I felt so sorry for Dilshan for letting off the hat-trick
Five matches gone and our passage to the quarter-finals have been confirmed. Our first objective has therefore been achieved, but that does not make our next game against New Zealand on Friday any less important. We want to qualify in the best possible position.
Want to win the Cup? Don’t forget the fielding
Cricket went on with its traditional ways for the first century or so, yet in the post-1987 World Cup era with the game becoming more commercialized and Pakistan’s then World-Cup winning captain Imran Khan being very serious about neutral umpires standing at all international matches, things began to change.
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