By Mike Selvey/theguardian.com Peter Moores, the England head coach, was in a contrite mood when the team arrived in Christchurch yesterday for tomorrow's game against Scotland. It was no time for excuses, or mitigation. My overriding feeling was ... Gulf Times, 5 days ago
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McCullum hit a blistering 195 against Sri Lanka as he helped New Zealand win the Boxing Day Test at Christchurch with a day to spare. Former England player Mike Selvey Former England Test player turned commentator Mike Selvey has lauded ...DNA India, 1 month ago Mike Selvey lauds McCullum for capping remarkable year for Kiwis Siasat Daily, 1 month ago Mike Selvey feels Hughes' passing will make sledgers think twice Ani News, 2 months ago Mike Selvey feels Hughes' passing … Yahoo! India, 2 months ago
Jason Reed/Reuters The Cricket World Cup trophy is pictured in front of Sydney's Opera House Who is going to win? Mike Selvey Realistically, it is hard to see beyond Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, but if pushed Id go for Australia.MSN UK, 1 week ago
England heaved a huge sigh of relief as they beat Scotland to register their first win of World Cup 2015 at the Hagley Oval, Christchurch. After the battering they received at the hands of Australia and then New Zealand, this was a much-needed ...Firstpost.com, 3 days ago
England cricketing great Sir Ian Botham has labelled his country's crushing defeat to the Black Caps as their worst performance in four decades. England fell to an eight-wicket loss in their cricket World Cup pool match after the Black Caps ...Bangladesh Daily Star, 5 days ago Botham: England at worst in 40 years Canberra Times, 6 days ago Cricket World Cup: Ian Botham says England display worst in 40 years Melbourne Age, 6 days ago Botham: England display worst in 40 years (AAP) Yahoo!Xtra, 6 days ago
In the miserable hours following England cricket's most humiliating day, their best batsman posted a video to his 2.2 million Twitter followers of him plunging into an idyllic swimming pool at a plush resort in the Caribbean. Bitchy? You bet. Kevin ...Melbourne Age, 5 days ago Kevin Pietersen's cheap shot as dependable as Fleet St vitriol after England debacle WA Today, 5 days ago England suffer Kiwi nightmare Gulf Times, 6 days ago England torn to pieces by New Zealand in Wellington Irish Times, 6 days ago
Video will play in Play now Don't auto play Never auto play The Black Caps pulverized England at the Cake Tin yesterday by eight wickets. To put the achievement into context, Brendon McCullum's men won the game with 226 balls to spare. The size of ...New Zealand Herald, 6 days ago
It is shaping up as the match of the Cricket World Cup to date, and New Zealand have some early support ahead of meeting Australia next weekend - from the English press. The Black Caps' Tim Southee during the match against England in Wellington. ...Radio New Zealand, 6 days ago
6.30pm: New Zealand win by eight wickets! Broad sends down a shocker that evades the keeper and races to the boundary. It's five wides and hands the match to New Zealand. Sums up England's effort, which frankly, was an embarrassment. What a day ...ONE News, 6 days ago
James Taylor and James Anderson of England speak to umpire Kumar Dharmasena after their final wicket fell. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images Batsman James Taylor won admirers for playing a lone hand in England's crushing loss in their World Cup opener to co-hosts Australia on Saturday, but was denied a maiden century by an umpiring error on the last ball of the match. Taylor was on 98 in a final-wicket stand with tail-ender James Anderson when he was given out lbw by umpire Aleem Dar off ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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