ICC T20 World Cup 2012: Battle of underdogs as Kiwis take on Bangladesh

ICC T20 World Cup 2012: Battle of underdogs as Kiwis take on Bangladesh

Colombo : Sri Lanka | Sep 20, 2012 at 12:58 AM PDT
Source: Zee News
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Two giant-killers who have a reputation of disturbing set calculations will be up against each other when New Zealand and Bangladesh clash in their opening Group D match of the World Twenty20 here tomorrow. Both Bangladesh and New Zealand are known to raise the bar when it comes to performing at major... FULL ARTICLE AT Zee News
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