West Indies v India, 1st Test, Antigua
R Ashwin talks about his batting promotion and seven-for in India's innings win over West Indies in Antigua
- Players/Officials : Ravichandran Ashwin
Sanjay Manjrekar thinks West Indies have one of the weakest batting and bowling line-ups in the world and feels this must be fixed at the first-class level
Though India put in a clinical performance in the first Test against West Indies, Sanjay Manjrekar says the hosts did not really put up a challenge
Ambris is struggling with his forearm. He's walking off now. Ambris retiring hurt. Big blow for West Indies in their battle for survival. | Dec 11, 2017
another short delivery, hits him flush on the forearm as he takes his eyes off. Think he needs some attention here. Oh, Yikes, on the wrist in fact. T | Dec 11, 2017
Dowrich bounced out second ball. He had done well the previous delivery to keep it down but that was angled across him. | Dec 11, 2017
Wagner to Hope, OUT, that's another poor shot. Wagner strikes in his first over on the fourth day. And it's another decently-set batsman who has to go | Dec 11, 2017
Trent Boult became the sixth New Zealander to the landmark when Kraigg Brathwaite slashed a catch to gully | Dec 11, 2017
Shafiqullah Stanikzai, the ACB CEO, thanks the BCCI for agreeing to host Afghanistan for their inaugural Test, and predicts that they will soon be an "exciting Test team to watch" | Dec 11, 2017
Aakash Chopra finds some logic in India's decision to opt out of the two-day warm-up match before their Test series against South Africa | Dec 11, 2017
Aakash Chopra is glad India have chosen to host Afghanistan for their debut Test match, and hopes the match will be the first of many for them against top oppositions | Dec 11, 2017
Aakash Chopra talks about India's decision to not tour between October and December and to play atleast 50% of the matches against England, South Africa and Australia | Dec 11, 2017
Sanjay Manjrekar believes R Ashwin's feat of 17 five-wicket hauls in 33 Tests has elevated him to 'Muralitharan-esque' form
West Indies captain Jason Holder called for a solid platform from the top-order batsmen, and better execution from the bowlers, going ahe...
The Indian captain is pleased with his team's biggest-ever overseas win, but also pointed out areas of improvement going forward
Seamers Umesh Yadav and Mohammed Shami shared eight wickets between them to put India in firm control of the Antigua Test
R Ashwin was under-bowled in the first innings, but that could possibly be because of Virat Kohli envisioning a much bigger role for the ...
Sanjay Manjrekar says that West Indies are misusing the batting talents of Jason Holder and Carlos Brathwaite, and does not see them beco...