New Zealand vs Sri Lanka Highlights Champions Trophy 2009

September 28th, 2009 Comments Off on New Zealand vs Sri Lanka Highlights Champions Trophy 2009 Posted in ICC Champions Trophy 2009, Match Highlights, New Zealand, One Day Match, Sri Lanka

Watch cricket highlights: New Zealand vs Sri Lanka at the 2009 Champions Trophy, played on September 27, 2009.

Scoreline: NZ 315/7 Jesse Ryder 74 (58), Martin Guptill 66, Vettori 48
Sri Lanka 277 all out: Mahela Jayawardene 77, Kulasekara 57 no, Dilshan 41

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India vs Pakistan Highlights – 2009 Champions Trophy

September 26th, 2009 Comments Off on India vs Pakistan Highlights – 2009 Champions Trophy Posted in ICC Champions Trophy 2009, India, Match Highlights, One Day Match, Pakistan

Watch highlights – India vs Pakistan – from the 2009 Champions Trophy played on September 26, 2009.

Scoreline: Pakistan 302/9 – Shoaib Malik 128 (126), Mohammad Yousuf 87 (88) – Ashish Nehra 4 wickets
India lose (248 all out) Gautam Gambhir 57 (46), Raina 46 (41), Dravid 76 (103) – Aamer, Ajmal, Rana, Afridi 2 wickets each

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Sri Lanka vs England Highlights – ICC Champions Trophy 2009

September 26th, 2009 Comments Off on Sri Lanka vs England Highlights – ICC Champions Trophy 2009 Posted in England, ICC Champions Trophy 2009, Match Highlights, One Day Match, Sri Lanka

Watch cricket highlights – Sri Lanka vs England – from the Champions Trophy played on September 25, 2009.

Scoreline : England 213 for 4 (Morgan 62*) beat Sri Lanka 212 (Kandamby 53, Mathews 52) by six wickets

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New Zealand vs South Africa Champions Trophy Highlights

September 25th, 2009 Comments Off on New Zealand vs South Africa Champions Trophy Highlights Posted in ICC Champions Trophy 2009, Match Highlights, New Zealand, One Day Match, South Africa

Watch cricket highlights: New Zealand vs South Africa – 2009 Champions Trophy played on September 24 2009.

Scoreline: NZ 214 all out – Ross Taylor 72 | Wayne Parnell 5 wickets

SA get there easy (41.1) AB de Villiers 70 no

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Pakistan vs West Indies Champions Trophy Highlights

September 24th, 2009 Comments Off on Pakistan vs West Indies Champions Trophy Highlights Posted in ICC Champions Trophy 2009, Match Highlights, One Day Match, Pakistan, West Indies

Watch cricket highlights: Pakistan vs West Indies from the ODI Champions Trophy 2009, played on September 23, 2009.

Scoreline: (Toss-WI) West Indies 133 all out Nikita Miller 51, Darren Sammy 25 | Aamer and Gul 3 each Pakistan get there after stutter: Umar Akmal 41 no | Gavin Tonge 10-3-25-4. Two of the best young talents around on show today.

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South Africa vs Sri Lanka Champions Trophy Highlights 1st match

September 23rd, 2009 Comments Off on South Africa vs Sri Lanka Champions Trophy Highlights 1st match Posted in ICC Champions Trophy 2009, Match Highlights, One Day Match, South Africa, Sri Lanka

Watch highlights from the 1st match of the Champions Trophy 2009 – South Africa vs Sri Lanka played on September 22, 2009 at Centurion. Scoreline (Toss – SA): SL 319/8 Dilshan 106 (92), Jayawardene 77 (61), Sangakkara 54 SA 206/7 Graeme Smith 58 (44) – Mendis 3 wickets (Rain interrupts and SL win on D/L)

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Australia vs England 7th ODI Highlights

September 22nd, 2009 Comments Off on Australia vs England 7th ODI Highlights Posted in Australia, England, Match Highlights, NatWest Series, One Day Match

Watch cricket highlights from the 7th and final ODI – Australia vs England 2009 – played at the Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street on September 20, 2009.

Scoreline: Aus 176 all out Ponting 53, Hussey 49 | Graeme Swann 10-28-5
Eng stumble to a win: Joe Denly 53, Strauss 47, Bresnan 10 no | Lee 10-3-33-1
Australia win the NatWest series 6-1

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England v Australia, 6th ODI, Trent Bridge Match Highlights

September 18th, 2009 Comments Off on England v Australia, 6th ODI, Trent Bridge Match Highlights Posted in Australia, England, Match Highlights, NatWest Series, One Day Match

Scoreline : Australia 296 for 8 (Paine 111, Hussey 65, Anderson 4-55) beat England 185 (Hopes 3-32) by 111 runs

Strauss: “It was a horror show with the bat. The crowd’s frustrated, and there’s none more frustrated than I am. As your confidence erodes, more errors creep in. You’ve got to keep playing positive but we haven’t done that tonight and we were well beaten. Our performances have been consistently bad, and we have the Champions Trophy with the same squad, so we need to deliver. Graham Onions might play in Durham. It’s not a nice position to be in right now, and I hope we realise it’s a chance for us to move forward.”

Ponting: “Another good performance, the total was always going to be a good one. It was good to see Paine play so well, great to see him get his first century. Hussey, White and Hopes did a good job as well. The idea of Siddle coming in as well as Hopes was to give the guys some time out in the middle ahead of the Champions trophy. We pride ourselves on the fielding, and I was glad it went well today. We’re back at No.1, we keep testing and challenging ourselves but we need to win in Durham to stay there.”

Paine, unsurprisingly, is the Man of the Match: “It’s a dream come true. I capitalised on the start today and I was rapt, though I was a bit of nervous in the 90s.. My job is to bat for long periods and rotate the strike. It always helps to have the experience of Hussey at the other end.”

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England vs Australia 5th ODI Highlights

September 16th, 2009 Comments Off on England vs Australia 5th ODI Highlights Posted in Australia, England, Match Highlights, One Day Match

Watch cricket highlights: England vs Australia – the 5th ODI played on September 15, 2009. Play started at 13:30 GMT

Australia 302 for 6 (Ponting 126, Clarke 52) beat England 299 (Morgan 58) by four wickets

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Compaq Cup, Final: India v Sri Lanka at Colombo (RPS), Sep 14, 2009 Match Highlights

September 14th, 2009 Comments Off on Compaq Cup, Final: India v Sri Lanka at Colombo (RPS), Sep 14, 2009 Match Highlights Posted in Compaq Cup, India, Match Highlights, One Day Match, Sri Lanka

Watch cricket highlights of the Compaq Cup Final – India vs Sri Lanka – played on September 14, 2009 at Colombo.

Scoreline : India 319 for 5 (Tendulkar 138, Yuvraj 56*, Dhoni 56) beat Sri Lanka 272 (Kandamby 66, Harbhajan 5-57) by 46 runs

Sangakkara: “At the end it turned out to be quite a good game. When you are in form, you have to maximise the opportunities. We were in the hunt till the end. Kandamby was once again the lynchpin of our middle-order. If we had couple more wickets in hand, we could have maximised our powerplay. When you think positive, don’t worry about the conditions, trust your team-mates to do their job, you can do a lot. I would like to thank Paul Fabrace for his amazing work.” [on his dismissal] : laughs.. You find new ways to get out. It was probably the only way I would have got out there tonight.”

Most stylish player of today’s game: Harbhajan Singh gets a bike. “It was a very important for us to win. All the boys chipped in. We could have fielded and bowled a little better … My job was to contain the runs, put pressure and take wickets.”

Man of the Match and Man of the series Sachin Tendulkar : “It’s been lot of fun out there. The conditions were difficult. MS and Yuvraj played a special innings. Fantastic effort from Bhaji and supported by others. Good team-effort. I lost all my nails. Congrats to Sri Lanka for producing some fantastic cricket. I would also like to thank the crowd. The body is holding up pretty well. few cramps and stuff but it’s holding up pretty well.”

Dhoni [All’s well that ends well?] ” No really, You got to learn from your mistakes. We made quite a few today on field. As a team we didn’t field well. Thanks to characters in the side, we ended up on the winning side. It’s very special to us. We are winning here after a long time. If you are the second best team, you can’t make these kind of mistakes. Hopefully next time, we won’t give width and bowl short to Dilshan. As a Indian side, when you lose a Tri series, when you go to press box, you know what the first question would be! So, it’s a nice to win. Rahul accepted to bat in the top’; we didn’t want to shuffle him down the order as he can really bat well at the top.” [On whom you would like to dedicate this trophy?] To Raj Singh Dungarpur.”

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