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Haddin omission hardest decision of my career: Lehmann BIRMINGHAM: Overlooking Australia vice-captain Brad Haddin for the third Ashes test was the "hardest decision I have had to make as coach", Darren Lehmann said.The 37-year-old Haddin asked to be stood down for the second test at Lord's because his daughter was sick and was not recalled for the match at Edgbaston for which understudy Peter Nevill retained his place.Former Australia opener Matthew Hayden labelled Haddin's axing as 'outrageous' but Lehmann said the decision was taken because the wicketkeeper was out of form with the bat."Let's make it perfectly clear. Brad has been a fantastic cricketer for Australia for a long period of time and that would be the hardest decision I have had to make as a coach, or even as a player," Lehmann told reporters after England won by eight wickets on Friday to take a 2-1 series lead."I know there has been a very unbalanced view from ...

Pakistan eye whitewash of Sri Lanka Today, Pakistan will take on Sri Lanka in the second Twenty20 (T20) at the R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo.Pakistan team first by winning the Test series 2-1 under the captaincy of Misbahul Haq and then followed it by a 3-2 triumph in the ODIs with Azhar Ali. Now today, have a chance for a clean sweep if Shahid Afridi can lead his side to a win in Colombo.According to local media reports NCA Head Coach Mohammad ...
Lehmann ready to be patient with struggling Clarke BIRMINGHAM: Australia coach Darren Lehmann has said captain Michael Clarke will get as "long as he needs" to come out of his batting slump.Scores of 10 and three during Australia eight-wicket defeat by England in the third Test at Edgbaston -- a result that saw the tourists go 2-1 behind in the five-match Ashes campaign, left Clarke with a meagre series aggregate of 94 runs in six innings at an average of under 19. Following ...
Sanath Jayasuriya visits APS Peshawar Former Sri Lankan cricketer Sanath Jayasuriya visited and paid his respects to the Army Public School (APS) in Peshawar.Jayasuriya expressed deep sorrow with regard to the attack on APS Peshawar. He also expressed solidarity with parents and praised the courage and resilience of survivors. During his visit he presented a floral wreath at the graves of the martyred students of the Army Public School.A few days back, Jayasuriya was also found enjoying the scenery in ...
Australia admits: We need to talk about Michael SYDNEY: Another insipid display by a once great cricketer as his side slumped to an embarrassing defeat to go 2-1 down in the Ashes series had Australian pundits questioning whether captain Michael Clarke was in terminal decline on Saturday.It remains highly unlikely that Clarke's reign as Australia captain will end with him dropped for next week's fourth Ashes test against England but it would have been remarkable just a few months ago for someone to ...
Zimbabwe look to build on India shock against Kiwis HARARE: Zimbabwe plan to tap into the renewed energy that sparked a victory over India recently as they take on an under-strength New Zealand side in a three-match one-day international series that starts on Sunday.After sleepwalking their way through a one-day series whitewash at the hands of India, Zimbabwe came to life in the final match of the tour as a fresh desire drove them to a 10-run victory in a Twenty20 match.While New Zealand ...
Rain delays third day in Bangladesh, South Africa Test DHAKA: Heavy rain delayed the start of the third day's play in the second and final Test between Bangladesh and South Africa at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium in Dhaka on Saturday.Not a single ball was bowled on the second day after Bangladesh reached 246-8 in their first innings on the opening day.The highlight of the second Test so far is South African pacer Dale Steyn's 3-30, which enabled him to become just the 13th cricketer in ...


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