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CricketCrowd RSS Feed LatestWhy was Harsha Bhogle sacked from IPL 2016?
http://cricketcrowd.com/displayvideo.php?ccvideo=8378<img src="displaythumbnail.php?ccvideo=8378" alt="Why was Harsha Bhogle sacked from IPL 2016?" /> In a shock move, the most famous voice of Indian cricket - Harsha Bhogle - will not feature in the list of commentators for the ongoing ninth editon of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
The 54-year-old, who has been with IPL since its inception, was, according to a newspaper report, informed about the termination of his IPL contract just a week back. The decision has come as a surprise as Bhogle conducted the Season 9 draft auction and has featured in the league's promotional videos.
April 2016Fri, 8 Apr 2016 00:10:00 AESTIPL Auction 2016 : Shane Watson is Top Buy
http://cricketcrowd.com/displayvideo.php?ccvideo=8189<img src="displaythumbnail.php?ccvideo=8189" alt="IPL Auction 2016 : Shane Watson is Top Buy" /> Australia's ageing all-rounder Shane Watson on Saturday (February 6)emerged as the biggest draw going for a whopping Rs 9.50 crore, while Yuvraj Singh was the costliest buy among the Indians with a bid of Rs 7 crore in a rather low-key IPL players' auction in Bengaluru. He was joined by Yuvraj soon after even though today's bid was far less than the Rs 16 crore he had garnered in the last auction. Another veteran Indian pacer, Ashish Nehra (Rs 5.5 crore to Sunrisers Hyderabad), Ishant Sharma (Rs 3.8 crore to Rising Pune Super Giants), Kevin Pietersen (Rs 3.5 crore to RPSG), and Dwayne Smith (Rs 2.3 crore to Gujarat Lions) were the other top draws among the marquee players. Feb 2016Sun, 7 Feb 2016 00:09:00 AEDTFinal: How Windies record last over blast broke England hearts (Kolkata)
http://cricketcrowd.com/displayvideo.php?ccvideo=8375<img src="displaythumbnail.php?ccvideo=8375" alt="Final: How Windies record last over blast broke England hearts (Kolkata)" /> England were denied the title that was in their grasp by four late blows as Carlos Brathwaite propelled himself into folklore by scoring 19 off the last over - a record for a final over in any World Cup final.
Marlon Samuels scored a brilliant 85 not out off 66 balls as he and Carlos Brathwaite (34 off 10) powered the Caribbean side to its second men's World T20 title.
Ian Chappell, Ajit Agarkar and Mahela Jayawardena discuss the Windies win and where it went wrong for England. West Indies 161 for 6 (Samuels 85*, Brathwaite 34*, Willey 3-20) beat England 155 for 9 (Root 54, Brathwaite 3-23, Bravo 3-37) by four wickets.
April 2016Sun, 3 Apr 2016 00:08:00 AEDTSamuels, Brathwaite snatch cup for Windies: 2016 WT20 Final ENG v WIN (Kolkata)
http://cricketcrowd.com/displayvideo.php?ccvideo=8374<img src="displaythumbnail.php?ccvideo=8374" alt="Samuels, Brathwaite snatch cup for Windies: 2016 WT20 Final ENG v WIN (Kolkata)" /> The dancing began on the pitch as a sea of maroon swarmed the square after Carlos Brathwaite hit four consecutive sixes off the last over from Ben Stokes to win the 2016 T20 World Cup for the West Indies.
After stumbling to 11-3 whilst chasing a tricky target of 156, it was Marlon Samuels that was the man of the match. He hit a magnificent 85 not out off 66 balls to ensure a repeat of their 2012 cup glory.
Earlier, Joe Root smashed 54 as England posted 155-9. After an amazing final, this was a fine result for West Indies cricket which has struggled so much in recent years.
England 155-9 (20 overs): Root 54, Buttler 36, Brathwaite 3-23 lost to West Indies 161-6 (19.4 overs): Samuels 85*, Brathwaite 34*, Willey 3-20.
Apr 2015Sun, 3 Apr 2016 00:07:00 AEDTFinals preview: Root confident as Clarke tips Windies (Eden Garden)
http://cricketcrowd.com/displayvideo.php?ccvideo=8373<img src="displaythumbnail.php?ccvideo=8373" alt="Finals preview: Root confident as Clarke tips Windies (Eden Garden)" /> England are stepping into a cauldron at Eden Gardens, and in more ways than one as they feel the heat of the Windies fire power once more.
The fact that England so comprehensively outplayed New Zealand in the semi final - the best side in the competition until that point - is a stunning testament to the kind of headway they have made since Chris Gayle crushed them in the first game.
Michael Clarke picks West indies to win the final after they upset India by 7 wickets in the semi finals.
April 2016Sun, 3 Apr 2016 00:06:00 AEDTFinals preview: Key match-ups between England and Windies (Eden Gardens)
http://cricketcrowd.com/displayvideo.php?ccvideo=8372<img src="displaythumbnail.php?ccvideo=8372" alt="Finals preview: Key match-ups between England and Windies (Eden Gardens)" /> The ICC World Twenty20 final at Eden Gardens has several fascinating match-ups that will play a vital role in deciding which of Eoin Morgan or Darren Sammy gets their hands on the trophy a second time.
No team has won the competition more than once since its inception in 2007. India, Pakistan, England, West Indies and Sri Lanka have all won the title once.
England lost to West Indies in their first group match but have since won four in a row, while the Windies lost to Afghanistan having qualified for the semi-finals, where they stunned India.
March 2016Sun, 3 Apr 2016 00:05:00 AEDTAnalysis: Windies blitz shocks India (Mumbai)
http://cricketcrowd.com/displayvideo.php?ccvideo=8371<img src="displaythumbnail.php?ccvideo=8371" alt="Analysis: Windies blitz shocks India (Mumbai)" /> Lendl Simmons having just flown in as a late change for the injured Fletcher blasted 82 not out to carry the West Indies to a nail-biting seven-wicket win over the highly fancied home team, India, in the semi finals of the 2016 World T20.
Ian Chappell, Ajit Agarkar and Mahela Jayawardena examine how India lost this match, despite posting a challenging score after Virat Kohli continued his rich vein of form by smashing an undefeated 89. Man-of-the-match Simmons led a charmed life after being twice out on a no ball . His 51-ball 83 not out included seven fours and five sixes.
Apr 2016Thu, 31 Mar 2016 00:04:00 AEDTLast minute Simmons silences India: 2016 WT20 Semi IND v WIN (Mumbai)
http://cricketcrowd.com/displayvideo.php?ccvideo=8370<img src="displaythumbnail.php?ccvideo=8370" alt="Last minute Simmons silences India: 2016 WT20 Semi IND v WIN (Mumbai)" /> West Indies stunned hosts India with a seven-wicket win in the semi-final after late replacement Lendl Simmons played the defining inninhs to overhaul a stiff target.
India were in complete control after Virat Kohli's unbeaten 89 took them to 192-2. In reply, danger man Chris Gayle fell for five. But Lendl Simmons, who was twice caught off no-balls and held on the boundary only for Ravindra Jadeja to step on the rope, smashed 82 from 51 balls. Simmons was playing his first match of the cup, after replacing an injured Andre Fletcher.
Windies, champions in 2012 now play the 2010 champions - England - in the final. West Indies 196 for 3 (Simmons 82*, Charles 52) beat India 192 for 2 (Kohli 89*, Rohit 43) by seven wickets.
Mar 2016Thu, 31 Mar 2016 00:03:00 AEDTPreview: India worried about Gayle threat (Mumbai)
http://cricketcrowd.com/displayvideo.php?ccvideo=8369<img src="displaythumbnail.php?ccvideo=8369" alt="Preview: India worried about Gayle threat (Mumbai)" /> How will India replace Yuvraj? How will they contain a rampant Chris Gayle on a small ground?
Sanjay Manjrekar, Ian Chappell and Mahela Jayawardena discuss India's chances in the semi final against the West Indies. With the flat wicket at Mumbai`s Wankhede Stadium, it will be a dream affair for Kohli and Gayle. The last time an international match was played at Wankhede late last year, South Africa hammered over 400 runs in an ODI.
India were stunned by New Zealand in their first match but then had three straight wins to qualify second from Group Two. By contrast, the Windies won their opening three games to top Group One before being shocked by minnows Afghanistan in a performance that raised eyebrows.
March 2016Thu, 31 Mar 2016 00:02:00 AEDTSemi Finals and Final: Road to glory for the Windies
http://cricketcrowd.com/displayvideo.php?ccvideo=8377<img src="displaythumbnail.php?ccvideo=8377" alt="Semi Finals and Final: Road to glory for the Windies" /> West Indies' Carlos Brathwaite smashed England's Ben Stokes for four successive sixes to snatch a sensational four-wicket win in the World Cup final.
Jason Roy blitzed 78 off 43 balls to power England to a crushing seven-wicket win over New Zealand and a place in the World T20 final.
Lendl Simmons condemned hosts India to a seven-wicket defeat in Mumbai. Simmons smashed 82no off 51 balls to steer West Indies to their target of 193 with two balls in hand but only after he was reprieved on 18 and 50 after being dismissed by front-foot no-balls.
Apr 2016Sun, 3 Apr 2016 00:01:00 AEDT