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Pakistani fans at MohaliFans blame Misbah for Pak loss

Islamabad, March 30: Despondent Pakistani cricket fans on Wednesday assigned blame to a sluggish Misbah-ul-Haq for defeat in the World Cup semi-final match at Mohali against arch-foe India.India defeated Pakistan by 29 runs in a match billed as "the mother of
Shahid AfridiAfridi expects mature response from Pak fans

Mohali, Mar 31: Vanquished Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi expects a mature reaction from Pakistani cricket fans when the team returns home after going down to archrivals India in the high voltage World Cup semi-final clash in Mohali on Wednesday."I think people
Harbahjan SinghExcited to play final in Mumbai: Bhajji

Mohali, March 30: Off-spinner Harbhajan Singh is thrilled that India are playing in Mumbai in the World Cup final on Saturday as the city has become his second home after becoming a resident of the city on account of being a
Gary KirstenGary Kirsten confirms sign-off as India coach

Mohali, March 30: He has been a quiet man behind the scenes, monitoring the progress of Team India meticulously and it's no wonder therefore why every Indian player wants Gary Kirsten to remain the coach of the national team (Kirsten's stats).But
Sachin TendulkarInd Vs Pak: Sachin and his six lives

Mohali, March 31: Indian run-machine Sachin Tendulkar might have copped the Man-of-the-Match award for an ostensibly creditable top-score of 85 against Pakistan in the semi-final of the World Cup 2011 on Saturday. But the magnitude of that achievement belies the fact
Ind beat Pak by 29 runs,set up final clash with SL

Mohali, March 30: In the end Pakistan were not good enough to run down India's 260/9, falling short by 29 runs as the home side go through to the summit clash against Sri Lanka at Mumbai on April 2. Pakistan got
Ind Vs Pak WC semis: Riaz's 5 keeps India to 260

Mohali, March 30: A fantastic spell of bowling from Wahab Riaz, who took 5/46, kept India to 260/9 in their 50 overs when initially it looked like the home side would have had enough momentum to cross 300. India got
Dhoni and AfridiIndia vs Pakistan: Dhoni wins toss, elects to bat

Mohali, Mar 30: In the second semi-final of the World Cup 2011, at Mohali, India have won the all-important toss and not surprisingly have decided to bat first. (Scorecard), (Ball by Ball), (Commentary) (Pictures)Although Mohali is known
India's spotless WC record against Pak

Mohali, March 30: The air in the subcontinent is tense with anticipation as old arch foes India and Pakistan get set to slug it out for a place in final of the World Cup 2011. Both teams must be buoyant coming
Daniel VettoriVettori steps down from NZ captaincy, quits T20

Colombo, Mar. 30: Left arm spinner Daniel Vettori has confirmed that he will stand down from the New Zealand cricket captaincy, and also retire from Twenty20 cricket (statistics). Speaking after his side's five-wicket World Cup semi-final loss to Sri Lanka in
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