A video of a stunning run out forced by Virat Kohli in the group B match against Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
It was an anti-climactic game in all senses, totally void of all the passion and excitement that usually oozes through an India-Pakistan clash. India were always favourites going into the encounter, having topped the group with convincing victories over South Africa and West Indies, while Pakistan had already crashed out of the tournament with two defeats.
It was a dead rubber on paper, but that hadn't stopped thousands of fans from both sides and a peppering of neutrals from thronging Edgbaston to witness what they hoped would be a humdinger. However, Pakistan's listless show in all departments,
A video of Darren Bravo's catch against South Africa in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
South Africa have tied with West Indies courtesy of Duckworth-Lewis method in the Group 'B' match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 in Cardiff on Friday and advanced to the semi-finals of the tournament.
With the rain-threat looming around West Indies were trying their best to be at par with the Duckworth-Lewis total at the end of every over. Needing 41 off the final five overs Kieron Pollard went for an ambitious hoick over cow-corne in the 26th overr. The ball took his top-edge and was caught at third-man. After his dismissal there was a heavy shower. Had Pollard not been dismissed West Indies would have been in front. But after his
A video of Darren Sammy's half-century against India in the group B encounter of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
It was tough going for West Indies as they kept losing wickets at regular intervals. Kieron Pollard also looked dangerous, but fell while trying to up the ante. But, Darren Sammy was a man on a mission. He came into this game and wanted to make a mark. And he did it in some style!
Wickets were falling at one end, but Sammy was ready to use the long handle. He nonchalantly hit the bowlers across the park and added vital runs to the West Indies total. He was severe on Ishant Sharma in particular. The penultimate over of the innings went for 21 runs as Sammy smashed two sixes and two fours.
India take on West Indies in a group B encounter in ICC Champions Trophy 2013 at London on Tuesday.
Having beaten South Africa, a confident India face the West Indies in the sixth game of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 at The Oval, London. Both sides are coming off victories and this is their chance of strengthening their claims for a berth in the semi-finals of the competition.
India put in a good all-round performance against South Africa in the opening game. The openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma laid down a solid foundation for the victory as they survived some tough overs and then attacked. The fielding in particular was good and that ultimately won India the game.
India take on Australia in their second warm-up encounter in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
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Wasim Akram took his first One Day International hat-trick against West Indies at Sharjah in 1989.
The feature of the hat-trick was that it was a clean bowled hat-trick. Jeff Dujon failed to get his bat down in time when an inswinger beat him.
Off the next ball Malcolm Marshall failed to keep the yorker out and was bowled.
Curtly Ambrose faced Akram’s hat-trick ball, who was now bowling from over the wicket. It was a length ball which after pitching held its line and disturbed the timbre.
Thus Akram achieved this incredible feat at Sharjah, his favourite hunting ground.
Irfan Pathan became the second Indian to pick up a hat-trick in Test cricket. He achieved this amazing feat in the first over of the Test match.
Salman Butt was out caught by Rahul Dravid in the first slip. Younis Khan batting at three played down the wrong line to an inswinger and was dismissed off the first ball. Facing the hat-trick ball Mohammad Yousuf missed to counter Pathan's prodigious inswing and was bowled.
Pakistan were reeling at 0/3 in the first over. Despite this solid start India failed to win the match.