Cricket News sort by New Zealand

Veteran New Zealand opener Martin Guptill has said that the Kiwis will not get complacent going into the second ODI against India, as they look to clinch the series

Hosts New Zealand snapped their losing streak against India with a comprehensive four-wicket victory in the first ODI at Hamilton, chasing down a mammoth 348 for victory.

After a couple of below-par performances, Indian pace bowler Jasprit Bumrah returned to his best with a clinical bowling effort as India overpowered New Zealand at Mount Maunganui

India won their second Super Over in a row, at Wellington, as New Zealand again managed to lose a game from a relatively comfortable position. Having already

The next time New Zealand play a Super Over, they might as well give up before the ‘extra time’ gets underway. For the fourth time, starting with World Cup final last year,

Super Overs continued to haunt New Zealand as they went down to India in the third T20I at Hamilton to concede the five-match series. Needing 10 to win off the last two balls in the Super

Indian cricket superstars Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma joined legions of fans and mourners across the globe in paying tribute to late NBA legend Kobe Bryant,

India went 2-0 up in the five-match series with a clinical effort in the 2nd T20I at Auckland. Batting first, New Zealand only managed 132 for 5 on the board. In response

Blistering half-centuries from Shreyas Iyer (58 off 29) and KL Rahul (56 off 26 balls) aided India in chasing down a tough target of 204 with an over to spare, in the first T20I against New Zealand