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New Zealand v Sri Lanka scoreboard NELSON: Scoreboard at the end of the Sri Lanka innings in the fourth one-day international against New Zealand in Nelson Tuesday.Sri LankaD. Karunaratne lbw b Southee 5T. Dilshan c Guptill b Williamson 44K. Sangakkara c Guptill b Milne 76M. Jayawardene c Ronchi b Anderson 94A. Mathews c Ronchi b Milne 0L. Thirimanne b McClenaghan 19T. Perera c McCullum b Southee 5J. Mendis c Vettori b Southee 12N. Kulasekara run out (McCullum/McClenaghan) 4S. Senanayake not out 1R. Herath c Williamson b McClenaghan 0Extras (lb 2, w 14) 16Total (for 10 wickets, 49.3 overs)276Fall of Wickets:: 1-11 (Karunaratne), 2-113 (Dilshan), 3-180 (Sangakkara), 4-180 (Mathews), 5-245 (Thirimanne), 6-253 (Jayawardene), 7-268 (Perera), 8-270 (Mendis), 9-273 (Kulasekara), 10-276 (Herath)Bowling: Southee 10-1-59-3 (4w), Milne 7-0-28-2 (1w), McClenaghan 9.3-0-58-2 (4w), Anderson 3-0-19-1, Elliott 3-0-19-0 (1w), Vettori 10-0-41-0, Williamson 7-0-50-1Toss: Sri LankaSeries: 1-1Umpires: Ian Gould (ENG), Derek Walker (NZL)TV umpire: Nigel Llong (ENG)Match referee: Javagal Srinath (IND)Copyright AFP ...

Jayawardene, Sangakkara set up Sri Lanka NELSON: An innings of 94 from Mahela Jayawardene and 76 from Kumar Sangakkara helped Sri Lanka to reach 276 against New Zealand in the fourth one-day international at Nelson on Tuesday.The tourists were all out with three balls remaining in their innings after their last six wickets fell for only 31 runs.Sangakkara, who ignited the Sri Lankan run rate after a slow start, became the third most prolific ODI batsman moving his career total to ...
India win toss and elect to bat BRISBANE: India won the toss and elected to bat in their tri-series one-day international against England in Brisbane on Tuesday.Rohit Sharma, who made a century in India's four-wicket loss to Australia on Sunday at the MCG, was left out of the side due to a sore hamstring.He was replaced by Ambati Rayudu, while Stuart Binny replaced Ravichandran Ashwin.England, also beaten by Australia in their opening match, recalled leading pace bowler James Anderson at the expense ...
BCCI bans wives, girlfriends to avoid distractions BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) has decided to ban wives and girlfriends of members of the Indian team to cheer their partners in Australia and New Zealand during the ICC World Cup 2015. They don’t want any distraction during the mega event of cricket. According to Times of India, the Indian board would generally allow partners to accompany players on long and high pressure international tours but administrators have put their foot ...
Anderson salutes de Villiers' 'hell of an innings' NELSON: Corey Anderson saluted AB de Villiers on Monday for a "hell of an innings" after the South African broke the New Zealander's record for the fastest century in a one-day international.De Villiers took just 31 balls to smash his way to 100 against the West Indies in Johannesburg on Sunday, five balls faster than Anderson when he set the record against the same opposition in Queenstown a year ago."Records are there to be broken ...
Australia's Warner defends 'speak English' sledge SYDNEY: Explosive Australian opener David Warner on Monday defended a heated on-field exchange with Indian batsman Rohit Sharma in which he demanded the Indian cricketer "speak English".Warner said the verbal fireworks at a one-day international at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday earned him a fine of 50 percent of his match fee from the International Cricket Council.The Australian fielders had taken offence when the Indians went for a single off an overthrow which they ...
South Africa beat West Indies by 148 runs in 2nd ODI JOHANNESBURG: South Africa beat the West Indies by 148 runs in the second one-day international at the Wanderers in Johannesburg on Sunday.Brief scores: South Africa 439 for two in 50 overs. West Indies 291 for seven in 50 overs.Series: South Africa lead the five-match series 2-0.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2015 ...


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