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Two Storms in Sharjah
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Two Storms in Sharjah

On 22 April 1998, a sandstorm swept across Sharjah. However, it was Sachin Tendulkar who proved to be the more devastating t of the two storms.

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Seven Out of Seven
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Seven Out of Seven

The semi-final clash between arch-rivals India and Pakistan in the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup was more than just a game; it was a clash of nations, a battle of epic proportions.

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Kohli-KL Krash Kesrick's Party
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Kohli-KL Krash Kesrick's Party

A potentially historic run chase requires the best chaser in cricket, and who else but Kohli for that job?

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Drawing the Aussies Out
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Drawing the Aussies Out

In the sweltering Sydney sun, Ashwin and Vihari battled through numerous injuries to rescue India from a spot of bother.

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The Miracle of Melbourne
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The Miracle of Melbourne

To be a leader isn’t just to wear the captain’s armband, but also to lead from the front. Ajinkya Rahane put these words where his mouth is to breathe life into a series that seemed decided after just one game.

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Better Luck Next Time
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Better Luck Next Time

The defending champions from the 1983 World Cup were on a crusade to continue their winning streak but were met with the force of Australians. When the two rising stars clashed, one had to admit defeat. That day it was India.

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The First Hands on the Cup
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The First Hands on the Cup

West Indies and Australia met on a June morning to play the first World Cup final ever, unaware that they were playing a fixture that would become the biggest game of the cricketing calendar in a few years.

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Pakistan's Crowning Moment
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Pakistan's Crowning Moment

From a muddy beginning to their innings at the 1992 World Cup, to lifting the title for the first time, Pakistan, under Imran Khan’s captainship, delivered one of its finest performances, defeating England.

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Mastering the Pace
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Mastering the Pace

In a cricketing era dominated by spin, Bangladesh's fast bowlers defied convention, scripting a historic triumph over England in the 2015 World Cup. The unsung heroes of Bangladesh propelled their country to their first-ever quarter-final victory in the World Cup.

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Sachin (Upper)cuts Pakistan in Half
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Sachin (Upper)cuts Pakistan in Half

The world feared Shoaib Akhtar, but he feared one man: Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar.

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