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Australia wiped out England by 111 runs Australia marked the history on his very own Melbourne ground on Saturday. While love is still in the air but heat was on the ground. On the second ODI of ICC cricket World Cup, England failed to chase the huge target given by the arch rival Australia. All the England team hardly scored 231runs while encountering Australia. Bell scored 36 runs, Taylor added only 22 runs in England’s score board. Ali, Bell and Root added 25 runs altogether. M. Marsh has stopped 6 key players to score the runs and turn the match in his favor while Starc took one wicket. According to ESPN, Mitchell Marsh is the seventh bowler to take a six wicket in a match.Copyright Business Recorder, 2015 ...

Anderson’s dream comes true New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson played a superb round against Sri Lanka in World Cup opening match on Saturday. Corey Anderson has been awarded ‘Man of the match’ in front of home crowd which includes his family and friends.“It's nice to come back home and play in front of family and friends. I guess this World Cup is the stuff we dream of,” Anderson said at the post-match presentation ceremony.Corey scored 75 runs on just ...
Yorkshire turn back to Younis Khan ISLAMABAD: Younis Khan, Pakistan's veteran batsman, will join Yorkshire for the early part of the season until the big-hitting Australian Aaron Finch return from IPL duties.Younis' main focus will be to bolster Yorkshire's Championship batting line-up at a time when the defending champions expect to lose several players to England for the Test tour of the West Indies in April and May. He will be available for the Championship opener against Worcestershire at New Road ...
England 113-4 at halfway stage Australia seems to be ruling over its home ground. So far, the highest scorer of the World Cup, Aaron Finch hit 135 while Glenn Maxwel ended the Australia’s inning on the high note against England.However, team England appeared to fail in encountering their arch rivals in ICC World Cup. England is able to add just 113 runs in the scorecard by losing its 6 key wickets in 25overs. Bell was gone on 36 runs while ...
Morgans miserable run continues for England MELBOURNE: England captain Eoin Morgan's desperate run of poor form continued when he was out for his fourth duck in five innings during his side's World Cup opener against Australia in Melbourne.Morgan, made skipper after Test captain Alastair Cook was axed from the one-day squad following a sequences of low scores, tried to pull medium-pacer Mitchell Marsh but instead got an under-edge that was superbly held, one-handed, by diving wicketkeeper Brad Haddin.Morgan's exit meant he'd ...
Dravid warns team India from Irfan The biggest and the most projected match of World Cup 2015 will be played tomorrow on February 15, 2015. The fans are looking for the victorious achievement for their belonging team. Though the expectations from team India is not really high but for Rahul Dravid, his team is the best. Though he claimed Indian team as his favourite but Dravid also warned his team to be very careful from Muhammad Irfan. He thinks that the ...
Thirimanne blames sloppy fielding for loss to NZ CHRISTCHURCH: Senior Sri Lanka batsman Lahiru Thirimanne blamed sloppy fielding for their 98-run hiding by New Zealand in the World Cup opener at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Saturday.Despite yet another batting collapse -- nine wickets falling for 109 in a similar meltdown to their pre-tournament matches over the past month -- Thirimanne said tighter fielding would have made the difference.New Zealand, sent into bat first in cold, grey conditions, posted 331-6 and after Sri ...


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