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Marnus Labuschagne is a South African-born Australian cricketer who made his debut for Queensland during the 2014–15 Sheffield Shield season. He also plays for the Brisbane Heat. He made his Test debut for the Australian national team in October 2018.
Glamorgan Cricket on Wednesday announced the signing of Ireland Test captain Andy Balbirnie as an overseas player for the start of the 2021 County Championship.
Fast bowler S Sreesanth wasn't shortlisted by any of the eight India Premier League (IPL) franchise for the upcoming Player Auction.
India pacer T Natarajan got his head tonsured and shared a picture of himself standing in front of a temple with his hands folded as a sense of respect for the almighty.
Pacer T Natarajan on Sunday said that being a left-arm pacer works as an advantage for him as currently there are not many bowlers with that angle playing for the senior side.
After winning the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, most of the Indian stars landed in the country on Thursday and every star continues to be welcomed with open arms. Pacer T Natarajan was no exception and he received a hero's welcome at his native village in Salem.
Rishabh Pant saw a huge spike in his ICC Test Rankings after his heroics at Gabba yesterday. Chasing 328, ...
As India won the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia 2-1 on Tuesday, pacer T Natarajan said that playing Test cricket for the country was always his dream.
Australia was in a dominating position after Marnus Labuschagne hit his fifth Test century and spinner Washington Sundar feels T Natarajan brought India back in the game with his two wickets in the final session of the opening day of the fourth Test.
Australia batsman Marnus Labuschagne is a little bit disappointed that he could not continue his knock after scoring a ton against India in the fourth Test at The Gabba on Friday.
Debutant T Natarajan picked the crucial wickets of centurion Marnus Labuschagne and Matthew Wade to keep the visitors in the game after Labuschagne roared back to form and took advantage of the inexperience of the Indian bowling attack to register his fifth Test century on the opening day of the fourth Test at The Gabba on Friday.