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Posted: 22 March 2011 at 8:34am | IP Logged
Originally posted by xavivilla

All teams toward AUSTRILIA
 
CANADA TEAM
 
 
ENGLAND TEAM
 
 
INDIA TEAM
 
SOUTH Africa team
sri lanka team
anmol
 
pakistan team
 
New zealand team
 
 
 




OMG!! wats all this xavi bhaiya???????????????? Ermm

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Posted: 22 March 2011 at 8:38am | IP Logged
Originally posted by ladybird9

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Originally posted by xavivilla

All teams toward AUSTRILIA

(in soccerLOL)
 
CANADA TEAM

(dancing for their single victoryEmbarrassedLOLLOL)
 
 
ENGLAND TEAM
(D'oh
 gain this is support for soccerLOL)
 
INDIA TEAM

(Clap
Clap
accepting the praises showered on winning the trophyBig smile)
SOUTH Africa team
(disbelif how can they b at the bottomEmbarrassedLOL)
sri lanka team

(SillyDay DreamingLOL)
LOL
anmol
(waiting for his dad xavi n mom..Ra...WinkLOLLOL)
 
pakistan team

(more abt throne n politics o cricketWinkEmbarrassed)
 
New zealand team
 
 (scorched in the sunEmbarrassed)
 

bhaiyya chk abv WinkLOL
LOL



muahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh mommyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Hug thanks for interpreting it for me..Embarrassed LOL

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Posted: 22 March 2011 at 8:40am | IP Logged
Mr intruder i hope u got the ticket as well as new mom.. Wink

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Statistics show record-breaking World Cup is most entertaining in history

Tue, Mar 22, 2011 5:07 PM


Statistics show record-breaking World Cup is most entertaining in history
Statistics released today suggest that the record-breaking ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 is set to be remembered as the most entertaining and unpredictable in the history of the event.

The cricket record books during the course of the event have had to be rewritten as a series of long-standing records, both in the history of the tournament and ODI cricket, have been shattered through a series of thrilling matches.

These are just some of the statistical highlights to be achieved during the course of the tournament:

* Sachin Tendulkar set a world record for the most appearances in ODIs and also became the first man in history to score five or more hundreds at the ICC Cricket World Cup. He also became the first batsman to score 2000 ICC Cricket World Cup runs.

* Ireland's Kevin O'Brien's 50-ball century against England set a record for the fastest hundred in the history of the ICC Cricket World Cup.

* Ireland (329 for seven) recorded the highest successful run chase in the ICC Cricket World Cup.

* Ricky Ponting broke the record for the most match appearances in an ICC Cricket World Cup and also became the first player to be on the winning side in 250 ODI games.

* The India-England tie in Bengaluru set a new match aggregate record for the ICC Cricket World Cup as 676 runs were scored.

* Lasith Malinga became the first player to take two hat-tricks in ICC Cricket World Cup tournaments.

* Jonathan Trott became the joint record holder, alongside Viv Richards and Kevin Pietersen, of the fastest player to reach 1,000 ODI runs.

* Shahid Afridi became the first bowler to capture three successive four wicket hauls in the ICC Cricket World Cup.

* The partnership of 282 between Tillakaratne Dilshan and Upul Tharanga for the first wicket against Zimbabwe was a new record for that wicket

* Paul Stirling became the youngest centurion in the history of the ICC Cricket World Cup, with his hundred against the Netherlands.

The competition is also set to be remembered as the most memorable for spectators who enjoy quick scoring matches. After the 42 group games, the average run rate for the competition looks set to average more than five runs per over for the first time in the history of the competition.

So far runs have been scored at 5.07 runs per over, at an average of 28.43 runs per wicket, beating the previous best of 4.95 in 2007. The lowest run rate in a competition was 3.54 runs per over in the 1979 event.

With the knock-out stages viewed by ICC President Sharad Pawar as amongst the most open and unpredictable in the history of the history of the tournament, statistics also show that the influence of the toss and who bats first has had little impact on matches.

Of the 42 games in the competition so far, 30 captains have won the toss and chosen to bat, whereas only 12 have chosen to bowl. However, this has had not had much impact on the results of matches, as 22 have been won by the team batting first and 18 by the team batting second, with one tie and one no-result. The influence of day/night matches is also seen to be negligible, with 15 of the 30 matches won by the team batting first, while 13 have been won by the team batting second.

In the group stages, overall statistics show pace bowling was more effective than spin with a better strike rate (34.4 in comparison to 40.4) and a better average (29.86 in comparison to 31.53). However, spinners did have a better economy rate (4.68 in comparison to 5.19).

However, the success of the likes of Sulieman Benn opening the bowling means this event has seen more spinners open the bowling in 2011, on 26 occasions in total, than in all other editions of the tournament combined. When spinners have opened the bowling it has been delivered with a better average in comparison to pace (22.38 to 29.14), a better economy rate (4.14 to 5.17) and a better strike-rate (32.4 to 33.8).

For those looking for omens of how teams perform under pressure at ICC events, the India-Australia match will pitch the two sides with the best win records in the knock-out stages of ICC competitions (including all ICC Cricket World Cup, ICC Champions Trophy and ICC World Twenty20 games).

India has a win record of 69% at ICC events (11 wins from 18 matches, with two no results), while Australia has the second best win record of 65% (15 wins from 24 matches, with one tie).

However, India will have to contend with the leading run scorer in the history of ICC events during the knock-out stages, with Ricky Ponting have scored more runs than any other player, although Sachin Tendulkar - who stands third on the run scoring list - boasts a superior average to Ponting (47.81 in comparison to 41.80).

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Aussies aim for Indian throats in quarterfinal

Tue, Mar 22, 2011 4:43 PM


India go into their World Cup quarter-final against champions Australia on Thursday expecting to be on the receiving end of some fiery fast bowling.

The co-hosts go into this game on the back of an 80-run victory over the West Indies in Chennai.

Australia's previous match saw the end of their 34-game unbeaten World Cup run courtesy of a four-wicket defeat by fellow quarter-finalists Pakistan.

However, the way West Indies fast bowler Ravi Rampaul took five wickets, including the prize scalp of Sachin Tendulkar with a lifting delivery, has revived the debate about India's ability to handle short-pitched bowling.

Australia almost have no choice but to see if the old cliche holds true given an attack built around the fast bowling trio of Brett Lee, Shaun Tait and Mitchell Johnson.

Off-spinner Jason Krejza managed just a lone wicket against Pakistan -- courtesy of a ludicrous slog by skipper Shahid Afridi -- and has taken only two top six wickets in six matches.

And the fact Australia captain Ricky Ponting did not bowl Steven Smith at all in defence of an under-strength total of 176, spoke volumes about his faith in the all-rounder's leg-spin.

Yuvraj Singh, whose century against the West Indies followed on from a trio of fifties earlier in the tournament, said it was clear where Australia's bowling strength lay.

"They have pace and get wickets with pace. We have to be prepared for it and we'll see what happens in the quarter-final."

Yuvraj, also a handy left-arm spinner, said it was a myth India batsmen were especially vulnerable when the fast bowlers dug the ball in.

"I don't think there's an issue with the short ball. If you have an issue with the short ball you won't be the number one Test team and number two ODI (one-day international) team in the rankings."

Ponting goes into the match with his position as captain in doubt.

The Sydney Morning Herald claimed on Tuesday that there was stiff opposition at boardroom level to the 36-year-old retaining the job for next month's tour of Bangladesh, although his position as a player was not in jeopardy.

"We need to be looking at the future. It's time for us to make a change," the newspaper quoted the official as saying.

Ahead of the World Cup, Ponting earned the dubious distinction of becoming the only Australian skipper to fail to win the Ashes three times, putting him under enormous pressure.

He has also done himself no favours in India, taking a reprimand from the ICC after smashing a dressing-room TV in a fit of fury after being run out during Australia's World Cup win over Zimbabwe.

He was also criticised for angrily throwing the ball to the ground after colliding with Smith during their victory over Canada.

Then his sportsmanship was questioned when he failed to walk in Saturday's defeat to Pakistan.

India, who beat Australia by 38 runs in a warm-up match in Bangalore, have got themselves into several good position this tournament only for their batsmen to throw it away.

For example nine wickets were lost for 29 runs in defeat by South Africa while seven went for 50 runs against the West Indies.

But if fast-scoring opener Virender Sehwag, set to return from a knee injury, gets going the middle-order may not be an issue.

Australia have batting problems of their own with both Cameron White and Ponting, who scored a blistering century in the 2003 World Cup final win over India in Johannesburg, struggling for runs.

Ponting managed just 102 runs at 20.40 in six Group A matches and the 36-year-old hasn't made an international century for 13 months.

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India eyeing targeting Australia's weaknesses to win WC quarterfinal: Yuvraj

Mon, Mar 21, 2011 7:03 PM


India eyeing targeting Australia's weaknesses to win WC quarterfinal: Yuvraj
Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh has said that his team is targeting seizing the moment and capitalize on Australia's weakness when they meet in Thursday's World Cup quarterfinal in Ahmedabad.

Ricky Ponting's men have finished third in their qualifying group after being defeated by Pakistan in their last game in Colombo. The defeat also snapped the defending champions' 34-game unbeaten run in World Cup.

"They've won four games at this World Cup. Teams are equal at the moment, it's just who plays better on the day," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Yuvraj, as saying.

"Australia are a top side, they've won three successive World Cups but Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath, Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden are not there."

"You can get into the middle-order and Ponting is not in great form. If we can get into their weaknesses, we can win the quarterfinal," he added.

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By next weekend we will have world cupSmile

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By next weekend we will have world cupSmile

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