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We'll take the win but we need to get better - Waqar

By Greg Stutchbury NAPIER (Reuters) - Pakistan coach Waqar Younis has seen this trajectory before. Pakistan next face South Africa on Saturday in Auckland before they finish their matches in Pool B with a clash against Ireland Yahoo! India, 9 hours ago

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Need to beat SA: Waqar

Pakistan coach Waqar Younis Wednesday targeted big-hitting South Africa, saying his team must beat a strong outfit to prove they belong at the World Cup. They now play South Africa in Auckland on Saturday in a crunch match in which their ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star58 minutes ago 'De Villiers, McCullum have matured by playing in the IPL'  Rediff.com6 hours ago Pakistan Get Morale Boost With UAE Victory  Yahoo! UK and Ireland7 hours ago Pakistan need to blast South Africa, says Waqar  Times Live South Africa8 hours ago

World Cup 2015: Ahmed Shehzad Satisfied with Performance Before South Africa Clash

Ahmed Shehzad in action v UAE Napier: Pakistan opener Ahmed Shehzad, Man-of-the-Match for his 93 against the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in a World Cup Pool B contest at the McLean Park here on Wednesday, said he was satisfied with the way they ...
 NDTV10 hours ago Satisfactory performance before South Africa game: Shehzad  Business Standard10 hours ago Pakistan ease to UAE win  Sky Sports7 hours ago Satisfied with the way we performed, says Pakistan's Ahmed Shehzad  Oneindia10 hours ago
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cricket-WC-2015-PAK-UAE-Waqar Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. Cricket: Pakistan need to beat South Africa, says Waqar By Shahid HASHMI =(Picture)= Napier, New Zealand, March 4, 2015 (AFP) - Pakistan coach Waqar Younis Wednesday targeted ...
 Namibia Press Agency9 hours ago Pakistan need home matches: Waqar  Manorama Online7 hours ago To improve game, Pakistan need to play at home, claims Waqar Younis  ZeeNews.com8 hours ago

'India definitely the team to beat in this World Cup so far'

India's players celebrate a wicket during the ICC World Cup match against South Africa in Melbourne. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images Former India pacer Rudra Pratap Singh believes the defending champions, who have won their first three matches, have found form at the right time and sent out a warning to other teams in the ICC World Cup.Pool B table-toppers India humbled the United Arab Emirates by nine wickets following convincing victories against Pakistan and South Africa in their ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago 'Team India has made sure of at least a semi-final placing'  Rediff.com1 week ago 'Shami's looked for wickets and that's always an encouraging sign'  Rediff.com1 week ago PHOTOS: India thrash South Africa by 130 runs for second win  Rediff.com1 week ago
IndiaTV News

World Cup 2015: Champion India aiming to continue momentum

Perth, Australia: After high-profile wins over archrivals Pakistan and one of the tournament favorites, South Africa, India's biggest concern ahead of Saturday's match against second-tier side United Arab Emirates could be complacency.The Indian lineup will ...
 IndiaTV News5 days ago Former Australian batsman grand-daughter visits Pakistan and India  Kashmir Times2 days ago India TV exclusive: Sehwag picks India, S Africa, Australia, NZ as World Cup semifinalists  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago Ajmal counts Pakistan out of World Cup semi-final race  Jagran Post1 month ago
Times of India

World Cup 2015: Team India aims to stop batting collapse during slog overs

The two facile victories over Pakistan and South Africa has apparently papered over the cracks that seemed to appear during India's batting at the death.
 Times of India6 days ago Team India aim to stop batting collapse during slog over  Jagran Post6 days ago Jeffrey Archer compares Team India's inconsistency to that of Bollywood stars; calls T20 'rubbish'  DNA2 hours ago World Cup 2015: Team India inconsistent like Bollywood stars, says Jeffrey Arthur  Times of India2 hours ago

World Cup 2015: Strong work ethic paid off, says Shikhar Dhawan

Dhawan scored 77 and 137 against Pakistan and South Africa respectively, after poor run of form in the Test and ODI tri-series Down Under.
 DNA5 days ago Keeping calm under pressure is key to success: Shikhar Dhawan  Jagran Post5 days ago Dhawan: Keeping calm under pressure is key to success  IndiaTV News5 days ago
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There is bias towards cricket: India Rugby captain

The Indian cricket team may be the toast of the country after beating Pakistan and South Africa in the ongoing World Cup, but the captain of national rugby side Nasser Hussain rues the fact that the gentleman’s game has robbed other sports of their ...
 Asia Net India1 week ago There is bias towards cricket, feels India Rugby captain  Business Standard1 week ago
Times of India

World Cup 2015: Ashwin-Jadeja have proved critics wrong, says Kohli

With convincing wins over Pakistan and South Africa in the first two games, no one can deny the role played by offie Ashwin and left-arm spinner Jadeja.
 Times of India1 week ago
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