Gilchrist gives Bangalore a Royal pounding

18 May 2011 by Raj in IPL 2011

In an ideally scripted world, the Royal Challengers would have outdone Kings XI Punjab with Chris Gayle going hammer and tongs at the picturesque Dharamsala. However, it was pretty much the other way round as Punjab skipper, Adam Gilchrist, who for a day returned to the Gilly of old…

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Smashing Sehwag floors Deccan

06 May 2011 by Raj in IPL 2011

Virender Sehwag’s greatness was on the display against the Deccan Chargers as he single handedly took his team to victory in a game they clearly deserved to lose.

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Chennai hold nerve despite Sohal special; Royals too good for Warriors

02 May 2011 by Raj in IPL 2011

In a T20 game, a quick fire cameo can often make the difference between a win and a loss. And that’s exactly what happened on Sunday in the game between the Chennai Super Kings and the Deccan Chargers.

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Ishant produced a magical spell; Chennai were authoritative

28 Apr 2011 by Raj in IPL 2011

Ishant Sharma undoubtedly produced one of the greatest spells in the four year old history of the IPL as the Deccan Chargers successfully defended a modest target of 130 against Kochi Tuskers Kerala.

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Royals back to winning ways; Mumbai continue domination

25 Apr 2011 by Raj in IPL 2011

Shane Warne continued to mesmerise and, on Sunday, it was his spell of 3 for 16 that ensured the Rajasthan Royals returned to their winning ways against the so far impressive Kochi Tuskers Kerala.

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Insipid batting let Delhi down

20 Apr 2011 by Raj in IPL 2011

Everything came to naught as Daredevils struggled chasing a challenging, but hardly overwhelming, target of 169.

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It’s Valthaty the king again

17 Apr 2011 by Raj in IPL 2011

Paul Valthaty put up yet another sterling performance, this time with both bat and ball to steer Kings XI Punjab to an easy eight wicket win over Deccan Chargers.

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Botha’s promotion a masterstroke

10 Apr 2011 by Raj in IPL 2011

Deccan Chargers, led by Kumar Sangakkara, were clearly the more talented of the two sides, but Shane Warne and his brigade were cunning enough to help Rajasthan Royals outwit the Deccan charge.

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