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The 2011 ICC World Cup

January 3, 2012

                                                                The 2011 ICC World Cup  

 

Many different sports and games were invented or originated in England.   Many of these are still played and remain very popular to the people of that country.   The game of cricket is a very complicated sport to those who have never played with all of the rules and regulations, but it is one to be enjoyed by all.

 

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Cricket is a most popular sport in the world. It is thought to be the second most popular sport in the world after soccer (football).

 

 

 

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The laws of cricket are a set of rules established by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) which describe the laws of cricket worldwide.

 

 

 

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2011 ICC World Cup  

 

 

 

 

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The Pakistan Team Players for the 2011 ICC World Cup:

1. Shahid Afridi (captain)

2. Muhammad Hafeez

3. Ahmad Shahzad

4. Younus Khan

5. Misbah ul Haq (Vice-captain)

6. Abdur Rehman

7. Saeed Ajmal

8. Shoaib Akhtar

9. Sohail Tanvir

10. Umar Gul

11. Wahab Riaz

12. Abdul Razzaq

13. Mohammad Hafeez

14. Asad Shafiq

15. Kamran Akmal

16. Umar Akmal  

 

 

 

 

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The 2011 ICC World Cup Pakistan team will be captained by Shahid Afridi

 

The PAKISTAN team seems to be back to its winning ways.

 

No doubt about it, PAKISTAN is definitely touted as one of the favourites to make it to the finals of the 2011 ICC World Cup – and perhaps win it too!

 

 

 

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India’s tie with England was as good a one-day match.  It had absolutely everything.

 

We’ve seen an absolutely brilliant game of cricket, it has put this World Cup on the map – and there are many more people who will be aware of this tournament now than there were before this game.  

 

 

 

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England tie with India in World Cup thriller.

 

England hit back when Strauss hit a memorable 158 off 145 balls and Ian Bell made 69 to put their team within sight of a famous victory as they attempted to beat the previous best World Cup successful run chase of 313.

 

 

 

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A masterly century by Sachin Tendulkar and an inspired bowling spell by Zaheer Khan led India to a nail-biting tie against England in their World Cup Group B match.

 

 

 

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2011 World Cup Schedule

 

 

Feb 19 – Sat Bangladesh v India, 1st match Shere Bangla National Stadium Dhaka

Feb 20 – Sun New Zealand v Kenya, 2nd match MA Chidambaram Stadium Chennai

Feb 20 – Sun Sri Lanka v Canada, 3rd match Hambantota International Cricket Stadium Hambantota

Feb 21 – Mon Australia v Zimbabwe, 4th match Sardar Patel Stadium Ahmedabad

Feb 22 – Tue England v Netherlands, 5th match Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground Nagpur

Feb 23 – Wed Pakistan v Kenya, 6th match Hambantota International Cricket Stadium Hambantota

Feb 24 – Thu South Africa v West Indies, 7th match Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi

Feb 25 – Fri Australia v New Zealand, 8th match Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground Nagpur

Feb 25 – Fri Bangladesh v Ireland, 9th match Shere Bangla National Stadium Dhaka

Feb 26 – Sat Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 10th match R.Premadasa Stadium Colombo

Feb 27 – Sun India v England, 11th match Eden Gardens Kolkata

Feb 28 – Mon Zimbabwe v Canada, 13th match Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground Nagpur

Feb 28 – Mon West Indies v Netherlands, 12th match Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi

Mar 01 – Tue Sri Lanka v Kenya, 14th match R.Premadasa Stadium Colombo

Mar 02 – Wed England v Ireland, 15th match M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru

Mar 03 – Thu South Africa v Netherlands, 16th match Punjab Cricket Association Stadium Chandigarh

Mar 03 – Thu Pakistan v Canada, 17th match R.Premadasa Stadium Colombo

Mar 04 – Fri Bangladesh v West Indies, 19th match Shere Bangla National Stadium Dhaka

Mar 04 – Fri New Zealand v Zimbabwe, 18th match Sardar Patel Stadium Ahmedabad

Mar 05 – Sat Sri Lanka v Australia, 20th match R.Premadasa Stadium Colombo

Mar 06 – Sun India v Ireland, 21st match M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru

Mar 06 – Sun England v South Africa, 22nd match MA Chidambaram Stadium Chennai

Mar 07 – Mon Kenya v Canada, 23rd match Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi

Mar 08 – Tue Pakistan v New Zealand, 24th match Pallekele International Cricket Stadium Pallekele

Mar 09 – Wed India v Netherlands, 25th match Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi

Mar 10 – Thu Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe, 26th match Pallekele International Cricket Stadium Pallekele

Mar 11 – Fri West Indies v Ireland, 27th match Punjab Cricket Association Stadium Chandigarh

Mar 11 – Fri Bangladesh v England, 28th match Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium Chittagong

Mar 12 – Sat India v South Africa, 29th match Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground Nagpur

Mar 13 – Sun New Zealand v Canada, 30th match Wankhede Stadium Mumbai

Mar 13 – Sun Australia v Kenya, 31st match M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru

Mar 14 – Mon Bangladesh v Netherlands, 33rd match Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium Chittagong

Mar 14 – Mon Pakistan v Zimbabwe, 32nd match Pallekele International Cricket Stadium Pallekele

Mar 15 – Tue South Africa v Ireland, 34th match Eden Gardens Kolkata

Mar 16 – Wed Australia v Canada, 35th match M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru

Mar 17 – Thu England v West Indies, 36th match MA Chidambaram Stadium Chennai

Mar 18 – Fri Ireland v Netherlands, 38th match Eden Gardens Kolkata

Mar 18 – Fri Sri Lanka v New Zealand, 37th match Wankhede Stadium Mumbai

Mar 19 – Sat Australia v Pakistan, 39th match R.Premadasa Stadium Colombo

Mar 19 – Sat Bangladesh v South Africa, 40th match Shere Bangla National Stadium Dhaka

Mar 20 – Sun Zimbabwe v Kenya, 41st match Eden Gardens Kolkata

Mar 20 – Sun India v West Indies, 42nd match MA Chidambaram Stadium Chennai

Mar 23 – Wed TBC v TBC, First quarter-final Shere Bangla National Stadium Dhaka

Mar 24 – Thu TBC v TBC, Second quarter-final R.Premadasa Stadium Colombo

Mar 25 – Fri TBC v TBC, Third quarter-final Shere Bangla National Stadium Dhaka

Mar 26 – Sat TBC v TBC, Fourth quarter-final Sardar Patel Stadium Ahmedabad

Mar 29 – Tue TBC v TBC, First semi-final Sinhalese Sports Club Colombo

Mar 30 – Wed TBC v TBC, Second semi-final Punjab Cricket Association Stadium Chandigarh

Apr 02 – Sat TBC v TBC, Final Wankhede Stadium Mumbai  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Last 5 overs Drama of India vs England Tie Match of World Cup 2011  

 

 

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