Showing news for 4th Match: West Indies v Zimbabwe at Canterbury, Jul 11, 2000
The NatWest Series, 2000
2001: At Canterbury, July 11
Jul 11, 2000: Paul Millman, Chief Executive of Kent County Cricket, told reporter Andy Jalil that - in spite of the near wintry conditions of grey skies and cold wind, plus a stoppage for rain, that: "We are thrilled to be included on the circuit for the one-day
Jul 11, 2000: Far from resembling the dejected side they were after their recent Test series with England, Zimbabwe now exude confidence in their play and almost a swagger in their demeanour as they dominate the NatWest Series
Jul 11, 2000: Zimbabwe, playing close to their true form, completed a highly convincing 70-run victory over a lethargic-looking West Indian team
Jul 11, 2000: After 30 overs of the West Indian innings, Zimbabwe were on the verge of another sensational victory
Jul 11, 2000: Zimbabwe continued their run spree at the expense of a very tired-looking West Indies team, totaling 256 for four in fine style off their 50 overs
Jul 11, 2000: The NatWest Series is thriving, thanks to Zimbabwe's unexpected and spirited start to the tournament
After spending 15 years in the domestic circuit, Naman Ojha is expected to make his Test debut in the third match, for which, he says, he is not facing additional pressure because of the long wait
After a ten-month free-fall, Cheteshwar Pujara will turn out for India once again at the traditional batting paradise that is the SSC. Can he make it count?
For the fifth time in the last year and a half, India had their opponents five down for less than 100 only to let the lower order off the hook
There are more frequent tours, better technology, and easier pitches today than before. So why do teams struggle to win away from home more than they did in the past?
On a steaming Colombo day, victory did not come easily to India. But the team kept its focus, intensity and clarity of thought going, and reaped the benefits
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