India v New Zealand, 3rd ODI, Mohali
Oct 23, 2016: Virat Kohli joined forces with MS Dhoni to thump a mammoth 154 from 202 balls to guide India to a comfortable seven wicket win - their second of the five-match ODI series - in Mohali on Sunday.
India v New Zealand, 2nd ODI, Delhi
Oct 21, 2016: A lone hand of 118 from Kane Williamson, helped New Zealand register their first win of the ODI series, beating India by a narrow six-run margin in the second ODI played in Delhi on Thursday.
India v New Zealand, 1st ODI, Dharamsala
Oct 16, 2016: Hardik Pandya claimed three wickets on debut, but it was Umesh Yadav who ripped apart New Zealand's top order with a two-wicket burst that included the wickets of experienced Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor that helped India complete a six-wicket win in t
India v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Indore, 4th day
Oct 11, 2016: R Ashwin produced a devastating seven-wicket display that helped India thrash New Zealand by a massive 321-run margin in the third and final Test to complete a 3-0 white wash in Indore on Tuesday.
India v NZ, 3rd Test, Indore, 3rd day
Oct 10, 2016: R Ashwin claimed his 20th five-wicket haul as he single-handedly ran through New Zealand's top order - with figures of 6 for 81 - to reduce the tourists to just 299 on day three, in response to a mammoth 557-run total posted by the hosts in Indore.
India v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Indore, 2nd day
Oct 9, 2016: When Virat Kohli won the toss and opted to bat on Saturday, he had said that the pitch in Indore would aid batsmen on the first two days of the Test. His prediction came true, as he slammed his second Test double-hundred and combined with Ajinkya Rahane t
India v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Indore, 1st day
Oct 8, 2016: Virat Kohli, India's captain, made the most of an easy-paced surface to score his 13th Test ton that guided his side to an impressive 267 for 3 at stumps on day one of the third Test against New Zealand in Indore on Saturday.
India v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Kolkata,4th day
Oct 3, 2016: Wriddhiman Saha starred with the bat in both innings, and became the fourth Indian wicketkeeper to score two fifties in a Test, which helped the hosts convincingly beat New Zealand by 178 runs, in four days, in the second Test that ended in Kolkata on Mon
India v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 3rd day
Oct 2, 2016: An impressive display from Rohit Sharma - who scored a 132-ball 82 - helped India take control of the second Test against New Zealand, with a sizeable 339-run second innings lead at Eden Gardens on Sunday.
India v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 2nd day
Oct 1, 2016: An impeccable line and length and a stoke of luck helped Bhuvneshwar Kumar rattle New Zealand's batting ranks, as he claimed a five-for and restricted the opposition to 128 for 7 at stumps on day two of the second Test being played in Kolkata on Saturday.
India v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 1st day
Sep 30, 2016: Cheteshwar Pujara bailed India out of a spot of bother, with an impressive 219-ball 87, after the hosts had lost three-early wickets in the first session of the second Test, against New Zealand, which began in Kolkata on Friday.
India v New Zealand, 1st Test, Kanpur, 5th day
Sep 26, 2016: R Ashwin had already uprooted New Zealand's top order on day four; and on the final day he returned to complete what he had begun, by claiming three-more wickets, to guide India to a comfortable 197-run win in the first Test in Kanpur on Monday.
India v New Zealand, 1st Test, Kanpur, 4th day
Sep 25, 2016: R Ashwin rocked New Zealand's top order with an impressive three-wicket display of spin bowling - that saw him become the second-fastest bowler to 200 wickets in Test cricket in the first Test being played in Kanpur on Sunday.
India v New Zealand, 1st Test, Kanpur, 3rd day
Sep 24, 2016: Kane Williamson and Tom Latham successfully negotiated India's spinners on the second day of the first Test, but R Ashwin - on an aging Kanpur surface - spun the hosts back into contention by dismissing the in-form duo and restricting New Zealand to just
India v New Zealand, 1st Test, Kanpur, 2nd day
Sep 23, 2016: New Zealand's captain, Kane Williamson, led from the front with an unbeaten 115-ball 65 in New Zealand's first innings that helped his side cruise to a commanding 152 for 1 in reply to India's 318 in the first Test in Kanpur on Friday.
India v New Zealand, 1st Test, Kanpur, 1st day
Sep 22, 2016: New Zealand's left-arm spinner, Mitchell Santner, claimed three wickets that helped his side restrict a strong India batting unit to 291 for 9 on day one of the first Test - India's 500th - that began in Kanpur on Thursday.
May 30, 2016: David Warner, with a 38-ball 69, guided Hyderabad to their maiden Indian Twenty20 competition title, by beating Bangalore by eight runs in a tense final at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore on Sunday.
Qualifier 2, Delhi
May 28, 2016: Hyderabad's captain, David Warner, thumped an unbeaten 58-ball 93 that helped his side beat Gujarat by four wickets and qualify for their maiden Indian Twenty20 league final, where they will meet Bangalore on May 29.
May 26, 2016: A supreme all-round performance from Moises Henriques set up Hyderabad's 22-run win over Kolkata in the eliminator Delhi
May 25, 2016: AB de Villiers' unbeaten 79 off 47 balls ensured that Bangalore overcame a top-order collapse and chased down 159 in ten balls to spare, against Gujarat, and enter the finals of the Indian T20 League
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