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IPL teaches what it takes to be a top cricketer: Buttler

IPL teaches what it takes to be a top cricketer: Buttler

England batsman says experience - playing in Indian conditions, in front of big crowds, under pressure - has helped him immensely read more

Kohli a great captain who leads by example, says Rahul

India opener says tough competition for top two slots pushes him to work harder read more

“Competition keeps us going”

KL Rahul: Virat is always looking to take the team along with him … good to have both read more

Series on the line, England scramble for first win against confident India

Kohli’s men hope to iron out opening woes while visitors will look to seize their chances read more

Mix it up, hope he gets out – Ball on dealing with Kohli

England paceman admits that visitors have still not figured the Indian captain out, stresses on the need to remain calm under pressure

With focus on Kohli, Jadhav puts his tennis-ball lessons to good use

I always take every pressure and every hurdle as an opportunity to succeed and to get closer to my aim, says India’s Pune ODI hero

“Focus was on Virat, not me”

Kedar Jadhav: At 63/4, the fielders are in catching positions and not guarding boundaries, so you can play your shots

Virat Kohli unplugged: Thriving in the chase and carrying India’s legacy

India’s captain and talisman opens up like never before on his technique, mindset, Tendulkar’s words and deeds and much else

No target too high in the Virat Kohli era

PRINT RUN: Jadhav’s day under lights, the running of the BCCI, a tell-all book by Shirke, and a bounty for Gujarat’s title-winning players

“Kedar and I had a gut feel”

Virat Kohli: Number of games doesn’t matter, it’s how you use your brain in a tough situation in the middle

If you focus on team, you end up doing the unbelievable: Kohli

Captain effusive in praise for fellow centurion Kedar Jadhav, says keeping things simple the key to pulling off seemingly impossible feats

Kohli, Jadhav tons make it 1-0

Hardik Pandya does well with ball and bat as England go down by three wickets despite scoring 350/7

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