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Battle Resumes for the Arch-Rivals

Posted by Kiran Narendran
on September 25th, 2009

Shahid Afridi, the Pakistan captain has started the verbal-battle by saying that Sachin Tendulkar is not as threatening as he was in 2003. In that match, Sachin single-handedly demolished the Pakistan attack that included Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis and Shoaib Akthar. India- Pak matches has always been real feasts for the spectators due to the hype [...]

Extra-time or Sudden-death?

Posted by Kiran Narendran
on September 24th, 2009

ODI cricket has reached a critical juncture now and the success or failure of Champions Trophy 2009 will determine its future. The cricketing world is abuzz about ‘Saving ODI’ Cricket or scrapping it off. Plenty of attractive ideas have been invoked by several former and current players including the likes of Sachin Tendulkar. This edition [...]

Tendulkar puts Youngsters to Shame

Posted by Susan Rony
on September 15th, 2009

When Sachin Tendulkar bats like he did at the final match of the Compaq Cup, you can only sit back and enjoy it. The few who might have doubts that Tendulkar was beginning to rust would have to look the other way. The master blaster showed yesterday that he has absolutely no rust and no [...]

Master Proves His Class Yet Again

Posted by cricky
on September 15th, 2009

Sachin Tendulkar has scored 9 ODI centuries and scored 7 times above 90 in the last 2 years. He is going strong as he gets older like a superior wine and his performance in the crunch matches has been quite exemplary. Sri Lanka didn’t had any clue of how to tame the master blaster when [...]

Too Much of Cricket Will Spoil the Game

Posted by cricky
on September 8th, 2009

There have been a lot of heated discussions prevailing in the cricketing world to ‘control’ the game. What does this ‘control’ imply? Is this to control the T20 matches to make the traditional versions alive or to truncate the Test matches and the ODI matches to increase the gush of money to cricket? ICC, at [...]

BCCI Flex Muscles Yet Again

Posted by cricky
on August 31st, 2009

In what is said to be a controversial revelation, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) chief Julian Hunte has told reporters that India, the financial super power of cricket has dismissed the proposal by ICC to setup a World Test Championship around the four year cycle. Being a full-time ICC member, Hunte’s disclosure will wallop [...]

Back to the ODI carnival

Posted by cricky
on August 27th, 2009

After some heart-stopping T20 matches and quality test matches, cricket is back to its foremost shorter-version to take the spectators by storm- The Champions Trophy 2009.Following the draggy World Cup at the Caribbean, the cricketing world would be keen to see how this event performs, as there are lot of expert opinion to cut back [...]

Another Exhilarating Series of Ultimate Cricket

Posted by Kiran Narendran
on August 25th, 2009

It was more than a life-saver for the test cricket. More than 60 days of grueling series, Ashes 2009 lived up to the hype that loomed much before the start of the series. There would be significant changes in both teams, when they face-off in the next Ashes in 2013. The Englishmen, who‘ve tasted success [...]

A Day of Below-par Bowling and Absurd Batting

Posted by cricky
on August 21st, 2009

The first day of the final test matched promised a lot but delivered little, despite some mesmerizing fast bowling and solid batting performances. Once again, the English middle-order ruined the momentum setup by the top-order, ended the day at 307/8. The pitch was not as fast as Ponting expected; however, the ball was coming on [...]

All Set for the Final Battle

Posted by cricky
on August 17th, 2009

Australia and England go into the final test of an ashes series with one victory each. ‘The Oval’ will decide the ‘urn-holder’ on August 24th. England went into the last test with a 2-1 lead; however, Australia hold a slight edge this time as a draw can help them to retain the Ashes  as they [...]

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