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Rampaul’s ‘perfect ball at the perfect time’

“It was the perfect ball at the perfect time.” That’s how Ravi Rampaul, the West Indies seamer, described his delivery that got rid of Sachin Tendulkar in the first over in Chennai. Rampaul, in his first World Cup match, went …

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Zaheer strike turned match – Dhoni

MS Dhoni, the India captain, identified Zaheer Khan's dismissal of Devon Smith in the first over of his second spell as the turning point of the match at

Mendis included as Sri Lanka bat

Toss Sri Lanka chose to bat v New Zealand The Mumbai crowds will be treated to an early look at Sri Lanka's powerful top order after Kumar Sangakkara won

Dockrell suffers shoulder injury

Ireland's gifted 18-year-old left-arm spinner, George Dockrell, has dislocated his shoulder during the World Cup match against the Netherlands at Eden Gardens on Friday. Dockrell has been one

Ashwin patiently waits in the wings

An hour or so after landing in Chennai, a local friend blessed with the wickedest of humour sent a test message greeting. It read, "Welcome to the land

ten Doeschate, Borren power Netherlands to 306

50 overs Netherlands 306 (ten Doeschate 106, Borren 84, Stirling 2-51) v Ireland Ryan ten Doeschate's second century of the World Cup set the platform for Netherlands to reach

Gibson envies England resilience

England's World Cup campaign has provided enough thrills for even the most ardent adrenaline junkie, and though they lurched from terrific to terrible once again, they soaked up

Shahzad ruled out with hamstring injury

With England having kept their World Cup hopes alive after their 18-run victory against West Indies they need to decide on a replacement for Ajmal Shahzad who has

Bangladesh face uphill task after England win

England's tremendous comeback against West Indies gave them an 18-run victory in their must-win encounter in Chennai. With that victory, they have given themselves every chance of qualifying

Sangakkara keeps faith in inconsistent middle order

Kumar Sangakkara is not yet sweating over an inconsistent Sri Lankan middle order. Even a dependable batsman like Mahela Jayawardene has stuttered in the World Cup, logging just

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