Friday, March 18, 2011

Sehwag in World Cup 'reflection

A,K.Sharma-Australia captain Ricky Ponting Canadian players Dhakad India batsman Virender Sehwag in Hirren Patel reflection appears.
Match Australia against Brett Lee and Shaun Tait as the Hirren Patel was Dhunai of bowlers.
Hirren Patel was only 45 balls innings and 51 runs once seemed so far not put a big goal to give Canada Australia before.
Ponting says Sehwag's play seems like they Hirren Patel.
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Ponting seeks forgiveness
Ponting ran into Steven Smith
Ricky Ponting came to tell you that his aggressive behavior on the field, not hidden.
He is obviously angry awakened. Many times they have messed up to umpires.
But in the match against Canada last week to try to take a catch when he collided with teammate Steven Smith was so angry he was there to see. They give the ball kicked on the ground in anger.
Ponting now says that if anyone felt bad their behavior, they ask for forgiveness.
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The World Cup is left in the small teams with good arguments.Big teams treat iKevin O'Brien was played by the England innings
 But this World Cup has also impressed everyone with his performance by Ireland.
Superior performance against several teams and then beat team like England.
Ireland coach Phil Simmons says his iron should be considered now that the big teams.
Phil Simmons believes that small teams and large and experienced team to play against smaller teams so that they can show their own.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Indian team cancels practice session at last minute

By Ajay sharma- Gary Kirsten sure knows what he is doing, but why was a net session cancelled at the last minute yesterday? A senior board official promises to look into the issue

Team India skipped a practice session here at the IIT Chemplast Cricket Ground yesterday.

Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli (right) during a practice session in Nagpur last Friday before their game against South Africa. PIC/SURESH KK
There was a blank reaction from Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) officials who were unaware of the reason cited by the team to call off the session that was scheduled for 1600 hrs. No reason was given nor was anyone in the Indian camp available for comment.

India manager Ranjib Biswal was unable to elaborate on the issue. When MiD DAY called him in the afternoon to confirm, he said: "Yes, the session has been cancelled." When asked the reason, he said: "It's just cancelled," but did not comment further. Later, in the evening, his phone was powered off.

A top Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) official said that he was not aware of this, and that he would find out the reason.

"We haven't been informed about this, but we will definitely look into the issue," he said.

Local media liaison RN Baba, who had made transport arrangements for the media to commute from Chepauk to IIT, said he was not given any reason by the team.

"All we have been told is that it's cancelled. I am not aware of the reasons. We are trying to find out," he said. A source close to ICC said that the organisers were displeased with repeated delays and inconsistent schedules of the Indian team.

"They (ICC) are a little perplexed with this scenario. No other team has delayed sessions more than India. It's irregular behaviour," he said.

Last week, at the Feroz Shah Kotla, skipper MS Dhoni said his team preferred to train in the evening, having delayed a session that was due to begin at 1000 hrs.

Even the ICC media officials were unaware of the change in plan until the last minute.  Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Yuvraj Singh and Gautam Gambhir will join the team today while coach Gary Kirsten joined the squad yesterday. The rest of the team arrived here from Nagpur on Monday night.

India have played five games having won three, tied one and lost one.  They currently lie second in Group B, behind South Africa to whom they lost in a thriller at Nagpur on Saturday. Dhoni's men play their final group game here against West Indies on March 20.