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ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2011
Sehwag's cruise mode leaves Bangladesh gasping
Virat Kohli makes a sparkling debut with a century; India's 370 for four is the highest total in a World Cup opener
Dhaka: Batting till the middle of the 48th over was the most satisfying aspect of his remarkable innings for Virender Sehwag. “I have never batted this long in a one-dayer. I knew if I stayed at the wicket, the runs would ...
ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2011
Hambantota all set for WC match
Co-host Sri Lanka to face-off against minnows Canada
Vettori & Co. seek ‘fresh start'
Kenya likely to play three spinners; Nathan McCullum may be rested
Cricket time again at the Kotla
Afridi looks to senior players
KARACHI: Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has urged his side's experienced players to shoulder the burden of responsibility at the World Cup after a disappointing defeat in its final warm-up match. The dashing batsman and leg-spinner ...
Lara is my role model: Darren
New Delhi: Being the first cousin of a legend like Brian Lara and younger brother of star all-rounder Dwayne Bravo, Darren Bravo knows that there is bound to be big expectations every time he steps out to bat. But Bravo, who recently ...
Tough to fill Hayden and Gilchrist's shoes: Watson
Ahmedabad: Hardly has a series featuring Australia gone by in the last three years without Shane Watson playing his part in a big way. Apart from Ricky Ponting and Brett Lee in the Australian team here, Watson is the most recognisable ...
We are now a well-organised squad: Grant Flower
Ahmedabad: Zimbabwe batting coach Grant Flower has said he doesn't agree with the ICC's decision to discard associate members from the 2015 World Cup. “I shouldn't say too much about it. But I don't agree with that decision. These ...
We have a good team: Richie Richardson
NEW DELHI: He left the shores of this country in tears the last time he played; it was a dark night when the West Indies gifted the World Cup cricket semifinal to Australia from a winning position at Mohali in March, 1996. Even a target ...
Bangladesh at a standstill
DHAKA: Bangladesh came to a virtual standstill on Saturday as thousands of fans enjoyed a carnival atmosphere inside and outside the stadium. Huge crowds, wearing national team shirts of green and red, jammed the streets leading to the ...
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