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It's Tendulkar call to play or not in final: Robin Singh

The suspense over Sachin Tendukar's availability for the IPL final against Chennai Super Kings continues with Mumbai Indians coach Robin Singh saying it's the captain himself who has to take a final call.

It was emotional moment: Dhoni

Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today conceded that he became emotional after guiding his side to the IPL semifinals with an unbeaten 54 against Kings XI Punjab.

We are aware of complacency factor: Duminy

Already through to the semifinals of the Indian Premier League, Mumbai Indians batsman JP Duminy said the Sachin Tendulkar-led side needs to do away with complacency in their remaining two league matches of the Twenty20 event.

We want to finish off on a high: Ganguly

A miracle can only ensure his side semifinal berth in the IPL but Kolkata Knight Riders captain Sourav Ganguly said KKR would look to finish the tournament on a high by winning their remaining two matches.

We are getting better, says Gilchrist

Deccan Chargers captain Adam Gilchrist today expressed confidence of beating Kings XI Punjab in tomorrow's Indian Premier League match, saying his team was getting better with every match.

SRK takes the blame for Knights' poor IPL outing

Kolkata Knight Riders owner Shah Rukh Khan, taking the blame for his team's poor showing at the ongoing third edition of India Premier League (IPL), has offered "unconditional apologies to all" and "no promises anymore".

Pollard blitzkrieg did us in: Gambhir

Delhi Daredevils captain Gautam Gambhir conceded that West Indian Kieron Pollard's stunning late blitzkrieg of 13-ball 45 was mainly instrumental for his side's 39-run loss to Mumbai Indians in an IPL match.

Kolkata, Bangalore wickets better suited for T20: Gambhir

Delhi Daredevils skipper Gautam Gambhir today said he would prefer to play away matches in the Indian Premier League as Firozshah Kotla wicket is not as good for 20-over cricket as pitches in Bangalore and Kolkata.

We want to win next two matches for semifinal spot: DD coach

Delhi Daredevils coach Greg Shipperd said his side wants to avoid last minute scramble for a semifinal berth and would look to make the grade by winning the next two matches of the Indian Premier League.

We have been a collective failure: Gilchrist

Beleaguered Deccan Chargers captain Adam Gilchrist refused to blame any individual player for his side's disappointing performance in the Indian Premier League but conceded they have been a collective failure.

I will play for KKR till my retirement from IPL: Ganguly

There may be a buzz surrounding Sourav Ganguly's switch-over to the new IPL team in Pune but the former Indian captain made it clear that he would continue playing for the KKR.

Victory showed team is united: Jayawardene

Kings XI Punjab batsman Mahela Jayawardene today said his side's eight-wicket victory over Kolkata Knight Riders in an Indian Premier League.

Taylor says RCB have momentum in their side

Just-arrived Royal Challenger Bangalore batsman Ross Taylor today said key players in his side are in good touch and they would look to carry on the winning momentum against Delhi Daredevils in their Indian Premier League.

In trouble Kings XI Punjab can be party pooper: Whatmore

They may be struggling for a win and are virtually out of semi-final race but Kings XI Punjab can spoil others' party and Kolkata Knight Riders must not be complacent, said coach Dav Whatmore.

Don't want to leave it to net-run rate: Sekar

Sekar felt once the team had qualified for the semis it was irrelevant which side it faced in the knock-out stages.
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