Imran Tahir

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Kallis rested from ODI squad

Kallis rested from ODI squad Johannesburg: Jacques Kallis, the South African all-rounder, has been left out of the nation’s ODI squad in order to rest him prior to the World Twenty20. The 36-year-old veteran won’t be playing in the 5-mach ODI series against England scheduled for the next two months, said Cricket South Africa. With […]

England vs. South Africa Test Squad

England vs. South Africa Test Squad   England Test Squad: Andrew Strauss (Captain), James Anderson, Ian Bell, Ravi Bopara, Tim Bresnan, Stuart Broad, Alastair Cook, Steven Finn, Graham Onions, Kevin Pieterson, Matt Prior (Wicket Keeper), Graeme Swann, Jonathon Trott Andrew Flower (Coach), David Saker (Fast Bowling Coach), Mushtaq Ahmed (Spin Bowling Coach), Graham Gooch (Batting […]

Mark Boucher can play again- Doctor

Mark Boucher can play again- Doctor   Good news for South African Cricket as well as for all cricket fans as former Wicket Keeper Mark Boucher, who had to retire from cricket after an eye injury, can play cricket again as told by his doctor. Mark Boucher suffered with an injury when a bail hit […]

Boucher gets hit in the eye by a bail

Boucher gets hit in the eye by a bail Taunton: On Sunday Mark Boucher, the South African wicketkeeper, had to face the consequence of not wearing a helmet while behind the wickets. Boucher had to suffer a serious eye injury when a bail, dislodged by Imran Tahir’s googly, hit him in the left eye. With […]

New Zealand vs. South Africa, 2nd Test, Day 1- Steyn and Philander shine bright in Proteas party

South Africa’s aberrant bowling display left New Zealand gasping for breath in the second half of first day of the second test. From a strong 133-2, the Kiwi batting fell apart miserably to being bowled out for just 185. New Zealand batted carefully after a delayed start due to persistent rain at the ground but the course of the test match changed in just a matter of three over’s. Such was the scale of agony that New Zealand’s score board was struck at 133 even as six wickets fell in between. It all started in the 49th over, when Brendon McCullum playing beautifully on 61 tried to play a pull shot off Dale Steyn, but it …………

NEW ZEALAND VS SOUTH AFRICA, 1st Test, Day 5- Weather gods play spoilsport, Match called off

Dunedin: Rain gods played the spoilsport on the fifth and final day of the first test match. The match was heading towards a thrilling end with the home team requiring another 264 runs for an historical victory. But 14 hours of persistent rain in Dunedin made play impossible and the game was called off just […]

NEW ZEALAND VS SOUTH AFRICA, 1st Test, Day 4- Rudolph hits ton, Kiwis on course for a mammoth chase

South Africa found their third centurion of their innings in Jacques Rudolph as the visitors declared their second innings after making 435 runs at the loss of five wickets. Rudolph’s sixth ton, an unbeaten 105 allowed South Africa to bank on their 400 runs lead and declare their innings giving their bowlers ample of time to have a full blast at the kiwi batsmen. Meanwhile New Zealand looked nervous but firmly on course at 137-2 in 41 over’s by the end of the day with Brendon McCullum playing on 58 and Captain Ross Taylor not out on 48. South Africa’s 435-5 was powered by ………….

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