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HindustanTimes Tue,21 Oct 2014

Asia Cup 2012 : News

India aim to continue winning run

India would look to continue their recovery from the horror tour of Australia while Sachin Tendulkar would aim to the get the burden of a 100th international ton off his back when the team squares off against Bangladesh in an Asia Cup league match in Mirpur tomorrow.

Great past record but still need to be cautious

Playing against the weakest side on paper and in conditions that favour batsmen, Friday's match probably provides Sachin Tendulkar with the best chance to reach his milestone. Nilankur Das reports. Summary of results | Reckoner

Despite Sachin ton, Bangladesh beat India

Sachin Tendulkar finally reached his historic milestone of 100 international centuries, but Bangladesh chased India's 289 to win the Asia Cup ODI match today.

India's loss to B'desh helps SA climb to 2nd spot in ODI list

India's five-wicket defeat against Bangladesh in an Asia Cup match in Mirpur has helped South Africa secured second position in the ICC ODI Championship table at the April 1 cut-off date.

Sachin leaves mark of true greatness on the game: Vaughan

Comparing Sachin Tendulkar's 100 international centuries to Sir Donald Bradman's Test average of 99.94, former England captain Michael Vaughan said only "true greats in sport set an unreachable benchmark".

India face tough task against arch-rivals Pakistan

Stung by the upset defeat against minnows Bangladesh, India will be under immense pressure when they go into their must-win last Asia Cup league match against arch-rivals Pakistan on Sunday.

Entrepreneurs gear up to cash in on Indo-Pak match

With less than 24 hours remaining for Asia Cup's marquee match between Pakistan and India, entrepreneurs are gearing up to cash in on the huge interest surrounding the match.

Asia Cup: India play Pakistan in a do-or-die match today

Bangladesh have made Pakistan's job easy as India have dug themselves into a hole, Nilankur Das reports. Numbers game | India - Pakistan in ODIs

For Virat, thrill is in the chase

The Delhi lad pulverises Pakistan bowling to score 183, keeps India alive in the Asia Cup. Nilankur Das reports. Scorecard | 'Double ton crossed my mind once' | In the big league | India's highest successful run chase betters Lord's feat
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