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Leaders stunned in Chennai

Started this discussion. Last reply by outreach1982 May 31, 2012. 1 Reply

Defending 114 looked a big task even for a quality bowling of Daredevils. Morkel bowled an excellent opening over up front. Daredevils required something from the big boy from South Africa to pull…Continue

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outreach1982 replied to Aditya's discussion Leaders stunned in Chennai
"delhi ultimate fate also was sealed by Chennai team. Sehwag surely needs to understand what his mistakes where. especially selection of team in two important matches"
May 31, 2012
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Kings XI post respectable 170

Mandeep, Kings XI's highest run-getter this season, had earlier continued his good form, adding powerful strokes to his solidity to take his side well over the 150-160 mark which Sangakkara said was a par score. Mandeep, with a career Twenty20 strike-rate of barely 120, batted a couple of gears higher today, his 75 coming off 48 deliveries. David Miller provided the late boost, hammering an unbeaten 28 off 18. Mandeep, who had been consistent this season without dominating, never looked back…See More
May 20, 2012
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Leaders stunned in Chennai

Defending 114 looked a big task even for a quality bowling of Daredevils. Morkel bowled an excellent opening over up front. Daredevils required something from the big boy from South Africa to pull off a win. Super Kings were ensuring a solid foundation up front rather flying start in pursuit of an easy target. Both young Indian bowlers worked up good pace which was good to see. Hussey cleared the inner circle quite a few times to get the advantage of field restrictions. Morkel proved to be…See More
May 12, 2012
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Left-arm spinners limit Warriors to par total

Warriors started off with changing their opening pair, young Panday got a chance up the order in place of Uthapa. New opening combination lasted just two balls, hero of the last game Ryder, missed a straight ball bowled through the gate. Irfan, for a change, got a wicket with the new ball which brought in captain Ganguly. Ganguly tried to get on after the first over. He attempted to lauch over off but only managed to slice one the throat of the third man for a simple catch. Daredevils were in…See More
Apr 24, 2012
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Ashwin and Kulasekara limit Royals to below par total despite Shah blitz

On slow and low wicket, Dravid straight away elected to bat. Dhoni changed his scheme of things from all rounders to fast bowlers as both Kulasekera and Bollinger get in the playing XI unlike earlier in the tournament. Both fast bowlers started steadily but Royal openers did not take long to get into the act. Kulasekera was first to get a bit of tab but Bravo got a resounding welcome by Rahane and Dravid, with two fours and a six. Early run flow temped Dhoni to go to Ashwin which payed off by…See More
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Kings XI post respectable 170

Posted on May 8, 2012 at 21:30 0 Comments

Mandeep, Kings XI's highest run-getter this season, had earlier continued his good form, adding powerful strokes to his solidity to take his side well over the 150-160 mark which Sangakkara said was a par score. Mandeep, with a career Twenty20 strike-rate of barely 120, batted a couple of gears higher today, his 75 coming off 48 deliveries. David Miller provided the late boost, hammering an unbeaten 28 off 18. Mandeep, who had been consistent this season without dominating,…

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Left-arm spinners limit Warriors to par total

Posted on April 24, 2012 at 17:30 0 Comments

Warriors started off with changing their opening pair, young Panday got a chance up the order in place of Uthapa. New opening combination lasted just two balls, hero of the last game Ryder, missed a straight ball bowled through the gate. Irfan, for a change, got a wicket with the new ball which brought in captain Ganguly. Ganguly tried to get on after the first over. He attempted to lauch over off but only managed to slice one the throat of the third man for a simple catch. Daredevils…

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Ashwin and Kulasekara limit Royals to below par total despite Shah blitz

Posted on April 21, 2012 at 17:46 0 Comments

On slow and low wicket, Dravid straight away elected to bat. Dhoni changed his scheme of things from all rounders to fast bowlers as both Kulasekera and Bollinger get in the playing XI unlike earlier in the tournament. Both fast bowlers started steadily but Royal openers did not take long to get into the act. Kulasekera was first to get a bit of tab but Bravo got a resounding welcome by Rahane and Dravid, with two fours and a six. Early run flow temped Dhoni to go to Ashwin which payed off…

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