on top with 360 points courtesy their series wins against the lowly West Indies, depleted South Africa and a below-par Bangladesh.
India vs New Zealand, Highlights, 2nd Test in Christchurch, Day 3, Full Cricket Score: Black Caps win, sweep series 2-0
Latest Updates, 2nd Test, Day 3 India vs New Zealand: Jadeja comes in from the other end. Taylor collects a single off the first ball of the over, with Nicholls tapping the ball around for the next three deliveries without scoring a run. India decide to go for the review after an unsuccessful caught-behind appeal against Nicholls off the fifth delivery, and it turns out to be a front-foot no-ball that brings the equation down to just one run. Nicholls collects the winning single off the last delivery, as New Zealand win by seven wickets. The Black Caps thus register their 101st Test victory to complete a 2-0 series scoreline against the No 1-ranked Indian side!Well the Indian skipper decides to have a bowl now (wearing his shades while doing so), and starts off with a delivery that moves away after pitching wide outside off. Nicholls gets off the mark with a boundary off the fourth ball, steering a full delivery outside off through point. Just three more needed now.
Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami help India claim slender 7-run lead but New Zealand bowlers claim six wickets on Day 2 to stay in hunt for series win
Here are the best moments from Day 2 of the second Test between New Zealand and India, played at Hagley Oval, Christchurch, New Zealand
India vs New Zealand: Jasprit Bumrah says team doesn't play 'blame game' after batting lets visitors down on Day 2
Bumrah said he has faith in Rishabh Pant and Hanuma Vihari's ability to push the opposition hard on the third day even though it will be easier said than done
India vs New Zealand: Visitors' attempt to play aggressive cricket undermined by costly errors of judgement
After India were defeated in Wellington, Virat Kohli made it quite clear that his batsmen needed to bat with more intent and clarity
India vs New Zealand: Indians looked indecisive against short ball, says Kyle Jamieson after bagging five-wicket haul on opening day of second Test
Jamieson dismissed Prithvi Shaw, Cheteshwar Pujara, Rishabh Pant, Umesh Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja.
India vs New Zealand: Virat Kohli and Co bundle out for 242 courtesy poor shot selection; Kiwis go to stumps at 63/0
Indian batsmen showed intent but their reckless shot selection took them only as far as 242 on an eventful opening day of the second Test against New Zealand.