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HindustanTimes Wed,20 Aug 2014

Asia Cup 2012 : News

Ganguly looks at the positives ahead of final

Bengal will be without key batsman Manoj Tiwary and in-form pacer Ashok Dinda but skipper Sourav Ganguly is hopeful there would be a change of luck in the Vijay Hazare one-day final clash against Mumbai on Monday.

Manoj, Yusuf should be given a chance

India returned earlier than expected from their tour Down Under and the 10 days in between must have helped the players get a good break before they embarked on the tour of Bangladesh for the Asia Cup. Sourav Ganguly writes.

Team that holds nerve shall prevail

India and Pakistan will clash on Sunday exactly a year after they tested each other's might in the 2011 World Cup semifinal. The last time around, a loss would have meant exit of the losing team.

Tendulkar's mark won't be touched

To score a hundred centuries in international cricket was unthinkable a few years back, but Sachin has always believed in stretching the limits. Javagal Srinath writes.

Missing out after coming so close will haunt Bangladesh

It was so near yet so far for Bangladesh. To lose the Asia Cup by two runs is bound to haunt the team and the tears said it all. It was a gallant fight and Bangladesh have every reason to feel that they missed out on the big moment. Sourav Ganguly writes.
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