Champions League Cricket 2009 – Champions League Highlights

Champions League Cricket Highlights – 2009 Twenty20 Champions League

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T20 Champions League Highlights 2009 Cricket 20-20 | Cricket Highlights Video

The Twenty20 cricket has got bigger and better and for all the cricket fans there is a lot to cheer about and look forward to in the forthcoming Champions League 2009 that will be kicking off from the 8th of October.

Champions League will host T20 cricket clubs from different nations; it will consist of a total of twelve teams with two top teams from Australia, two from England, two from South Africa and three best teams from India. The West Indies, Sri Lanka and even the New Zealand teams will take part in the event.

The Champions League Cricket will be conducted in the round robin format with four groups consisting of three teams each and the two best teams for each group will qualify to the knockout level. The matches will be scheduled within a span of 16 days with a total of 19 matches being played during the stipulated time that is from October 8th- 23rd. The event sponsor is Bharthi Airtel and that is why the league is called Airtel Twenty20 Champions League.

The 12 teams participating in this league are as follows- New South Wales Blues and Victoria Bushrangers from Australia, Cape Cobras and Diamond Eagles from South Africa, Deccan Chargers,Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Dare Devils from India, Otago Volts from New Zealand,Sussex Sharks and Somerset Sabres from England, Wayamba from Sri Lanka and Trinidad andTobago from West Indies. Get set for some really exciting cricketing fever this season- entertainment unlimited is what it promises to be!

India vs Syria Nehru Cup 2009 Football Final Results, Highlights

India Syria reach the final in the Nehru Cup Football 2009

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India vs Syria in Nehru Cup Football Finals on Sunday August 29 2009

India WINS Nehru Cup 2009, beats Syria 5-4 in Finals

Syria 1-1, 4-5 India [on penalties]

The ONGC Nehru Cup or the Nehru Cup International Football Tournament has some surprise for us.

This year it is the 14th edition of the tournament, and the matches were played in the round-robin format. The final match is scheduled to be played on August 31st 2009 at the Ambedkar Stadium.

The surprise is that India has defeated Sri Lanka with a splendid score of 3-1, and with this victory they have cemented their position in the final. Their ground passes were good and they looked pretty decent against the Lankans.

The Syrian coach Fajer Ibrahim expressed happiness with his team’s performance and considering the fact that Syrian players are fasting due to Ramadan, he felt they were doing awesome and a draw against Lebanon would have been enough for them to take to the final, but Syria defeated Lebanon with a score of 1-0 and is headed to play the final match against India.

Syria has highest rank in the five-nation tournament and India will surely be facing the tough opponents in the finals.

Syria has scored nine points with three victories in the tournament. But India’s coach Bob Houghton warns his team in spite of reaching the finals and says that they need to still play their best soccer to see they win against Syria as even goalkeeper Subrata Paul remarked that the Indians deserved to be in the final match.

India has emerged as a strong contender to win the Nehru but Syria surely has an upper hand and start as pre-match favorites.

India (from): Subrata Paul, Subhashish Roy Chowdhury, Ali Anwar, Deepak Mondal, Bhaichung Bhutia (C), Mahesh Gawli, Surkumar Singh, Gouramangi Singh, Samir Naik, Mehrajuddin Wadoo, N P Pradeep, Renedy Singh, Syed Rahim Nabi, Steven Dias, Anthony Pereira, Climax Lawrence, Sunil Chhetri, Sushil Kumar Singh, Abhishek Yadav.

Syria (from): Mosab Balhous, Moustafa Shakosh, Hamzeh Al Aitoni, Ali Dyab, Mohamed Al Zeno, Belal Abdul Daim, Abdul Razak Al Hussain, Abdul Fatah Alaga, Alaa Alshbli, Feras Ismail, Raja Rafe, Kawa Hisso, Moutaz Kaildni, Jwan Hisso, Ahmad Haj Mohamad, Bakri Tarrab.

India vs Syria Nehru Cup Football Final Results — August 32 2009

Follow the India vs Syria Live Score Nehru Cup Football 2009 Updates below;

30 minutes got added as EXTRA TIME in the final of the ONGC Nehru Cup 2009 — India vs Syria Football Match.

Syria 1 — 1 India

Penalties (4 — 5)

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Rafe Scored Lawrence Scored
Ayan Missed (hit the bar) P.R. Singh
Missed (hit the bar)
Haj Mohamad Missed (hit the bar) Chhetri
Scored
Balhous Scored Dias
Scored
Al Agha Scored
Al Hussain Scored A. Ali
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Al Aitoni Missed (hit the bar) S. Singh Scored

IPL 2010 Schedule – IPL – Indian Premier League

IPL 2010 Schedule and Fixtures – March 12, 2010 Onwards

IPL 2010 Schedule – IPL – Indian Premier League (March – April 2010). Cricket’s latest cash crop IPL is all set to return to India in its third edition in 2010. Thanks to the overwhelming popularity of the first two seasons, schedules for the third are already being decided. Start of the tournament is tentatively pitted on the 12th of March and staged over 45 days.

The big issue has been excess fatigue for players, which ruins their chances of performing to the fullest in national colors. Several Indian players, Andrew Flintoff and other players are still carrying IPL-induced injuries. BCCI will take care that the IPL time slot allows significant period of rest before the World Cup Twenty20, scheduled to be played in March-April 2010.

The original contract for each franchisee’s players was for three years. Many will try to leave a mark in the final year of their contract. Some players, like Saurav Ganguly, Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden are expected to hang their boots after IPL 2010. Eyes are also fixed on the age-defying old war horse Sanath Jayasuriya, who has entered 40s. Ganguly’s potential role for KKR in IPL 2010 is also generating curiosity.

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For the record, Delhi, Rajasthan, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore and Punjab will again fight the grueling contest. Plans are also being discussed to accommodate more teams in future IPL tournaments.

Indian Premier League 2010 Fixtures

Date IPL Match Details Time (GMT) Time (IST) Ground City
Mar 12 – Fri Deccan Chargers v Kolkata Knight Riders, 1st match 00:00 05:30 Rajiv Gandhi Int. Stadium Hyderabad
Mar 13 – Sat Mumbai Indians v Rajasthan Royals, 2nd match 00:00 05:30
Mar 13 – Sat Kings XI Punjab v Delhi Daredevils, 3rd match 00:00 05:30 Punjab C.A. Stadium Mohali
Mar 14 – Sun Kolkata Knight Riders v Bangalore Royal Challengers, 5th match 00:00 05:30 Eden Gardens Kolkata
Mar 14 – Sun Chennai Super Kings v Deccan Chargers, 4th match 00:00 05:30 MA Chidambaram Stadium-Chepauk Chennai
Mar 15 – Mon Rajasthan Royals v Delhi Daredevils, 6th match 00:00 05:30 Sawai Mansingh Stadium Jaipur
Mar 16 – Tue Kolkata Knight Riders v Chennai Super Kings, 8th match 00:00 05:30 Eden Gardens Kolkata
Mar 16 – Tue Bangalore Royal Challengers v Kings XI Punjab, 7th match 00:00 05:30 M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore
Mar 17 – Wed Delhi Daredevils v Mumbai Indians, 9th match 00:00 05:30 Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
Mar 18 – Thu Bangalore Royal Challengers v Rajasthan Royals, 10th match 00:00 05:30 M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore
Mar 19 – Fri Deccan Chargers v Kings XI Punjab, 11th match 00:00 05:30 ACA-VDCA Stadium Visakhapatnam
Mar 20 – Sat Rajasthan Royals v Kolkata Knight Riders, 12th match 00:00 05:30 Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera Ahmedabad
Mar 20 – Sat Mumbai Indians v Bangalore Royal Challengers, 13th match 00:00 05:30
Mar 21 – Sun Delhi Daredevils v Deccan Chargers, 15th match 00:00 05:30 Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
Mar 21 – Sun Chennai Super Kings v Kings XI Punjab, 14th match 00:00 05:30 MA Chidambaram Stadium-Chepauk Chennai
Mar 22 – Mon Mumbai Indians v Kolkata Knight Riders, 16th match 00:00 05:30
Mar 23 – Tue Bangalore Royal Challengers v Chennai Super Kings, 17th match 00:00 05:30 M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore
Mar 24 – Wed Kings XI Punjab v Rajasthan Royals, 18th match 00:00 05:30 Punjab C.A. Stadium Mohali
Mar 25 – Thu Kolkata Knight Riders v Delhi Daredevils, 19th match 00:00 05:30 Eden Gardens Kolkata
Mar 26 – Fri Rajasthan Royals v Deccan Chargers, 21st match 00:00 05:30 Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera Ahmedabad
Mar 26 – Fri Chennai Super Kings v Mumbai Indians, 20th match 00:00 05:30 MA Chidambaram Stadium-Chepauk Chennai
Mar 27 – Sat Kings XI Punjab v Kolkata Knight Riders, 23rd match 00:00 05:30 Punjab C.A. Stadium Mohali
Mar 27 – Sat Bangalore Royal Challengers v Delhi Daredevils, 22nd match 00:00 05:30 M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore
Mar 28 – Sun Rajasthan Royals v Chennai Super Kings, 24th match 00:00 05:30 Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera Ahmedabad
Mar 28 – Sun Deccan Chargers v Mumbai Indians, 25th match 00:00 05:30 ACA-VDCA Stadium Visakhapatnam
Mar 29 – Mon Delhi Daredevils v Kolkata Knight Riders, 26th match 00:00 05:30 Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
Mar 30 – Tue Mumbai Indians v Kings XI Punjab, 27th match 00:00 05:30
Mar 31 – Wed Chennai Super Kings v Bangalore Royal Challengers, 28th match 00:00 05:30 MA Chidambaram Stadium-Chepauk Chennai
Mar 31 – Wed Delhi Daredevils v Rajasthan Royals, 29th match 00:00 05:30 Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
Apr 01 – Thu Kolkata Knight Riders v Deccan Chargers, 30th match 00:00 05:30 Eden Gardens Kolkata
Apr 02 – Fri Kings XI Punjab v Bangalore Royal Challengers, 31st match 00:00 05:30 Punjab C.A. Stadium Mohali
Apr 03 – Sat Mumbai Indians v Deccan Chargers, 33rd match 00:00 05:30
Apr 03 – Sat Chennai Super Kings v Rajasthan Royals, 32nd match 00:00 05:30 MA Chidambaram Stadium-Chepauk Chennai
Apr 04 – Sun Delhi Daredevils v Bangalore Royal Challengers, 34th match 00:00 05:30 Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
Apr 04 – Sun Kolkata Knight Riders v Kings XI Punjab, 35th match 00:00 05:30 Eden Gardens Kolkata
Apr 05 – Mon Deccan Chargers v Rajasthan Royals, 36th match 00:00 05:30 Rajiv Gandhi Int. Stadium Hyderabad
Apr 06 – Tue Mumbai Indians v Chennai Super Kings, 37th match 00:00 05:30
Apr 07 – Wed Rajasthan Royals v Kings XI Punjab, 38th match 00:00 05:30 Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera Ahmedabad
Apr 08 – Thu Chennai Super Kings v Delhi Daredevils, 40th match 00:00 05:30 MA Chidambaram Stadium-Chepauk Chennai
Apr 08 – Thu Bangalore Royal Challengers v Deccan Chargers, 39th match 00:00 05:30 M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore
Apr 09 – Fri Kings XI Punjab v Mumbai Indians, 41st match 00:00 05:30 Punjab C.A. Stadium Mohali
Apr 10 – Sat Deccan Chargers v Chennai Super Kings, 43rd match 00:00 05:30 Rajiv Gandhi Int. Stadium Hyderabad
Apr 10 – Sat Bangalore Royal Challengers v Kolkata Knight Riders, 42nd match 00:00 05:30 M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore
Apr 11 – Sun Rajasthan Royals v Mumbai Indians, 44th match 00:00 05:30
Apr 11 – Sun Delhi Daredevils v Kings XI Punjab, 45th match 00:00 05:30 Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
Apr 12 – Mon Deccan Chargers v Bangalore Royal Challengers, 46th match 00:00 05:30 Rajiv Gandhi Int. Stadium Hyderabad
Apr 13 – Tue Chennai Super Kings v Kolkata Knight Riders, 47th match 00:00 05:30 MA Chidambaram Stadium-Chepauk Chennai
Apr 14 – Wed Mumbai Indians v Delhi Daredevils, 48th match 00:00 05:30
Apr 15 – Thu Kings XI Punjab v Deccan Chargers, 50th match 00:00 05:30 Himachal Pradesh CA Stadium Dharmasala
Apr 15 – Thu Rajasthan Royals v Bangalore Royal Challengers, 49th match 00:00 05:30 Sawai Mansingh Stadium Jaipur
Apr 16 – Fri Delhi Daredevils v Chennai Super Kings, 51st match 00:00 05:30 Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
Apr 17 – Sat Kolkata Knight Riders v Rajasthan Royals, 53rd match 00:00 05:30 Eden Gardens Kolkata
Apr 17 – Sat Bangalore Royal Challengers v Mumbai Indians, 52nd match 00:00 05:30 M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore
Apr 18 – Sun Kings XI Punjab v Chennai Super Kings, 55th match 00:00 05:30 Himachal Pradesh CA Stadium Dharmasala
Apr 18 – Sun Deccan Chargers v Delhi Daredevils, 54th match 00:00 05:30 Rajiv Gandhi Int. Stadium Hyderabad
Apr 19 – Mon Kolkata Knight Riders v Mumbai Indians, 56th match 00:00 05:30 Eden Gardens Kolkata
Apr 21 – Wed TBC v TBC, 1st Semi-Final 00:00 05:30 M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore
Apr 22 – Thu TBC v TBC, 2nd Semi-Final 00:00 05:30 M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore
Apr 24 – Sat TBC v TBC, 3rd Place Play-off 00:00 05:30
Apr 25 – Sun TBC v TBC, Final 00:00 05:30

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