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Monday, December 20, 2004
Ashraful slams century
CHITTAGONG, DEC. 19. Mohammad Ashraful's build belies his strength. At 5'4" and frail, he could pass off for a schoolboy. He was one when he made history on debut in September, 2001 by becoming the youngest batsman to score a Test century. It was ...
Hazare laid to rest
VADODARA, DEC. 19. Legendary cricketer Vijay Hazare, who died on Saturday after a prolonged illness, was laid to rest in the Methodist Church premises here on Sunday. His former team-mates Chandu Borde and D. K. Gaekwad, selection committee ...
Emphatic win for Australia
PERTH, DEC. 19.Glenn McGrath obliterated Pakistan's batting line-up on Sunday, taking a career-best eight for 24 as Australia scored a crushing 491-run win in the first cricket Test. Pakistan was all out for 72 when Test rookie Mohammad Khalil ...
England still in control
PORT ELIZABETH, DEC. 19.For all South Africa's magnificent comeback England still keeps control of the first Test even though a titanic struggle continued throughout the third day. Tomorrow it will expect success from the slow left arm spin of ...
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