Cricket News sort by Mohammad Azharuddin

Australia visited India in 1998 amid much hope of clinching a series win that had eluded them for quite a few years. Their confidence stemmed from the fact that they a world-class batting outfit, and a competitive bowling unit led by Shane Warne.

Following India’s hard-fought win at Mohali, M S Dhoni surpassed Sourav Ganguly to become the second most successful one-day captain in the history of Indian cricket. Dhoni registered his 77th victory in his 134 match as captain.

Apart from being a mesmerising venue, Eden Gardens has also provided some memorable wins for India over the years, none more remarkable than the turnaround against the Aussies in 2001.

Leading the Indian cricket team is one of toughest jobs in the sport. And not surprisingly, the individual performances of most captains begin to suffer as they take on the tedious task.

Following a court verdict, which ruled the life ban against former India skipper Mohammad Azharuddin as illegal, Azhar’s long-drawn battled against the BCCI is finally over.

Former India Skipper Mohammad Azharuddin has found relief after 11 years as the Andhra Pradesh High Court declared that the life ban imposed by the BCCI on him was illegal.

During the second day of the Galle Test against Pakistan, Kumar Sangakkara remained unbeaten on 199 as Sri Lanka were bowled out. Sangakkara played an awesome knock, which took Lanka to 472 and put them in command in the Test.

Match Highlights of Pakistan Vs England, Third Day’s Play, Third Test at Dubai, Jazz Cup 2012

Former India cricket captain Mohammad Azharuddin on Friday strongly objected to ex-England skipper Nasser Hussain's comparison of Indian cricketers to 'donkeys', saying that the Englishman must apologise to the team and the players for his comment.