Bridgetown, June 30, 2011 AFP Abhimanyu Mithun removed dangerman Shivnarine Chanderpaul just before lunch on the third day of the second Test. Paceman Abhimanyu Mithun struck a crucial blow for India in the first session of the third day in the...
India [ Images ] struck at the fag end of the opening session to reduce the West Indies [ Images ] to 138 for six and still keep their hopes of taking first innings lead intact on the third day of the second cricket Test in Bridgetown on Thursday.
International Herald Tribune
Marlon Samuels and Shivnarine Chanderpaul shared a 77-run partnership to inch West Indies towards India's first innings total in the second test in Barbados Thursday. When lunch was taken on the third day, West Indies were 138 for six, just 63 in...
Sydney Morning Herald
Mithun bowled Chanderpaul for a painstaking 37, ending the durable left-hander's resistance that had helped to prop his side up when they continued their response to India's first innings total of 201 on a rain-affected third day at Kensington Oval.
There was only 95 minutes of play, only 19.3 overs bowled for one wicket, and only 40 runs scored in the first session, but it did pack in a lot of gripping action. Ishant Sharma hit both the batsmen on their helmets, Praveen Kumar kept swinging the...
CANA Caribbean News
Barbados, CMC Umpires Ian Gould and Asad Rauf indicated that play is set to commence 35 minutes later than regularly scheduled weather permitting on the third day of the second Test between West Indies and India on Thursday at Kensington Oval. Rain...