Consistency, the key to England’s triumph

T20 World Cup 2010 | 18 May 2010
Consistency, the key to England’s triumph

The result surprised many, but none can deny that England deserved to emerge triumphant. This year’s tournament has emphasized that, like in the other two versions of cricket, consistency has a major part to play.

What ails Indian cricket

T20 World Cup 2010 | 15 May 2010
What ails Indian cricket

The knives are out as India have to failed to progress past the Super Eights of the T20 World Cup for the second year in a row.

Supreme England sail into finals

T20 World Cup 2010 | 15 May 2010
Supreme England sail into finals

The in-form Kevin Pietersen celebrated the birth of his first child in great style. He lead England into the finals of the T20 World Cup with a typically aggressive 42 not out, as his side chased down a modest target of 129 set by Sri Lanka.

Invincible Aussies crush Windies

T20 World Cup 2010 | 13 May 2010
Invincible Aussies crush Windies

West Indies’ impressive performance against India would have given their fans hope to seeing their team in the final four. Alas, it turned out to be a mirage as the home team were back to their incongruous ways against the mighty Australians.

India falter to get knocked out

T20 World Cup 2010 | 12 May 2010
India falter to get knocked out

The script looked a lot different for India at the start of the game, when upon winning the toss, India elected to bat. Ninety runs were smashed in the initial 10 overs despite the early loss of Dinesh Karthik thanks in main to Suresh Raina, who looked more at home on the slowish track at St. Lucia.

How New Zealand one it

T20 World Cup 2010 | 10 May 2010
How New Zealand one it

Only Pakistan could have done it. After restricting New Zealand to a well below-par 133 for 7, Pakistan managed to mess up the chase despite a sensible, unbeaten 67 from opener Salman Butt.

Clinical England upset Proteas

T20 World Cup 2010 | 10 May 2010
Clinical England upset Proteas

South Africa always start as favourites whenever they take on England. But, on Saturday, the latter side reigned supreme as they comfortably outsmarted the hosts by 39-runs at the Kensington Oval.