South Africa bowler Dale Steyn celebrates the wicket of New Zealand's Kane Williamson during their ICC World Twenty20 tournament match in Chittagong Monday. — AFP CHITTAGONG — Dale Steyn and JP Duminy led South Africa to a thrilling two-run ... Saudi Gazette, 4 weeks ago
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Chris Rogers scored a resolute century but Australia were unable to stop South Africa recording a series-levelling victory in the second Test. Rogers (107) almost carried his bat in a fantastic innings, but with play extended until 6.30pm local ...The New Daily, 1 month ago Dale Steyn rolls Australia ONE News, 1 month ago South Africa post series-levelling win Yahoo! News Australia, 1 month ago
MUMBAI INDIANS Strengths: The defending champions have retained as many as 11 players from their last year's victorious campaign and that should work in team-bonding. This will be first time in seven years that Mumbai will be playing without Sachin Tendulkar ...Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
Proteas coach Russel Domingo defended his team's tactics in the wake of the World Twenty20 tournament. The Proteas were knocked out in the semifinals by India and have come in for some criticism over some of their tactics in the tournament. ...IAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago
India had opted to train at the Khan Shaheb Osman Ali stadium at Fatullah at least 40km away from their Friday's World T20 semifinal venue in Mirpur where they take on South Africa. The word from ICC was India wanted to make use of the full ground ...Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago
South Africa reached the semi-final of the ICC World Twenty20 2014 as they defeated England by three runs in Chittagong on Saturday to effectively rule the latter out of the competition. The win was scripted on the back of skipper AB de Villiers ...New Age Bangladesh, 3 weeks ago
Perera shines as clinical Sri Lanka upstage SAfrica CHITTAGONG, Bangladesh, March 22, (AFP): World number one Sri Lanka held their nerve in the final overs to pull off a narrow five-run victory over South Africa in Chittagong on Saturday.Arab Times, 1 month ago SPORTS - Clinical Sri Lanka upstage South Africa The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago Lanka choke SA Mumbai Mirror, 1 month ago Sri Lanka hold nerve to beat South Africa in World T20 Oman Observer, 1 month ago
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