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>Sachin tandulkar first interview

>Sachin tendulkar’s interview before going his first test to west indies…

September 23, 2010 Posted by | Interview, Sachin tandulkar | Leave a comment

>Pakistan’s suspicious matches


Pakistan v Australia ODI at Colombo on September 7, 1994:

Australia, playing their first match after a long gap of five months, were precariously placed at 49 for four at one stage after being sent into bat. They recovered and eventually made 179 for seven off their allotted 50 overs.

Chasing a rather easy target, Pakistan were well on course as two star batsmen Saeed Anwar and Inzamam-ul-Haq were associated in 75-run stand for the second wicket.

At this stage things beginning to happen as Inzamam was stumped and Saeed Anwar was forced to retire with hamstring injury. Wickets tumbled at regular intervals with the Man of the Match Shane Warne and Steve Waugh doing most of the damage with three wickets each.

From winning position, Pakistan were restricted to 151 for nine in their stipulated 50 overs and lost the game by 28 runs in the end.

Pakistan v Ireland ODI at Kingston on March 17, 2007:

Ireland won the toss and had no hesitation in putting Pakistan into bat on green hard pitch. From the onset, Pakistan lost wickets at regular intervals and only late revival by Kamran Akmal (27) and handsome contributions by extras (29) took the score to 132 off 45.4 overs.

Mohammad Sami’s pace did early damage to Ireland’s innings, but Niall O’Brien’s masterly innings of 72 held the innings together as he guided his team to three-wicket triumph and himself to coveted Man of the Match award.

Pakistan crashed out of the World Cup at the earliest possible moment. But their shocking defeat eclipsed hours later by the saddest news of all: the death of Pakistan’s coach Bob Woolmer.

Pakistan v Australia Test at Sydney on January 3-6, 2010:

Australia, electing to bat first, were bowled out for 127 in their first innings well inside four hours with Mohammad Asif being chief destroyer of the innings with figures of six for 41.

Pakistan consolidated their grip on the match with a sizeable lead of 206 runs. In their second essay, Australia were 257 for eight – a lead of just 51 runs with two wickets in hand.

At this juncture, the turn-around begun to take place as Kamran Akmal messed up five chances including a run-out. Man of the Match Michael Hussey (134 not out) and Peter Siddle took full advantage of the situation as they took the score to 381.

Chasing 176-run target, Pakistan were dramatically bowled out for 139 and handed over 36-run victory to Australia inside four days.

Pakistan v Sri Lanka ODI at Dambulla on June 15, 2010:

This was the very opening match of the Asia Cup. Sri Lanka after choosing to bat first, made a respectable score of 242 for nine off their stipulated 50 overs. Shoaib Akhtar appearing after a long gap of more than twelve months, was the most successful bowler with a haul of three for 41off his 10 overs.

In reply, Pakistan were in the doldrums with score-line reading 32 for four in 13.2 overs. Then skipper Shahid Afridi played a gem of an innings of 109 runs off just 76 deliveries which contained 8 fours and 7 sixes.

His innings almost brought Pakistan to the jaws of victory only to miss the opportunity in the end to lose the game by 16 runs. He was however named Man of the Match for his swashbuckling knock.

Pakistan v England Test at Lord’s on August 26-29, 2010:

This was yet another case of Pakistan conceding advantageous situation and eventually losing the game with a day to spare.

After putting England into bat, Pakistan had the home team on the mat as they were tottering at 102 for seven off 38.4 overs. Some dropped catches helped England to make marked recovery as Jonathan Trott (184) and Stuart Broad (169) added a world record 332 runs for the eighth wicket. England went on to make 446.

The shocking news was the innings was marred by series of pre-determined no-balls from two Mohammads – Amir and Asif.

In reply, Pakistan were bundled out for 74 & 147; and suffered innings defeat. The allegations of spot-fixing were raised with match still in progress.

September 23, 2010 Posted by | Cricket News, Pakistan | Leave a comment

>Sachin Tendulkar


Batting Statistics
Type Mat Inn NO Runs HS BF Avg SR 100 50 6s 4s
ODI 442 431 41 17598 200 20548 45.12 46 93 185 1000+
Test 169 276 29 13838 248 25425 56.02 48 56 57 1000+
T20 1 1 0 10 10 12 10.00 83.33 0 0 0 2
IPL 34 34 5 1122 89 900 38.69 124.67 0 8 15 144
Bowling Statistics
Type Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Econ Avg SR 4W 5W 10W
ODI 442 8020 6817 154 5/32 5/32 5.10 44.27 52.08 4 2 0
Test 169 3994 2303 44 3/10 3/14 3.46 52.34 90.77 0 0 0
T20 1 15 12 1 1/12 1/12 4.80 12.00 15.00 0 0 0
IPL 34 36 58 0 0/0 0/0 9.67 0 0 0

Career Statistics

ODI Debut: vs Pakistan, On Dec 18, 1989 at Jinnah Stadium, Pakistan

Last ODI played: vs South Africa, On Feb 24, 2010 at Captain Roop Singh Stadium, India

Test Debut: vs Pakistan, On Nov 15, 1989 at National Stadium, Pakistan

Last Test played: vs Sri Lanka, On Aug 3, 2010 at P Sara Oval, Sri Lanka

T20 Debut: vs South Africa, On Dec 1, 2006 at The Wanderers Stadium, South Africa

Last T20 played: vs South Africa, On Dec 1, 2006 at
IPL Debut: vs Chennai Super Kings, On May 14, 2008 12:00:00 AM at Wankhede Stadium, India

Last IPL played: vs Chennai Super Kings, On Apr 25, 2010 12:00:00 AM at Dr DY Patil Sports Academy, India

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September 23, 2010 Posted by | Sachin Tendulkar | Leave a comment

>ICC rankings for Tests and ODIs


ICC Test Championship

29 Aug 2010
Team Matches Points Rating
India 31 3944 127
South Africa 29 3463 119
Sri Lanka 23 2635 115
Australia 34 3830 113
England 39 4355 112
Pakistan 23 1918 83
West Indies 21 1668 79
New Zealand 25 1946 78
Bangladesh 19 131 7

ICC ODI Championship

22 Sep 2010
Team Matches Points Rating
Australia 32 4229 132
India 33 3811 115
Sri Lanka 30 3458 115
South Africa 17 1950 115
England 28 3147 112
New Zealand 20 2239 112
Pakistan 22 2176 99
West Indies 18 1207 67
Bangladesh 24 1277 53
Ireland 8 361 45
Zimbabwe 24 859 36
Netherlands 6 103 17

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>Happy with security in India: Mitchell

The Australian cricket team is in India and the Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson has said his team is happy with the security provided by the country to counter terror.

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>Yuvraj Singh dropped from Test series against Australia


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>ICC Awards 2010 – ICC Names Short Lists For Annual Awards


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Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag of India, Hashim Amla of South Africa and England’s Graeme Swann have all been short-listed for the top honour at the LG ICC Awards 2010.

Tendulkar, Sehwag and Amla are also short-listed for the Test Player of the Year alongside South Africa’s Dale Steyn at the seventh annual LG ICC Awards, presented in association with the Federation of International Cricketers’ Associations (FICA).

Tendulkar is also in contention for the ODI Player of the Year award as he is short-listed in that category with Australia duo of Shane Watson and Ryan Harris as well as South Africa’s AB de Villiers.

The Twenty20 International Performance of the Year sees New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum short-listed alongside Australia’s Michael Hussey, Sri Lanka’s Mahela Jayawardena and South Africa’s Ryan McLaren.

The long-lists of nominations were made by a five-man ICC selection panel chaired by former West Indies captain and current chairman of the ICC Cricket Committee Clive Lloyd. The panel also includes former players such as India’s Ravi Shastri, Matthew Hayden of Australia, Angus Fraser of England and Zimbabwe’s Duncan Fletcher.

The short-lists were created after the individual player awards were voted for by an academy of 25 highly credentialed cricket personalities from around the world*. The academy includes a host of former players, respected members of the media as well as representatives of the Emirates Elite Panels of ICC Umpires and ICC Match Referees.

The LG ICC Awards ceremony is now in its seventh year and this year is being held in Bengaluru. Previous ceremonies were held in London (2004), Sydney (2005), Mumbai (2006), Johannesburg (2007 and 2009) and Dubai (2008).

LG ICC Awards 2010
Short-lists of nominees

Cricketer of the Year

Hashim Amla (SA)
Virender Sehwag (Ind)
Graeme Swann (Eng)
Sachin Tendulkar (Ind)

Test Player of the Year

Hashim Amla (SA)
Virender Sehwag (Ind)
Dale Steyn (SA)
Sachin Tendulkar (Ind)

ODI Player of the Year

Ryan Harris (Aus)
Sachin Tendulkar (Ind)
AB de Villiers (SA)
Shane Watson (Aus)

Emerging Player

Umar Akmal (Pak)
Steven Finn (Eng)
Angelo Matthews (SL)
Tim Paine (Aus)

Associate and Affiliate Player of the Year

Ryan ten Doeschate (Ned)
Trent Johnson (Ire)
Kevin O’Brien (Ire)
Mohammed Shahzad (Afg)

Twenty20 International Performance of the Year

Michael Hussey (Aus) for his 60 not out in 24 balls against Pakistan in the semi-final of the ICC World Twenty20 2010 in St Lucia on 14 May
Mahela Jayawardena (SL) for his 100 in 64 balls against Zimbabwe in Guyana on 3 May and his 98 not out in 56 balls against West Indies in Bridgetown on 7 May 2010 both during the ICC World Twenty20 2010

Ryan McLaren (SA) for taking 5-19 against the West Indies on 19 May in Antigua
Brendon McCullum (NZ) for his striking of 116 not out in 56 balls against Australia in Christchurch, New Zealand on 28 February

Women’s Cricketer of the Year

Katherine Brunt (Eng)
Shelley Nitschke (Aus)
Ellyse Perry (Aus)
Stafanie Taylor (WI)

Umpire of the Year

Aleem Dar
Steve Davis
Tony Hill
Simon Taufel

Spirit of Cricket

New Zealand
Sri Lanka

September 23, 2010 Posted by | ICC Awards, ICC Awards 2010, Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag | Leave a comment