Last seven days in International Cricket

Last week made an amazing week for em, in this week we were witnessed  with the performance of England after loosing Test series by 3-0, Tri-Nations tournament in Australia, Zimbabwe & South Africa’s tour of New Zealand,

On the whole this week was amazing week of cricket.

One-Day Internationals

5th Match: India v Sri Lanka at Adelaide – Feb 14, 2012

Sri Lanka 236/9 (50 ov); India 236/9 (50 ov)

Match tied

 

4th Match: Australia v India at Adelaide – Feb 12, 2012

Australia 269/8 (50 ov); India 270/6 (49.4 ov)

India won by 4 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)

 

7th Match: Australia v India at Brisbane – Feb 19, 2012

Australia 288/5 (50 ov); India 178 (43.3 ov)

Australia won by 110 runs

 

6th Match: Australia v Sri Lanka at Sydney – Feb 17, 2012

Australia 158 (40.5/41 ov); Sri Lanka 152/2 (24.1/41 ov)

Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets (with 101 balls remaining) (D/L method)

 

17th Match: Kenya v Ireland at Mombasa – Feb 18, 2012

Ireland 200 (47.3 ov); Kenya 201/3 (42.4 ov)

Kenya won by 7 wickets (with 44 balls remaining)

 

1st ODI: England v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi – Feb 13, 2012

England 260/7 (50 ov); Pakistan 130 (35 ov)

England won by 130 runs

 

2nd ODI: England v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi – Feb 15, 2012

England 250/4 (50 ov); Pakistan 230 (49 ov)

England won by 20 runs

 

3rd ODI: England v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC) – Feb 18, 2012

Pakistan 222 (50 ov); England 226/1 (37.2 ov)

England won by 9 wickets (with 76 balls remaining)

 

Twenty20 Internationals

1st T20I: New Zealand v South Africa at Wellington – Feb 17, 2012

South Africa 147/6 (20/20 ov); New Zealand 148/4 (19.2/20 ov)

New Zealand won by 6 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)

 

2nd T20I: New Zealand v South Africa at Hamilton – Feb 19, 2012

New Zealand 173/4 (20/20 ov); South Africa 174/2 (16/20 ov)

South Africa won by 8 wickets (with 24 balls remaining)

 

2nd T20I: New Zealand v Zimbabwe at Hamilton – Feb 14, 2012

Zimbabwe 200/2 (20/20 ov); New Zealand 202/5 (19.4/20 ov)

New Zealand won by 5 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)

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