While most batsmen lose their wicket after reaching 200 in a quest to up the run-rate, there have been some who remained not-out, yet couldn’t reach the elusive 300 run mark.
There have been a plethora of cricketers who looked like a juggernaut in home conditions, but as soon as they step out overseas, they look like a fish out of water.
These five batsmen made their presence felt and are equally good in all three formats
There were a lot of expectations on these players but they failed to live up to it.
Indian to lead our XI.
From Asghar Afghan, Finch to Kohli, Babar, here we rate captains ahead of T20 WC 2020.
There are certain names that do get in, do well, and then disappear from the scene, never to be talked about again.
There may be a few Indian players who might be considering to retire from one format. Here are five such players.
Virat Kohli to lead the XI; KL Rahul to keep wickets.
With India sealing the series 2-1, here is a look at the combined XI from the T20I series.