Advertisement

HindustanTimes Mon,21 Apr 2014

IPL 2012 : News

Sehwag, Pietersen unleash the Daredevils within

The big hitters hit quick fifties as Delhi make short work of Mumbai for the second time this season. N Ananthanarayanan reports. Scorecard | Main men | Cracking shots

Starting trouble for MI

For Harbhajan Singh's team, the opening combination has become a game of musical chairs. In seven games, the captain has tried six combinations, but is yet to get it right. Sanjjeev Karan Samyal reports.

Harbhajan fading fast from the wickets' column

Dropped from the India team due to poor form and injury during last year's disastrous England tour, the off-spinner has continued to struggle at lower levels. N Ananthanarayanan reports. The doosra

Top guns look to rediscover lost touch

On paper, they have one of the strongest line-ups in the IPL, but when they lock horns against the CSK in the return leg tomorrow, it will be the firepower in their bowling that the MI will be banking on. Sanjjeev Karan Samyal reports.

It’s an ‘open’ and shut case, Mahela

There’s no point trying to keep something under the wraps when everyone knows about it. Mahela Jayawardene tried something similar, and the attempt, as expected, fell flat. Subhash Rajta reports.

Masterclass & final dash

Rohit Sharma might have played a rash shot at a crucial juncture in Sunday's game, which gave the Chennai Super Kings an opportunity to get back into the contest, but this Mumbai lad, who is turning into a seasoned cricketer with each passing day, doesn’t have any regrets. Firoz Mirza reports.

I'm working on a new delivery

The Mumbai Indians' bowler, who again is on the top of the bowling charts, spoke to HT on a wide range of issues, including the burning country versus IPL debate and his recent back injury, which forced him to miss a few games. Malinga in IPL

RCB are Gayle & hearty

James Franklin was out facing the gentle medium pace from Robin Singh and Aiden Blizzard. But all the hard work put in by the left-handed batsman was undone, an over into the game against Royal Challengers Bangalore on Wednesday. Anand Sachar reports. Scorecard

Race to play-offs just got more exciting

Tuesday's game between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore will mark the conclusion of three-fourths of the league stage of the IPL V. HT reports.

The Knight who changed fortunes

After being removed from the India vice-captaincy, the KKR captaincy was a test of character. Gambhir, however, has quietly aced that test, ticking almost every box that makes a successful captain. Somshuvra Laha reports.

Narine's four-for helps KKR secure playoff berth

The players appeared jittery, the umpires acted nervously and the administrators were tense. The cloud of the spot-fixing controversy has clearly dampened the mood of the IPL fraternity. Sanjeev Karan Samyal reports.

MI coach Robin blames batsmen for KKR defeat

Blaming the batsmen for surrendering meekly to Kolkata Knight Riders' varied bowling attack in their IPL match, Mumbai Indians coach Robin Singh said that terming the team's batting as "extremely poor" is an understatement on this Wankhede wicket.

Sachin, Smith seal perfect MI win over Royals

On Sunday evening, playing their last match of this season against the Mumbai Indians, who have already qualified for the play-offs, the Royals appeared distinctly flat. Debjeet Kundu reports. The home stretch | Scorecard

We would carry the confidence into playoff: Smith

Mumbai Indians batsman Dwayne Smith, who struck a match-winning half-century against Royal Challengers Bangalore, said he did not expect the emphatic 10-wicket triumph that his team managed.

Miffed domestic players rue lack of opportunities

Genuine domestic talent and Mumbai boys, Suryakumar Yadav and Dhawal Kulkarni, will surely not be looking for rest, having managed to play just a game apiece for the Mumbai Indians. Anand Sachar reports.
1 | 2 | 3


Advertisement

trending video

We regret the action of Luke Pomersbach: Vijay Mallya
Advertisement

IPL made a positive impact on world cricket: Nannes

Dirk Nannes and Ray Jenning
Royal Challengers Bangalore pacer Dirk Nannes feels that the high-profile Indian Premier League has been a good learning experience for players from across the countries, and the Twenty20 tournament has made a positive impact on world cricket.

What a revelation Nadeem has been for the Daredevils

Kotla crowd epitomises spirit of Indian cricket

It's wrong to crucify players unsuited for Twenty20 format

Advertisement
Copyright © 2014 HT Media Limited. All Rights Reserved