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Malinga is our ‘go to <strong>man</strong>’ under pressure: Mathews

Malinga is our ‘go to man’ under pressure: Mathews

26 Feb 2014

Fatullah (Bangladesh): Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews on Tuesday heaped praise on Lasith Malinga, who played a crucial role in his side's 12-run win over Pakistan in the Asia Cup opener, and said the right-arm fast bowler has been his "go to man" under pressure situations.

Malinga,   Sri Lanka vs Pakistan,   Asia Cup 2014,   Fatullah,   Angelo Mathews,  
India eye win in fourth ODI to keep series <strong>alive</strong> against New Zealand

India eye win in fourth ODI to keep series alive against New Zealand

27 Jan 2014

Hamilton: Having snatched a thrilling tie from the jaws of defeat in the last game, India would look to build on their new-found momentum and aim for their first win of the tour in order to keep the contest alive when they take on New Zealand in the fourth ODI on Tuesday.

India vs New Zealand,   Ind vs NZ,   ODI series,   India ranking,   MS Dhoni,   Virat Kohli,   India ODI,   Match preview,  
Ajax stun Barcelona to keep Champions League hope <strong>alive</strong>

Ajax stun Barcelona to keep Champions League hope alive

27 Nov 2013

Amsterdam: Despite playing with 10 men for most of the second half, Ajax beat FC Barcelona 2-1 on Tuesday to maintain a chance of continuation in the Champions League.

Ajax,   FC Barcelona,   Champions League,   Lionel Messi,   Adriano Correia,  
Dhoni compares Maxwell with Tendulkar, Sehwag in talent

Dhoni compares Maxwell with Tendulkar, Sehwag in talent

08 May 2014

Cuttack: Glenn Maxwell's stupendous 38-ball 90 in Kings XI Punjab's win over Chennai Super Kings in an IPL match on Wednesday prompted the losing captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni to compare the Australian with the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag in talent.

Glenn Maxwell,   Kings XI Punjab,   Chennai Super Kings,   IPL 2014,   Sachin Tendulkar,   Virender Sehwag,   Punjab innings,   Dwayne Smith,   Barabati Stadium wicket,   Man-of-the-Match Maxwell,   ,  
Cook 'right <strong>man</strong>' to rebuild shattered England

Cook 'right man' to rebuild shattered England

06 Jan 2014

Sydney: Captain Alastair Cook on Sunday said he knows what it takes to rebuild shattered England from the rubble of their 5-0 Ashes series humiliation against Australia.

Alastair Cook,   England vs Australia Test,   Ashes series,   Sydney Test,   England and Wales Cricket Board,  
Hockey Junior World Cup: India beat Canada 3-2, keep quarterfinal hopes <strong>alive</strong>

Hockey Junior World Cup: India beat Canada 3-2, keep quarterfinal hopes alive

08 Dec 2013

New Delhi: India registered a remarkable come-from-behind 3-2 victory against Canada in a Pool C clash to kitty their first three points of the Hockey Junior World Cup at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium in Delhi on Saturday.

Hockey Junior World Cup,   Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium,   Mandeep Singh,   talwinder singh,   penalty corner,  
McCullum a ‘relieved <strong>man</strong>’ after New Zealand beat India in Auckland Test

McCullum a ‘relieved man’ after New Zealand beat India in Auckland Test

10 Feb 2014

Auckland: New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum was a relieved man after his decision not to enforce follow-on did not lead to his team's defeat against India in the first cricket Test, which the hosts won by 40 runs to go 1-0 up in the two-match series.

New Zealand skipper,   Brendon McCullum,   Auckland Test,   India vs New Zealand,   Ind vs NZ Test,  
Amit Mishra bags consecutive <strong>Man</strong>-of-the Match awards in ICC World T20 Championship

Amit Mishra bags consecutive Man-of-the Match awards in ICC World T20 Championship

24 Mar 2014

New Delhi: Amit Mishra put up yet another clinical display in a group league encounter and bagged consecutive Man-of-the-Match in the ICC World T20 Championships.

Amit Mishra,   Amit Mishra bowling,   Amit Mishra man of the match,   India vs Pakistan,   India vs West Indies,   Amit Mishra T20,   Indian spinners,   ICC World T20,  
Deepika Kumari keeps India's medal hopes <strong>alive</strong> at Archery World Cup

Deepika Kumari keeps India's medal hopes alive at Archery World Cup

22 Aug 2013

Kolkata: Deepika Kumari got back into rhythm and kept India's medal hopes alive advancing into the round of 32 in the recurve individual section at the Archery World Cup Stage 4 in Wroclaw, Poland.

Deepika Kumari,   Deepika archery,   Indian archers,   Archery world cup,   Latest news,  
Walsh right <strong>man</strong> to be men's hockey coach, says Harendra

Walsh right man to be men's hockey coach, says Harendra

24 Jan 2014

Mumbai: Former India hockey coach Harendra Singh came out in support of current coach Terry Walsh saying the ex-Australia forward was the right choice as the team had improved under him, but cautioned that further progress to medal status would be gradual.

Terry Walsh,   India hockey,   hockey coach,   World Hockey League,   WHL,   Hockey World Cup,  

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