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HindustanTimes Sun,31 Aug 2014

CL 2011: News

Thrilling night: Somerset cross line off last ball

Once Somerset pacers made quick inroads into the top order of Auckland Aces, it was always going to be an uphill task for the New Zealand team. Debjeet Kundu reports. Scorecard

Gambhir watches as KKR run into trouble

The man who hates being on the sidelines was at the nets, trying to slowly get back into the game.

KKR qualify for CLT20 main round despite loss to Somerset

Kolkata Knight Riders lost their final qualifying round match against Somerset by 11 runs but still managed to qualify for the Champions League Twenty20 main tournament here today.

Merwe stars in Somerset's thrilling win over KKR

Roelof van der Merwe smashed a blistering 40-ball 73 to power Somerset to a five-wicket win over Kolkata Knight Riders in their Group B Champions League Twenty20 cricket match, in Hyderabad today.

Wiser, Gauti hopes Knights don’t repeat mistakes

Kolkata Knight Riders' captain Gautam Gambhir said he hoped his team would not repeat the mistakes of Sunday's match against Somerset, which they lost by five wickets. Knight Riders vs South Australia

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.

'I got to see extreme ends of the spectrum'

In less than three months, Arul Suppiah has seen the best and the worst of bowling in T20s. Nikhilesh Bhattacharya reports.

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

Somerset pip Warriors, enter semis

South Africa's Warriors lost the battle to Somerset in the complicated and tight Group 'B'. The English team sealed the first semifinal berth at the Chinnaswamy Stadium. HT reports. Scorecard

Whatever result we get, we'll be fine: Harbhajan

Mumbai Indians captain Harbhajan Singh although wants his team to give best effort in their semifinal match of the Champions League T20 against Somerset in Chennai tomorrow but said he would not be too bothered about the result.

Last two overs made the difference: Harbhajan

The two wickets by James Franklin in the 19th over set up victory for Mumbai Indians, according to skipper Harbhajan Singh who also praised Lasith Malinga for his haul of four wickets against Somerset in the semifinals of the Champions League T20 tournament on Saturday.
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