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Ahmedabad, India – India sparked wild celebrations among its billion plus fans after ending Australia’s remarkable 12-year reign as World Cup champions with a thrilling five-wicket win in the quarter-finals.

Chasing 261 for victory, India fumbled and faltered but half-centuries from Sachin Tendulkar (53), Gautam Gambhir (50) and Yuvraj Singh (57 not out) eventually helped them to overwhelm...

Basseterre, St Kitts, CMC – Opener Taufeeq Umar made an unbeaten 97 as Pakistan took command of the Second Digicel Test against West Indies on Sunday, ending the third day with a lead of 251 and seven second innings wickets remaining.

 

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Chandigarh, India, CMC – West Indies opener Chris Gayle has picked up three places in the latest ICC One-Day International batting rankings released on Monday.

The big-hitting left-hander, who has had a relatively productive ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 campaign, is now 12th in the rankings which continue to be led by prolific South Africa opener Hashim Amla.

Gayle has scores of two...

Mumbai, India – Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni struck a dramatic six to bring the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 to India on Saturday after Sri Lanka had threatened to ruin their party.

Dhoni finished with 91 not out as India, chasing a target of 275, won by six wickets with 10 balls to spare at the Wankhede Stadium to win the 10th edition of the sport’s biggest event. They are also only the...

West Indies star player Stafanie Taylor has stormed into second place in the International Cricket Council's One-Day International Women’s Player Rankings for batters despite her side losing the recently completed five-match ODI series in India.

The 19-year-old all-rounder from Jamaica scored a total of 220 runs in the series, as well as claiming nine wickets, but her efforts were in...

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