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Match Day

538dThe Bulletin by S Rajesh

Maharoof sizzles in thumping win

This was billed as the first real contest of the Champions Trophy, but it turned out to be shockingly one-sided, as Sri Lanka thrashed West Indies by nine wickets in the first ODI at the Brabourne Stadium in 11 years

538dFazeer Mohammad

The lost boys of cricket

Saturday's capitulation against Sri Lanka may have been disappointing, even deflating, but only those who just became followers of the roller-coaster ride that is contemporary West Indies cricket would have been shocked by the manner of the surrender in t

538dCricinfo staff

Lara remains optimistic despite drubbing

Brian Lara believes his team still has it in them to go all the way and win the Champions Trophy, even after they suffered a crushing defeat against Sri Lanka at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai

538dAnand Vasu in Mumbai

'I just went out there and kept it simple' - Maharoof

When Carlton Baugh was trapped in front of the stumps by one of those typical Farveez Maharoof deliveries - a ball that just failed to come on a touch as the fingers had been dragged on it - Maharoof fell to the ground

538dThe Verdict by Anand Vasu in Mumbai

Two-and-a-half hours of meek surrender

In two hours and 26 minutes of graceless batting West Indies ensured that no-one missed Zimbabwe or Bangladesh, the two teams to make the earliest possible exit in this tournament

538dAnand Vasu in Mumbai

'We're building up the momentum' - Lara

Brian Lara said that his team were comfortable with the tags of defendingchampions in the Champions Trophy, and that there was no negativityassociated with this


208dThe Preview by Anand Vasu in Mumbai

Pitched battle in the offing

Brian Lara's West Indies will be battling an in-form Sri Lankan side for the right to not face Australia in the next round of the Champions Trophy.

ICC Champions Trophy (ICC KnockOut)

Group A
Group B
Qualifying Group