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Cricketing world hails India after they 'bullied and bounced' England!
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Cricketing world hails India after they 'bullied and bounced' ...

Cricketers from all over the world took to Twitter to laud India on their first Test victory at Lord's in 28 years after they beat England by 95 runs in the second Test on Monday. - Congratulate Team India on their Lord's win! - SPECIAL: The architects of India's historic win at Lord's "Horrific hour for England. India bullied and bounced them out. Remember England won the toss on the greenest pitch ever and blew it, changes needed !!," tweeted Australia great Shane Warne, after ... Rediff.com, 11 hours ago

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Cricket Buzz: Anderson hearing on Aug 1; David Boon to hold Jadeja's

Judicial Commissioner Gordon Lewis AM will hold the hearing of England fast bowler James Anderson via videoconference on Friday, August 1 at 0900 hrs (BST), the ICC confirmed on Tuesday. He made the announcement during the preliminary hearing, on Tuesday morning, which was attended by representatives of Anderson and the ECB and their legal counsel, the ICC’s Ethics & Regulatory Lawyer, and representatives of the BCCI and their legal counsel. During the preliminary hearing, Lewis ...
 Rediff.com7 hours ago Gordon Lewis to hear case against Anderson on July 22  Rediff.com5 days ago Cricket Buzz: Kirti Azad calls for ban on Anderson  Rediff.com5 days ago ECB hit back over Anderson misconduct allegation  Rediff.com6 days ago
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Why Stuart Broad 'changed' his hotel room before Lord's Test

England cricketers' recent poor performance might reportedly be due to a presence of ghosts in their five-star hotel in London. - Take a look at how pressure is getting to England... -SPECIAL: The architects of India's historic win at Lord's - PHOTOS: India triumph at Lord's after 28 years! England paceman Stuart Broad reportedly changed his room at the Langham Hotel in Marylebone after being freaked out. Broad said that he woke up in the middle of one night, and was convinced that ...
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10 Stunning Sports PHOTOS of the Week!

From a 'bronzed' David Beckham to synchronised swimmers, Rediff.com has this and more to treat your eyes... India's Mahendra Singh Dhoni is bowled by England's Liam Plunkett for 11 runs during the first Test match at Trent Bridge cricket ground in Nottingham on July 13. - Please click NEXT to view more amazing ...
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Cricket Buzz: Victory vindicates Amla's stand to declare innings

Hashim Amla was probably more relieved than elated after his declaration gamble paid off and the bearded South African began his captaincy tenure with a thumping 153-run win against Sri Lanka on Sunday. - PHOTOS: Steyn, Morkel star as Proteas register rare win in Lanka South Africa's first permanent non-white skipper made a gamble on the fourth day of the series-opener when he declared his team's second innings at 206-6, challenging the hosts to score 370 runs in four sessions to win the ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago LIVE! Hashim Amla makes history as SA's first black cricket captain  Rediff.com1 week ago History beckons as Amla set to become SA's first non-white captain  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Cricket Buzz: Hamstrung De Villiers won't keep wickets in 1st Test

AB de Villiers will avoid putting extra stress on a hamstring injury by playing as a batsman only in the first Sri Lanka Test with Quinton de Kock taking over wicketkeeping duties, South Africa captain Hashim Amla said on Tuesday. "De Villiers unfortunately has being struggling with a hamstring, he hasn't kept in any of the practice sessions and it is unlikely he will keep tomorrow (Wednesday)," Amla, who will make his debut as a Test captain, told reporters. De Kock, playing only his second ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Cricket Buzz: Jayawardene to quit Test cricket next month  Rediff.com1 week ago Jayawardene announces Test retirement  Rediff.com1 week ago Cricket Buzz: SL spinner Senanayake banned over action  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Cricket Buzz: Bangladesh's Shakib apologises, appeals for reduced ban

Suspended all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan apologised on Sunday and appealed to the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) to reduce the six-month ban slapped on him earlier this month for misbehaviour. Bangladesh's most prominent cricketer was punished for what the BCB called a "severe attitude problem" and the board also decided not to allow him to play in overseas competitions until the end of 2015. "I admitted that my behaviour was not mature. I apologise for this. In future it will not happen again," ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Cricket Buzz: Shakib banned for 6 months; Flintoff is back!  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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250-300 should be an ideal score: Plunkett

England speedster Liam Plunkett reckons the second Test against India hangs in the balance after three days of cricket. "The match is quite balanced at the moment. It is very even between both sides," said Plunkett after the day's play. In the morning, if we can nick a couple a wickets quickly then the match will swing in our favour. If you get in at Lord's it is a good wicket to bat on and you can chase the targets down. So anything they give us should be chase-able," Plunkett told reporters ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago PHOTOS: England, India finely poised after Ballance ton  Rediff.com4 days ago Rahane reveals he was nervous before Lord's Test  Rediff.com4 days ago PHOTOS: Rahane's century rescues India at Lord's  Rediff.com5 days ago
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Bhuvneshwar is like me, hope he can avoid flashbulbs, says Bishan Bedi

Former India captain Bishan Singh Bedi paid rich compliments to young seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar terming him as cricketer of his kind and prayed that the he remains like this for the rest of his career. - PHOTOS from Day 3 of the Lord's Test Bedi took to micro-blogging site Twitter to praise Bhuvneshwar, who has been the shining star for India in the series with his all-round show. The legendary left-arm spinner wants the Uttar Pradesh boy to stay away from the arclights and retain his ...
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PHOTOS: Top 10 infamous tiffs on the cricket field!

Cricket is termed ‘The Gentleman’s game’. Over the years, however, there have been times when cricketers has ceased to behave a gentlemanly. One such instance was played out during the first Test between India and England at Trent Bridge. - England pacer Anderson faces two-Test ban for 'abusing' Jadeja - ECB hit back over Anderson misconduct allegation England pacer James Anderson on Tuesday was charged under Level 3 of ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player ...
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