HindustanTimes Fri,04 Sep 2015

CL 2011: News

Pujara fighting to find his feet again

As the Royal Challengers Bangalore gear up for the main draw of the Champions League T20, their young star Cheteshwar Pujara is on the sidelines, fighting a battle he has fought before. Records and injuries

Challengers ready for the war

The battle to determine the best Twenty20 side begins on Friday when the Royal Challengers Bangalore take on the Warriors, of South Africa, in the Champions League T20 opener. Nikhilesh Bhattacharya  reports. Local stars

Prince leads Warriors to a thrilling victory

At the end, you felt bad for S Aravind. With the Warriors needing seven off the last over to win the Champions League T20 opener against the Royal Challengers, the left-arm pacer did almost everything right till the final two deliveries went for four and two to hand the match to the visitors. Nikhilesh Bhattacharya reports. Scorecard

Sloppy fielding a Royal mess

When Virat Kohli ran back from point and completed an excellently judged catch to send back Warriors opener Jon Jon Smuts in Bangalore on Friday night, the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) looked on their way to matching the South African side in the field. Nikhilesh Bhattacharya reports.

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

Chris Gayle burst spurs Royal Challengers

Gayle's pyrotechnics guided RCB to a commanding 206/6 against Somerset in their Champions League T20 match at the M Chinnaswamy stadium on Monday. Somerset, in reply, were restricted to 155-6. Rohit Bhaskar reports. Scorecard

Kartik's last-ball six gives RCB the last semi-final spot

David Warner blew away the semi-final chances of holders Chennai Super Kings on Tuesday. Daniel Harris almost made it another Australia Day in the Champions League Twenty20 on Wednesday. HT reports. Semifinal line-up

Kohli injures left thumb while playing in CLT20

Virat Kohli apparently hurt his left thumb while playing for his team Royal Challengers Bangalore in a Champions League Twenty20 match against South Australia Redbacks here today.

Looking to push home the advantage

The final stretch of the Champions League Twenty20 has been saved the ignominy of becoming a damp squib. The crowd turnout was already low and the absence of an Indian team from either of the semifinals would have flashed empty stands on TV screens. Khurram Habib reports. First semifinals: Royal Challengers vs NSW

Warner blitz not enough to challenge Bangalore

This one was billed as the clash of big-hitters, between Chris Gayle and David Warner and both rocked the Chinnaswamy Stadium in the first CLT20 semifinal on Friday. HT reports.

Katich rues dropped catches after CLT20 exit

New South Wales captain Simon Katich said a couple of dropped catches cost his side the Champions League Twenty20 semifinal against Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Mumbai Indians the masters as challenge fizzles

Mumbai Indians (MI) finally have a trophy to display on their shelf. Captain Harbhajan Singh led from the front as Mumbai Indians defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by 31 runs to win the Champions League Twenty20 final today. Khurram Habib reports. Scorecard