It was a fascinating match of cricket at World Cup Cricket. A tie in a match where almost 700 runs were scored. Well played to both Indian and England Team.
Yesterdays match was kind of similar too, only difference was that one of the teams playing, won!
by Kannan Reddy 6 years ago
What is the maximum number of runs scored in an over in cricket?I have seen 36 runs being scored in an over, but has there been more than that in the history of cricket.
by alwaysuno 6 years ago
Today I happen to read few media reports which states that whenever Sachin Tendulkar has scored 100 runs or more in a match, the percentage of India losing that match is 53%. So in more than 50% occassion India have lost their match during the course of Sachin scoring 100 and above. ...
by Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 6 years ago
Should we encourage Sports other than cricket, more?
by S K G Rao. 20 months ago
Do you like Cricket.?The organizers do not have any social obligations,they do not even donate a black board to a school.We must make them build and repair our schools.
by countrywomen 9 years ago
India chased down a mammoth 387 to mark a famous win and take the series lead over England in Chennai after Sachin Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh batted most of day five for their match-winning 163 runs unbroken stand. Virender Sehwag won the man of match for his blistering knock of 83 runs in 68 balls...
by Jyoti Kothari 10 years ago
India won the second consecutive matches. Tonight they beat Pakistan in just 42.1 overs in a 50 over match.
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