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I think Chris Martin from Coldplay has scored many more.

Commentator Ian Smith after saying New Zealand's No. 11 Chris Martin has not scored runs at any level since November

Apr 4, 2009 Tweet | Share

Me playing or not playing, the team is not too bothered about it, it doesn't have a big impact on the team.

MS Dhoni is being modest on the eve of the deciding Test against New Zealand

Apr 3, 2009 Tweet | Share

I mean that is the greatest tiredness in the world.

Rahul Dravid indicates how Gautam Gambhir will be feeling after scoring a Test century

Mar 29, 2009 Tweet | Share

To look at him you wouldn't think he could do half the things that he does. But he can.

Chris Martin's keen observation on Jesse Ryder

Mar 28, 2009 Tweet | Share

Jeepers. You would have thought it was my first hundred, the way I was jumping around.

Ross Taylor after getting past the nervous nineties

Mar 26, 2009 Tweet | Share

What are you doing here, mate?

Mark Richardson to Virender Sehwag after MS Dhoni's injury was unknown until the toss in the Napier Test

Mar 26, 2009 Tweet | Share

Maybe they all think it's my last tour.

Sachin Tendulkar on the standing ovations he gets wherever he plays in the world.

Mar 20, 2009 Tweet | Share

I was sweating bullets there for a minute.

Jesse Ryder, on what he went through while watching Chris Martin play out five deliveries as he stood anxiously at the non-striker's end, on 98

Mar 18, 2009 Tweet | Share

It's a truly absurd thing [for the BCCI] to flex their muscles in the commentary box for fear that Ravi Shastri [IPL] and Craig McMillan [ICL] might accidentally exchange bodily fluids that could eventually infect all the right-thinking people of the cricketing world.

Dylan Cleaver in the New Zealand Herald on the depths the Indian board's anti-ICL crusade has plumbed

Mar 16, 2009 Tweet | Share

We probably needed about 500 tonight the way they played. That would have been a good game.

Daniel Vettori after New Zealand were taken apart by Virender Sehwag in the one-dayer in Hamilton

Mar 12, 2009 Tweet | Share

As far as Mr Prime Minister is concerned, me and Daniel will talk to our respective teams and tell them not to take the game till the last over or the last few overs so that we can take a bit of tension away from you."

Mahendra Singh Dhoni pledges a tension-free summer for prime minister John Key's sake. Easier said than done.

Mar 5, 2009 Tweet | Share

These tight late games are playing havoc with the schedule in our house because every time I return from a function late in the night, my son is watching cricket. So these tight finishes have made for some sleepless nights in our household.

New Zealand prime minister John Key was one of those affected by the tense Twenty20 games against India

Mar 5, 2009 Tweet | Share

Spaniels don't tell rottweilers their business.

New Zealand Herald's David Leggat finds the ICL droopy-eyed in the face of the teeth-baring, slavering BCCI

Feb 28, 2009 Tweet | Share

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Tour Results
New Zealand v India at Wellington - Apr 3-7, 2009
Match drawn
New Zealand v India at Napier - Mar 26-30, 2009
Match drawn
New Zealand v India at Hamilton - Mar 18-21, 2009
India won by 10 wickets
New Zealand v India at Auckland - Mar 14, 2009
New Zealand won by 8 wickets (with 118 balls remaining)
New Zealand v India at Hamilton - Mar 11, 2009
India won by 84 runs (D/L method)
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