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Little-known Phangiso celebrates Sachin’s wicket all night long!

Johannesberg: He was gunning for Sachin Tendulkar's wicket ever since Highveld Lions were drawn to play Mumbai Indians in the Champions League Twenty20 and so thrilled was little-known spinner Aaron Phangiso after getting the prized scalp that he remained up all night to celebrate.

ACB wants Watson to return to OZ leaving CLT20 midway

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Prolific Australian all-rounder Shane Watson could be ordered to return midway through the ongoing Champions League Twenty20 by the country's Cricket Board, which wants him to take a break after his s

Lions beat Mumbai by 8 wickets


Defending champions Mumbai Indians started their campaign on a disappointing note, losing to Lions by eight wickets, in their opening match of the Champions League Twenty20 on Sunday. The catalysts fo

More woes for Mallya as Nico Hulkenberg quits Force India for Sauber


Nico Hulkenberg will leave Sahara Force India and join fast-growing Sauber for the 2013 season, the media reports claimed on Sunday.

Hulkenberg, who was rumoured to be moving to Ferrari, today finis

Sydney Sixers humble Dhoni's men by 14 runs


Sydney Sixers relied on asuperb all-round show from Moises Henriques and a couple of stunning catches as they thumped Chennai Super Kings by 14 runs in their opening Champions League Twenty20 match on

Formidable South start as favourites


A formidable South Zone teamwill start as clear favourites against defending champions East Zone in the semi-final of the Duleep Trophy starting from tomorrow at the VDCA ground.

The 22-yard-strip at

Praises galore for India 'A' team after 'satisfying' NZ visit


The India A team's recently concludedtour of New Zealand, was a fruitful and highly satisfying visit, coach Lalchand Rajput said here on Tuesday.

The 'A' team drew the one-day series 1-1 and then dom

Umpire Darell Hair not surprised by fixing allegations

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Former umpire Darrell Hair is not at all surprised by the allegations of fixing against match officials, and said such rumours started doing rounds since the birth of the cash-rich Indian Premier Leag

Anand draws for the sixth time, signs peace with Vallejo Pons

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Bilbao (Spain): World Champion Viswanathan Anand played out his sixth draw on the trot, signing peace with Francisco Vallejo Pons of Spain in round six of fifth Final Masters chess championship here.

Majola disciplinary hearing over IPL bonuses delayed again

The disciplinary hearing of Cricket South Africa (CSA) chief executive Gerald Majola has been delayed yet again, this time at the request of the board due to unavailability of one of its key witnesses

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