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Saturday, September 25, 2004
West Indies' flair versus England's form
LONDON, SEPT. 24. The moment of reckoning has arrived. Rarely have England and West Indies found themselves in such an exalted position and the occasion should bring the best out of the two captains Brian Lara and Michael Vaughan. They ...
The worst may be over for Windies
West Indies has started to find some proper cricketers. Reaching the final of the Champions Trophy suggested that the worst may be over for the game in a region that has produced so many of cricket's greatest men and finest players. Nor was it ...
Langer sounds a warning
MUMBAI, SEPT. 24. Justin Langer has not looked back since his 116 against Pakistan in Peshawar five years ago. He has also scripted remarkable opening-wicket partnerships with Matthew Hayden 3,554 runs in 35 Tests (59 innings), 11 century ...
Pakistan draws first blood
KARACHI, SEPT. 24. Pakistan recorded a scrappy 2-1 win over archrival India on Friday in the opening game of the eight-match hockey series in the southern city of Karachi. Pakistan's short corner specialist Sohail Abbas neutralised Arjun ...
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