Cricket News sort by Bowlers

Over the last couple of decades, with Test pitches the world over getting more and more batsman-friendly, instances of bowlers claiming nine wickets in a Test innings has become very rare

The seventh edition of the Indian Premier League saw a number of bowlers stand up and deliver impressive performances.

For a team that had reached the semi-finals only once before, Kings XI Punjab featuring in the IPL 7 final was a big achievement in itself.

With the Lok Sabha Elections 2014 results being announced, the IPL 7 has taken a break of a couple of days.

The Indian cricket team had a disappointing series in South Africa, and one of the reasons for the same was the fact that their bowlers struggled in both the Tests

In a rather shocking development, India retained both Ishant Sharma and R. Vinay Kumar in spite of their exceedingly poor show in the series so far. One really wonders the logic behind the decision.

It’s not everybody that a bowler snaffles five wickets in one over of a match. The Plunket Shield match in Queenstown between Wellington and Otago was witness to some spectacular when Otago fast bowler Neil Wagner snared five wickets in one over against Wellington.

Pace bowler Zaheer Khan's triple-strike against England, which helped India salvage a dramatic tie in Bangalore, remains the only high point of the co-host's bowling as it prepares to face Ireland this weekend.