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October 15, 2010 Leave a comment

 

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India thrashed Australia in second test, played at Banglore. With this, India have secured its first position in the ICC Test Ranking. Sachin Tendulkar played a key role to help India clinch the match as well as the series. Little Master played a marvelous innings of 214 to give fans another Diwali Gift, first being the first test match at Mohali.

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar started playing for the nation at the mere age of 16. He debuted against Pakistan in 1989. Since then, Sachin refined his cricket with every match he played, hence to help the nation reach the top position in the world. Although with no cricket background,yet Tendiya with his talent and hard work ,proved to be counted among the all time greatest players of cricket.

He was recently considered as quite old enough to play anymore cricket, but, he still had the same passion as he had in 1989 and hence he proved all critics wrong by coming back in tremendous batting form and showing his captaincy skills in IPL while playing for Mumbai Indians.

He is currently the highest run scorer in the history of Test cricket with 14240* Test runs with career average  at 56.96. Moreover, he is the only batsman in the world who has touched the 200 mark in ODI cricket. The records list is never-ending for this Little Master. Recently he was awarded with Cricketer Of The Year By ICC yet another feather in his big hat.

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is a person who avoids talking with his mouth but uses his bat to talk for himself. Such legends are hence truly called “UNIVERSITY OF CRICKET”…

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India Trounce Aussies

October 13, 2010 Leave a comment

Sachin Tendulkar celebrates his century agains...

After a humiliating lose at Mohali , Aussies seemed to dominate the match from the begining ,giving India no space for playing. They struck a huge total of 478 with key player Marcus North who entranced audience with his brilliant knock of 128. Australian batsmen did their task but bowlers were struggling to stop Indian Spartans. Sachin Tendulkar fought back brilliantly giving Aussies another hint,why India is World Number One. Sachin not only completed his 14,000 runs but was also successful to record his 6th double hundred in test cricket.  His 214 runs not only helped India fight back the total but also inspired bowlers for better performance. Bowlers choked Australians to the mere total of 223 and hence achieving an easy target of 207. In reply, when  Virender Sehwag fell early , the match seemed to be similar to the final day in Mohali, where the wounded VVS Laxman took the command and directed India to dramatic win. But fortunately the case wasn’t the same, Murli Vijay and Chetechwar Pujara handled the hot Aussie bowlers and struck a brilliant knock of 37 and 72. Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid both played an impressive knock and helped India to an easy win. So, India have confirmed their status as World No. 1.

Series Of Records…

October 8, 2010 Leave a comment

Saina Nehwal - posed to strike

 

Indian hard working players are giving gold medals as Diwali Gift to their country. After a record start of grabbing 5 gold medals in a day, players seemed to be more lustful by snatching victories from all its competitors and again standing a record of achieving 6 gold medals in a day. India’s Geeta won the gold in the 55 kg freestyle category in the newly introduced women’s wrestling discipline in the Commonwealth Games . The women’s table tennis team also made history by reaching the final for the first time. The fourth-seeded Indians beat the second seeds from England 3-0 to set up a clash against Singapore for the gold. Moreover , in the mixed team event in badminton, world no. 3 Saina Nehwal, beat England 3-0 to enter the final. With this India has won 15 gold , 11 silver and 9 bronze medal to total the tally of 35 with mere 5 days passed. Their hard work in not only paying off by gold medals but also proving India’s dominance in sports world.

India Clinches First Test

October 7, 2010 Leave a comment

A Century at the 'G

India manages a thrilling win over Aussies in their first test being played at Mohali. After a target of 216 runs, India seemed to struggle and lost its top order with the mere total of 48 on the board. Sachin Tendulkar took the command but lost his wicket at 38 to Bollinger by giving an easy catch to Micheal Hussey. With all the hopes of winning fading gradually , injured VVS Laxman played a brilliant knock with tail-ender Ishant Sharma of 73* to help India steal the victory from the jaws of defeat. In the end , the hard work of VVS Laxman and Ishant Sharma paid off and India achieved its one of the closest win in the Indian Cricket history ie,with just one wicket in hand.

Commonwealth Games 2010

October 4, 2010 Leave a comment

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi

The nineteenth Commonwealth Games got off with an enchanting start on 3rd of October, 2010 at the Indian Capital with an opening ceremony. The opening ceremony which started at 7 P.M, kept its viewers entranced for more than two hours at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Delhi with showcase of extraordinarily talented India and dazzling fireworks . The Games will continue to mesmerize the world till 14th of October. Prince of Wales i.e. Prince Charles and his wife Camilla were present at the opening ceremony of Commonwealth Games, who were accompanied by the Indian Prime Minister, Shri Manmohan Singh and the President of India, Smt Prathiba Patil. The Commonwealth Games opening ceremony commenced with the pride of India ie.,national anthem of India. The opening day of the Commonwealth Games has truly surpassed all our expectations.

See-Saw Battle For Pride

October 3, 2010 Leave a comment

Former Indian captain Rahul Dravid at play.

Australia dominated the innings after wining crucial toss against India being played at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali. Australia kicked off the innings with Katich and Watson. Watson proved to be disastrous for India as he played an outstanding innings of 126.  Ponting and Paine also helped Aussies to reach a respectable total of 428.  Zaheer Khan took an impressive 5 wicket haul to bowl out the Aussies . In reply Sehwag started with his usual super fast innings and scored 59 of mere 54 balls before being caught by Clarke at the covers. After the dismisal of Sehwag , Rahul Dravid took the command and scored crucial 77 to lift India against the total. Ab Interim, Sachin Tendulkar too provided a good score to erect a strong total . At the end of 75th over India were 278 at the loss of 4 wickets with Sachin Tendulkar and Raina at the crease.