Good fielding and South Africans go hand in hand but Saturday wasn't quite a day for the Cape Cobras. Shalabh Manocha reports.
New South Wales captain Simon Katich has held the team's middle-order responsible for their seven-wicket loss in the Champions League Twenty20 in Chennai today, saying they failed to take advantage of Cape Cobras' numerous fielding errors.
New South Wales Blues edged out Trinidad and Tobago in the Super Over following a tie to record their first win in two matches of the Champions League T20 tournament, here today.
MI needed a win to reach the semis. But their batsmen misread the wicket. It demanded patience and perseverance but they tried to force the pace. Khurram Habib reports. Scorecard
The New South Wales coach Anthony Stuart on Monday revealed that it is under Cricket Australia's instructions that Shane Watson's bowling is being used sparingly in the Champions League T20.
Finally, runs rained at the MA Chinnaswamy Stadium on Tuesday. David Warner made a mockery of the slow track to notch up the highest individual score (135 no) in a Champions League game and push the Chennai Super Kings out of the tournament. Khurram Habib reports. Warner blitzkrieg
Although disappointed with Chennai Super Kings' ouster from the Champions League T20, India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni feels that it will be a "blessing in disguise" ahead of his team's important ODI series against England which starts from October 14.
New South Wales captain Simon Katich said a couple of dropped catches cost his side the Champions League Twenty20 semifinal against Royal Challengers Bangalore.