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  1. 1. 2009 World T20 - Lost to England in Super 8. Eventually lost all super 8 games and exit. 2. 2010 World T20 - Lost to SL in Super 8. Eventually lost all super 8 games and exit. 3. 2012 World T20 - Lost to AUS in Super 8. Dhoni Claims loss due to rain. Unlucky to exit in the end who came as a favorite. 4. 2014 World T20 - Choked in the final against good death bowling. Yuvraj found guilty for loss. 5. Lost a match against Zimbabwe in 2015. Eventually series was level as 1-1. 6. South Africa beat India 2-0 in 2015 in India 7. 2016 World T20 - Lost SF against WI in front of Home crowd. 8. Lost to WI at USA in 2016. Almost chased down a massive 245 but ultimately Dhoni choked to lose by 1 run.
  2. Pakistan remain No1 T20I team in world Our Staff Reporter May 03, 2018 LAHORE - Pakistan remained the No.1 team in the ICC T20I Men’s Team Rankings, continuing to hold a four-point lead over second-placed Australia, with India at No.3 after gaining two points in the latest update, said an ICC statement issued on Wednesday. There were, in fact, no changes in the top seven positions, but the big development was down at No8, where Afghanistan are the new entrants. Sri Lanka, earlier ranked eighth, have slipped to ninth after losing four points following the update, which took the 2014-15 season out of the equation and weighted results from 2015-16 and 2016-17 at 50 per cent. While Sri Lanka lost ground, Afghanistan gained a point to move up. Above them, there were no changes in points for Pakistan (130) and Australia (126), though India, England, South Africa and the Windies gained two, one, three and three points respectively. Bangladesh are in 10th place, followed by Scotland, Zimbabwe, the Netherlands, the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Oman and Ireland. Behind Ireland, who have 33 points, are Nepal, but they have played just four games and need to play one more before being ranked. Meanwhile, England, who last topped the ODI rankings in January 2013 have gained eight points and moved to 125 points. India, who were at the top before the update, have lost a solitary point and are in second place with a total of 122 points. South Africa, who were second, have dropped down to third place after losing four points, from 117 to 113, leaving them nine points. England have overtaken India to seize the top spot in the ICC ODI Team Rankings following the annual update while Nepal have rejoined the T20I ratings but will need to play one more match before they are ranked on the ICC T20I Rankings. England’s rise up the table is largely because of a forgettable 2014-15 season which saw them winning only seven out of 25 ODIs against other Full Members. The 2014-15 season has been dropped from the latest calculations while those from the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons are weighted at 50 per cent. England, who last topped the ODI rankings in January 2013 have gained eight points and moved to 125 points. India, who were at the top before the update, have lost a solitary point and are in second place with a total of 122 points. South Africa, who were second, have dropped down to third place after losing four points, from 117 to 113, leaving them nine points adrift of India and only one point ahead of fourth- placed New Zealand. The remaining places remain unchanged, meaning that the current top 10 ranked sides are the ones who will be playing in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. However, there have been some significant changes in points. World champions Australia have lost eight points to go down to 104 in fifth position and are only two points ahead of ICC Champions Trophy 2017 winners Pakistan, who have gained six points. In other changes, Bangladesh (93 points) have gained three points, Sri Lanka (77) have lost seven points, the Windies (69) have lost five points, Afghanistan (63) have gained five points, Zimbabwe (55) have gained four points and 12th-placed Ireland (38) have lost three points. ICC T20I Team Rankings Rank Team Points 1 Pakistan 130 2 Australia 126 3 India 123 4 New Zealand 116 5 England 115 6 South Africa 114 7 Windies 114 8 Afghanistan 87 9 Sri Lanka 85 10 Bangladesh 75 11 Scotland 66 12 Zimbabwe 58 https://nation.com.pk/03-May-2018/pakistan-remain-no1-t20i-team-in-world?show=previe?version=amp
  3. https://sports.ndtv.com/cricket/kapil-dev-lends-support-to-ms-dhoni-cites-sachin-tendulkars-example-1774475
  4. grasinaamasa

    T20 World Cup for the Blind 2017

    In regular cricket it's all about eye and hand co-ordination, here it's ear and hand co-ordination. In fact, it is a modified version of cricket which is designed to be played by blind and partially sighted athletes. The following are the main topics to play Blind Cricket: Ball (Auditory Ball): The ball used is significantly larger than the regular cricket ball and is filled with ball bearings that provide audible cues. Stumps: The stumps used are also much larger than regular cricket stumps. It made up of hollow metal pipes, it should have three tubular stumps that is either fluorescent orange or yellow and many more. Segregation of Players: There are a total number of 11 players in the two teams playing the match. Each team has four players who are totally blind, categorised under B1. Three players, partially blind, categorized under B2 and four players, partially sighted, categorized under B3. Source: Rules for Blind Cricket
  5. Kohli is arguably the best T20 batsman in the world and he has been successful at no.3.Why make him open? He is being forced to Open so that has beens like Raina and Yuvraj can play. I can understand,Dhoni being a Wk/batsman being in the team but Why is Raina in the team?He is overweight and out of shape and has been work.Yuvraj may still have something to give the team in ODI format,but its clear that he can no longer come out and hit from the word go,he needs time to settle before he can do that.That cannot happen in T20. In midst of this we are losing matches and spoiling Kohli's form.

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