World T20 semi final Aus v Pak

Michael Hussey left Pakistan shell-shocked with a stupendous display of hitting to complete a miraculous chase which, at one stage, seemed to be well beyond Australia’s reach. After a partnership with Cameron White, he took charge in a thrilling counter-attack, combining power with placement to bring down the required rate with each passing over, and with 17 needed off the 20th, launched Saeed Ajmal for three sixes and a four off consecutive deliveries to set up a final with England. Read more of this post


Incredible sports records

In her career on a squash court McKay lost only twice.  The defeats came in 1960 and 1962, and then the Australian scented nothing but victory until she retired from tournament play in 1981. In 16 appearances at the British Open, she never even lost a game. Only twice did an opponent score more than six points against her, and her opponent in the 1968 final, Bev Johnson, failed to win one. Click here to have a look at her amazing scores in the final. McKay didn’t let up after retirement, winning world titles in the over-45 and over-50 categories. Read more of this post

India beat Pakistan by 5 runs to win ICC World Twenty20

India 157/5 (20/20 ov) Gambhir 75, Rohit Sharma 30*; Pakistan 152 (19.3/20 ov) RP Singh 3/26, Irfan 3/16
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