Tag Archives: Sachin Tendulkar

Vic Marks: Bollywood finish but too much soap opera

It’s a shock to the system that it’s all over. There must be another match between Zimbabwe and Canada going on somewhere in the sub-continent. The 2011 World Cup has been like a soap opera in India, something happening every … Continue reading

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India my pick for final packed with match-winners

The 2011 World Cup final, fittingly, will be contested by the two best-balanced and consistent teams in the competition and promises to be a magnificent occasion in Mumbai. With Sachin Tendulkar on one side and Muttiah Muralitharan on the other, … Continue reading

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CMJ: Epic tie has significant timing for cricket

What a shame that the wonderful India v England first round match in Bangalore was not the World Cup final! It would be an exaggeration in the euphoria of the moment, perhaps, to call it, like Ben Hur, an epic … Continue reading

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A tribute to ‘The Little Master’

Twice as good as Wally Hammond, twice as good as Colin Cowdrey and twice as good as Geoffrey Boycott – claims that supporters of Sachin Tendulkar can now make after ‘The Little Master’ posted his 50th Test hundred on the … Continue reading

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