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Five memorable India-West Indies World Cup clashes
DNA India

Venkat was furious after Sri Lanka loss

Gundappa Viswanath, who scored a brilliant 75 against the mighty West Indian attack in the 1979 World Cup, talks about India’s shock defeat at the hands of minnows Sri Lanka in the Asian Age, 1 month ago
It's 4-3 to India against West Indies in World Cups IBNLive India News, 19 hours ago

Gundappa Visvanath equals Sir Garfield Sobers 85 consecutive Test appearances

Gundappa Vishvanath, born on February 12th, 1949, affectionately known as Vishy had all the qualities of a top-class batsman. While batting he had a powerful wrist that snapped at every scoring opportunity. He gave a new dimension to cricketing ...
 Sunday Observer1 month ago
MSN News

Mumbais streak broken and a canny Gavaskar

Provided by Wisden File photo: The 1981-82 semifinal between the two sides will be best remembered for Gavaskar's stubborn 18-run innings that lasted an hour. On Wednesday (February 25), when R Vinay Kumar and Aditya Tare ...
 MSN News1 week ago
Indian Express

Time to recognize other Indian greats

Provided by Indian Express There are already a poor representation of Indians in the ICC Hall of Fame. (Source: Reuters) This is an indication that the rest of the world is not looking at the Indian cricket greats from just the myopic old school ...
 MSN News1 week ago Anil Kumble's induction welcome, but about time other Indian greats get recognised too  Indian Express1 week ago
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'Steyn deserves to be mentioned with reverence among greats'

Former Australian tear-away pacer Rodney Hogg, says why India don’t have a chance to retain the World Cup. South African bowling coach Allan Donald with pacer Dale Steyn during the practice session at the Melbourne Cricket Stadium (MGC) on Friday. Photograph: Vipin Pawar/Solaris Images Former Australia fast bowler Rodney Hogg feels that India do not have the bowling unit to retain the cricket World Cup with Umesh Yadav being the lone bright spot in the attack. "I am certainly not ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago World Cup 2015: India don't have bowling to retain title, says Rodney Hogg  Times of India1 week ago

The tallest cricketers of the ongoing World Cup

It is one of cricket's greatest paradoxes that some of its shortest cricketers have been - speaking metaphorically - its tallest legends. Sachin Tendulkar stands at 5'5'', while Sunil Gavaskar is just an inch taller. Full Coverage: ICC World Cup ...
 Times of India1 week ago Great expectations  Financial Express2 weeks ago
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He liked to play his shots, whether on 0 or 99

'Ravi Shastri told me he would go miles, and pay, to enjoy Vishy make 20 than to watch someone scoring an inelegant, laborious, 200.' Haresh Pandya salutes the Unsung Master. Image: The mighty Vishy in action. Photograph: Adrian Murrell/Allsport/Getty Images   When Gundappa Viswanath, whose 66th birthday is being celebrated today (February 12), was at his best, spectators were transported to the realms of art and beauty. Viswanath -- Vishy to both fans and friends -- was in a class of his ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Best cricket references that marketers deliver

Admit it, the last time you felt exuberant joy was in all probability either when your child was awarded the Padma Bhushan or when India won the Cricket World Cup in 2011. Since chances of the former are bleak, we're going with the latter bringing ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

CHENNAI: These matches have a habit of poking their head out and laughing at glorious deeds of bigger scale. Like Cameroon against Argentina in the 1990 football World Cup, the beautiful ga­me's less attractive cousin too has produced bizarre ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Mumbai squander advantage against Madhya Pradesh

MUMBAI: Undone by a pitch that should be far more result-oriented for a do-or-die game, and the tendency this season to throw away good batting starts, Mumbai are in serious danger of crashing out before the Ranji Trophy quarterfinals. For the ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
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