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Ashwin spins India to nine-wicket win over hapless UAE in WC tie   Feb 28, 6:25 pm
Sydney, Feb 28 (ANI): Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin delivered a destructive four-wicket spell limiting the United Arab Emirates to post a meager total of 102 runs that helped pave the way for India's stunning nine-wicket win over the World Cup minnows on Saturday in Perth.
Finch claims opening mate Warner has always been 'cocky'   Feb 28, 3:37 pm
Sydney, Feb 28 (ANI): Australian opener Aaron Finch has claimed that his opening partner David Warner has always had that cockiness about him and has backed it up over the years.
Proteas blitz shoddy Windies by 257 runs in WC tie  Feb 27, 5:49 pm
Sydney, Feb 27 (ANI): Swashbuckling skipper AB de Villiers struck the fastest ever 150 runs in ODI history off 64 balls as he anchored South Africa to record a 257-run victory over the West Indies in their World Cup Pool B tie in Sydney.
De Villiers smacks fastest 150 in ODI history during Windies blitzkrieg  Feb 27, 1:20 pm
Sydney, Feb 27 (ANI): South African swashbuckling skipper AB de Villiers ripped up the record books again as he smacked the fastest 150 runs in ODIs, off just 64 balls against the West Indies during their World Cup Pool B tie in Sydney.
'Speed Merchant' Cummins may edge Hazlewood out for trans-Tasman WC clash against Kiwis   Feb 27, 10:15 am
Sydney, Feb 27 (ANI): Australian rising speedster Pat Cummins may get a green signal from selectors to unleash his menacing pace, edging out teammate Josh Hazlewood in the playing XI during their upcoming high-octane World Cup tie against New Zealand on Saturday in Auckland.
CWC: Dilshan shines in Lanka's 92-run win against Bangladesh  Feb 26, 6:16 pm
Sydney, Feb 26 (ANI): Sri Lanka recorded an impressive 92-run win against minnows Bangladesh in their World Cup tie at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, thanks to Tillakaratne Dilshan's unbeaten 161-run knock and Lasith Malinga's exploits with the ball.
Steve Waugh Foundation batting for rare diseases victims   Feb 26, 3:27 pm
Sydney, Feb 26 (ANI): Former Australian captain Steve Waugh is helping victims battle with rare diseases through his Steve Waugh Foundation in Sydney.
Pollock claims dodging failure reminders will end Proteas' 23-year WC win drought  Feb 26, 2:14 pm
Sydney, Feb 26 (ANI): Former South Africa captain Shaun Pollock has claimed that the current squad is going to have to dodge the reminders of failing to win a knockout game in 23 years that would come falling once the team reaches the last-eight round of the World Cup this year.
Amla warns Proteas not to take 'explosive' Windies 'for granted' ahead of WC tie  Feb 26, 2:13 pm
Johannesburg, Feb 26 (ANI): South African opening batsman Hashim Amla has warned his side to be wary of a rejuvenated West Indies squad, labeling them as an explosive team ahead of their crucial World Cup encounter on Friday in Sydney.
Ireland clinch last-minute two-wicket win over UAE in gripping CWC tie  Feb 25, 5:50 pm
Sydney, Feb 25 (ANI): In a gripping encounter between Ireland and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the former registered a last minute two-wicket win against the latter at the Brisbane Cricket Ground on Wednesday, thanks to a brisk half-ton from all-rounder Kevin O'Brien and wicketkeeper batsman Gary Wilson's 80-run knock.
'Speed Merchant' Cummins 'unlikely' to make Test comeback during Ashes series  Feb 25, 5:04 pm
Sydney, Feb 25 (ANI): Australia's rising speedster Pat Cummins is unlikely to make his Test comeback during the upcoming Ashes tour of England this year, hints team high performance manager Pat Howard.
Webber claims Vettel 'better off' switching from Red Bull to Ferrari   Feb 25, 4:19 pm
Sydney, Feb 25 (ANI): Former Formula One racer Mark Webber has claimed that his ex-Red Bull Racing teammate Sebastian Vettel would be better off going somewhere he might feel he would get more out of himself, as the German left the team at the end of last season for Ferrari.
Proteas insist won't allow De Villiers to be suspended for slow over-rate  Feb 25, 1:48 pm
Sydney, Feb 25 (ANI): South Africa cricket team players have rallied behind their captain AB de Villiers, claiming that under no circumstances would they allow their skipper to be suspended for the team's slow over-rate, insisting that it is just non-negotiable.
Steve Waugh believes Warne-Lehmann's 'damaging' tiff 'gone beyond chuckle point'  Feb 25, 12:44 pm
Sydney, Feb 25 (ANI): Former Australian captain Steve Waugh is of the opinion that the tiff between spin legend Shane Warne and current national team head coach Darren Lehmann has gone beyond the chuckle point and insisted that its something the team doesn't need.
Bangladesh officials reject reports of Hossain being kicked out of WC for meeting bookie  Feb 25, 11:27 am
Sydney, Feb 25 (ANI): Reports that Bangladesh paceman Al-Amin Hossain was kicked out of the World Cup for meeting a bookmaker in Brisbane have been strongly denied by their cricket team's officials.
Amla claims Proteas have 'moved on' from India loss to focus on 'important' Windies tie  Feb 25, 11:05 am
Johannesburg, Feb 25 (ANI): South Africa batsman Hashim Amla has claimed that they have moved on from the disappointing loss to India in Melbourne last Sunday, and insisted that they are looking ahead to the important match against the West Indies in Sydney on Friday.
Gayle storm crushes spirited Zimbabwe by 73 runs (D/L method) in WC Pool B tie  Feb 24, 6:44 pm
Sydney, Feb 24 (ANI): West Indies swashbuckling batsman Chris Gayle struck a blistering double century and captured two wickets to anchor his side to a 73-run victory over a spirited Zimbabwe at Canberra on Tuesday.
Gayle becomes first cricketer ever to hit double-ton in CWC history   Feb 24, 2:30 pm
Sydney, Feb 24 (ANI): West Indies swashbuckling batsman Chris Gayle has become the first cricketer ever to score a double-ton in a World Cup after smacking a staggering 215 runs in their group stage tie against Zimbabwe at Canberra on Tuesday.
Oz fans rate Proteas only fifth likeliest team to bag 2015 WC trophy  Feb 24, 12:16 pm
Johannesburg, Feb 24 (ANI): The Australians have reportedly rated South Africa as only the fifth likeliest team to bag the coveted World Cup trophy that has always eluded them, following the team's loss to India in their Pool B clash on Sunday.
Now, 'hunter' Brett Lee in social media storm for shooting animals   Feb 23, 2:38 pm
Sydney, Feb 23 (ANI): Former Australian pace spearhead Brett Lee has become the latest sporting casualty to land into a social media storm over hunting photos, following the backlash against compatriot and ex-paceman Glenn McGrath.
CWC: Haddin claims protracted brake ahead of Kiwi clash will not affect Oz momentum  Feb 23, 2:38 pm
Sydney, Feb 23 (ANI): Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Brad Haddin has said that the extra time-off their team has got ahead of their high-voltage World Cup clash against New Zealand on Saturday would not affect the team in any way, claiming that their pacemen are better when they are fresh.
ICC Hall of Fame inductee Kumble lauds Warne, Muralitharan   Feb 22, 1:48 pm
Sydney, Feb 22 (ANI): Former Indian captain Anil Kumble has been inducted into the ICC's Hall of Fame and will be presented a commemorative cap during the innings break of World Cup Pool B tie between India and South Africa on Sunday at Melbourne Cricket Ground.
CWC: Clarke fit to resume Oz duty despite cyclone Marcia washing out minnows Bangladesh tie  Feb 22, 12:11 pm
Sydney, Feb 22 (ANI): Australian selectors' plans to bring Michael Clarke back against a minnow nation were ruined, as Cyclone Marcia washed out the clash between Australia and Bangladesh at the Gabba on Saturday.
'Hunter' McGrath says sorry for shooting African animals following online outrage  Feb 21, 3:29 pm
Sydney, Feb 21 (ANI): Despite speaking about wanting to shoot African animals two years ago during a safari, former Australia Test cricketer Glenn McGrath gas claimed that he deeply regrets doing so.
Lehmann laying foundation for future Oz WC dominance  Feb 21, 3:29 pm
Sydney, Feb 21 (ANI): Australia cricket team coach Darren Lehmann has claimed that the current crop of players would gain experience from this Cricket World Cup and enter the next one with better preparations.
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