India has produced some of the greatest batsmen to have step foot on the cricket pitch, now let us take a look at the top 13 run-getters for the 'Men in Blue' in ODIs.
Let us take a look at the list of cricketers with the most number of ducks in T20I cricket.
India's swashbuckling opener Rohit Sharma was on Wednesday named the ICC's '2019 ODI Cricketer of the Year' for his incredible run of form through the year. Here are the other winners.
The Chahar brothers are in arms in the Carribean as our cartoonist Satish Acharya gets going...
Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan and Pakistan's Babar Azam are the other Asian batsmen to find a place in the chart. Here is the full list and their astonishing stats (Photos | Agencies)
Angelo Mathews' century went in vain as both Indian openers scored centuries to help India end the group stage with a win.
Rohit Sharma's century coupled with fifties from KL Rahul and Virat Kohli helped India post 336/5. Then an all-round bowling effort saw them home by 89 runs in a rain-curtailed encounter.
Shikhar Dhawan's century and fifties from Rohit and Kohli helped India post 352/5. That proved to be too much for Australia in the end.
After New Zealand lost the World Cup without 'losing' it, our cartoonist Satish Acharya imagines what the World Cup might have told skipper Kane Williamson
On a sluggish pitch, which offered considerable turn and odd bounce, Suryakumar Yadav batted in a copybook fashion scoring an unbeaten 71 off 54 balls with MI reaching the target of 132 in 18.3 overs.
From being a football fan to beating MSD in a meta-team contest, here are some interesting things to know about the big-hitting Indian vice captain as he celebrates his 32nd birthday.
While attempting to go for a big shot, Rohit was stumped for 56.
The Men In Blue overcame a disastrous start to earn a hard-fought 35-run win over New Zealand in the fifth ODI Sunday to finish the series with a 4-1 scoreline.
Rohit Sharma and Ambati Rayudu hit tons to set up India's 224-run win over West Indies in Monday's fourth one-day international in Mumbai.
A severely hamstrung Kedar Jadhav ran the most defining single of his short international career to lead the Men In Blue to a memorable triumph against the gritty neighbours.