Latest Cricket News Updates http://cricwaves.appspot.com Latest news from cricwaves.appspot.com (c)cricwaves.appspot.com en-gb Sun 31 May 2020 India vs South Africa 2nd Test: Mayank Agarwal credits A tour for Test success http://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/nKov1eAUTP_drh-sevawcirc/india-vs-south-africa-2nd-test-mayank-agarwal-credits-a-tour-for-test-success.html Indian batsmen continued their domination over South African bowlers on Day 1 of the second Test at Pune on Thursday. Opener Mayank Agarwal hit his second hundred Jamaica Test Day 2: Bumrah hat-trick, Vihari ton as India dominate http://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/7GPCicwuIf_drh-sevawcirc/jamaica-test-day-2-bumrah-hat-trick-vihari-ton-as-india-dominate.html Jasprit Bumrah, on Saturday, became only the third Indian after Harbhajan Singh and Irfan Pathan to claim a hat-trick in Test cricket. Angelo Mathews pleased with return to form with ton http://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/4F23mK6X96_drh-sevawcirc/angelo-mathews-pleased-with-return-to-form-with-ton.html Sri Lanka's experienced all-rounder Angelo Mathews was pleased that his poor run of scores ended at Delhi as he scored his first century in over two years. Spotlight: Guptill needs to score big against stronger sides http://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/Uo6DP5ET5Z_drh-sevawcirc/spotlight-guptill-needs-to-score-big-against-stronger-sides.html Usually, when a player pitches in with a match-winning performance, he gets plenty of praise. New Zealand opener Martin Guptill deserves the same for he batted beautifully against Sri Lanka at Dunedin to set up the easy victory for the Kiwis. Ind Vs SA 3rd Test: Tendulkar reaches 51st test century with a six http://cricwaves.appspot.com/cricket/news/articles/62060360sevawcirc/ind-vs-sa-3rd-test-tendulkar-reaches-51st-test-century-with-a-six.html Ind Vs SA 3rd Test: Sachin Tendulkar reached his 51st test century on Tuesday with a top-edged hook for six on the third day of the third and deciding test between India and South Africa.