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India can retain the World Cup
By Herschelle Gibbs
ALL SORTS OF records tumbled as Chris Gayle hit the first double century in a World Cup. He has been through a lean patch in the past year and his knock against Zimbabwe couldn’t have come at a better time or on a bigger stage. He and Marlon Samuels had a fantastic partnership (372) and it’s good to see him putting his hand up at such an important time in West Indies cricket. I think...
Having a ball.   
In Indian cricket, the contest between bat and ball has always been lopsided. Those who wield the willow reign supreme. This World Cup season, however, the situation seems to have changed, and pleasantly so. After keeping Pakistan and South Africa on a tight leash, which forced them to buckle under pressure, the Indian bowling attack has a different 'look' to it. In Perth, for instance,...
Amla, du Plessis help SA post 411/4   03 March, 2015
Canberra: Top order batsmen Hashim Amla (159) and Faf du Plessis (109) cracked centuries to help South Africa post 411/4, the highest total of the current World Cup, in 50 overs against Ireland in a Pool B game at the Manuka Oval here on Tuesday.After skipper AB de Villiers elected to bat, South Africa lost left-handed opener Quinton de Kock (1) early with the scoreboard reading 12/1 in 2.3...
Dalmiya elected prez; Srinivasan proves clout   03 March, 2015
Chennai: After a gap of over 10 years, Jagmohan Dalmiya made an uncontested comeback as full-time president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), even as former chief N. Srinivasan proved his hold by getting most of his men elected as office bearers at its 85th annual general meeting (AGM) here on Monday.Anurag Thakur, fielded by the rival Sharad Pawar faction, got elected as...
Amla, du Plessis hit tons in SA's run feast   03 March, 2015
Canberra: South Africa buried a hapless Ireland under a mountain of runs as Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis smashed centuries in Proteas' comprehensive 201 run win in a Pool B match of the cricket World Cup, here on Tuesday. Amla's attacking 128-ball 159 and du Plessis' 109 off as many balls powered South Africa to a mammoth 411 for four, the second highest score in the World Cup...
Strong bench key to South Africa's WC campaign   03 March, 2015
Kohli, Dhoni slide down in ODI rankings   02 March, 2015
India beats UAE, earns third WC win   28 February, 2015
NZ clinches thriller against Australia   28 February, 2015
South Africa elects to bat against Ireland   03 March, 2015
India bowls out UAE for 102   28 February, 2015
UAE wins toss, opts to bat against India   28 February, 2015
Dalmiya returns as BCCI president   02 March, 2015
Dalmiya elected president, Anurag secretary   02 March, 2015
Defeat to India spurred me: De Villiers   27 February, 2015
India looks to extend winning run   27 February, 2015
De Villiers powers Proteas to 257-run win   27 February, 2015
Boult destroys Australia batting lineup   28 February, 2015
'Sreesanth attacked with knife in jail'   27 February, 2015
Dilshan, Sangakkara power SL to 92-run win   26 February, 2015
Srinivasan apologises to SC for chairing meet   27 February, 2015
De Villiers powers Proteas to 408/5 against Windies   27 February, 2015
SL hammers Bangladesh, posts 332/1   26 February, 2015
Alonso leaves hospital 3 days after crash   26 February, 2015
Wilson, O'Brien seal Ireland's thrilling win   25 February, 2015
Anwar's ton propels UAE to 278/9   25 February, 2015
Struggling Younis denies retirement tweet   25 February, 2015
Shenwari inspires Afghanistan to first win   26 February, 2015
Rohit's double tons inspired me: Gayle   24 February, 2015
Qualifier postponed by a day due to rain   27 May, 2014
We will defend our title, tooth and nail   21 February, 2015
Kohli can break Sachin's record   21 February, 2015
Home advantage   21 February, 2015
Gayle hits first-ever WC double hundred   24 February, 2015
Shiv Kapur qualifies for US Open   27 May, 2014
Police arrest 15 bookies in Pakistan   23 February, 2015
We need to look in the mirror: Duminy   26 May, 2014
'Srinivasan should have refrained from being BCCI chief'   23 February, 2015
Moeen Ali stars in England's crushing win   23 February, 2015
Sleeping giant Gayle ready to fire: Holder   23 February, 2015
Sri Lanka scrapes past Afghanistan   22 February, 2015
Van Gaal has massive task: Scholes   22 May, 2014
'Never seen a coward captain like Misbah'   21 February, 2015
Smiles and laughter return to Windies   21 February, 2015
IPL snub to Pak players dented India's image: Afridi   24 May, 2014
Do or die time for Pakistan, says Misbah   21 February, 2015
Australia-Bangladesh match abandoned   21 February, 2015
India breaks jinx, crushes SA by 130 runs   22 February, 2015
McCullum stunned by 'bizarre' win   20 February, 2015
Phil Simmons set to be new WI coach   20 February, 2015
Southee, McCullum crush England   20 February, 2015
Russell stars in Windies thrashing of Pakistan   21 February, 2015
New Zealand beats England by 8 wickets   20 February, 2015
Zimbabwe beats UAE by four wickets   19 February, 2015
No rift between players, fielding coach: PCB   18 February, 2015
Leather needs shine   14 February, 2015
Great joy to drape National Flag: Big B   16 February, 2015
NZ struggles to win against Scotland   17 February, 2015
Yuvraj, Dinesh Karthik sold for big bucks   16 February, 2015
Pakistan's jinx against India continues   15 February, 2015
Australia gets off to dominating start   14 February, 2015
WC opener: NZ thrashes Sri Lanka   14 February, 2015
Ireland shocks Windies, eases to 4-wkt win   16 February, 2015
Australia smashes 342/9 against England   14 February, 2015
'We were nervous even after getting 331'   14 February, 2015
ISL has improved infrastructure: AIFF   12 February, 2015
India Cements shareholders will own CSK   12 February, 2015
Super sting   24 January, 2015
An honourable misconduct   19 January, 2015
Chucks and balances   19 January, 2015
Court of appeal   19 January, 2015
Straight drive   10 January, 2015
Give us our daily ball game!   03 January, 2015
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