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World T20, 2nd Semi-Final

India vs West Indies

at Mumbai, Mar 31, 2016
West Indies 196/3 beat India 192/2 by 7 wickets

EurAsia Cricket Series Tournament

Abu Dhabi, April 22 to May 5 2006

The tournament runs from April 22nd until May 5th, and features the 'A 'teams of India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Holland and Ireland, with the full UAE side completing the line up.
Ireland will be the only associate nation taking part and their invitation to the tournament is seen as reward after they qualified for the World Cup finals.
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Sri Lanka vs Pakistan

Pakistan A beat Sri Lanka A by 8 wickets

The Pakistan A team propelled by an unbeaten century from opener Mohammed Hafeez emerged convincing eight wickets winners over the Sri Lankans in last nights decisive clash of the BSNL EurAsia Cricket Series at Abu dhabi.
Hafeez, who has played 30 ODIs and three Tests including a century against Bangladesh, had faced 89 deliveries and hit nine boundaries.
He shared a valuable 79-run stand in 92 deliveries for the second wicket with Shahid Yousuf (26) after Yasir Hameed (8) fell at 22. The winner of this match will play India A in tomorrows final.
The Sri Lankan batsmen committed suicide on the middle after electing to bat. They fell to some rash shots and adding further woos were two bizarre run outs, to be all out with nine overs left in the inning. The Sri Lankan total reached some respectability courtesy 42 extras, 31 of those coming in wides and no-balls, and the second highest scorer after Malinda Warnapuras 49. Warnapura and Kaushal Silva, both let off earlier in their innings, set the platform after the two openers had departed by the end of the sixth over, but the rest of the batting fell apart.
Dilhara Lokuhettige played a little cameo inning down the order to help his team cross the 200-run mark. He hit three fours and a couple of sixes in one over off spinner Mansoor Amjad for a 3-ball 33.
Warnapuras top score contained half-a-dozen boundaries and Kaushal hit five fours and faced 55 deliveries for his 41.
Warnapura and Kaushal shared a splendid 89-run partnership for the third wicket after the two openers were back in the pavilion with just six overs completed and 31 on the board against a wayward opening spell from Umer Gul, the most experienced of the Pakistani attack. Skipper Avishka Gunawardene (1) was the first to depart caught head high by his counterpart Hasan Raza at backward point when he tried to cut left arm seamer Samiullah Khan. Ian Daniel (14) fell two runs later caught behind when trying slash a ball pitched wide outside the off stump.


Result: Pakistan A won by 8 wickets
Toss: Sri Lanka A
Man of the Match: Mohammad Hafeez

Sri Lanka A innings (50 overs maximum)        R   M   B  4 6
DA Gunawardene c Hasan Raza   b S Khan        1  19  12  0 0
GI Daniel      c Zn Haider    b S Khan       14  29  19  2 0
BSM Warnapura  run out Zn Haider/Mohd Hafeez)49 114  71  6 0
JK Silva       c Zulqarnain Haider b Umar Gul41  77  55  5 0
LPC Silva                          b Umar Gul 0   1   1  0 0
G Wijekoon     c Shahid Yousuf b M Amjad     17  22  22  1 0
HGJM Kulatunga c Yasir Hameed  b M Amjad      2   9   7  0 0
UDU Chandana   run out (Hasan Raza)           6  29  24  0 0
LHD Dilhara    c Yasir Hameed  b Yasir Arafat33  34  30  2 3
S Weerakoon    not out                        3  13   6  0 0
WCA Ganegama   lbw            b Yasir Arafat  1   4   4  0 0
Extras        (lb 10, w 27, nb 5)            42
Total         (all out, 41 overs)           209

FoW: 1-29 (Gunawardene, 3.6 ov), 2-31 (Daniel, 5.6 ov),
     3-120 (JK Silva, 22.5 ov), 4-120 (LPC Silva, 22.6 ov),
     5-158 (Wijekoon, 29.3 ov), 6-158 (Warnapura, 29.4 ov),
     7-160 (Kulatunga, 31.3 ov), 8-184 (Chandana, 37.5 ov),
     9-204 (Dilhara, 40.1 ov), 10-209 (Ganegama, 40.6 ov).

Bowling                   O      M      R      W
Umar Gul                  9      0     45      2 (2nb, 7w)
Samiullah Khan            6      0     22      2 (3w)
Yasir Arafat              9      0     54      2 (1nb, 3w)
Mohammad Hafeez           7      0     30      0
Mansoor Amjad            10      1     48      2 (2nb, 6w)

Pakistan A innings                          R   M   B  4 6
Mohammad Hafeez       not out             105     132 11 0
Yasir Hameed          b Dilhara             8      27  1 0
Shahid Yousuf         c & b Warnapura      26      47  2 0
*Hasan Raza           not out              62      68  7 1
Extras                (lb 2, w 5, nb 2)     9
Total          (2 wickets, 45.2 overs)    210

DNB: Bazid Khan, Misbah-ul-Haq,Mansoor Amjad,Yasir Arafat,
  Zulqarnain Haider, Umar Gul, Samiullah Khan.

FoW: 1-22(Yasir Hameed,7.5 ov),
2-101 (Shahid Yousuf,23.1 ov).

Bowling                   O      M      R      W
Wijekoon                  6      0     26      0 (2nb, 1w)
Dilhara                   5      1     23      1 (1w)
Weerakoon                 9.2    1     47      0 (1w)
Ganegama                  6      0     42      0 (1w)
Warnapura                 9      0     38      1
Chandana                 10      0     32      0

Zayed International Cricket Stadium

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Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi

The new stadium, a bare fifteen minutes from downtown Abu Dhabi, promises a new era of sport in the Emirate. The Zayed Cricket Stadium, named after the UAE President, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, is a mutli-million dirham project that has been funded and supported by the Abu Dhabi Government with the aim of turning Abu Dhabi into a world class venue for international cricket tournaments. The architectural design of the stadium is itself bound to attract attention. The facility has an18000-seat capacity with eight pitches, five of these of turf. A massive curved shade canopy covering the Grand Stand pavilion is the highlight of the stadium. It is the largest unsupported structure of any cricket stadium, weighing around 1,000 tonnes and has three pillars placed behind at the centre, symbolising the three cricket stumps.
The latest technology is being used for lighting and scoreboards to ensure accepted international standards for televising matches.

Harbhajan Singh Memorabilia

Singh's Magnificent Hat Trick

On the 1st Day of the 2nd Test, India versus Australia, in March 2001, at Eden Gardens in Kolkata, Harbhajan Singh achieved what no other Indian cricketer had ever done - he snared a magnificent Hat Trick.
Limited Edition Magnificent photographic collage of the three dismissals with the hat trick at Calcutta capturing photograph in each piece being personally signed by Harbhajan Singh. Each piece .encased in a timber frame with Perspex glazing and is supported by A-Tag microchip authentication technology, and comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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