Sharda Ugra blogs in India Today that the presence of a team from strife-ridden Afghanistan is reason enough to follow the World Twenty20.
After a long journey from Australia it’s been great to be in the Caribbean, it reminds me a lot of Australia all the beaches and sunshine, it’s a cool place.
Paul Collingwood may sound like a broken record, but his team is anything but one
Mike Atherton, writing in the Times , reviews the film Out of the Ashes , a remarkable story of the Afghanistan cricket team that put up a brave show at the World Twenty20 this year
The World Twenty20 begins with some odd cricket
Those were the only words uttered by Umesh Yadav's father, a coalmine worker in Nagpur, when he found that his son had been asked to join the Indian World Twenty20 team in the West Indies
'Choking' is very much a part of sport