HindustanTimes Tue,01 Sep 2015

‘Bowling short left us at the wrong end’

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has blamed the bowlers for his side's 54-run loss to Pakistan in the Champions Trophy. The Indian bowlers were smacked all over the ground by the Pakistani batsmen, who piled on 302 runs batting first at the SuperSport Park in Centurion on Saturday, reports Anand Vasu.

It’s all in the mind, says Rhodes

Jonty Rhodes knows all about the heartbreak of being knocked out of a big tournament when you've come in as favourites.

‘Losing Vettori was a huge blow to us’

“Losing Dan was a huge blow,” McCullum said. “He has been instrumental in the way he has performed both with bat and ball, and also his captaincy. HT Correspondent reports.

Indian fans are the most immature: Atherton

Indian supporters are the "most immature" lot in the world of cricket and they should grow up and accept defeat as an essential part of the game, said former England captain Mike Atherton.
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