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HindustanTimes Fri,29 Aug 2014

CL T20 2013: News

Improving as batsman key to comeback: Dinesh Karthik

From the lows of 2010, Dinesh Karthik has managed to make a comeback. As he prepares for the CLT20, a bigger challenge awaits the keeper-batsman as he looks to break into the Test squad. HT caught up with the Mumbai Indians player on Tuesday.

CLT20 standard is better than Big Bash in Australia: Katich

Australian batsman Simon Katich says the level of competition in the Champions League Twenty20 is far better than what he has seen in the Big Bash back home.

CLT20: pull of India still tugs at heartstrings of T&T players

For a person not well-versed with the teams, mistaking Ravi Rampaul and Sunil Narine to be Indians on the basis of appearance and name could be a possibility.

Royals’ impeccable record, Super Kings' cause for concern

Now under the leadership of Rahul Dravid, the Royals are in the middle of an invincible run. Prior to the four victories in the ongoing Champions League T20, the side registered eight consecutive wins in the IPL.

Trinidad and Tobago look to blow up starry MI batting line-up

It was a bit hard to assess the mood in the Mumbai Indians camp, but they must surely be fighting the temptation to rest Sachin Tendulkar for the Champions League Twenty20 semifinal against Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday.

Mumbai win against Trinidad and Tobago, Sachin gets 50,000 runs

Mumbai Indians rode on Dwayne Smith's quick-fire half-century and his 90-run opening-wicket partnership with Sachin Tendulkar to book a final berth in the Champions League Twenty20 with a six-wicket win over Trinidad and Tobago.

CLT20 final: Tendulkar ends T20 career on a winning note

Mumbai Indians on Sunday gave a fitting farewell to Sachin Tendulkar's T20 career by notching up a 33-run victory over Rajasthan Royals to clinch the Champions League Twenty20 title in New Delhi. Scorecard

Fitting T20 farewell for Tendulkar

It was a perfect farewell for batting great Sachin Tendulkar, playing in his last Twenty20 match, as the Mumbai Indians won the Champions League Twenty20 title defeating the Rajasthan Royals in the final at the Ferozeshah Kotla in New Delhi on Sunday.

Bhajji's 3-wicket burst turned game in MI's favour: Dravid

Rajasthan Royals skipper Rahul Dravid on Sunday said that Mumbai Indians off-spinner Harbhajan Singh's three-wicket burst in the 17th over turned the Champions League Twenty20 final on its head and his side lost the plot after that.
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