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[Watch] Cameron Green Pulls Off A 'One-Handed' Stunner As Dayal Gets Raghuvanshi

Debashis Sarangi ∙ 21 Apr 2024

[Watch] Cameron Green Pulls Off A 'One-Handed' Stunner As Dayal Gets Raghuvanshi

The incident occurred during the sixth over of KKR's innings when KKR were trying to steady the ship following Narine's departure.

[Watch] No Party For Raghuvanshi As Mohsin Khan Gets Him With A Ripper

Debashis Sarangi ∙ 14 Apr 2024

[Watch] No Party For Raghuvanshi As Mohsin Khan Gets Him With A Ripper

Promising Indian batter Angkrish Raghuvanshi recorded a rare failure in Kolkata Knight Riders' ongoing IPL 2024 clash against Lucknow SuperGiants.

[Watch] Jadeja Hits The Bullseye; Ends Angkrish-Narine Partnership In A Heartbeat

Muskaan Bhatt ∙ 8 Apr 2024

[Watch] Jadeja Hits The Bullseye; Ends Angkrish-Narine Partnership In A Heartbeat

In the pulsating clash between Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at the historic Chepauk stadium, it was Ravindra Jadeja who stole the limelight with his mesmerizing over.

Angkrish Raghuvanshi's 'Manchester United' Exclusive Celebration After His Explosive Fifty

Sakshi Sharma ∙ 4 Apr 2024

Angkrish Raghuvanshi's 'Manchester United' Exclusive Celebration After His Explosive Fifty

Angkrish Raghuvanshi star batter revealed that he copied the famous Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford, he also added that he dedicated his knock to his KKR teammate Nitish Rana.

IPL 2024, DC vs KKR - Angkrish Raghuvansi,  An Impressive First Impression

Probuddha Bhattacharjee ∙ 3 Apr 2024

IPL 2024, DC vs KKR - Angkrish Raghuvansi, An Impressive First Impression

Angkrish Raghuvansi played the role of an aggressor in the top order for KKR against DC. Here is an analysis of his innings and the impression he left on cricket fans.

[Watch] Raghuvanshi Fails To Depict SKY's Upper Cut; Nortje Traps KKR Batter After 50

Arjun Bhalla ∙ 3 Apr 2024

[Watch] Raghuvanshi Fails To Depict SKY's Upper Cut; Nortje Traps KKR Batter After 50

As Delhi Capitals (DC) were thrashed Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) batters, Angkrish Raghuvanshi emerged as a find for the two-time champions on Wednesday at Vizag.

[Watch] Raghuvanshi Turns 'SKY' With Outrageous Reverse-Scoop To Stun DC

Anurag Dasgupta ∙ 3 Apr 2024

[Watch] Raghuvanshi Turns 'SKY' With Outrageous Reverse-Scoop To Stun DC

Despite some breath-taking shots from Narine, the highlight of the partnership was the outrageous reverse-scoop that reminded fans of Suryakumar Yadav.

U19 World Cup  | India record biggest win by runs in U19 history, defeat Uganda by 326 runs

Abhishek Singh ∙ 23 Jan 2022

U19 World Cup | India record biggest win by runs in U19 history, defeat Uganda by 326 runs

The Indian Under19 even after playing without its original captain and vice-captain in Yash Dhull and Shaik Rashid respectively, recorded its biggest victory by runs in history as it defeated minnows Uganda by whopping 326 runs in the last group stage clash of the Under19 World Cup in Tarouba, Trinidad, West Indies. The only thing that went in Uganda’s favour in the entire game was the toss, but after deciding to bowl first, they wouldn’t have thought about the beating that their bowlers would receive. Raj Angad Bawa and Angkrish Raghuvanshi lodged daddy hundred with the former scoring unbeaten 162, the second-highest individual score by an Indian batter, only 15 behind Ambati Rayudu’s 177 against England U19 in 2022. Raghuvanshi scored 144 off 120 balls. Courtesy of these big hundreds, India reached 405 in its 50 overs and thereby managed to score its second-highest total in U19 World Cup history, remaining 20 short of 425-3 it achieved against Scotland U19 at Dhaka in 2004. With the ball in hand, the Indian colts were on the mark as well and dismissed the African nation on a paltry score of 79 in only the 20th over, thereby registering a win by 326 runs, the biggest ever margin of victory in India’s U19 history. It is also the second-biggest victory margin in the entire world after Australia U19’s 430 runs win over Kenya U19 in 2002. For India, stand-in skipper Nishant Sindhu picked four wickets with his right arm medium-fast. In the other three games of the day, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan registered comprehensive victories against United Arab Emirates, Papua New Guinea and Zimbabwe respectively to march to the quarterfinals. With the last day of the league stage over, the quarterfinal lineup has also been decided. In the quarterfinal, it would be a repeat of the 2020 World Cup final when India would face Bangladesh in the last quarterfinal of the Super League. In the other three Super League quarterfinals, South Africa would take on England while Pakistan would face Australia. In another, all Asia affair, Sri Lanka which haven’t dropped a point till now will take on Afghanistan.

U19 World Cup | India reach quarterfinals, Australia register big win over Scotland

Abhishek Singh ∙ 20 Jan 2022

U19 World Cup | India reach quarterfinals, Australia register big win over Scotland

India Under-19 team registered a convincing victory even after not playing with their two regular players in captain Yash Dhull and vice-captain Shaik Rasheed. The Indian team defeated Ireland by a huge margin of 174 runs to confirm their berth in the quarter-finals of the tournament. In another game, Australia also defeated minnows Scotland comprehensively to get their net run rate up and stay in the fight to march to the quarterfinals in the group death. Australia have won two of their games, but lost to Sri Lanka which is yet to play West Indies. Harnoor Angkrish shine in India win India were dealt a huge blow just ahead of the start of their Group B fixtures against Ireland as six of their players including the captain and the vice-captain returned positive results in the Rapid Antigen Tests for Covid-19. The management was barely able to field the playing xi. But after all that jitters faded and once the match began the Indian team showed how it is leaps and bounds ahead of its Irish opponents. With the help of Harnoor Singh’s 88, Angkrish Raghuvanshi’s 79 at the top and Rajvardhan Hangargekar’s quickfire 39*, the boys in blue were able to reach 307-5. Then, while bowling, there was no room given whatsoever for Ireland players to free their arms and the whole team was bowled out for 133 in the 39th over. Teague Wyllie guides Aussies home In another match, the Scottish batters did give a better account of themselves as opposed to their showing against West Indies in the previous game. In this game, they reached 236-8 in 50 overs, giving a respectable target of 237 for Australia to chase. Tomas Mackintosh and Charlie Tear hit respective fifties for the Scotts while William Salzmann and Aidan Cahill picked two wickets each for Australia. The Australian batters knew that they had to chase down the target in as little time as possible to get their net run rate up. Keeping that in mind, the top three Aussie batters showed class with Wyllie going on to register his maiden century in the tournament. He made unbeaten 101 to chase down the target in only the 40th over. This took Australia’s net run rate ahead but not ahead of Sri Lanka, so in case there is a close encounter between West Indies and the islanders, and the hosts managed to win it, the Aussies might still not qualify for the quarterfinals. So Australia will be hoping that whoever wins that game wins it by a big margin.

Ostwal, Raghuvanshi help India lift Asia Cup U-19 trophy after comprehensive win over Sri Lanka

Abhishek Singh ∙ 31 Dec 2021

Ostwal, Raghuvanshi help India lift Asia Cup U-19 trophy after comprehensive win over Sri Lanka

India won its record seventh title in the Asia Under-19 competition as it defeated Sri Lanka by nine wickets in the final of the 2021 edition of the competition held at Dubai International Cricket Stadium in UAE. India outplayed its opposition on all flanks in the rain-marred game. The only thing that went in Sri Lanka’s favour in the entire match was the toss. After winning the toss, the islanders decided to bat first even as there was a forecast for rain. After that nothing was in favour of the Sri Lankan side that defeated a strong Pakistani team in the semi-final a day earlier. Courtesy of some brilliant bowling from the Indian clots who were led by left-arm spinner from Maharashtra Vicky Ostwal, the Sri Lankan team was reduced to 57-7 in the 27th over. A partnership did develop, but rain interrupted with the Sri Lankan score at 74-7 in the 33rd over. When the match began again after a two-hour halt, it was reduced to 38 overs a side and the Lankans were given the last five overs as powerplay. However, they could only manage to add 32 more runs to their tally and ended their innings at 106-9. While Yasiru Rodrigo top-scored for Sri Lanka with an unbeaten 19, Otswal picked three wickets for India. With the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method at play, India were asked to chase down 102 in 32 o ers. With a fifty from Angkrish Raghuvanshi (56*) and SK Rasheed’s unbeaten 31, the Indian colts chased down the total in only the 22nd over.