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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

Pakistan vs World XI Twenty20 cricket match at The Oval


Sachin Tendulkar for charity clash at The Oval

Indian superstar Sachin Tendulkar is to play for an international XI next week in a fund-raising match for victims of the Pakistan earthquake, organisers announced yesterday.
A star-studded side is due to take on Pakistan in a Twenty20 international at The Oval on July 10. Tendulkar, who is easing himself back into action after shoulder surgery, will be expected to open the batting for a side that will be skippered by India captain Rahul Dravid and also include wicket-keeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, as well as the likes of Brian Lara and Muttiah Muralitharan. The match is being organised by Surrey county cricket club, whose chief executive, Paul Sheldon, voiced his delight at having secured Tendulkar's services. "It is fantastic to have one of the world's greatest batsmen on show for the match," Sheldon said.
The squad for the international XI also includes three England-based Pakistanis in Azhar Mahmood, Mohammad Akram and Saqlain Mushtaq. Proceeds of next week's match will go to those who have suffered as a result of the quake which struck northern Pakistan last October. International XI (from): Rahul Dravid (Captain), Mahendra Singh Dhoni (wicket-keeper), Sachin Tendulkar, Muttiah Muralitharan, Brian Lara, Chris Cairns, Makhaya Ntini, Andrew Hall, Scott Styris, Azhar Mahmood, Mohammad Akram, Saqlain Mushtaq.

Pakistan vs World XI Twenty20 cricket match at The Oval

Sachin Tendulkar fails to stop Pakistan

Shahid Afridi turned in another astonishing display of hitting with 41 from 12 balls as Pakistan won their charity Twenty20 match against an International XI by six wickets at the Brit Oval.
All-rounder Afridi hit his first four balls, faced in near darkness, from Zaheer Khan for three sixes and a four as Pakistan chased the International XIs 123 for one off 10 overs. They got home off the last ball thanks to a rapid 36 not out from captain Inzamam-ul-Haq. Rain shortened the match but not the excitement as Afridi greeted Scott Styris by hitting his first two deliveries into the crowd before he eventually holed out to Brian Lara at short fine-leg. In all, he hit five sixes and two fours to give the Pakistan innings a real shot in the arm.
Sachin Tendulkar made 50 not out, from 26 balls with eight fours and a six, out of the International XI total as he continued his recovery from the shoulder injury that kept him out of Indias recent series win over West Indies. Tendulkar and Brian Lara (32) put on 72 for the first wicket before Lara walked after inside-edging Abdul Razzaq to the wicket-keeper.
Even in the gloom Lara managed to hit Waqar Younis for three fours in an over and put Razzaq over the fence. Partner Tendulkar received a standing ovation from the 20,000-plus crowd when he reached his half-century but even his batting was overshadowed by the explosive Mahendra Dhoni, who smashed the ball to all parts, making 35 from 13 balls with three fours and three sixes, out of a stand of 51 for the second wicket. Mohammad Sami, who was thought to be struggling to be fit for the first Test against England starting on Thursday, tested out his knee injury by bowling two overs, although nowhere near full pace.

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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