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Indians exploited conditions better than us: Williamson
New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson said that his team did not have a mental block while facing Ravichandran Ashwin but crumbled under off-spinner's quality bowling during 0-3 Test series whitewash against India.

NZ were playing catch-up after conceding big lead: Taylor
New Zealand stand-in-skipper Ross Taylor said that his team was always playing the catch-up game after it fell over 100 runs behind in the first innings of the second Test, which India won by 178 runs.

India tours get harder as they go on: Nash
Former New Zealand pacer Dion Nash shares a special bond with India. Nash bagged his best Test figures in an innings --- 6 for 27 --- against India at Mohali in 1999.

Modern batsmen play spin more on the back foot: Rutherford
Ken Rutherford spoke about the technique to be employed for success on Indian wickets, Kane Williamson's leadership skills and more.

Anil Kumble has been very positive: Cheteshwar Pujara
"Kumble has been very positive about my performance for the Indian team. He has been very happy with the way I've been batting," said Cheteshwar Pujar.

After Antigua fiasco, Holder expects more from Windies top order
"It's always tough to play catch-up cricket. We never bowled well in the first innings. We had some good bowling partnerships but not for long sessions. Going forward, we definitely need to improve, to string together better bowling partnerships, bowl more maidens," said Jason Holder.

No added pressure on South Africa, says Duminy
Experienced South Africa all-rounder Jean Paul Duminy doesn't think there is any additional pressure on him and his team mates going into the ICC World Twenty20 Championships.

Ireland coach Bracewell banking on teamwork, Rankin
As an off-spinner, New Zealand's John Bracewell would not have turned too many heads in his heydays. But it is the 57-year-old's ability as a cricket coach that has left an impressive imprint on the sport.

Aggressive Virat Kohli good for game: Shahid Afridi
Pakistan failed to fire at the Asia Cup but skipper Shahid Afridi believes his side can make amends at the upcoming World T20. In a chat with TOI, Afridi spoke about his team's chances, the innings he played in the 2009 World T20 final at Lord's and more.

Mustafizur's IPL entry great sign for Bangla: Bashar
Former Bangladesh captain and current selector Habibul Bashar has seen the side find its footing on the international stage since it played its first Test match back in 2000.

Bumrah is a much-improved bowler: McGrath
McGrath, who is currently in Chennai to train the pacers at the MRF Pace Foundation, spoke about Australia's chances in the forth coming T20 World Cup.

Malinga taught me how to use yorkers: Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah wouldn't have made his India debut if Mohammed Shami stayed fit for the Australia series.

Indians can't use the old ball: Akhtar
Former Pakistan express bowler Shoaib Akhtar expressed fears on Wednesday that lack of on-field action between India and Pakistan may dilute the fierce cricketing rivalry between the two neighbours.

People assume I can't play T20s, ODIs: Pujara
Having played a major role in India's twin series victories against Sri Lanka and South Africa, Cheteshwar Pujara is now eyeing a Ranji Trophy title with Saurashtra and a place in the shorter formats too.

Skill should get you wickets: Harbhajan
Although cold-shouldered for the ODI series Down Under, Harbhajan Singh's inclusion in the T20 side for the three-match series gives the off-spinner a chance to stake a claim in the national squad for the World T20.

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