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West Indies fined for slow over rate
The West Indies team has been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during its 15-run loss to Sri Lanka during the Group C match in the ICC World Twenty20 at Trent Bridge on Wednesday

Sri Lanka edge past the West Indies
Sanath Jayasuriya and Tillekeratne Dilshan hammered an opening stand of 124 as Sri Lanka beat the West Indies by 15 runs in the World Twenty20 on Wednesday

India to sort out woes against Ireland
India take on Ireland in a meaningless Group A World Twenty20 match at Trent Bridge on Wednesday

Sehwag admits sustaining injury in IPL
Opener Virender Sehwag on Wednesday admitted he was not fit going into the Twenty20 World Cup as he had hurt his shoulder during the Indian Premier League semi-final

South Africa manage to defend low total
South Africa rode on some excellent bowling to clinch a one-run win over New Zealand in a thrilling Group D clash of the ICC World Twenty20 at Lord's

Younus keen to see his men go all the way
Missing the hysterical laughter from the previous press conference, Pakistan skipper Younus Khan did not shy away from labelling Twenty20 as entertainment yet again as he faced the media in a post match conference

Sehwag returns home with shoulder injury
Virender Sehwag is out of the ICC World Twenty20. The Indian vice-captain will return home from England since his shoulder injury, a grade one tear on his right shoulder, has still not healed

Dutch dream over after Pakistan defeat
Shahid Afridi starred for Pakistan with the ball as the Test side ensured the end of the Netherlands's fairytale performance at the World Twenty20 at Lord's on Tuesday

Pakistan ready for Dutch day of destiny
Pakistan coach Intikhab Alam is confident his side can come good when it matters most against the Netherlands and avoid the embarrassment of a first round exit from the World Twenty20

Ponting admits mistakes cost the Aussies
Australia skipper Ricky Ponting felt too many mistakes cost them the match against Sri Lanka and resulted in their early exit from the Twenty20 World Cup

Aussies sent crashing out by Sri Lanka
Sangakkara and Dilshan hit a fifty each as Sri Lanka thrashed Australia by 6 wickets to end their T20 World Cup campaign at Trent Bridge

Irish eyes are smiling as Tigers crash out
Ireland caused the second shock result of this years World Cup by beating Bangladesh by 6 wickets to secure a place in the Super Eights as the Tigers crashed out

Poor fielding could cost Pakistan dear
Pakistan captain Younis Khan was left struggling to explain his side`s lacklustre display after their comprehensive 48-run loss to England in the ICC World Twenty20

Aussies walking a fine line against Sri Lanka
Australia is on the brink of an early exit at the Twenty20 World Championship ahead if its do-or-die clash with Sri Lanka on Monday evening

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