India won 1st Test match against West Indies comprehensively and are delighted for upcoming test matches which are to be most important for them and keeping them stay healthy and winning condition. India won 1st Test in West Indies tour of India 2011/2012 and started the series with win.
Pakistan, the Hong Kong Super Sixes champions 2011. Watch Pakistan vs England Final match was played at Kowloon Cricket Club Hong Kong where Pakistan playing first made 154 Runs in given 5 overs. An early struck of Umar Akmal hurt Pakistan but they recovered soon.
Abdur Razzaq and Sohail Tanveer played superb innings and put a total of 155 runs on the board for England. Abdur razzaq made 63 on just 17 balls while Sohail Tanveer 58 off 13 balls and contributed in Pakistan victory.
Watch Abdur Razzaq Batting Highlights in Final of Hong Kong Super Sixes vs England 2011. Watch Sohail Tanveer batting highlights in Final of Hong Kong Super Sixes 2011.
|A Razzaq(c)||not out||63||17||6||6|
|S Tanvir||run out (C Read,P Trego)||58||13||2||8|
You can Watch Final match highlights Hong Kong Super Sixes Pakistan vs England 2011 on this link.
Full Score Card:
119/6 in 4.5 Overs
Result: Pakistan win by 35 runs
Bad captaincy by Dhoni today, dissapointed. First of all, he persisted with Yusuf Pathan and he ended up giving away a very precious expensive over – offspin! 2 right-handers batting would have thought Manoj Tiwary would be a better option, Jadeja’s figures says it all…P.S Let’s actually have 1 match-related post published now, will miss you Liam! Thanks for such great comms at Cricinfo!” Still, Punit, a job well done by Dhoni during this tour as a whole. He was the man of the ODI series, after all.
There you have it, England’s first win in India since 2006, and it’s by six wickets. The early dismissals hurt India’s effort, and they struggled to add any real impetus to the innings – especially once Raina was dismissed. England’s reply had its nervy moments, but there was never the weight of runs to really set their hearts racing.
India vs England Only T20 Match Presentation
Samit Patel is presented with a motorcycle for his all-round effport
“We were 15 runs short,” says MS Dhoni. “It was the sort of wicket where you’d aim for 150 odd runs. We didn’t get off to a good start. It was very slow, so it was very difficult. They used the slower ball very well. Ashwin played some shots, and that’s why we reached 120 odd runs. No point thinking about the Australian series right now, what’s important is the next few days off and then back for the Tests. It’ll be a good series for the youngsters, especially the bowlers.”
Kevin Pietersen is the Man of the Match for his half-century. “Tricky wicket,” he says. “It’s one of those wickets were the first six overs you’ve got to take a risk or two. Luckily i was dropped! It’s a good place to come and play as a batter, but a lot of us underperformed. But believe me, we tried our hardest. We’ve got a lot of work to do technique-wise here in the subcontinent. But we’ll continue to give our best and try to improve. We’ve tried really hard on this trip, although we came unstuck in the one-dayers.”
“It’s been a very tough month for us,” admits Graeme Swann. “We’ve played some abjectly horrible cricket, but it came together today. Finn has been the shining star for us for the whole month, I brought him on today when I needed a wicket and he provided. We know that we played some poor cricket for five games, and one swallow doesn’t make a summer.”
India vs England only T20 Score Card:
Sri Lanka got out of jail in Abu Dhabi through the partnership between Sanga and Prasanna and all those dropped catches from Pakistan, This time Pakistan held their catches, Misbah leading the way at first slip. They have clearly been the better side over the two Tests by a fair distance and now lead 1-0 going in to the final game in Sharjah.
We are getting done with some ‘special’ awards at the moment, for fours, sixes and special performances.
Mohammad Hafeez walks back to applause, his captain welcomes him with a smile and a hug, he gets a bigger one from coach Mohsin Khan. He ensured Pakistan breezed through this small chase with a day and nine wickets to spare.
Misbah: “Credit to the team, they have been playing good cricket for the last year and a half. Everyone is fulfilling responsibilities and that makes it an easy job for me. I am happy about that [captaincy record]. Whatever we have played here, we know that this wicket, in the later part of the Test, it turns. But the initiative given by the fast bowlers was the key for us. That gave us the sniff to win this match. Win is always good for the team, and it is reward for the hard work we are putting in.”
Dilshan: “We have to put at least some runs on the board. We have to think about the batting, get runs in the first innings, we have to improve. Murali did a great job for us, now we have to carry on with youngsters. Bowlers did a good job keeping them to 400 on a flat wicket. Every time we play four bowlers, I will have to bowl 10-15 overs as support.”
Man of the Match is Saeed Ajmal. Ajmal: “We thought of stopping the flow of runs, and then getting the wickets. Captain told me to stay at the wicket when I was batting. The pitch was very good, for the first three days it was good for batting, we got bounce after that.”
Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test Full Score card:
Sri Lanka 239 & 257
Pakistan 403 & 94/1 (24.1 ov)
Match Result: Pakistan won by 9 wickets
- Pakistan v Sri Lanka Test Series - 2nd Test
- Test no. 2011 | 2011/12 season
- Played at Dubai International Cricket Stadium(neutral venue)
- 26,27,28,29 October 2011 (5-day match)
|Sri Lanka 1st innings||R||B||4s||6s||SR|
|NT Paranavitana||c Misbah-ul-Haq b Umar Gul||6||29||0||0||20.68|
|HDRL Thirimanne||lbw b Umar Gul||1||3||0||0||33.33|
|KC Sangakkara||c Asad Shafiq b Abdur Rehman||78||122||11||0||63.93|
|DPMD Jayawardene||c Misbah-ul-Haq b Umar Gul||6||4||1||0||150.00|
|TM Dilshan*||c Misbah-ul-Haq b Junaid Khan||7||8||1||0||87.50|
|AD Mathews||c †Adnan Akmal b Junaid Khan||19||42||3||0||45.23|
|JK Silva†||lbw b Abdur Rehman||20||36||2||0||55.55|
|KTGD Prasad||c †Adnan Akmal b Saeed Ajmal||7||29||1||0||24.13|
|HMRKB Herath||c Younis Khan b Saeed Ajmal||29||67||2||0||43.28|
|UWMBCA Welegedara||st †Adnan Akmal b Saeed Ajmal||48||127||4||2||37.79|
|RAS Lakmal||not out||0||13||0||0||0.00|
|Extras||(b 5, lb 7, nb 6)||18|
|Total||(all out; 79 overs)||239||(3.02 runs per over)|
|Fall of wickets1-3 (Thirimanne, 2.2 ov), 2-24 (Paranavitana, 8.2 ov), 3-30 (Jayawardene, 8.6 ov), 4-45 (Dilshan, 11.6 ov),5-73 (Mathews, 24.2 ov), 6-127 (Silva, 35.5 ov), 7-154 (Prasad, 44.6 ov), 8-154 (Sangakkara, 45.1 ov),9-229 (Herath, 74.1 ov), 10-239 (Welegedara, 78.6 ov)|
|Pakistan 1st innings||R||B||4s||6s||SR|
|Mohammad Hafeez||lbw b Prasad||33||63||4||0||52.38|
|Taufeeq Umar||c †Silva b Prasad||27||75||3||0||36.00|
|Azhar Ali||lbw b Dilshan||100||242||9||0||41.32|
|Younis Khan||b Dilshan||55||103||2||1||53.39|
|Misbah-ul-Haq*||c Jayawardene b Welegedara||41||113||2||1||36.28|
|Saeed Ajmal||c Mathews b Welegedara||20||51||1||0||39.21|
|Asad Shafiq||c Jayawardene b Prasad||59||101||4||1||58.41|
|Adnan Akmal†||c †Silva b Dilshan||41||80||4||0||51.25|
|Abdur Rehman||b Herath||0||12||0||0||0.00|
|Umar Gul||lbw b Herath||2||3||0||0||66.66|
|Junaid Khan||not out||0||7||0||0||0.00|
|Extras||(b 10, lb 10, w 2, nb 3)||25|
|Total||(all out; 141.1 overs)||403||(2.85 runs per over)|
|Fall of wickets1-63 (Taufeeq Umar, 21.1 ov), 2-64 (Mohammad Hafeez, 23.3 ov), 3-181 (Younis Khan, 63.2 ov),4-275 (Azhar Ali, 97.5 ov), 5-283 (Misbah-ul-Haq, 100.4 ov), 6-324 (Saeed Ajmal, 114.2 ov), 7-394 (Asad Shafiq, 133.1 ov),8-397 (Abdur Rehman, 136.2 ov), 9-399 (Umar Gul, 136.5 ov), 10-403 (Adnan Akmal, 141.1 ov)|
|Sri Lanka 2nd innings||R||B||4s||6s||SR|
|NT Paranavitana||c Younis Khan b Saeed Ajmal||72||239||4||0||30.12|
|HDRL Thirimanne||b Mohammad Hafeez||8||45||0||0||17.77|
|KC Sangakkara||lbw b Abdur Rehman||30||99||0||0||30.30|
|DPMD Jayawardene||b Saeed Ajmal||5||34||0||0||14.70|
|TM Dilshan*||lbw b Junaid Khan||3||5||0||0||60.00|
|AD Mathews||not out||52||143||5||1||36.36|
|JK Silva†||c Saeed Ajmal b Junaid Khan||8||20||1||0||40.00|
|KTGD Prasad||b Abdur Rehman||33||48||4||0||68.75|
|HMRKB Herath||c Misbah-ul-Haq b Saeed Ajmal||15||15||2||0||100.00|
|UWMBCA Welegedara||lbw b Saeed Ajmal||4||4||1||0||100.00|
|RAS Lakmal||b Saeed Ajmal||8||9||2||0||88.88|
|Extras||(b 14, lb 3, nb 2)||19|
|Total||(all out; 109.5 overs)||257||(2.33 runs per over)|
|Fall of wickets1-22 (Thirimanne, 13.1 ov), 2-95 (Sangakkara, 48.6 ov), 3-113 (Jayawardene, 60.3 ov),4-116 (Dilshan, 61.3 ov), 5-141 (Paranavitana, 79.1 ov), 6-166 (Silva, 86.6 ov), 7-222 (Prasad, 100.3 ov),8-243 (Herath, 105.1 ov), 9-247 (Welegedara, 105.5 ov), 10-257 (Lakmal, 109.5 ov)|
|Pakistan 2nd innings (target: 94 runs)||R||B||4s||6s||SR|
|Mohammad Hafeez||not out||59||64||5||2||92.18|
|Taufeeq Umar||b Herath||1||9||0||0||11.11|
|Azhar Ali||not out||29||72||0||1||40.27|
|Extras||(b 4, lb 1)||5|
|Total||(1 wicket; 24.1 overs)||94||(3.88 runs per over)|
|Did not bat Younis Khan, Misbah-ul-Haq*, Asad Shafiq, Adnan Akmal†, Umar Gul, Saeed Ajmal, Junaid Khan, Abdur Rehman|
|Fall of wickets1-17 (Taufeeq Umar, 4.1 ov)|
|Toss Sri Lanka, who chose to bat
Series Pakistan led the 3-match series 1-0
|Test debut JK Silva (Sri Lanka)
Player of the match Saeed Ajmal (Pakistan)
|Umpires AL Hill (New Zealand) and SK Tarapore (India)
TV umpire Zameer Haider (Pakistan)
Match referee DC Boon (Australia)
Reserve umpire Shozab Raza (Pakistan)
|Close of play
day 1 – Pakistan 1st innings 42/0 (Mohammad Hafeez 18*, Taufeeq Umar 20*, 9 ov)
day 2 – Pakistan 1st innings 281/4 (Misbah-ul-Haq 40*, Saeed Ajmal 5*, 99 ov)
day 3 – Sri Lanka 2nd innings 88/1 (NT Paranavitana 42*, KC Sangakkara 29*, 45 ov)
Pakistan won Hong Kong Super Sixes 2011 vs India. Pakistan vs India match result. Pakistan won by 22 runs played on 29th October 2011 at Kowloon Cricket club, Hong Kong.
PAKISTAN WON BY 22 RUNS
Y. Shah took one wicket from Pakistan. Umar Akmal superb 52 Runs off 11 balls batting bring Pakistan in the queue of Quarter Final Teams.
Match Timings (14:45 local, 06:45 GMT, 12:15 PM IST, 11:45 AM PKT).
Toss: India won the toss and chose bowl first
Pakistan: 109/5 in 5 Overs
India: 87/1 in 5 Overs
Result: Pakistan won by 22 runs
|S Khan(w)||c M Bisla b D Karthik||17||6||1||2|
|U Akmal||not out||52||11||2||7|
|S Tanvir||c M Agarwal b D Karthik||8||4||2|
|A Razzaq(c)||c D Karthik b M Bisla||6||2||1|
|H Azam||run out||14||4||2|
|Y Shah||run out||7||3||1|
60(S Tanvir) 72(A Razzaq) 89(H Azam)
|M Agarwal(w)||retired not out||36||12||3||3|
|V Ganapathy||c S Khan b Y Shah||23||9||2||2|
|D Karthik(c)||not out||18||7||1||2|
|M Bisla||not out||2||3|
Team Players and Squads:
Pakistan vs Hong Kong Super Sixes Hong Kong 2011 match highlights. Youtube Pakistan vs Hong Kong 29th October 2011 at Kowloon Cricket Club, Hong Kong.
Pakistan vs Hong Kong Highlights / Score card:
Hong Kong Super Sixes Tournament 2011, Pool C: Hong Kong vs Pakistan at Kowloon, Oct 29, 2011.
Match timings (08:45 local, 00:45 GMT, 05:45 AM PKT, 06:15 AM IST).
Toss: Pakistan won the toss and chose to bat first
Pakistan: 87 in 4.5 Overs
Hong Kong: 92/3 in 4.4 Overs
Match Result: Hong Kong win by 3 wickets
|S Khan(w)||c PM Wooden b T Afzal||13||6||2|
|A Razzaq(c)||b PM Wooden||11||6||2|
|S Tanvir||c MD Ahmed b PM Wooden||0||1|
|U Akmal||c N Khan b N Amar||44||9||2||6|
|H Azam||c N Khan b N Amar||16||5||1||2|
|Y Shah||run out (T Afzal,N Amar)||1||2|
|FOW:12(A Razzaq) 12(S Tanvir)
56(S Khan) 75(H Azam) 75(Y Shah)
|Hong Kong Innings||BF||4||6|
|MD Ahmed||b S Tanvir||13||4||2|
|B Hayat(w)||c S Tanvir b A Razzaq||21||9||3||1|
|N Khan||retired not out||34||7||2||4|
|N Amar(c)||not out||3||4|
|PM Wooden||b U Akmal||8||2|
|T Afzal||not out||6||2||1|
|FOW:20(MD Ahmed) 74(B Hayat)
Team Players and Squad:
What a stunning collapse from England. They appeared to be cruising at 129 for 0, but Cook’s dismissal really turned the match. From there, they collapsed to 176 all out, the spinners claiming nine of the wickets to fall. Jadeja and Ashwin, as they have done all series, caused major problems. Fittingly, it was MS Dhoni who held the catch to win the match.
India vs England 5th odi stats and England 129-0 and 176-10 what a stunning victory by India. Watch India vs England 5th ODI Highlights.
India vs England 5th ODI Full Score Card:
India 271/8 (50 ov)
England 176 (37.0 ov)
India vs England 5th ODI Result: India won by 95 runs
- England in India ODI Series - 5th ODI
- ODI no. 3210 | 2011/12 season
- Played at Eden Gardens, Kolkata
- 25 October 2011 – day/night (50-over match)
Sammy: ”We sort of expected the declaration and were mentally prepared for it. Bishoo had a slight knock while playing football, so he didn’t get to bowl. Samuels stepped up well, our strategy with the ball was to play out time. The physio is monitoring Shiv closely, and hopefully we will have him and Simmons for the next game. The way we bowled our lines and restricted them on a hard pitch was good. Kirk, Bravo and Simmons put on some runs towards the end as well. Hopefully we can put up an improved performance in Dhaka.”
Man of the Match:
Elias Sunny is but of course the Man of the Match. Just a reminder than Ashraful was also a debutant Man of the Match. “I enjoyed myself quite a lot on debut, I maintained the line and got the results.”
Rahim: ”We thought we will give our bowlers a chance with the declaration, and see if we can get them 4-5 down. It is difficult to score so many runs quickly on the final day, I was happy with how we batted before the declaration. A lot of positives in the game, but our batsmen need to stay on after getting starts and go big. We are very confident ahead of the next match.”
Hands are shook, bails are dislodged, smiles break out and there is a lot of camaraderie as the match is called off one hour in advance. All moral wins go to Bangladesh here, and West Indies will be relieved knowing the Mirpur pitch won’t spin so much.
“Was 8 an over over 15 overs with eight wickets in hand impossible?” We’ll never know Pronoy, on a fifth day pitch. By the way, both teams had a hand in calling off the game. Neither believed it was worth the risk, and I can see where they are coming from.
“No wonder test cricket is dying. Thought 128 of 15 overs with 8 wickets was possible. Calling off the match when we have a situation like this is reasons why I support T20.” Ken, I go with the players here. They have done pretty much everything they could to produce a result after losing 2 whole days to rain. And unlike us, the players’ main motivation is not to force a result as much as to force a winning result. If they had hypothetically played this out, the team that ended up losing wouldn’t have deserved it. Especially if that happened to be Bangladesh.
Bangladesh vs West Indies 1st Test Full Score Card:
Bangladesh 350/9d & 119/3d
West Indies 244 & 100/2 (22.0 ov)
- West Indies in Bangladesh Test Series - 1st Test
- Test no. 2010 | 2011/12 season
- Played at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong
- 21,22,23,24,25 October 2011 (5-day match)
Mumbai Indians win CLT20 2011 2nd Semi Final
Mumbai are in to the final. It is that 19th over again, helped of course by Malinga’s unplayable missiles on either side.
Post Match Presentation:
Harbhajan: “We won the toss and it was a bat-first wicket. This was a better wicket than earlier ones. We got to a total where we could defend. Malinga and Franklin were fantastic in the end
Thomas: “We have just finished pushing a very very top team. Obviously gutted but we have provided some good entertainment. That guy Malinga is a quality performer.
Mumbai are in to the all-IPL final. It is that 19th over again, bowled by Franklin, helped of course by Malinga;s unplayable missiles on either side. 160 was going to be tough with Malinga’s four overs to contend with. 4 for 20, all dismissals bowled. Priceless in this format
Franklin: “I think it was a bit last-minute [decision]. Bhajji had faith in me. Good to come on the right side of it. It was Bhajji’s decision. Couple of overs ago, it was supposed to be Pollard. Malinga is awesome, he is one of the bests pace bowlers in the world.”
Full Score Card:
Mumbai Indians 160/5 (20/20 ov)
Somerset 150/7 (20.0/20 ov)
Mumbai Indians won by 10 runs
- Nokia Champions League T20 - 2nd Semi-Final
- Twenty20 match | 2011/12 season
- Played at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai
- 8 October 2011 – day/night (20-over match)
Virat Kohli is the Man of the Match.
Virat Kohli: “Two nights ago I said it happens once in a while, we have done it again. i went in with a mindset to play myself in, I was not desperate to score but I got the right cricket shots. Chris has the ability to give a 25-run over. The other day I made a mistake trying to go for a six off the strike bowler [Tait]. This time I decided to play two dot balls. That [game against South Australia] will still be the best, this can be second-best I think.”
Vettori, who is still padded up: “Amazing games both. Its tough for the bowlers but it must be amazing to watch. Two hundred is a par score here. It was tough to be belted over the park but we managed to get home tonight. they are confident enough to back their games but you have still to play exceptionally well. It is pure batsmanship and its enthralling to watch. Some of the bowlers will look forward to not playing here.”
Katich: “Virat was brilliant, Gayle was awesome, We tried different lengths, different paces, it was a big learning experience for the young bowlers, probably a couple of dropped catches cost us today. Earlier on the ball was holding up a bit.”
RCB are taking a lap around the Chinnaswamy Stadium. David Warner is gutted, he is down on the ground
Twice in three days, RCB have withstood the onslaught of an opposition batsman’s century. They haven’t had any of their own, but they have Virat Kohli and they have Chris Gayle and Tillakaratne Dilshan. They might as well do away with their bowlers. And then maybe not. The final will be at a different ground, on a different pitch. But for the moment, they are on top of the T20 franchise world, having successfully chased 200 on consecutive occasions.
Full Score Card:
Nokia Champions League T20 2011/12 – 1st Semi-Final
Royal Challengers Bangalore v New South Wales
Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 6 wickets (with 9 balls remaining)
- Twenty20 match | 2011/12 season
- Played at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
- 7 October 2011 – day/night (20-over match)