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Old April 19, 2004, 08:10 PM
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Default SRILANKA VS. ZIM

Anyone know where can we see srilanka and zim matches on the internet. Even though Srilanka is gonna win easily and matches won't be really interesting i will like to see Murali breaking Walsh's reacord and hence thas the history i will love to see.

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Old April 19, 2004, 08:53 PM
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srilanka ebong zimbabwe ai duto team kintu akhon antorjatik cricket a khub kharap shomoy katachhe. srilanka shomproti tara australia ar shathe khub baje perform korlo ebong zimbabwe dol tara kintu besh kichu kharap shomoy otibahito korlo bangladesh shofor korar por. tobe ami mone kori onno shabor moto je ai series ti ak torofabhabe murali vs. zimbabwe series hobe. dannabad.
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Old April 19, 2004, 10:27 PM
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I see a ten wicket haul for Murali...this Zim team is pathetically hopeless...


But then he might not even be required to bowl that much if Vaas does the job...:P
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Old April 19, 2004, 11:01 PM
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Quote:
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Anyone know where can we see srilanka and zim matches on the internet.
We were not able to watch even our own matches against the Zims. The possibility is practically zero for now. Of course we can keep our hope alive though.
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Old April 20, 2004, 03:19 AM
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Taibu is celebrating his captaincy. Three consecutive 4s in the 10th over. An expected poor start for Zimbabwe though.
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Old April 20, 2004, 06:31 AM
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Phew.. Murali got some rough treatment.

49.6 Muralitharan to Taibu, one run, sweeps it away to square leg
49.5 Muralitharan to Nkala, three runs, on the legs and tries to work it
away but gets off the leasding edhe and drops short of mid wicket
fielder
49.4 Muralitharan to Nkala, SIX, Down the track again and this time hits
it powerfully way over wide of long on fence
49.3 Muralitharan to Taibu, one run, sweeps it but ets off the inside
edge, almost chopping down the stumps
49.2 Muralitharan to Nkala, one run
49.1 Muralitharan to Nkala, SIX, Down the track and hammers it way oevr
deep mid wicket ropes

Hope Zimbabwe can snatch a win here.
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Old April 20, 2004, 08:05 AM
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Old April 20, 2004, 08:56 AM
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2oo+ is always an acceptable total. on a purely cricketing note, this has been a good day for zim.

, first showing some talent in the batting ranks (despite continuing poor performances by the "senoir" matsikenyeri and sibanda - and ebrahim for that matter).

and second, and as important, taibu has also shown what a great captain hes going to be - hes been doing it for a while(scoring and stopping the rot) now and what a way to start his captaincy ( and in these cirumstances - well done taibu!!).

i never felt as downhearted as most with regards the talent. ill be really sorry to lose some real talent (ie. ervine, streak and price and possibly vermeulan) but that old team were once all out for 40 something against vaas - i must say im feeling pretty proud of that batting result. long may it last

anyone know how i can watch it??

edit: - just noticed the above post with regards internet coverage.

[Edited on 20-4-2004 by betterdaz]

PS with regards murali - his second worst bowling aves are against zim in zim (40+) - i know its a different team but hes not fond of zim, methinks (and hopes)

[Edited on 20-4-2004 by betterdaz]
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Old April 20, 2004, 09:16 AM
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Obostha subidhaar na...44/3


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Old April 20, 2004, 09:47 AM
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great opening act taibu ! 96 not out!
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Old April 20, 2004, 10:36 AM
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SL win by 6 wkts (D/L method)

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Old April 20, 2004, 10:40 AM
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as expected by many of us! nevertheless a decent performance form this new look Zim. Squad
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Old April 20, 2004, 12:53 PM
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jaihok,
zimbabwe kintu porajito holo. tobe erokom brishti bighnito match a kintu akta doler obostha ki sheta thik moton bola jai na. tobe ami mone kori tatendro taibu kintu odhinayok hishebe khub shundor akta shuchona korechen. dannabad.
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Old April 20, 2004, 01:07 PM
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This was a great performance by Zimbabwe. They not only did excellent in slogging one of the best bowling attack in the world, they also had Sri Lanka on the mat before the rain interrupted play. Impressive, with a virtual second tier team. This should be celebrated as a huge moral victory for Zimbabwe. Wonderful!
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Old April 22, 2004, 03:43 AM
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Here is the Live Scorecard of the 2nd ODI.

Right now, Zim 50/4 at 15.0 overs and Vaas rocks Zimbabwe.
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Old April 22, 2004, 04:35 AM
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Another one falls...Sri Lanka should take the series no problem

Btw...where's Mahwire and Vermuelen?
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Old April 22, 2004, 05:02 AM
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ain't ESPN telecasting live?
SL is on top pretty much!!
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Old April 22, 2004, 05:04 AM
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Zim 136/10 (36.4 ov)

After Vaas (4 w), Murali (4 w) rocked Zim.

It seems that the spirit of the new look Zim team evapaorated in this ODI.

Update: Sri Lanka 139/1 (20.5 ov)

Srilanka won by 9 wickets

Jaysuriya became the highest run getters in ODI among Srilankans crossing De Silva.

Excellent 74 unbeaten by Jayantha, his 1st half century.

[Edited on 22-4-2004 by abhs : To update the result]
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Old April 22, 2004, 08:24 AM
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Default Vaas and Murali rout Zimbabwe in the 2nd ODI

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward

The harsh realities of international cricket caught up with the new, enthusiastic but very raw Zimbabwe team, as Sri Lanka overwhelmed them by nine wickets shortly after lunch in the second one-day international at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo. It was Chaminda Vaas who set the ball rolling by taking the first four Zimbabwean wickets, and then a dominating innings of 74 not out from Saman Jayantha sealed the match with 29.4 overs to spare.

It was men against boys. After Zimbabwe had been bowled out for 136, Sanath Jayasuriya and Jayantha plundered the hapless Zimbabwean seamers, producing an array of dazzling strokes including a sliced six over cover by Jayasuriya off Hondo. The shell-shocked bowlers were quite unable to find their line and length, and their only breakthrough came on the stroke of lunch, when Jayasuriya (31) grew a little over-confident and skyed the suffering Tinashe Panyangara to mid-off (84 for 1).

The scoring rate slowed for a while as Marvan Atapattu settled in, but with the dominant Jayantha still going strong, there was no repeat of Tuesday's close encounter. Zimbabwe's bowlers were totally outclassed, and only Prosper Utseya, who conceded 11 runs off his 17 balls, could claim to have escaped severe punishment. The Zimbabwean bubble, apparently, had been well and truly burst.

On a hot, sunny morning, Sri Lanka again won the toss and again put Zimbabwe in to bat, and again their opening partnership again failed. There was not a run on the board when Vusi Sibanda moved awkwardly across his stumps to the fourth ball of the innings, and was trapped lbw by a delivery from Vaas that straightened. His opening partner Brendan Taylor, who is generally more comfortable off the front foot, struggled for two runs in 29 minutes before fending a short ball from Vaas into the slips (20 for 2).

Vaas was bowling superbly. He removed Dion Ebrahim for 16, via a gloved catch to leg gully, and Elton Chigumbura for a duck, as he drove a low catch to short extra cover. At 27 for 4 the situation looked bleak, and much rested once again on Tatenda Taibu. A couple of his early strokes bore a hint of desperation, but he was not prepared to let the bowlers call the tune.

Taibu received good support from his former schoolmate, Stuart Matsikenyeri, although they relied mainly on drives and quick singles, as the Sri Lankans gave them little to pull or cut. But the partnership came to a disappointing end as Taibu swept Jayasuriya, tried to take a second run to a misfield, and was caught just short of his crease by an accurate return from the substitute fielder Rangana Herath. He made 35 and Zimbabwe were 76 for 5.

After that, it was a steady decline for Zimbabwe. Matsikenyeri was stumped for the second match running, as he charged down the pitch to Muttiah Muralitharan for 18, while Alester Maregwede made 10. He hit Murali for a six over long on, but was deceived next ball and trapped lbw by a top-spinner.

Utseya drove Murali for six to record his first runs in international cricket. He went on to make a creditable 25 not out, and shared a lively ninth-wicket partnership of 26 with Douglas Hondo, who was eventually given out lbw by a massive spinner from Muralitharan that hit him on the back pad.

Vaas returned to finish off the innings, but Murali did the job for him, despite being treated with considerable confidence by youngsters who perhaps were less aware of his reputation than many of Zimbabwe's batsmen of the past. Apart from that pair, Sri Lanka's bowling looked rather thin, but in this match it scarcely mattered.
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Old April 22, 2004, 08:26 AM
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painful

well, zim cricketers have always learnt on the job - now they have to do it again, with extra haste.

vermeulan and mahwire - dont know!!
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Old April 25, 2004, 02:53 AM
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Here is the Live Scorecard from Cricinfo of the 3rd ODI: Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka at Harare.

The start of Zimbabwe has not been again well. Zimbabwe was 5/1 (3.2 Overs).
S Matsikenyeri run out (Herath) 4 (12b 1x4 0x6)

Zimbabwe comes up with the same team from Bulawayo and as for Sri Lankans three changes. Herath comes in for Murali, Dilhara Fernando for Zoysa and Mahroof for Chandana. Maharoof and Herath on their debut.

It is too early to comment, but would the bulletin of this ODI again start with something like-The harsh realities of international cricket caught up with the new, enthusiastic but very raw Zimbabwe team..................... ?

[Edited on 25-4-2004 by abhs]
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Old April 25, 2004, 03:33 AM
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Zim 35/10

A world record as far as the lowest total in ODI is concerned. Previously it was Canada All out for 36 against Sri Lanka. That was in the world cup 2003.




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Old April 25, 2004, 04:33 AM
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Sad!! but Logical sequence...
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Old April 25, 2004, 04:52 AM
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As per lowest score sequence, only England is ahead than Ban…
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Old April 25, 2004, 04:52 AM
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Zimbabwe: 35 (18 ov)
Sri Lanka: 40/1 (9.2 ov)

Sri Lanka won by 9 wkts.

One good thing about this game is the loud and clear message: get back to the table, now.
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