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  • 5th Test: Jos Buttler guides England to 322 on Day 2 against India

    5th Test: Jos Buttler guides England to 322 on Day 2 against India

    September 08, 2018 20:09 IST

    Having begun the day at 198-7 in their first innings after being contained by India's bowlers on Friday, England scored far more freely as Buttler — not for the first time in the series — rescued his team from a perilous position. England's tailenders once again frustrated India's attacking unit to make a remarkable comeback in the dead rubber. Earlier on Day 1, Alastair Cook and Moeen Ali scored their respective fifties as well.

  • Exclusive | Strange that captain Virat Kohli accepts mistakes but coach Ravi Shastri doesn't: Sourav Ganguly

    Exclusive | Strange that captain Virat Kohli accepts mistakes but coach Ravi Shastri doesn't: Sourav Ganguly

    September 07, 2018 21:38 IST

    The former captain said that Virat Kohli owning up to the team's defeat against England shows that he is the right man to lead the team. He compared this to the statement of coach Ravi Shastri belittling past Indian teams when questioned about the team's failure. Watch this exclusive chat on 'Cricket Ki Baat' to know Dada's opinions on the ongoing 5th Test at The Oval.

  • Exclusive | Immature of Ravi Shastri to say what he has said about past Indian teams: Sourav Ganguly

    Exclusive | Immature of Ravi Shastri to say what he has said about past Indian teams: Sourav Ganguly

    September 06, 2018 21:16 IST

    The former captain said that it is not possible to compare players and teams from different eras with each other and wished the Indian side good luck for the fifth and final Test of the series starting at The Oval on September 7. Watch this exclusive chat on 'Cricket Ki Baat' to know Ganguly's own playing XI for the last Test.

  • Exclusive | India should play Rohit Sharma as opener in Tests too, Prithvi Shaw can wait: Virender Sehwag

    Exclusive | India should play Rohit Sharma as opener in Tests too, Prithvi Shaw can wait: Virender Sehwag

    September 05, 2018 19:53 IST

    With India's top-order struggling against England in the ongoing Test series, former India opener and IndiaTV cricket expert Virender Sehwag has suggested captain Virat Kohli to play limited-over opener Rohit Sharma at the top slot in Test cricket as well. "India have different openers for all three formats. Virat Kohli needs to find out that one perfect pair who can open innings for India in all three formats. Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan is a good option but for that, India will have to play Rohit at the opening slot in Tests as well," Sehwag told IndiaTV during the show 'Cricket Ki Baat'. For more sports news and updates: https://www.indiatvnews.com/sports

  • Wickets aren't enough to win you matches, you have to score runs as well: Ganguly to IndiaTV

    Wickets aren't enough to win you matches, you have to score runs as well: Ganguly to IndiaTV

    September 04, 2018 20:00 IST

    Former Team India captain and IndiaTV's expert cricket analyst Sourav Ganguly stated that the batsmen have to score runs in order to win Test matches. India lost yet another Test series in England, making it three in a row (2011, 2014, 2018). Along with Ganguly, Virender Sewhag also slammed the batsmen for not playing a pivitol role.

  • Exclusive | Talk less and do more on the ground: Sehwag slams India post England debacle

    Exclusive | Talk less and do more on the ground: Sehwag slams India post England debacle

    September 03, 2018 21:48 IST

    Former India opener Virender Sehwag slammed the team's performance saying that the batting doesn't inspire confidence and India still look far away from being capable of winning Test series in tough conditions.

  • Exclusive | Ganguly and Sehwag feel India's fate in Sothampton depends on Kohli and Rahane

    Exclusive | Ganguly and Sehwag feel India's fate in Sothampton depends on Kohli and Rahane

    September 02, 2018 20:20 IST

    Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly alo criticized the Indian openers for failing for an eighth consecutive time in the series and he feels that India might need a new set of openers. Watch to find out what the two legends thought of India's chances in the ongoing 4th Test.

  • Exclusive | Sourav Ganguly believes Team India can win Asia Cup without Virat Kohli

    Exclusive | Sourav Ganguly believes Team India can win Asia Cup without Virat Kohli

    September 01, 2018 21:17 IST

    IndiaTV's cricket analysts Sourav Ganguly and Virender Sehwag have given their views on the Indian squad which has been announced for the upcoming 2018 Asia Cup. Ganguly believes that India have the potential to win the Asia Cup without skipper Kohli, however, former opener Sehwag said that the team needs it's best player in times like these. Watch to know what the two cricket legends said about the ongoing 4th Test between India and England and the upcoming Asia Cup.

  • Exclusive | Virat Kohli has become a better batsman after captaincy: Virender Sehwag

    Exclusive | Virat Kohli has become a better batsman after captaincy: Virender Sehwag

    August 31, 2018 21:33 IST

    Former Team India opener and IndiaTV's expert cricket analyst Virender Sehwag has lauded Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli on becoming the second Indian batsman to reach 6000 Test runs and feels that Kohli's performances has only been improving since he was made captain. Sehwag also talks about England's comeback in the 4th Test and how India can solve the 'openers' dilemma.

  • Exclusive | No one gave India a chance of comeback after Lord's defeat: Sourav Ganguly to IndiaTV

    Exclusive | No one gave India a chance of comeback after Lord's defeat: Sourav Ganguly to IndiaTV

    August 30, 2018 21:58 IST

    IndiaTV's cricket experts Sourav Ganguly and Virender Sehwag believe that India should look to score close to 400 runs after a superb display from the bowlers, to take the match beyond the reach of England.

  • Exclusive | Virender Sehwag suggests Virat Kohli to play Ravindra Jadeja in 4th Test

    Exclusive | Virender Sehwag suggests Virat Kohli to play Ravindra Jadeja in 4th Test

    August 29, 2018 20:57 IST

    With England set to play two spinners in the fourth Test at The Rose Bowl, Southampton, former India opener and IndiaTV cricket expert Virender Sehwag has suggested captain Virat Kohli to play Ravindra Jadeja as an extra spinner in the crucial match, starting Thursday. "England are playing with two spinners that means there will be some assistance for the spinners in pitch. England can judge the wicket better than us, no matter which format they play," Sehwag told IndiaTV during the show 'Cricket Ki Baat'.

  • Exclusive | Virat Kohli will be one of the best captains for India: Virender Sehwag to IndiaTV

    Exclusive | Virat Kohli will be one of the best captains for India: Virender Sehwag to IndiaTV

    August 28, 2018 21:10 IST

    With Virat Kohli gearing up for his 39th Test as India skipper, former India opener and IndiaTV cricket expert Virender Sehwag feels that the 29-year-old Delhi batsman will be one of the best captains for India in the time to come. "No skipper constantly thinks about the number of matches he has won during his captaincy. Our work as a captain is to play well and guide the team to the victory. As captain, Kohli's performence is above par and he has improved in batting as well. He'll be one of the best India captains in the time to come. There's no doubt about that," Sehwag told IndiaTV during the show 'Cricket Ki Baat'. For more sports news and updates: https://www.indiatvnews.com/sports

  • Exclusive: Expect Virat Kohli to score a double or even a triple ton in remaining Tests, says Virender Sehwag

    Exclusive: Expect Virat Kohli to score a double or even a triple ton in remaining Tests, says Virender Sehwag

    August 27, 2018 20:41 IST

    Virat Kohli made 97 and 103 in the last Test on a bowler-friendly pitch and when he gets favourable batting conditions in the next two Tests he should score big.

  • Exclusive | Not just Team India but the entire nation has faith in Virat Kohli: Virender Sehwag

    Exclusive | Not just Team India but the entire nation has faith in Virat Kohli: Virender Sehwag

    August 26, 2018 20:04 IST

    Following India's 203-run win the third Test at Nottingham, former India opener and IndiaTV cricket expert Virender Sehwag strongly believes that Virat Kohli-led team can beat England 3-2 to win the Test match series. Trailing the five-match Test series 1-2, India will take on England in the fourth Test, starting Thursday at The Rose Bowl, Southampton. "Not just players but the entire nation has its faith in Virat Kohli. India are excessively dependent on their skipper. We hope he continues to score runs in following Test matches as well and take his team to the series triumph," Sehwag said. For more sports news and updates: https://www.indiatvnews.com/sports

  • Exclusive | India's current bowling attack is one of the best at the moment: Virender Sehwag to IndiaTV

    Exclusive | India's current bowling attack is one of the best at the moment: Virender Sehwag to IndiaTV

    August 25, 2018 21:29 IST

    The former opener lauded the Indian bowling attack, stating that they're 'one of the best' at the moment and feels that they are not given the credits like the batsmen. On the show 'Cricket Ki Baat', Sehwag spoke about India's chances in the 4th Test and who are the players that can make an impact at Southampton.

  • No one better than Virat Kohli at the moment in all three formats: Virender Sehwag to IndiaTV

    No one better than Virat Kohli at the moment in all three formats: Virender Sehwag to IndiaTV

    August 24, 2018 20:37 IST

    Even international players, when I talk to them in the IPL, they talk about Kohli and want to know what makes him so successful: Sehwag

  • 4th Test is a do or die match for Team India: Virender Sehwag to IndiaTV

    4th Test is a do or die match for Team India: Virender Sehwag to IndiaTV

    August 23, 2018 20:22 IST

    Former Team India opener and IndiaTV's cricket expert Virender Sehwag believes that the 4th Test at Southampton will be a 'do or die' match for the Virat Kohli-led Indian cricket team. "India will have to win the 4th Test if they want to clinch the series. It will be a do or die clash for them. If they fail to win, hopes of winning the series will surely end and at the most they can draw the series," Sehwag to IndiaTV. For more sports news and updates: https://www.indiatvnews.com/sports

  • Exclusive | Team India players showed grit and spirit in 3rd Test against England: Sehwag

    Exclusive | Team India players showed grit and spirit in 3rd Test against England: Sehwag

    August 22, 2018 20:30 IST

    Former Team India opener and IndiaTV's expert cricket analyst Virender Sehwag lauded Team India's grit and spirit and the ability to fightback to win the 3rd Test against England at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. The former explosive batsman praised Kohli, saying 'he is a player who leads from the front'.

  • Exclusive | Sehwag lauds Team India's gritty performance after emphatic win at Nottingham

    Exclusive | Sehwag lauds Team India's gritty performance after emphatic win at Nottingham

    August 22, 2018 18:35 IST

    Former Team India opener and IndiaTV's expert cricket analyst Virender Sehwag is all praise for the visitors as India (329, 352/7d) defeated England (161,317) by 203 runs to win the 3rd Test on Day 5. The Virat Kohli led Team India won a Test match in Nottingham after 11 years and Sehwag believes that this win can be a big boost for India in the remaining two matches as they keep hopes of a series win alive.

  • India vs England: Virender Sehwag lauds Team India's comeback in Nottingham Test

    India vs England: Virender Sehwag lauds Team India's comeback in Nottingham Test

    August 21, 2018 20:14 IST

    Former India opener and IndiaTV Cricket Expert Virender Sehwag on Tuesday praised the Indian team for making a brilliant comeback against England in the third Test in Nottingham. Speaking on IndiaTV's "Cricket Ki Baat" show, Sehwag said due credit should be given to Virat Kohli and his men for putting up a great display at Trent Bridge after losing the first two Tests of the five-match series.

  • India vs England: Hardik Pandya's five-for helped India dictate terms at Trent Bridge, says Sehwag

    India vs England: Hardik Pandya's five-for helped India dictate terms at Trent Bridge, says Sehwag

    August 20, 2018 20:35 IST

    Former India opener and IndiaTV Cricket Expert Virender Sehwag on Monday praised Hardik Pandya after the all-rounder picked up his maiden five-for to break England's back in the first innings of the ongoing third Test match at Trent Bridge. In a brilliant display of fast bowling, Pandya took five wickets for 28 runs in just 6 overs to restrict England to 161 in reply to India's first innings score of 329. Pandya's performance has put the Indian team on the brink of a big win against England, who are leading the five-Test series 2-0.

  • India vs England, 3rd Test: Virender Sehwag feels it's time for bowlers to win the match for India

    India vs England, 3rd Test: Virender Sehwag feels it's time for bowlers to win the match for India

    August 19, 2018 21:14 IST

    IndiaTV's expert cricket analyst Virender Sehwag has praised the Indian batmen's gutsy performance against England as the visitors posted 329 in the first innings. However, the former opener now believes that it's time for the bowlers to step up and win this match at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

  • If Virat Kohli departs early, India won’t survive Day 1: Virender Sehwag to IndiaTV

    If Virat Kohli departs early, India won’t survive Day 1: Virender Sehwag to IndiaTV

    August 18, 2018 20:15 IST

    Even though Indian openers showed signs of improvement before Chris Woakes' triple strike left the visitors struggling at 82 for three against England at lunch, former India opener and IndiaTV cricket expert Virender Sehwag strongly believes that all hopes will be on skipper Virat Kohli again. “If Virat Kohli departs early, India won’t survive Day 1," Sehwag told IndiaTV on the show 'Cricket Ki Baat'.

  • Exclusive | Indian batsmen's poor shot selection lead to defeats at Lord's: Sehwag to IndiaTV

    Exclusive | Indian batsmen's poor shot selection lead to defeats at Lord's: Sehwag to IndiaTV

    August 15, 2018 20:17 IST

    With criticism coming in for No.1-ranked Indian Test team from England legends like Geoffrey Boycott and Nasser Hussain, former India opener and IndiaTV cricket expert Virender Sehwag has blamed batmen’s poor shot selection for comprehensive defeats in the first two matches of the five-Test series. “It's right to say that they played like immature cricketers. I feel, they would have prepared well for the tour but failed in the implementation. Indian batsmen's poor shot selection led to defeats at Edgbaston and Lord's,” Sehwag told IndiaTV during the show Cricket Ki Baat.

  • India will be whitewashed by England if they fail to improve: Sourav Ganguly to IndiaTV

    India will be whitewashed by England if they fail to improve: Sourav Ganguly to IndiaTV

    August 14, 2018 19:42 IST

    As India continue to struggle in the ongoing five-match Test series in England, former India captain and IndiaTV cricket expert Sourav Ganguly has come down heavily on Virat Kohli and his men, saying that it will be a 5-0 affair in favour of the hosts if the visitors fail to improve their game. "If they continue to play like this, it'll be a 5-0 affair (in favour of the hosts)," Ganguly told IndiaTV on the show "Cricket Ki Baat", following India's embarrassing defeat against England at Lord's. For more sports news and updates: https://www.indiatvnews.com/sports

  • Exclusive | Sourav Ganguly says he won't be surprised if India drop Vijay after pair at Lord's

    Exclusive | Sourav Ganguly says he won't be surprised if India drop Vijay after pair at Lord's

    August 12, 2018 20:25 IST

    Former India captain and IndiaTV cricket expert Sourav Ganguly said on 'Cricket ki Baat' that the body language of Vijay suggested that he had succumbed to the pressure of playing Anderson in swinging conditions.

  • Exclusive | Sourav Ganguly asks Indian batsmen to focus on their defensive skills to tackle swing

    Exclusive | Sourav Ganguly asks Indian batsmen to focus on their defensive skills to tackle swing

    August 11, 2018 20:16 IST

    Former India captain and IndiaTV cricket expert Sourav Ganguly said on 'Cricket ki Baat' that India can't afford to risk England's lead getting bigger than 100 in order to have any chance at coming back into the Lord's Test.

  • Exclusive | Difficult for India to make a comeback in Lord's Test, says Virender Sehwag

    Exclusive | Difficult for India to make a comeback in Lord's Test, says Virender Sehwag

    August 10, 2018 21:11 IST

    The Indian batsmen have struggled so far against England bowlers in testing conditions at Lord's. India lost three wickets under nine overs after they were asked to bat by England captain Joe Root on day two of the second Test match. The first day of the match was washed out without a ball being bowled.

  • Lord's Test will be a bowlers' match, says Virender Sehwag after rain washes out morning session

    Lord's Test will be a bowlers' match, says Virender Sehwag after rain washes out morning session

    August 09, 2018 20:27 IST

    As the persistent rainfall in London washed out the first session of the opening day of the second Test between India and England, former India opener and IndiaTV cricket expert Virender Sehwag has claimed that the Lord's Test will be a "bowlers' Test match". For more sports news and updates: https://www.indiatvnews.com/sports

  • Ganguly, Sehwag feel Lord’s Test is India’s best chance to make comeback against England

    Ganguly, Sehwag feel Lord’s Test is India’s best chance to make comeback against England

    August 08, 2018 21:15 IST

    After India’s 31-run defeat to England in the first Test in Birmingham, former India batting greats and IndiaTV cricket experts Sourav Ganguly and Virender Sehwag believe that the second Test, starting Thursday at Lord’s, will be the best chance for the visitors to make a comeback in the five-match Test series. “The weather has improved in London. The playing conditions are perfect for cricket. India have the best chance to bounce back in the series at Lord's,” Ganguly told IndiaTV during the show ‘Cricket Ki Baat’. For more sports news and updates: https://www.indiatvnews.com/sports

  • Ganguly, Sehwag feel Lord’s Test is India’s best chance to make comeback against England

    Ganguly, Sehwag feel Lord’s Test is India’s best chance to make comeback against England

    August 08, 2018 20:26 IST

    After India’s 31-run defeat to England in the first Test in Birmingham, former India batting greats and IndiaTV cricket experts Sourav Ganguly and Virender Sehwag believe that the second Test, starting Thursday at Lord’s, will be the best chance for the visitors to make a comeback in the five-match Test series. “The weather has improved in London. The playing conditions are perfect for cricket. India have the best chance to bounce back in the series at Lord's,” Ganguly told IndiaTV during the show ‘Cricket Ki Baat’. For more sports news and updates: https://www.indiatvnews.com/sports

  • Exclusive | No chop and change, team needs bonding ahead of Lord's Test, says Virender Sehwag

    Exclusive | No chop and change, team needs bonding ahead of Lord's Test, says Virender Sehwag

    August 06, 2018 20:30 IST

    As Team India look to bounce back firmly against England following a narrow loss in the first Test at Birmingham, former India opener Virender Sehwag said the visitors need to stick with the same playing XI for the second Test match at Lord's starting from August 9. Sehwag warned against making changes to the line-up as he felt that it would eventually dent the confidence of the players.

  • Exclusive | Virat Kohli has won the first round against James Anderson, says Glenn McGrath

    Exclusive | Virat Kohli has won the first round against James Anderson, says Glenn McGrath

    August 06, 2018 19:27 IST

    Legendary Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath thinks that the ability to adapt to different conditions has made Virat Kohli a great player. In an exclusive chat with IndiaTV, the veteran who holds the record for the most Test wickets by a seamer in history shed light on a number of talking points of the ongoing Test series between India and England.

  • Virat Kohli becomes No 1 Test batsman depite India's defeat in Birmingham

    Virat Kohli becomes No 1 Test batsman depite India's defeat in Birmingham

    August 05, 2018 19:38 IST

    India skipper Virat Kohli has achieved another personal milestone by becoming the seventh batsman from the country and first since Sachin Tendulkar in June 2011, to top the ICC Test Batsmen Rankings. Kohli scored 149 and 51 in India’s 31-run defeat in Birmingham and has gone up by 31 points. With this, he ended Steve Smith’s 32-month reign as the top-ranked batsman and reached on the top of the Test rankings for the first time in his 67-Test career.

  • Team India has skill but lacks confidence: Sourav Ganguly to IndiaTV

    Team India has skill but lacks confidence: Sourav Ganguly to IndiaTV

    August 04, 2018 20:13 IST

    England pacer Ben Stokes claimed the precious wicket of Indian skipper Virat Kohli to shift the momentum of the first Test in his team's favour at Edgbaston, Birmingham, on Saturday. Even though Kohli scored impressive 149 and 51 runs in successive innings, he failed to propel his team to the victory and England took a 1-0 lead in the opening game of the five-Test series. Former India captain and IndiaTV cricket expert Sourav Ganguly believes that the current Indian team has skill but it lacks confidence.

  • 1st Test: Virat Kohli's heroics in vain as England beat India to take series lead

    1st Test: Virat Kohli's heroics in vain as England beat India to take series lead

    August 04, 2018 18:22 IST

    Despite scoring 149 and 51 runs in successive innings, captain Virat Kohli failed to propel India to the victory as England outdid the visitors by 31 runs at Edgbaston, Birmingham, to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match Test series on Saturday. Chasing 194 to win, India were all out for 162 on the fourth day of the opening Test. First-innings centurion Kohli again top-scored for India, the skipper making a valiant 51. For more sports news and updates: https://www.indiatvnews.com/sports