Recap the action with Harsha Bhogle
RSS RSS

Champions' memorable farewell

Sri Lanka make it to the final in Mumbai, but New Zealand should be proud of their performance as they didn't really have the class to come so far (00:00)

March 29, 2011

Posted by   on (March 31, 2011, 1:41 GMT)

Harsha Bhogle is one of the best TV analysts out there. He is very much like Tony Gregg and speaks from his heart.

Posted by   on (March 30, 2011, 12:04 GMT)

Murali, the things you ve done cannot be forgotten with ease. really, a gentleman of the game and a man with stature. hatz off MURALi for your contribution for sri lanka crickeT

Posted by   on (March 30, 2011, 8:14 GMT)

MURALI i thanks for you ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, because i am SRI LANKAN

Posted by Avery_Mann on (March 30, 2011, 0:43 GMT)

"as they didn't really have the class to come so far" Whatever! You don't get to the World Cup semis by accident. I seem to remember them smashing Pakistan by over a 100 runs - that was all class.

Posted by   on (March 30, 2011, 0:20 GMT)

with no strong batting line /bowling ...Newzeland made it to semis... Hi5 for them.....Fielding agianst SA is one of the biggest Highlight in 2011 WC..

Comments have now been closed for this article


Play Video
The night the World Cup came home

Apr 2, 2011 A victory to remember for India in a campaign where they had a player for every occasion, and where the emerging stars stood shoulder to shoulder with the seniors (05:46)

Play Video
Sad end to a promising campaign

Mar 30, 2011 Pakistan floundered more than what they could afford, while India marched ahead to set up a clash with Sri Lanka in the World Cup final in Mumbai (05:32)


Play Video
'Missing crucial chances cost us the game' - Mathews

Press Conference: Sri Lanka captain identifies the errors his team made during the third ODI against South Africa which led to their series loss (02:48) | Jul 13, 2014

Play Video
Is Moeen Ali really England's No. 1 spinner?

Match Point: The Match Point panel discusses England's decision to play Moeen Ali as their main spinning option in the Trent Bridge Test (05:38) | Jul 13, 2014

Play Video
'A statement of what we can achieve' - de Villiers

Press Conference: South Africa captain Ab de Villiers reflects on a job well done by his team following their historic series win in Sri Lanka (04:04) | Jul 13, 2014