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SA in World Cups: The jinx continues...

Dhaka, March 25: One would be inclined to think that South Africa is cursed with the manner in which they promise so much in World Cups and then crash out just as they begin to look like a force to reckon
Oram glows as NZ shock SA to make semis

Dhaka, March 25: Title-favourites South Africa crashed out of the World Cup 2011 in the quarterfinal after a mind-numbing performance from the Kiwis at Dhaka's Sher-e-Bangla Stadium. Jacob Oram shone for the Black Caps, taking four wickets as he denied the
Morne Morkel bowled Jacob Oram cheaplySA pacers, Tahir keep NZ to 221/8

Dhaka, March 25: Some tight bowling and fielding from South Africa ensured that New Zealand wouldn't make more than 221/8 in their 50 overs. Jesse Ryder was the glue that held the innings together for the Kiwis though his 83 came
Jesse RyderSA put check on Kiwi run-flow

Dhaka, March 25: The Kiwis were crawling along in their innings, having reached 92/2 in 25 overs as the South Africans were successfully containing them and putting a tab on their run-flow. After a couple of early blows, Jesse Ryder and
NZ vs SA: NZ win toss, opt to bat first

Dhaka, March 25: Boosting their chances of forcing an upset against South Africa, New Zealand have won the toss and opted to bat first at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium at Dhaka. This quarterfinal match of the World Cup 2011, as it
Super Sachin inaugurates 18,000 club

Ahmedabad, Mar 25: The enormity of India's victory against Australia in the quarter-finals of ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, can be gauged from the fact that not only the entire Indian nation but also its hawkish media have failed to notice
Shahid AfridiHow will India handle "lunatic" Afridi?

Mohali, March 25: It's a semi-final to savour. The mother of all showdowns will unfold when India takes on arch rivals Pakistan in the last-four stage of the World Cup 2011. And one soldier of the opposition who will lurking in
Michael Yardy, Image: GettyDepressed England allrounder Yardy flies home

London, Mar 25: There seems to be a strange connection between English cricketer's and mental fatigue. First it was Marcus Trescothick, a very fine left-handed opening batsman, whose England Cricket career ended abruptly due to depression, it is now fellow all-rounder
Daniel VettoriMills out, Vettori in WC QF

Dhaka, Mar 25: New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori, who missed the last two group games due to a knee injury, is expected to make his return in today's World Cup quarterfinal against South Africa in Dhaka.With his knee heavily strapped, Vettori
Media finally acknowledges Yuvraj's talent

Ahmedabad, March 24: The man who has dished out the ultimate answer to his critics and detractors, noticed with resounding delight how the tide has turned. "First time in my life there have been claps in a press conference. I am
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