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Indian captain Virat Kohli notched up his fifth Test double ton against Sri Lanka on the third day's play of the second Test at Nagpur. Kohli made 213 off 267 ball

Afghanistan getting Test status, the gentleman’s game has been hogging the limelight in the war-torn country. And the latest cricketer to make the world sit up and take note is wicketkeeper

After sharing honours with Australia on Saturday, India raced ahead of the visitors on day four at Ranchi, thus leaving the Aussies precariously placed. Cheteshwar Pujara carried on the great work

India continued their domination with the bat on day two of the Hyderabad Test at Uppal. Resuming at 111, Indian captain Virat Kohli went on to record fourth double hundred in as many series.

How does one look back at Rohit Sharma's international career thus far --underachiever? record breaker? sensational talent? Perhaps, a mix of all the above and more. And, now that he has broken the record

Australian Ben Dunk scored an unbeaten 229 not out off 157 balls for Tasmania against Queensland, which is a record in Australian first class cricket.

Virender Sehwag became only the second batsman in one-day international history to score a double-century in an innings.

Ian Bell's marathon innings finally came to an end when he was dismissed by part time spinner Suresh Raina for 235 on day three of the fourth and final Test between England and India at the Oval on Saturday.

ODI double century(200): Iconic Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar's record-breaking ODI double century has found a place in the Times magazine's top 10 sports moments of the year.