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Virat Kohli gives Ahmed Shehzad a send-off after Bhuvneshwar Kumar gets him lbw

Champions Trophy 2017

India plug big hole, but other leaks open up

Never before have India's quicks done as well as they did at the Champions Trophy. While that is cause to celebrate, the middle-order and spin departments prompt questions

Kedar Jadhav broke a 123-run third-wicket stand between Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim

Bangladesh v India, Champions Trophy, 2nd semi-final, Edgbaston

Dominant India march into yet another final

The best team at ICC events since 2010 marched into its fourth final in seven tournaments to set up a summit clash against Pakistan, pitting the tournament's best bowling sides against each other

Mustafizur Rahman pulled off a diving catch at short fine leg to dismiss Ross Taylor

Bangladesh v India, Champions Trophy semi-final, Edgbaston

Unfinished business on Bangladesh's minds

Having pushed India hard in the 2015 World Cup quarter-finals and come agonisingly close to a win in the 2016 World T20, can Bangladesh complete the job in their maiden ICC tournament semi-final?

Hardik Pandya was too good for Faf du Plessis

India v South Africa, Champions Trophy, Group B, The Oval

Disciplined India run dysfunctional South Africa out

South Africa contrived to lose eight wickets for 51 runs from 140 for 2 in the 29th over on a used pitch, slower than the ones The Oval has laid out

Shikhar Dhawan works one to the on side

India v South Africa, Champions Trophy, Group B, The Oval

Batting chinks critical in virtual quarter-final

Both India and South Africa may wont to chase to avoid the critical decision making of what score is safe to defend, in the virtual quarter-final on Sunday

Yuvraj Singh took on the short balls

India v Pakistan, Champions Trophy, Group B, Edgbaston

India thrash sloppy Pakistan by 124 runs

Despite not being at their best, India beat Pakistan by 124 runs to start their title defence

Indian and Pakistani fans gear up at the Shere Bangla Stadium

India v Pakistan, Champions Trophy, Group B, Edgbaston

Can Pakistan breathe life into rivalry with India?

India and Pakistan have a storied rivalry, but recent contests in global tournaments have been one-sided in India's favour. Will the latest chapter in the tale be a gripping one?

Ramachandra Guha at an event to talk about one of his books

Ramachandra Guha resigns from CoA

Guha raises questions for Indian cricket

In showing no bias in pointing out various conflicts, and in naming names, Ramachandra Guha has penned a document that is bold and unprecedented