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Shenwari:Happy to do my job

Samiullah Shenwari insisted he'd simply done his job after his superb 96 set up Afghanistan's first-ever World Cup success, a thrilling one-wicket victory over Scotland, in Dunedin, on Thursday....   | Read..

Maiden win

Samiullah Shenwari produced a brilliant rearguard action to guide Afghanistan to their first World Cup victory with a...   | Read..

Switch Hit

Calcutta: Steve Waugh's days of hammering England are long gone but the former captain could not resist a cheeky barb at the old enemy. Eoin Morgan's England team has made a wobbly start to the Wor......   | Read..

NZ have the edge: Bichel

Saturday will see one of the most eagerly-awaited matches of this World Cup, when the co-hosts face off at Eden Park, in Auckland....   | Read..

De Villiers: We're in a very good space

South Africa captain AB de Villiers has stressed that his team is in a "good space" and the disappointment against India in their last match came only because individuals couldn't perform......   | Read..

There's more to NZ team than Brendon, says Craig

Australia are seeking to downplay the importance of Brendon McCullum in the clash of the co-hosts on Saturday at Eden Park in Auckland, with fast bowling coach Craig McDermott saying they had four ......   | Read..

NZ's 'fearless' game makes Crowe proud

Martin Crowe has vowed not even life-threatening cancer will stop him from being among an expected capacity crowd at Auckland's Eden Park on Saturday to watch the Black Caps face Australia in an ea......   | Read..

Fletcher flies to Cape Town

Team India coach Duncan Fletcher on Thursday left for Cape Town following the death of his father-in-law and is set to miss the team's next World Cup game against UAE on Saturday....   | Read..

Injury scare for Southee

In-form New Zealand spearhead Tim Southee suffered a shoulder injury on Thursday, but the team management said he would be fit for Saturday's all-important World Cup game against Australia in Auckl......   | Read..

PCB may ask Moin to resign after Cup

Pakistan's under-fire chief selector Moin Khan is likely to be asked to resign when he meets with the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) this weekend....   | Read..

Holder plays down Gayle's injury

 Is Chris Gayle, the man who took the World Cup by storm with a double century, fit? Gayle didn't practice with the team on Thursday, on the eve of West Indies' crunch tie versus South Africa....   | Read..

Karthik piles on Maharashtra agony

Dinesh Karthik has seldom returned with disappointment from the Eden. Scoring his second century, here, this season, Karthik (113) laid the foundation for Tamil Nadu's smooth ride in the Ranji Trop......   | Read..

Bagan wary of Lajong

They have garnered points from each of their I-League matches this season and Mohun Bagan will go into their next game with confidence when they face hosts Lajong FC at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium......   | Read..

Lost our nerve: Wenger

 Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could hardly conceal his despair when he said his team lost their nerve, were not mentally sharp enough and got the result they deserved after losing 1-3 to AS M......   | Read..

Got our confidence back: Dilshan

Tillekaratne Dilshan and Kumar Sangakkara took it upon themselves to make Sri Lanka's presence felt in the ongoing World Cup, as they hammered unbeaten centuries to set up a comfortable 92-run win ......   | Read..

Regeneration of Christchurch

The young Japanese family, two adults and two children dressed in kimonos, placed a wreath, backed away from the plinth, and bowed slightly. They paused, reflecting silently for a moment on the man......   | Read..

'Afghans showed great character'

Sunil Gavaskar has found shades of former West Indian greats in the Afghanistan team. Speaking to a news channel, Gavaskar predicted a bright future for Afghanistan after their first ever World Cup......   | Read..

Mumbai face an uphill task

Shardul Thakur and Balwinder Singh Sandhu's fine bowling display injected more drama into the Ranji Trophy semi-final, which seems headed for an exciting finish with Mumbai needing 384 runs to deth......   | Read..

Battle of 'greats' on Sunday

Mumbai: The all-conquering horse, Be Safe, is on the threshold of making history. If he wins, the Indian turf Invitation Cup, here, on Sunday, the Holy Roman Emperor son will be the first four-year......   | Read..

Ramkumar bows out

Ramkumar Ramanathan failed to carry on with his good run, as he fell to Taipei's Ti Chen in the Emami Kolkata Open, here on Thursday....   | Read..

Escaped alive: Simeone

Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone said he was happy his team "escaped alive" in the tie after a hugely impressive Bayer Leverkusen beat last year's finalists 1-0 in Wednesday's Champion......   | Read..

Arsenal stare at early exit

Arsenal are in danger of an embarrassing exit from the Champions League after Monaco romped to a stunning 3-1 win in the last 16 first leg at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday....   | Read..

6 hurt as ecstatic Afghans celebrate

 Ecstatic Afghans danced in the streets and fired rifles into the air on Thursday to celebrate their national team's first win in their maiden World Cup, a much-needed piece of good news for t......   | Read..
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