The Telegraph
Saturday , March 7 , 2015

Touch of a 'champion'

Sourav Ganguly was finishing his rather frugal dinner when Mahendra Singh Dhoni was, well, finishing off the West Indies....   | Read..

Captains must be innovative and aggressive: Clive Lloyd

The iconic Clive Lloyd, who doesn't really need an introduction, spoke to The Telegraph at the Waca on Thursday....   | Read..

Wake-up call forIndians

I would have been surprised if India had lost. But the West Indians surprised us nevertheless. They showed resilience after fumbling in the first phase of the match. But then the Indians also surpr......   | Read..

Sachin my favourite,Says WA Premier

Sachin Tendulkar is Western Australia Premier Colin Barnett's "favourite" cricketer....   | Read..

Friends, but off the field

Perth: Rivals on the field, friends off it....   | Read..

India are optimistic

 Indian women's hockey team will begin their campaign for a place in the Rio Olympics, when they play Ghana in a World League round-two match on Saturday....   | Read..

Ferrari pin hopes on Sebastian

Sebastian Vettel makes his Ferrari race debut in Australia next week but the four-times Formula One world champion has been enjoying the perks of the job already....   | Read..

Vettori is set to join 300-wicket club

Daniel Vettori has said that he is delighted at the prospect of becoming the first New Zealander to take 300 one-day International wickets, but has stressed that his team's success at the World Cup......   | Read..

Batsmen blamed by Holder

Calcutta: Jason Holder blamed his team's poor batting for the defeat against India in Perth on Friday. The West Indies captain felt an ideal score on the Waca strip was 270, and not 182 they manage......   | Read..

Seekuge& KayesCalled up

Calcutta: The ICC has confirmed that the event technical committee of the World Cup has approved Seekuge Prasanna as a replacement player for injured Dimuth Karunaratne in Sri Lanka's squad for the......   | Read..

Sepp calls on Iran to end stadium ban on women

Fifa president Sepp Blatter has asked Iran to end the ban on women watching football matches, describing the situation as intolerable....   | Read..

Punjab test for Bengal

The Bengal team management, in Ludhiana, are more apprehensive about the standard of supervision than their rivals on the eve of the Santosh Trophy match against hosts Punjab, at the Guru Nanak Sta......   | Read..

Djokovic gives Serbia lead

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic praised the Serbia fans who gave Balkan rivals Croatia a warm welcome and applauded their national anthem at their Davis Cup first-round tie on Friday....   | Read..

Our bowlers are doing well: Misbah

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq is optimistic about their chances against South Africa and insists his bowlers can slam the brakes on the Proteas' batting superstars in Saturday's World Cup clash. H......   | Read..

Dale Steyn: AB is like Neo of The Matrix

South African spearhead Dale Steyn said on Friday he believed he would soon come up with an eye-catching performance in the World Cup....   | Read..

Jos hopes for a turnaround

Jos Buttler expects England to resurrect their World Cup campaign, saying playing under pressure may just be what the struggling team needs ahead of the last two must-win games....   | Read..

Captains' corner

Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Friday overtook Sourav Ganguly as the Indian captain with most overseas wins in ODIs. Here's how the top five stand:...   | Read..
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