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Jun 29, 2013

Chris Gayle wonderful ODI century against Sri Lanka

The Tri-Nation Series for first match West Indies vs Sri Lanka Played at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica and the West indies opener Chris Gayle score his 21st ODI century to his first against Sri Lanka as West Indies brushed the guests aside by six wickets and earn a bonus point in the first match of the tri-series and the Sri Lanka did not have a physically powerful total to defend after their batsmen be fell by the spin of Sunil Narine picked up four wickets.

There was no come across back once Narine now has 33 wickets from 14 matches at home, was introduced and the gayle then make available the ideal finishing touches and it was a classically careful Gayle innings, follow its own beat, irrespective of the surroundings, the pitch, the attack, and the field and he follow his own modus operandi dead-bats to hittable deliveries, axe-swings against good ones generous not even an inkling of a chance to the fielding side and striking at least a six off each of the five bowlers he faced and the Chris

Chris Gayle 109 runs for 100 balls(9 fours & 7 sixes).


West Indies won toss Elected to field first

Sri Lanka: 208/10 in 48.3 overs

Sunil Narine 40/4

West Indies: 209/4 in 37.5 overs

Man of the match Chris Gayle (West Indies)

Jun 25, 2013

ICC Champions Trophy 2013: Highest Wickets

Player Mat Overs Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR
RA Jadeja (Ind) 5 41.0 154 12 5/36 12.83 3.75 20.5
MJ McClenaghan (NZ) 3 23.5 144 11 4/43 13.09 6.04 13.0
JM Anderson (Eng) 5 37.0 151 11 3/30 13.72 4.08 20.1
I Sharma(India) 5 38.0 218 10 3/33 21.80 5.73 22.8
R McLaren (SA) 4 27.1 148 8 4/19 18.50 5.44 20.3
R Ashwin (Ind) 5 41.0 181 8 3/48 22.62 4.41 30.7
SL Malinga (SL) 4 37.0 206 7 4/34 29.42 5.56 31.7
KD Mills (NZ) 3 16.3 63 6 4/30 10.50 3.81 16.5
RS Bopara (Eng) 5 24.0 132 6 3/20 22.00 5.50 24.0
B Kumar (Ind) 5 35.0 137 6 2/19 22.83 3.91 35.0

ICC Champions Trophy 2013: Highest Run Scorer

Player Mat Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50
S Dhawan (Ind) 5 363 114 90.75 358 101.39 2 1
IJL Trott (Eng) 5 229 82* 57.25 250 91.60 0 2
KC Sangakkara (SL) 4 222 134* 74.00 277 80.14 1 1
RG Sharma (India) 5 177 65 35.40 233 75.96 0 2
V Kohli> (Ind) 5 176 58* 58.66 184 95.65 0 1
Misbah-ul-Haq (Pak) 3 173 96* 86.50 235 73.61 0 2
JE Root (Eng) 5 173 68 34.60 192 90.10 0 1
DPMD Jayawardene (SL) 4 168 84* 56.00 195 86.15 0 1
AN Cook (Eng) 5 161 64 32.20 204 78.92 0 2
IR Bell (Eng) 5 154 91 30.80 206 74.75 0 1

Jun 24, 2013

India Won 2013 ICC Champions Trophy in England

The india cricket team pulled off a thrilling five-run win at Edgbaston to lift the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy and the supremacy ICC World Cup champions held their nerve in the 20 over-a-side game to beat England in the final at Birmingham and added another feather in their cap.

The Indian batting line up for middle order batsmen Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja’s sixth wicket, 47-run partnership help out set India a 130-run target, MS Dhoni handle his bowling resources smartly to defend the total.

The England needing 19 off 12 in a unstable position with two new batsmen Jos Buttler and Tim Bresnan – at the crease and the Jadeja then castled Jos Buttler to keep the match hanging in balance and soon Bresnan was run out by way of 15 required off the last over, Ashwin accepted only nine to control England to 124 for eight.

The India is the second team to win the Icc Champions trophy while remaining unbeaten.
Brief scores: India 129/7 in 20 overs (V Kohli 43, R Jadeja 33 not out, R Bopara 3/20) beat England 124/8 in 20 overs (E Morgan 33, R Ashwin 2/15, R Jadeja 2/24, I Sharma 2/36) by 5 runs

Man of the Match: Ravindra Jadeja for his game-changing all-round performance of 33* and 2/24

Golden Ball: Ravindra Jadeja for his 12 wickets

Golden Bat: Shikhar Dhawan for his 363 runs

Jun 21, 2013

Australia tour of United Kingdom 2013

Date Match Details Time
Sep 06 FriEngland v Australia, 1st ODI14:45Leeds
Sep 08 SunEngland v Australia, 2nd ODI14:45Manchester
Sep 11 WedEngland v Australia, 3rd ODI18:30Birmingham
Sep 14 SatEngland v Australia, 4th ODI14:45Cardiff, Wales
Sep 16 MonEngland v Australia, 5th ODI18:30Southampton

Tillakaratne Dilshan has been Ruled Out of the Tri-series

The Sri Lankan right-handed opener Tillakaratne Dilshan has been ruled out of the tri-series in West Indies after suffer for a calf damage and he hurt his right calf during Sri Lanka's Champions Trophy semi-final clash against India, has suffer a second level tear and has been advise have a rest for 4-6 weeks, according to a Sri Lanka team representative.

The tri-series, which also facial appearance India, start on June 28 and the Lankan selectors are expected to name Dilshan's alternate soon and he made a helpful start in the match against India on Thursday, hit Umesh Yadav for back-to-back boundaries in the 4th over before pull his calf muscle to the regardless of general treatment from the physio.

Ishant Sharma fantastic bowling India into CT Final

India won toss and chose to field


Sri Lanka: 181/8 for 50 overs

Angelo Mathews 51
Mahela Jayawardene 38

Ishant Sharma 33/3

India: 182/2 for 35 overs

Shikhar Dhawan 68
Virat Kohli 58 not out

Angelo Mathews 10/1

India won by 8 wickets

Man of the match: Ishant Sharma (India)

The india beat memorable foes Sri Lanka by 8 wickets to seal a place along with England in the final of the Icc Champions Trophy and the india were super bowling performance which proverb Ishant Sharma and R Ashwin pick up 3 wickets each as Sri Lanka were controlled to a sub-par 181/8 and the india suffer no at some point in their chase, which was sparkling anchor by Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli in the Delhi duo strike fine half centuries and kept back the scoring solid as India romped home to victory with 15 overs and 8 wickets to spare.

India won toss asked to bat field first, Sri Lanka were left to battle wet conditions, early on wickets and injuries before they could settle in and get their innings underway and the india opener Dhawan and Rohit Sharma once again laid a solid display place with a 77 run stand and the srilankan bowler mathews sent back Rohit Sharma but Dhawan even up his 2nd fifty to continue his magnificent run in the competition and the middle order batsmen kohli was along with the runs as he scored his 23rd ODI fifty.

Jun 20, 2013

India tour of Zimbabwe 2013

DateMatch DetailsTime
July 24 Wed1st ODI - Zimbabwe v India13:00Harare
Jul 26 Fri2nd ODI - Zimbabwe v India13:00Harare
Jul 28 Sun3rd ODI - Zimbabwe v India13:00Harare
Jul 31 Wed4th ODI - Zimbabwe v India13:00Bulawayo
Aug 3 Sat5th ODI - Zimbabwe v India13:00Bulawayo

Jun 19, 2013

James Tredwell Wonderful Bowling England to Reach CT Final

He ended with a middle order batsmen Jonathan Trott 82 not out from 84 balls, a seven-wicket win done and powder by way of more than 12 overs to spare and the other than Jonathan Trott hit 82 not out and Joe Root made 48 for the period of a 105-run stand to help England better the modest mark in the 38th over of a South Africa unacceptable semi-final.

At home Sunday for a final at Edgbaston, Birmingham, which will be significance $2 million for the champions, England will meet up the winner of Thursday's all-Asian semi-final between India and Sri Lanka in Cardiff.

The top-ranked Test cricket team South Africa for a terrible opponent in world cricket, have fight back to get past the semi-final point in most important one-day tournaments since attractive the opening version of the Champions Trophy in Bangladesh in 1998.

England won toss and chose to field


South Africa: 175 all out for 38.4 overs

David Miller 56 not out for 51 balls(5 fours & 2 sixes)
Rory Kleinveldt 43

James Tredwell 19/3

England: 179/3 for 37.3 overs

Jonathan Trott 82 not out
Joe Root 48

Jean-Paul Duminy 27/1

England won by 7 wickets

Man of the match: James Tredwell (England)

South Africa tour of Sri Lanka 2013

DateMatch DetailsTime
Jul 20 - Sat1st ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa14:30Colombo
Jul 23 - Tue2nd ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa14:30Colombo
Jul 26 - Fri3rd ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa14:30Pallekele
Jul 28 - Sun4th ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa14:30Pallekele
Jul 31 - Wed5th ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa14:30Colombo

Jun 18, 2013

Mahela Jayawardene Marvelous Batting Srilanka seal Semis berth with Close Win

The Sri Lanka needed a win at all expenses and the Australia, too, and triumph big at that force on the Aussies prove to be a small too much and they lost the plot all through the chase, giving up wickets in a heap before a fine last-wicket stand took them earlier to the target, which they in due course fell short of by 20 runs and, in the practice, brought their Champions Trophy movement to an end and the target was a difficult one still under standard situation, although Australia had to do even more they were likely to chase down 254 in 29.1 overs in order to go all the way through to the next stage.

Australia won toss and chose to field


Sri Lanka: 253/8 for 50 overs

Mahela Jayawardene 84
Lahiru Thirimanne 57

Mitchell Johnson 48/3

Australia: 233 all out for 42.3 overs

Adam Voges 49
Glenn Maxwell 32

Nuwan Kulasekara 42/3

Sri Lanka won by 20 runs

Man of the match: Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka)

Alastair Cook Set England through to Champions Trophy Semi-finals

The both two team played for 24 overs maximum match England do not make life simple for themselves in knockout tournaments, save for they safe their passage to the Champions Trophy semi-finals all the way through a collectively inspiring performance from the bowlers which follow a fast innings from Alastair Cook after the weather had in danger to go away their hopes in Australia's hands and the Alastair Cook showed he can score at Twenty20 pace.

New Zealand won toss and chose to field


England: 169 all out for 23.3 overs

Alastair Cook 64
Joe Root 38

Kyle Mills 30/4

New Zealand: 159/8 for 24 overs

Kane Williamson 67
Corey Anderson 30

James Anderson 32/3

England won by 10 runs

Man of the match: Alastair Cook (England)

Jun 16, 2013

India Super Bowling against Pakistan at Edgbaston

A moment ago like most of the cricket played in this glorified competition, the cricket at Edgbaston to this time since of the weather conditions was boring and doubtful, other than India finally registered their first win over Pakistan in Champions Trophy on the other hand, it was dead rubbers as India was before now sure the top slot in the group, and Pakistan the bottom.

The Pakistan's innings their total of 165 all out was in tune to 167 because of the rain break and the India got off to a rock-hard start in response, and it matter slight that the rain ultimately bring the target down to 122 in 22 overs for India won in 19.1 overs.

India won toss and chose to field


Pakistan: 165 all out for 39.4 overs

Asad Shafiq 41
Mohammad Hafeez 27

Bhuvneshwar Kumar 19/2

India: 102/2 for 19.1 overs

Shikhar Dhawan 48
Virat Kohli 22 not out

Wahab Riaz 20/1

India won by 8 wickets (with 17 balls remaining) (D/L method)

Man of the match: Bhuvneshwar Kumar (India)

Jun 15, 2013

Awesome Match West Indies Team being eliminated on Net Run-rate

It has be a decade from the time when South Africa's slip-up of Duckworth-Lewis saw them exit the World Cup in the first round as a final spot, they will believe themselves redeem in a twist of fate as completely created as the twist on a young girl's crop of hair, West Indies were short of out of the Champions Trophy after a rain-affected tied match following 26.1 overs, with six wickets down, they needed 191 runs to win the match and they left the field on 190 for 6 as the rain slightly drifted down for the result award a point to each side and South Africa progress to the semi-finals by good quality of a better net run rate.

West Indies won toss and chose to field


South Africa: 230/6 for 31 overs

Colin Ingram 76
David Miller 38

Dwayne Bravo 43/2

West Indies: 190/6 for 26.1 overs

Marlon Samuels 48
Chris Gayle 36

Dale Steyn 33/2

Match tied (D/L method)

Man of the match: Colin Ingram (South Africa)

Jun 14, 2013

Sangakkara Superb Unbeaten Played One of his Best One-day Innings against Eng

The Wicket-keeper and batsmen Kumar Sangakkara has never be part of a Sri Lanka team winning a major ICC one-day international trophy total and neither contains the other excellent players of this Sri Lanka batsmen Mahela Jayawardene and face bowler Lasith Malinga or Tillakaratne Dilshan and however they will accept as true there is still time following Sangakkara's brilliant unbeaten 134 from 135 balls pulled off an unbelievable run chase against England by seven wickets with 17 balls to spare at The Oval.

Sri Lanka won toss and chose to field


England: 293/7 for 50 overs

Jonathan Trott 76
Joe Root 68

Rangana Herath 46/2

Sri Lanka: 297/3 for 47.1 overs

Kumar Sangakkara 134 not out for 135 balls(12 fours)
Nuwan Kulasekara 58 not out

James Anderson 51/2

Sri Lanka won by 7 wkts

Man of the match: Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)

Jun 12, 2013

Rain Will Play Australia and New Zealand with Split Points

The above all English weather had not damage the Champions Trophy in england for One-day internation cricket match much over its first six days, although struck in the important trans-Tasman match to leave Australia and New Zealand with share the points and the Zew Zealand were 51 for 2 after 15 overs in their follow of 244 when play was constant, and heavy rain come again and again couldn't resume.

Australia won toss and chose to bat


Australia: 243/8 for 50 overs

Adam Voges 71
George Bailey 55

Mitchell McClenaghan  65/4

New Zealand:: 51/2 for 15 overs

Kane Williamson 18 not out
Ross Taylor 9 not out

Clint McKay 10/2

No result

All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja take Five Wickets India into Semi-final

They are four years ago approximately to the day, in the different city of London and the all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was a hare fixed in the headlight to he might neither get out nor hit out, and his 25 off 35 in that Twenty20 match in opposition to England and India were knock out of that World T20 earn him what give the impression like a lifetime of ridicule to he wasn't made-up to be successful at international cricket.

India won toss and chose to field


West Indies: 233/9 for 50 overs

Johnson Charles 66
Darren Sammy 56 not out

Ravindra Jadeja  36/5

India: 167 all out for 45 overs

Shikhar Dhawan    102 not out
Rohit Sharma 52

Sunil Narine 49/2

India won by 8 wkts

Man of the match: Ravindra Jadeja (India)

Jun 11, 2013

Hashim Amla and Ryan McLaren Set up South Africa Huge Win

The South Africa live to fight one more day in the Champions Trophy as their bowlers, woeful against India however wolfish against a easily broken line-up, watch over a barely-par total in the lack of the fast bowler Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel, Lonwabo Tsotsobe led the pack with youth while all-rounder debutant Chris Morris extra energy and Ryan McLaren back them up at the death.

South Africa won toss and chose to bat


South Africa: 234/9 for 50 overs

Hashim Amla 81
AB de Villiers 20

Mohammad Irfan  27/1

Pakistan: 167 all out for 45 overs

Misbah-ul-Haq 55
Nasir Jamshed 42

Ryan McLaren 19/4

South Africa won by 67 runs

Man of the match: Hashim Amla (South Africa)

Jun 10, 2013

New Zealand Stay alive Malinga magic in thriller

The Srilankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga took the 22 yard out of the equation in a low-scoring thriller, but New Zealand survive him to record their first win over Sri Lanka in four years and the pitch has only just ever matter less and the new zealand player Tim Southee and Mitchell McClenaghan smiled the last smiles.

Sri Lanka won toss and chose to bat


Sri Lanka: 138 all out for 37.5 overs

Kumar Sangakkara 68
Tillakaratne Dilshan 20

Mitchell McClenaghan 43/4
Nathan McCullum 23/2

New Zealand: 221/9 for 50 overs

Nathan McCullum 32
Martin Guptill 25

Lasith Malinga 34/4

New Zealand won by 1 wkt

Man of the match: Nathan McCullum (New Zealand)

Ian Bell Basis Sets Up and England thrashed Australia by 48 runs

A hard all-round show from England helped them beat Australia by 48 runs in the home team's Champions Trophy opener in Birmingham and the chase a spirited 269/6, Australia were controlled to 221/9 off their end 50 overs and England opener Ian Bell top scored for England with a fine 91 runs and the fast bowler James Anderson picked up 3 wickets for the hosts to the Australia needed 116 off the last 10 overs, with 3 wickets in hand to all their standard batsmen were back in the spectator area and the tail wagged for a bit, with James Faulkner beating a few lusty blows and register a half-century.

England won toss and chose to bat


England: 269/6 for 50 overs

Ian Bell 91
Ravi Bopara 46 not out

Clint McKay 38/2

Australia: 221/9 for 50 overs

George Bailey 55
James Faulkner    54 not out

James Anderson 30/3

Man of the match: Ian Bell

Jun 7, 2013

Kemar Roach Remarkable Bowling Opening Match in Cardiff

2013 ICC Champions Trophy Second match Pakistan vs West Indies , Group B Played at Kennington Oval, London West Indies won the toss chose to field Whatever your point of view after it comes to one-day cricket the Champions Trophy looks set to offer amazing for everyone to following the high-scoring opening match in Cardiff to present was a low-scoring nail-biter at The Oval with West Indies existing major troubles against Pakistan's pace and spin grouping to safe a expensive two-wicket victory and the Pakistan's bowlers, as they contain on a regular basis in the past, therefore almost rescue their batsmen.

The Pakistan fast bowler Irfan's bounce was frightening, Wahab Riaz's pace unsettling and Saeed Ajmal's variations attractive although following just two of their batsmen reach double figures Misbah-ul-Haq finished unbeaten on a career-best 96 they were just short of runs.


Pakistan innings: 170 all out for 48 overs

Misbah-ul-Haq 96 not out

Kemar Roach 28/3

West Indies innings: 172/8 for 40.4 overs

Chris Gayle 39

West Indies won by 2 wickets (with 56 balls remaining)

Man of the Match: Kemar Roach(West Indies)

Shikhar Dhawan Maiden One-day Century against South Africa at Cardiff

A wonderful maiden ODI ton by Shikhar Dhawan joined with a sparkling all-round show by Ravindra Jadeja helped India beat South Africa by 26 runs in the first match of the 2013 Champions Trophy in Cardiff and the chase a mammoth 331/7 set by the Indians, the South Africans fight hard except were bowled out for 305 and the shikhar dhawan nonstop on his cheerful run and lap Tsotsobe over the keeper for a boundary earlier than ending the 24th with a bludgeon six straight over the bowler's head to the india bring up its 150 in the 25th.

Early on South Africa lose couple Bhuvneshwar Kumar gave India is the suitable advance receiving Colin Ingram caught at second slip by Suresh Raina for just six in the 3rd over and the india surface winning by 26 runs and begin their movement in style and the all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was the pick of the Indian bowlers and take 2 wickets for just 31 runs in nine impressive overs and india maintain their attractive streak against South Africa in the Champions Trophy for this was their 3rd win against the Proteas across three edition of the competition.

Brief scores:

India 331/7 in 50 overs (S Dhawan 114, R Sharma 65, R Jadeja 47 not out, R McLaren 3/70) beat South Africa 305 all out in 50 overs (R McLaren 71 not out, AB de Villiers 70, R Peterson 68, R Jadeja 2/31, B Kumar 2/49) india won by 26 runs

Man of the Match: Shikhar Dhawan for his match-winning 114

Jun 4, 2013

India and Sri Lanka in West Indies Tri-Series 2013

DateMatch DetailsTime
Jun 28 FriWest Indies v Sri Lanka, 1st Match20:00Jamaica
Jun 30 SunWest Indies v India, 2nd Match20:00Jamaica
Jul 02 TueIndia v Sri Lanka, 3rd Match20:00Jamaica
Jul 05 FriWest Indies v India, 4th Match19:00Trinidad
Jul 07 SunWest Indies v Sri Lanka, 5th Match19:00Trinidad
Jul 09 TueIndia v Sri Lanka, 6th Match19:00Trinidad
Jul 11 ThuTBC v TBC, Final19:00Trinidad

Stuart Broad and Steven Finn Play for Final ODI against New Zealand

The England have been handed a much-needed improve following Stuart Broad and Steven Finn both took a full part in preparation at Trent Bridge on Tuesday to the front of the third and final one-day international against New Zealand.

A Broad pulled out a knee injury in the second Test against New Zealand and Finn had been suffering from shin pain and the pair had been ruled out of the first two matches of the series and worries were rising about their chances of making the Champions Trophy, but those doubts now come into sight to be reducing even though it leftovers doubtful whether equally will be risk on Wednesday.

The absence England's reserve bowlers have struggle, particularly Jade Dernbach and Chris Woakes, to support how vital Broad and Finn are to England's Champions Trophy hopes.