BENGALURU: While every team in the Indian Premier League is studded with international stars, usually the uncapped players are the ones who lend balance to the side and eventually determine the success or debacle of a team in the long run. The New Indian looks at the three best innings played by the uncapped
BENGALURU: Thirty seven matches have been played in the Indian Premier League 2022, before Punjab Kings and Chennai Super Kings’ match on Monday. So far, the tournament has witnessed five centuries with only Rajasthan Royals’ Jos Buttler and Lucknow Super Giants’ KL Rahul managing to reach the triple-figure mark. 1) Jos Buttler (100 off 68
MUMBAI: Batting first after losing the toss, Bangalore got off to a shaky start as they lost opener Anuj Rawat and Virat Kohli in the first over to the pacer Dushmantha Chameera. Rawat was caught superbly by KL Rahul at mid-off, while Kohli was dismissed on the first ball as he tried to guide the
MUMBAI: Rajasthan Royals on Sunday survived the onslaught by Marcus Stoinis to pip Lucknow Super Giants by 3 runs in match 20 of the Indian Premier League 2022. Chasing 166, Lucknow needed 34 off the last 2 last over with just two wickets in hand but Stonis smoked two sixes off the pacer Prasidh Krishna
MUMBAI: Quinton de Kock on Thursday blasted a whirlwind 80 off just 52 balls to drive Lucknow Super Giants to six-wicket ictory against Delhi Capitals. After being asked to bat first, Delhi got off to a rollicking start as Prithvi Shaw went on the rampage. He pulled, cut and drove with supreme belligerence and cracked
Lucknow Super Giants (169-7) got the better of Sunrisers Hyderabad (157-9) by 12 runs on Monday in match 12 of the Indian Premier League.
MUMBAI: Lucknow Super Giants chased down 211 in 19.3 overs against Chennai Super Kings to register a six-wicket win in match 7 of the Indian Premier League. Here are the major highlights of the match: ‘Delightful’ Uthappa: Robin Uthappa looked in supremely imperious touch right from the word go as he smashed three boundaries off