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HindustanTimes Sun,21 Sep 2014

CL 2011: News

Champions League T20: Blues win in Super Over

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.

Jaded Dhoni leaves selectors between devil and deep sea

It is the Indian selectors’ turn on Thursday to pick their team for the same five-match series starting on October 14. The main point of interest is how they handle Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s case. Sanjjeev Karan Samyal reports.

Desperate Knights, tense Challengers

Following two straight losses in the main draw, the Kolkata Knight Riders find themselves almost out but clinging on to mathematical possibilities. They need two big wins and favourable results elsewhere to have any chance of progressing to the semi-finals. Nikhilesh Bhattacharya reports.

Bravo! CSK triumph

One team had clinched a morale boosting win in their opening game and the other had a heartbreaking loss. CSK came out with all guns blazing to clinch a nerve-wracking four-wicket win in the last over as they faced Cape Cobras. Shalabh Manocha reports.

Henriques wins tie for NSW

It couldn't have got closer than this, and in the end New South Wales left Trinidad and Tobago heart-broken by first forcing a tie and then winning the Super Over. Shalabh Manocha reports.

Bravo credits Dhoni for his match-winning knock

Chennai Super Kings all-rounder Dwayne Bravo credited Mahendra Singh Dhoni for his match-winning whirlwind knock against Cape Cobras, saying the CSK skipper "showed him the way how to play" in the slow Chepauk wicket in Chennai.

Kallis, Gauti shining Knights

The nine-wicket win, following two straight losses, keeps the KKR alive in Champions League T20. The RCB were left on the brink, yet to win a game. Nikhilesh Bhattacharya reports. Scorecard

KKR look to continue revival, face Warriors in tough battle

After a morale-boosting win over Royal Challengers Bangalore, Kolkata Knight Riders are in for a tough battle when they take on rampaging group B toppers Warriors in their Champions League clash at the M Chinnaswamy stadium in Bangalore tomorrow.

MI rumble before rain plays spoilsport

Debutant Sarul Kanwar and Kieron Pollard take Cape bowlers apart, Rohit Bhaskar reports. Scorecard | Midway, who stands where?


Redbacks invites Somerset to bat

South Australia Redbacks skipper Michael Klinger won the toss and elected to bowl against Somerset in their Champions League Twenty20 cricket match at M Chinnaswamy Stadium today. Scorecard

Somerset-South Australia tie abandoned because of rain

A heavy downpour forced the Champions League T20 group 'B' contest between Somerset and South Australia Redbacks to be abandoned without a single ball being bowled at the Chinnaswamy stadium today.

KKR win rain affected match against Warriors by 22 runs

For the third straight match rain played spoilsport, but on this occasion there was just enough time for the Kolkata Knight Riders to seal a 22-run win via the D/L method over the Warriors. Rohit Bhaskar reports. Scorecard

Fleming takes a dig at MI

He took a dig at Mumbai Indians, who have been allowed an extra fifth foreign player. "We don't have that, so we just try some different things." Khurram Habib reports.

Mumbai left hurting after imports flop

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

Chennai Super Kings humbled at home

In the end, Chennai Super Kings realised they had made a total hash of it. Despite Albie Morkel finishing off with two huge sixes, Trinidad & Tobago won by 12 runs. Khurram Habib reports. Scorecard
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