When there is roar in the world for an upcoming batting sensation, even the fastest and tricky bowlers hate to face someone, one could imagine it is one and only Virat Kohli at the crease.
One of the greatest batsmen India ever produced which earned him the title ‘Wall of Indian batting’, Rahul Dravid has hung his boots from international cricket.
The devoted Captain of Sri Lankan, Mahela Jayawardene has blamed the top order who let them down in the third final of the Commonwealth Bank Series against Australia which they lost by a narrow margin of 16 runs.
Clint McKay delivered a baleful bowling display by grabbing five wickets against Sri Lanka in the 3rd and decisive final of the Commonwealth Bank Series which Australia clinched by 16 runs.
The majestic captain of Australia, Michael Clarke has been ruled out of the important Third final against Sri Lanka and the limited over games vs. West Indies to be played in March 2012 due left hamstring injury.
The Australian captain, Michael Clarke was worried after their defeat in the second Final of the Commonwealth Bank Series against Sri Lanka and blamed his team for the debacle.
The best opening stand of 179 runs in the Commonwealth Bank Series by Tillakaratne Dilshan and Mahela Jayawardene put Australia in the corner as Sri Lanka won the second final by a massive margin of eight wickets.
The prominent star of Australia, David Hussey proved his worth as a bowler after grabbing four wickets against Sri Lanka in the first final of the Commonwealth Bank Series which revamped him from net bowler to a match winner.
David Warner hammered 163 runs as Australia clinched the thrilling first final of the Commonwealth Bank Series 2011-12 against Sri Lanka by 15 runs.
Sri Lanka fell short of 40 runs which costed them the match.