We posed the question, "Who's the best cricketer in the world?", and you've responded with thousands of votes. Voting is still open, so if you haven't already shared your perspective, vote here . However, we've tallied initial results and can share the top 10 contenders so far.It comes as no surpise that Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara, and Shane Warne have garnered the most votes. We were also excited to see Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Matthew Hayden make the top 10. Is your favorite athlete...Read Full Story
Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara elected to field after winning the toss against India in a triangular one-day series match here on Tuesday.Sri Lanka made three changes from the side that beat Bangladesh by seven wickets on Monday. Tillakaratne Dilshan and Chamara Silva were ruled out due to injuries and were replaced with debutant Lahiru Thirimanne and Thissara Perera.Paceman Thilan Thushara came in place of Nuwan Kulasekara.Each team will play four league matches before the top two...Read Full Story
For someone who took 92 games to score his first one day international century and then 60 more for second, now has 4 more from last 9 innings and is enjoying the best form than any other batsman in world cricket today. Set to chase 261, Tillaratane Dilshan knew dew is going to be a big factor once light come on at Dhaka venue and hence, didn't take too many risks against the new ball but concentrated on dispatching lose deliveries that Bangla bowlers bowled nearly every over. Upul Tharanga...Read Full Story
Tuesday, January 5th, 2010 at 9:25 am
NEW DELHI: Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara won the toss and opted to bowl first against India in the second One-dayer of the Bangladesh Tri-series at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur on Tuesday.
Sri Lanka, would be relying heavily on their batting, especially on Upul Tharanga and captain Kumar Sangakkara to come good in the absence of in-form Sri Lankan opening batsman Tillakaratne Dilshan, who suffered a groin injury during the...Read Full Story
Shahid Afridi cannot wait to return to the Indian Premier League and given a choice, the flamboyant Pakistani all-rounder would like to represent either Rajasthan Royals or Kolkata Knight Riders in the cash-awash Twenty20 tournament this year.
“There are a number of franchises that would interest me in the next season of IPL and let’s wait and see what happens at the all important auction,” Afridi told a Pakistani website.
“But my preferred destinations would be either the Rajasthan Royals or...Read Full Story
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