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Added by YASH KHIMAWAT on July 31, 2009 at 12:59 —
IPL Like a do r Die Match, And what is you opnion about IPL, any suggesion plz mail me
Added by Selvam on July 30, 2009 at 11:30 —
hey friend what do you think
Added by talib on July 29, 2009 at 18:43 —
When Glenn McGrath called it a day and Brett Lee was struggling with his fitness- pundits and experts said it will be hard for a youngster to fill-in the shoes.
The opportunity was there – for a Hero to rise. Mitchell Johnson seized it and never looked like a rookie in his early days. He has been instrumental in Australia’s success in the recent past was tipped to be –once in a lifetime player.
Six months later, the transformation has come full circle. The same Australian… Continue
Added by Rohit Saxena on July 29, 2009 at 11:50 —
Being a Challenger is wat a KING is.....but being a "Royal Challenger" is wat an EMPEROR is.......
When we talk about Bangalore Royal Challengers , the EMPEROR here is none other than our very own "Vijay Mallya"
Added by Goks on July 25, 2009 at 18:16 —
Kevin Pietersen will miss playing for the next six weeks, and the remainder of the Ashes series, following surgery on his right Achilles tendon. England has lost a big player at a time when they bid to recapture 2005 Ashes glory.
The South African-born batsman is easily England’s best, most dangerous batsman, and for him to be out for the final three Tests is a little bit of luck in an otherwise unlucky series for the team from Down Under. Granted, it is unfortunate that England… Continue
Added by Nirvana Saxena on July 24, 2009 at 13:11 —
Actually no team knows the exact winnig formula of t20.It will take 2/3 more years to find it.
Added by Sujit kumar pradhan on July 22, 2009 at 12:16 —
Where the cricketing fraternity was abuzz with Indian team performing below their potential in the ICC World Twenty20 and then in the Carribean because of the fatigue they carried after IPL, overseas players who performed well in the IPL carried their form in the ICC World Twenty20 and the West Indies allrounder Dwayne Bravo became a vital cog for his team. The question of performing well in a tournament is because the “team” does well. We did not play well as a team in T20 world cup but tried… Continue
Added by Meenakshi Sharma on July 20, 2009 at 16:20 —
Added by Mrinalini Sharma on July 20, 2009 at 0:54 —
Flintoff’s retirement from Test cricket is a big loss for England. The 31-year-old announced his retirement from Test cricket on Wednesday, on the eve of the second Ashes Test at Lord's after aggravating the injury on his right knee, which was operated upon recently. He aggravated his knee injury while bowling in the first Test at Cardiff and is known to have taken some injections on Monday as a desperate measure to get fit for the second Test.
England should have needed to balance… Continue
Added by Rohit Saxena on July 18, 2009 at 10:14 —
Added by inderpal singh on July 16, 2009 at 16:00 —
It is disappointing to see how the world media is glorifying an unsportman like act- into the Great Escape at Cardiff in the first test for the Battle of Urn. All the hopes of revival of Test Cricket have gone for a toss after the Pommies resorted to some delaying tactics to stop the mighty Australians from taking lead in the series.
Andrew Strauss might go gaga over his lower order batsmen for surviving under immense pressure but one thing is undeniable the team from Down Under… Continue
Added by Nirvana Saxena on July 13, 2009 at 14:18 —
In my view IPL is more entertaning cricket than T20 Wrold cup. Thankx to IPL Management we want c IPL twice a year. We cant wait for one year. Mr.lalit Modi Jinda baad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Added by Shamshuddin Melani on July 9, 2009 at 17:00 —
Hi friends ! It was great to know that Sourav Ganguly is eyeing a role of a cricket administrator in the BCCI. It is heartening to see that the former Indian skipper is eager to take up new challenges having already made his debut as a cricket commentator during the ICC World Twenty20.
Dada will have to contest CAB-polls against former mentor Dalmiya and I am very hopeful that he will win this contest. If his leadership qualities are anything to go by then Indian cricket will be in… Continue
Added by Rohit Saxena on July 8, 2009 at 13:23 —
It is easy to attain success but difficult to sustain it in international cricket – like in life. Delhi Daredevils left-arm paceman Ashish Nehra was all but a forgotten hero but his perseverance, mental strength and belief in his own ability in the face of all odds saw him return to Team India and show that he truly belongs there.
Left-arm swing bowling is an art in itself. How often have you seen an artist making a comeback when every other day five new names prop up in the circuit?… Continue
Added by Meghna Sharma on July 6, 2009 at 13:30 —
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has made his critics eat their words by leading his team to 5th consecutive ODI series win in the West Indies. For all those who were baying for his blood after the early exit from the world Twenty20 championship can now take a bow.
The Jharkhand-lad has proven that he is an astute leader and someone who leads by example. His performances with the bat throughout the series showed that he took on the role of a senior pro in the absence of Sachin Tendulkar,… Continue
Added by Nirvana Saxena on July 6, 2009 at 13:16 —
We are all aware of the Duckworth-Lewis (D/L) method for calculating rain shortened ODI and T20 matches.
I see a serious flaw in it as there is no mention of wickets in the method. The target and the overs are shortened but the number of players playing remains the same. Thereby the players are less under pressure and could reveal a better performance. This way the team batting second is always with an added advantage over the first.
If due to any reason if the match is… Continue
Added by Huzefa Akhter on July 4, 2009 at 20:36 —
Form and fatigue haunted the Indian team in England and the same appears in their tour to West Indies. The players are looking to hit the ball right from the start and are failing to settle in the middle-overs.
The West Indies bowlers are bowling in their weak areas and the Indian batsmen seem to surrender it to their limitations instead of attempting to fight back and concentrate.
The 2 ODI between India and West Indies which India lost by eight wickets is a clear example… Continue
Added by Nirvana Saxena on July 2, 2009 at 19:00 —
Undoubtedly, it is going to be an amazing tournament that will see the best domestic sides around the world take on each other in the inaugural edition of Champions League.
Deccan Chargers scripted the most amazing comeback under the leadership of Adam Gilchrist and looked a rejuvenated side. Most importantly, the combination of Gilchrist and Lehmann can help Chargers continue their winning run in Champions League as well. Both have the best cricketing mind on-field and we have seen… Continue
Added by Rohit Saxena on July 1, 2009 at 17:37 —