ICL Mumbai Champs vs Delhi Giants, 24th T20, Match Highlights

October 31st, 2008 Comments Off on ICL Mumbai Champs vs Delhi Giants, 24th T20, Match Highlights Posted in 20-20, ICL, Match Highlights, Twenty 20

Oct 30, 2008 Thu (ICL Match 24) Champs defeat Giants by 58 runs at the Tau Devi Lal Stadium in Gurgaon

 

ICL Ahmedabad Rockets vs Hyderabad Heroes, 23rd Match, Highlights

October 30th, 2008 Comments Off on ICL Ahmedabad Rockets vs Hyderabad Heroes, 23rd Match, Highlights Posted in 20-20, ICL, Match Highlights, Twenty 20

Oct 29, 2008 Wed (ICL Match 23) Hyderabad Heroes defeated Ahmedabad Rockets by three runs in a thrilling day-night match at Tau Devi Lal stadium in Gurgaon on Wednesday.A disciplined bowling attack and fielding from Hyderabad Heroes saw them register victory against Ahmedabad Rockets by a narrow margin.Just when it seemed Rockets would clinch an easy win with nine wickets in hand, Heroes fielder Ambati Rayudu took a blinder of a catch near boundary line to send Rockets skipper Martyn (16) into the pavilion in the 17th over. The same over saw opener Murray Goodwin’s wicket putting pressure on the Ahmedabad team at the crucial stage of the game. Goodwin scored 59 runs, while Reetinder Sodhi hammered 41 runs off just 15 balls that included four 6s and one 4 for the Ahmedabad team. Captain Chris Harris took two wickets for just 18 runs and Nicky Boje picked up one wicket for Heroes.Earlier, invited to bat first, Heroes put on a total of 166/6 despite loosing four early wickets thanks to some good middle-order batting from Nicky Boje (47), Stuart Binny (48) and Chris Harris (37).Rockets bowler Jason Gillespie and Rakesh Patel scalped two wickets each, while Heath Streak and Sumit Kalia shared two wickets. Ambati Rayudu was adjudged Man of the Match.

ICL Chandigarh Lions vs Royal Bengal Tigers, 22nd Match Highlights

October 29th, 2008 Comments Off on ICL Chandigarh Lions vs Royal Bengal Tigers, 22nd Match Highlights Posted in 20-20, ICL, Twenty 20

Oct 28, 2008, Tue (ICL Match 22) Royal Bengal Tigers lost to Chandigarh Lions by eight wickets with 2.3 overs to spare  in a day and night encounter at the Tau Devi Lal Stadium in Gurgaon on Tuesday.

Lions opener Tejinder Pal Singh, with his knock of 74 runs off 48 balls, took his team to an emphatic victory over Tigers.  

His knock contained eight boundaries and two sixes.

Lions got off to a flying start as Sarabjit Singh (19) and Tejinder put on 53 runs for the first wicket off 7.1 overs.

Sarbajit was caught in the deep by Sagar Singh off Eklak.

Manish Sharma (25), who came in at this stage, kept the rhythm going with Tejinder, but he also holed out to Ahmid at boundary off Chandana when the Lions were on 92.

Then, Tejinder and Lou Vincent (14) steered their team to victory without losing any further wickets.

Earlier, Royal Bengal Tigers, who were put into bat by Chandigarh Lions, lost their opener Deep Dasgupta (5) cheaply to Darryl Tuffey caught behind by wicketkeeper Sarabjit Singh

But the other opener Hamish Marshall, in particular, and Rajiv Kumar (14) stabilized their innings putting on 62 runs for the second wicket.

Marshall, however, got out trying to slog Tuffey only to give a catch to Love Ablish.

He made 57 off 34 balls with eight boundaries and two sixes and got out when the score of Tigers was 100.

After addition of just one run, skipper Craig McMillan (1) and Rohan Gavaskar (17) fell to Tejinder of successive balls putting Tigers on back foot.

Andre Adams (9), Shiv Sagar Singh (2), Upul Chandana (3) and Abu Nechim (1) fell quickly frittering away the good start given by Marshall.

Lance Klusener remained unbeaten on 18 and Eklak Ahmid on one as Tigers ended their innings on 140 for nine in their stipulated 20 overs.

Karanveer Singh was the most expensive bowler for Lions conceding 30 runs off three overs. Hall, Tuffey, Ablish and Tejinder shared two wickets each.   

Tejinder Pal Singh was awarded the ‘man of the match’ for his important knock and two wickets while bowling.

ICL Dhaka Warriors Beat Mumbai Champs, 21st, Match Highlights

October 28th, 2008 Comments Off on ICL Dhaka Warriors Beat Mumbai Champs, 21st, Match Highlights Posted in 20-20, ICL, Match Highlights, Twenty 20

Oct 27, 2008, Mon (ICL Match 21) Mumbai Champs lost to Dhaka Warriors by six wickets with six balls to spare in a day and night encounter at the Tau Devi Lal Stadium in Gurgaon on Monday.

Opener Shahriar Nafees (57) and Alok Kapali (48) were the architects behind the Warriors victory over Champs.

Nafees knock contained nine fours and one six and came off 40 balls.

Kapali, who started slowly, raised the momentum of the Dhaka team as he scored four fours and three sixes.

Warriors did not have a great start as opener Nazimuddin was struck plumb by van der Wath when their score was 15.

However, Aftab Ahmed (23) struck few blows and with his partner Nafees put on 54 runs for the second wicket.

Aftab was claimed by Shreyas Khanolkar when the score was 69.

Dhiman Ghosh (13) and Kapali put on an unbeaten partnership of 39 for the fifth wicket to take their side to a victory with six balls to spare.

Mumbai Champs, who were put into bat by Dhaka Warriors, started shakily as they lost both the openers for 30.

Hasan Raza (17) and Taufeeq Umar (28), who put on 39 runs for the third wicket, steadied Champs innings to an extent.

But, again wickets fell in a heap as Mumbai team was struggling at 77 for the loss of six wickets after 13.1 overs.

Ranjit Khirid, who played a superb knock of 54 runs of just 25 balls, had an unbeaten 74 runs partnership for the seventh wicket with Johan van der Wath (18).

This pair was instrumental in taking the Mumbai team to a respectable total of 151 for 6 off the stipulated 20 overs.

Mohammad Sharif was the most expensive bowler for the Warriors conceding 40 runs off four overs, while Mosharraf Hossain, who took two wickets giving away 20 runs, was their most successful.

Kapali was adjudged the ‘man of the match’ for his unbeaten knock and claiming one wicket while bowling.

ICL Mumbai Champs vs Dhaka Warriors, 21st Match, Highlights

October 28th, 2008 Comments Off on ICL Mumbai Champs vs Dhaka Warriors, 21st Match, Highlights Posted in 20-20, ICL, Match Highlights, Twenty 20

Oct 27, 2008, Mon (ICL Match 21) Warriors defeat Champs by six wickets at the Tau Devi Lal Stadium in Gurgaon.

ICL 2008 Points Table

October 28th, 2008 Comments Off on ICL 2008 Points Table Posted in 20-20, Cricket News
Team Mat Won Lost Tied N/R Pts Net RR For Against
Chennai 5 4 1 0 0 8 +0.754 771/94.0 715/96.0
Bengal 5 4 1 0 0 8 +0.104 787/96.2 742/92.0
Hyderabad Heroes 4 3 1 0 0 6 +0.346 506/64.0 499/66.0
Lahore Badshahs 5 2 3 0 0 4 +0.404 593/79.2 581/82.1
Dhaka Warriors 5 2 3 0 0 4 +0.361 811/98.4 757/96.2
Ahmedabad 5 2 3 0 0 4 +0.134 634/84.4 706/96.0
Chandigarh Lions 3 2 1 0 0 4 -0.066 441/59.4 435/58.2
Delhi Giants 5 2 3 0 0 4 -0.770 724/98.3 812/100.0
Mumbai Champs 5 0 5 0 0 0 -1.169 714/100.0 734/88.

ICL Lahore Badshahs Lose to Delhi Giants, 20th, Match Highlights

October 27th, 2008 Comments Off on ICL Lahore Badshahs Lose to Delhi Giants, 20th, Match Highlights Posted in 20-20, ICL, Match Highlights, Twenty 20

Oct 23, 2008, Thu (ICL Match 20) Delhi Giants beat Lahore Badshahs by six wickets with nine balls to spare in a day and night encounter at the Tau Devi Lal Stadium in Gurgaon on Sunday.

Ali Murtuza’s brilliants display of bowling, which bagged him four wickets of four overs, and Abbas Ali’s gritty knock of 52 helped Giants cruise to a victory over Badshahs.  

Chasing a target of 148, Delhi Giants Giants lost openers Marvan Atapattu and Monish Mishra quickly with only 23 on the board.

But, Ali, who played a gritty knock in the company of Abhinav Bali as both put on 80 runs for the fourth wicket, put his team on the path to victory.

Bali unbeaten on 47, started cautiously, also grew in confidence in the company of Ali.

Lahore Badshahs, who elected to bat after wining the toss, got off to an unimpressive start, losing wickets at regular intervals.

Giants spinner Ali Murtuza was responsible for the downslide of Badshahs as he sent four out of their top five batsmen back to the pavilion early.

The in-form batsmen off Imran Nazir (12), Imran Farhat (16) and skipper Inzamm-ul-Haq (12) disappointed the holiday crowd.

Badshahs were 63 for five off 12.1 overs when it looked like the Pakistan side were out of the match.

But, all-rounder Azhar Mahmood (67) counterattacked and came up with a spectacular unbeaten knock, which came off 39 balls and contained five sixes and five fours.

He was ably supported by wicketkeeper Hafiz Khalid (20), with whom he put on 84 runs off 7.5 overs.

They took Badshahs to a respectable total of 147 for 5 off the stipulated 20 overs.

Taduri Sudhindra proved to be the most expensive bowler for Giants as he conceded 52 runs of four overs.  

After openers departed quickly, Dhruv Mahajan (19) flattered to deceive as he was bowled by Shahid Nazir.

The Giants scoreboard read 52 for three of 5.3 overs at this stage, before the fourth wicket partnership of Ali-Bali wrapped up the match for them.

Ali Murtuza was named the ‘man of the match’.

19th Match: Chandigarh Lions v Hyderabad Heroes T20 Highlights – ICL Season 2

October 27th, 2008 Comments Off on 19th Match: Chandigarh Lions v Hyderabad Heroes T20 Highlights – ICL Season 2 Posted in 20-20, ICL, Match Highlights, Twenty 20

ICL 20-20 Indian Championship – 19th match – Delhi Giants v Chennai Superstars Played at Tau Devi Lal Stadium, Gurgaon, on 26 October 2008 – day/night (20-over match)

Result: Hyderabad Heroes won by 9 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)

Chandigarh Lions 141/6 (20/20 ov); Hyderabad Heroes 145/1 (18.2/20 ov)

Hyderabad Heroes 145 for 1 (Razzaq 66, Maher 48*) beat Chandigarh Lions (Mongia 38, Reddy 2-15, Boje 2-21) by nine wkts.

Below are the highlights of the Chandigarh Lions v Hyderabad Heroes T20 Match.

Chandigarh Lions v Hyderabad Heroes T20 Highlights Part 1

Chandigarh Lions v Hyderabad Heroes T20 Highlights Part 2

Chandigarh Lions v Hyderabad Heroes T20 Highlights Part 3

Chandigarh Lions v Hyderabad Heroes T20 Highlights Part 4

Chandigarh Lions v Hyderabad Heroes T20 Highlights Part 5

ICL Royal Bengal Tigers vs Dhaka Warriors 18th T20, Match Highlights

October 26th, 2008 Comments Off on ICL Royal Bengal Tigers vs Dhaka Warriors 18th T20, Match Highlights Posted in 20-20, ICL, Match Highlights, Twenty 20

Bengal Tigers beat Dhaka Warriors by eight wickets at Tau Devi Lal stadium, Gurgaon

ICL Chennai Superstars defeats Delhi Giants, 17th, Match Highlights

October 25th, 2008 Comments Off on ICL Chennai Superstars defeats Delhi Giants, 17th, Match Highlights Posted in 20-20, ICL, Match Highlights, Twenty 20

Oct 24, 2008 Fri (ICL Match 17) Chennai Superstars defeated Delhi Giants by five runs in a day and night encounter at the Tau Devi Lal Stadium in Gurgaon.Delhi Giants were given a good start by openers Marvan Atapattu and Monish Mishra. Both of them put up a partnership of 60 runs for the first wicket.   However, disciplined bowling by Superstars restricted Delhi Giants batsmen.Earlier, Chennai Superstars won the toss and elected to bat.They scored 166 for loss of six wickets in their quota of 20 overs, with Hemang Badani slamming 51 off 45 balls. Badani hit four boundaries and one six.R Sathish (41), G Vignesh (24) and Syed Mohammad (28) contributed to the score of Superstars.Hemang Badani was adjudged Man of the Match.

Delhi Giants v Chennai Superstarss T20 Highlights Part 1

 

 

Delhi Giants v Chennai Superstarss T20 Highlights Part 2

 

 

Delhi Giants v Chennai Superstarss T20 Highlights Part 3

 

 

Delhi Giants v Chennai Superstarss T20 Highlights Part 4

 

 

Delhi Giants v Chennai Superstarss T20 Highlights Part 5