Cricket News sort by Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

April 2, 2011 is a red-letter in Indian cricket. On this day, India recaptured the World Cup of cricket after 28 long years. In a fairy-tale finish, hosts India got the better of Sri Lanka by six wickets at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

Sachin Tendulkar was all praise for number three batsman Cheteshwar Pujara and pace bowler Umesh Yadav for the manner in which they performed

Following India’s embarrassing 333-run defeat to Australia inside three days in the first Test at Pune, Sachin Tendulkar came out with a message of support for the team.

Sachin Tendulkar never showed too much emotion on the cricket field. But, the retirement speech of Anil Kumble, with whom he played for almost two decades left misty eyed as well. Kumble retired,

India will take on England in the fifth and final Test of the series starting Friday at Chennai. The MA Chidambaram stadium has been witness to some classic moments over the years. CricWaves relives five of them

During his sensational 24-year international career, Sachin Tendulkar took on the best bowlers in the world across the globe, and came up trumps against most

From James Anderson’s king pair at Vizag to the Kanpur train tragedy, here’s what cricketers have been sharing on Twitter

On November 15, 1989, a 16-year-old named Sachin Tendulkar made his Test debut against Pakistan in Karachi. Here’s a look back at Tendulkar’s performance in the Test, and how the Test panned out

When England skipper Alastair Cook reached the three-figure mark on day five at Rajkot, he went past Sir Don Bradman among the list of batsmen with most ten hundreds, making him the latest to join the 30 Test hundreds club. Here’s a look at batsmen with 30 or more Test tons