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HindustanTimes Mon,29 Dec 2014

CL T20 2013: News

Keep emotions in check, Kumble to MI players

The upcoming Champions LeagueTwenty20 is all set to be Sachin Tendulkar's last appearance for the Mumbai Indians but chief mentor Anil Kumble feels the emotions related to the veteran's swansong should be kept in check to ensure that the side's performance is not affected.

CLT20: Dhawan back to old hunting ground

Shikhar Dhawan has gone from strength to strength since he scored that swashbuckling century on Test debut against Australia in Mohali in March.

CLT20: High-voltage opening act delivers as Kiwis take flight

Coming in for Otago Volts at the fall of Neil Broom off the second ball of the chase, McCullum played an effortless knock to give his side victory in the opening Champions League T20 qualifiers.

CLT20: Shikhar’s Sunrisers eliminate Faisalabad Wolves

Boasting of an in-from batting line-up and one of the best bowling attacks in the IPL, the Sunrisers Hyderabad fired against the Faisalabad Wolves to send the side to the group stage.

CLT20: Ryan the man as Otago close in on Maroons

Doeschate proved his worth again by guiding the Otago Volts to a comfortable win vs Maroons, contributing with both bat and ball to take them to the group stage of the CLT20. Ashutosh Sharma reports.

Misbah-ul-Haq not worried about losing captaincy

Pakistan's under-fire captain Misbah-ul-Haq has made it clear that he was not worried about losing the captaincy and was ready to serve the national cricket team in any capacity.

Raina applauds CSK batsmen

CSK batsman Suresh Raina applauds his team for a great start and an equally good finish, as it overhauled 185 runs scored by Titans in the Champions League T20 tie.

Rajasthan Royals have winning momentum, says Rahane

Opener Ajinkya Rahane is confident that Rajasthan Royals have the upperhand going into the Champions League Twenty20 match against Highveld Lions in Jaipur on Wednesday.

Titans hang on to clinch a thriller

The dark and a gloomy noon gave way to clear evening skies at the PCA stadium, Brisbane Heat pacer Matthew Gale found himself tangled in a comedy of errors. The T20 debutant had just removed Jacques Rudolph on the second ball of his first over. Kuldeep Panwar reports.

Bravo bosses over Steyn and Co

For Darren Bravo, cricket runs in his blood. First cousin of Brain Lara, the young Bravo had moulded himself on the West Indies great. Ashutosh Sharma reports.

Royals tame Lions by 30 runs, win 10th straight game at home

It was a 'veteran's night out' at Sawai Man Singh Stadium as 38-year-old Brad Hodge and 41-year-old Pravin Tambe engineered a comfortable 30-run victory for Rajasthan Royals against Highveld Lions in Jaipur on Wednesday.

CL T20: Raina, Dhoni lead CSK to narrow win over Sunrisers

Suresh Raina smashed a quick fire half-century while skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni produced a belligerent unbeaten 63 as CSK held their nerves to pull off a narrow 12-run win over Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Would have loved to play MI in semis: Fleming

CSK coach Stephen Fleming has said that they would have loved to play Mumbai Indians in the semi-finals of the CLT20 after crumbling to an eight-wicket defeat against Trinidad and Tobago in their last league game in New Delhi.

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.

Tendulkar's experience on Kotla track will be crucial: Wright

Mumbai Indians coach John Wright today said senior batsman Sachin Tendulkar's experience of playing on the slow and turning Feroze Shah Kotla track will play a crucial role in tomorrow's semi-final clash against Trinidad and Tobago in New Delhi.
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