Explosive Kolkata batsman Robin Uthappa feels cricket is going through a paradigm shift to a power game and any total on board now looks chaseable
In an Instagram post, the disgraced Australian opener said he took responsibility for his part in the ball-tampering in the third Test against South Africa last weekend
India spinner Harbhajan Singh criticised the ICC for letting off Australian opener Cameron Bancroft with only a fine of 75% of his match fee and not a ban, despite his role in the ball tampering scandal
Kusal Perera top scored with 61, Thisara Perera scored 58
Skipper Rohit Sharma produced an 89-run knock while Suresh Raina contributed 47 to India's innings
Tonight Rajasthan will face Bangalore at Sawai Mansingh Stadium and Hyderabad will lock horns with Kolkata at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium. 52 matches have been played till now and still, the fight for the play-off berth is very tough. This weekend will decide which teams other than Chennai and Hyderabad will move forward in the tournament.
On the super Sunday of Indian Premier League, Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai face Dinesh Karthik-led Kolkata, on the other hand, Punjab take on Rajasthan
Bangalore will fight to start their winning momentum in IPL and Punjab will enter the ground to continue their winning chain
The Australian skipper admitted having orchestrated ball tampering
India's batting order now looks sorted and the inexperienced bowling too is coming onto its own. If the captain can get his form back, then this new-look Indian team might well be unstoppable going ahead.
Usman Khawaja scored 75 runs to lead an Australia fightback on the third day of the second test against South Africa at St George's Park, but succumbed just before close of play after seeing the tourists cancel out a first innings deficit