May 16, 2009

In a class of his own

In the first nine matches of the IPL Matthew Hayden made more runs than any other batsman. Although his advanced age, 37, was offered as one of ...

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In a class of his own

In the first nine matches of the IPL Matthew Hayden made more runs than any other batsman. Although his advanced age, 37, was offered as one of ...

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Point to ponder?

Kolkata Knight Riders’ coach John Buchanan has called for the inclusion of a fifth overseas cricketer in the playing XI. Is the beleaguered ...

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Too much hype

The most disappointing feature of the English presence in this year’s IPL, even greater than Flintoff’s uneconomical bowling and KP’s ...

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Windies decline still evident

Show of grit from men outside the touring team’s big three — Chris Gayle, Ramnaresh Sarwan and Shivnarine Chanderpaul — held up England but ...

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Enough to look back and laugh

IPL 2009 is nothing if it isn�t not about the cricket. Nandita Sridhar takes a light-hearted tongue-in-cheek look at the Highs and Lows of ...

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Chelsea hearts broken by late, late Iniesta goal

Chelsea held the advantage against 10 men Barcelona while a goal in front. Ultimately they must accept some of the blame for failing to convert ...

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It is Ronaldo's magic

United had been authoritative in every aspect, even if Cristiano Ronaldo stole the attention with two goals. On this showing, he would be a ...

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Keane is back

Ireland’s Roy Keane, newly appointed manager of Ipswich Town, in his early spell at Sunderland, galvanised rather than demoralised the team and ...

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Tevez highlights the chasm between United and City

With the victory against Manchester City, the defending champions, United, now need a maximum of four points from their remaining three ...

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Brawn's second one-two of the season

It was a sign of the changing times in 2009 that Lewis Hamilton, the reigning world champion, was lapped by Jenson Button, the heir apparent, ...