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Australia’s Finch sets Surrey record with T20 ton

Finch then made Sussex, coached by former Australia fast bowler Jason Gillespie, pay with a blistering 79-ball innings including 10 fours and seven sixes as visitors Surrey piled up 192 for three.

India can build on T20 success, Pandya says

Hardik Pandya said that India's victory over England could be a precursor of better things to come in future matches.

Sharma hits 100 as India edge England in T20 finale

Sharma became only the second Indian to pass 2,000 runs in this format as India chased down their target of 199 with eight balls and seven wickets to spare.

Superb Zaman blasts Pakistan to tri-series final win over Australia

Pakistan, who top the global rankings in Twenty20 cricket, won the game with four balls to spare to secure victory in the final of the series that also involved hosts Zimbabwe.

Cricket-India all out for 474 against debutants Afghanistan

Pandya, known for producing decisive performances with bat and ball for India, scored 71 off 94 balls to take the hosts past 400 after a disappointing show by the middle-order on the opening day.

Injured Anderson to have 6-week break ahead of India series

Anderson, who has taken 540 wickets in 138 Tests, will now miss Lancashire's next two County Championship matches against Worcestershire and Hampshire later this month.

England recall Jake Ball for Australia ODI series

Jake Ball will play against Australia in an upcoming ODI series.

Smith ‘cried for four days’ after ball-tampering scandal

Smith ‘cried for four days’ after ball-tampering scandal Smith and former test vice-captain David Warner were handed 12-month bans by Cricket Australia (CA) after admitting a plan to tamper the ball during the third test against South Africa in Cape Town.

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India match sells out after emotional plea by captain

India match sells out after emotional plea by captain By Afp Published: 08:37 EDT, 4 June 2018 | Updated: 08:37 EDT, 4 June 2018 Chhetri's heartfelt appeal went viral on social media, prompting fans to shell out for tickets India's football international against Kenya on Monday sold out in hours following captain Sunil Chhetri's emotional plea for fans to support the team after barely 2,500 people turned up to watch them play last week.

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