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Resilient Kiwis break SA hearts

South Africa-born Grant Elliotts brilliant 84 not out, capped with a stunning six off the penultimate ball, saw New Zealand to a four-wicket win over the Proteas in a cliffhanger World Cup semifinal at Aucklands Eden Park on Tuesday. Elliotts winning six, off ... Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
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Proteas advance to WC quarters post 146-run humbling of UAE

Mar 12, 4:54 pm Wellington, Mar 12 ( ANI ): South Africa have progressed to the World Cup quarterfinal round with an emphatic 146-run win over United Arab Emirates (UAE) in their last Pool B tie on Thursday in Wellington.Put into bat ...
 Ani News1 month ago Proteas enters WC quarterfinals post 146-run humbling of UAE  The Freepress Journal1 month ago
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Proteas bowling still flawed

Cape Town If danger signs can flicker against a relative minnow, then perhaps South Africa would be wise to address their shortcomings for the looming encounter with a co-superpower. The risky lack of depth to their bowling resources was ...
 NewsHub South Africa2 months ago Proteas bowling still flawed 61  News242 months ago
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NZ, Proteas eye first WC final berth

Auckland: New Zealand and South Africa will look to enter their maiden final of the cricket World Cup when they meet each other in the first semifinal at the Eden Park here on Tuesday. Co-hosts New Zealand will play its seventh semifinal and not ...
 The Week3 weeks ago Kiwis, Proteas eye final berth  Bdnews24.com4 weeks ago Talking points New Zealand- South Africa  Dhaka Tribune3 weeks ago South Africa 'chokers' tag trends on Twitter  ProKerala.com3 weeks ago
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AB de Villiers: We don't mind being called chokers

In the shortest knockout match at any World Cup, the Proteas crushed Sri Lanka by nine wickets. ...
 Eye Witness News1 month ago

Pakistan, Ireland eye last 8 spot

THE Pakistan squad of 2015 is showing the kind of resilience that Imran Khan's lineup of 1992 needed to win the World Cup title. This time the comeback is on Misbah-ul-Haq's watch, the veteran batsman holding firm again as Pakistan beat South ...
 Shanghai Daily1 month ago
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'Dhoni is a very good One-day leader, an average-to-poor Test captain...'

It's a lump-in-the-throat moment for Indians to see their team knocked out in the semis by Australia, but clearly the better team on the day made it to the final.For India, it was a long and hard-fought World Cup, the team spending more than four months in Australia. Beginning their campaign as the underdogs who not many Indians thought would make it past the quarter-final, the team surprised everyone with its dream run.Along with New Zealand, India was the only unbeaten team that made it to ...
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Prem Panicker: At the end, you felt for Dhoni

'The man who never knows when he is beaten deserved, on the day he played what will be his last World Cup game, mates who were not beaten in the mind before they were beaten on the field.' Prem Panicker salutes 'India's best one day captain by a long margin who led superbly throughout the tournament.' Image: Glenn Maxwell celebrates after Mitchell Starc took Ajinkya Rahane's wicket. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images At the halfway mark of an ODI on March 12, 2006, the shell-shocked Proteas ...
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PHOTOS: Elliott's six powers Kiwis to maiden World Cup final

Grant Elliott celebrates hitting the winning runs. Photograph: Phil Walter/Getty Images New Zealand scripted history by entering their maiden ICC World Cup final appearance with a stunning four-wicket win in a nerve-wracking semi-final against South Africa, finally shedding the tag of perennial under-achievers in the mega-event. - Scorecard Chasing a stiff target of 298 runs in 43 overs under the Duckworth-Lewis rule in a rain-curtailed game, New Zealand clinched victory when Grant ...
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Prem Panicker: Fortune's Fools Fail Again

'This was not the cleanest game of cricket you've ever seen -- there were too many flubs and fumbles for that. But it was certainly the semi-final this mostly blah tournament has needed -- two tough, well-rounded teams, toe to toe, slugging it out, bleeding and drawing blood until there was only one left standing.' Prem Panicker, The Master, at work. Image: Dale Steyn is heartbroken as Daniel Vettori and Grant Elliott celebrate New Zealand's maiden entry into a World Cup final. Photograph: ...
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