India vs South Africa 3rd T20: De Kock stars as South Africa end series as 1-1 draw

Quinton de Kock 79 not out India South Africa 3rd T20 Bangalore cricket

Quinton de Kock smashed six boundaries and five sixes during his career-best knock of 79 not out

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South Africa stand-in captain Quinton de Kock walloped a career-best 79 to lead his side to a comfortable nine-wicket win over India in Bangalore.

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India vs Australia 2nd T20: Maxwell’s breathtaking hundred seals series for Australia

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Glenn Maxwell is all smiles upon bringing up his third Twenty20 International hundred

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Glenn Maxwell walloped an unbeaten 113 off just 55 balls to lead Australia to an incredible seven-wicket win over India in the second Twenty20 International in Bangalore.

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India vs Afghanistan Only Test Day 2: India bowl Afghanistan out twice to win by biggest ever margin

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India and Afghanistan pose together with the trophy after India triumphed by an innings and 262 runs

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Afghanistan’s dream Test debut turned into a complete nightmare as they were skittled out twice on the second day in Bangalore as India bulldozed their way to a record-breaking innings and 262-run win.

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India vs Afghanistan Only Test Day 1: Dhawan, Vijay put India in control

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Shikhar Dhawan celebrates after scoring his seventh Test century

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Afghanistan endured a rough introduction to Test cricket as India openers Shikhar Dhawan and Murali Vijay tore their bowling attack apart en route to scoring 107 and 105 respectively on the opening day in Bangalore.

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Saha ruled out of historic Test against Afghanistan

Wriddhiman Saha ruled out Afghanistan Test match Dinesh Karthik replaces him India cricket

Wriddhiman Saha will need five to six weeks to recover from his thumb injury

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India wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik is set to make a Test comeback after more than eight years since his counterpart Wriddhiman Saha was ruled out of the historic Test match against Afghanistan with a thumb injury.

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