Asia Cup

Pakistan Fined For Slow Over-Rate Against Bangladesh

The Pakistan side has been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during the opening Asia Cup 2012 match against Bangladesh. Despite dismissing Bangladesh for 241 in 48.1 overs on their way to a 21-run victory, Pakistan were deemed to be two overs short of its target when time allowances were taken into account.
12 March 2012

Pakistan Win Asia Cup Opener Over Bangladesh

Bangladesh and Pakistan produced a fine game of One-Day International cricket to open the 2012 Asia Cup with Pakistan emerging victorious by 21 runs. Their score of 262 for eight proved to be enough when Bangladesh were bowled out for 241 in reply.
11 March 2012

Jamshed And Sarfraz In Pakistan Asia Cup Squad

Pakistan have named their 14-man squad for the Asia Cup, which begins on 11th March in Bangladesh as they bid to win the title for the first time since 2000. Misbah-ul-Haq has been retained as captain and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has handed recalls to opener Nasir Jamshed and wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed.
5 March 2012

Bangladesh Name Asia Cup Squad

Asia Cup hosts Bangladesh have named a 13-man squad, which will continue to be captained by wicket-keeper Mushfiqur Rahim. The squad was originally named without a captain or vice-captain but the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has decided against making any leadership changes.
5 March 2012

Cricketers Bowl The Healthy Hat-Trick At The Asia Cup

Besides batting overs and taking runs and losing innings, South Asia�s top cricketers were bowling hat trick of another kind during the Asia Cup in Dambulla...
25 June 2010

Nehra Bowls India To Asia Cup Success Over Sri Lanka

Left-arm quick bowler Ashish Nehra returned four for 40 as India were crowned Asia Cup champions for the fifth time after they...
24 June 2010

Sri Lanka Coast To Victory After Maharoof Hat-Trick

Pacer Farveez Maharoof took a hat-trick before half-centuries from Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene guided Sri Lanka to...
22 June 2010

Maharoof Hat-Trick Helps Set Up Easy Sri Lanka Win

Pacer Farveez Maharoof took a hat-trick before half-centuries from Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene guided Sri Lanka to...
22 June 2010

52-Ball Afridi Century Sets Up Comprehensive Win

Shahid Afridi hammered a 52-ball century and three other batsmen scored half-centuries as Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 139 runs...
21 June 2010

Sehwag Ruled Out Of India's Asia Cup Challenge

Opening batsman Virender Sehwag will play no further part in India's Asia Cup campaign after pulling a hamstring in their...
21 June 2010

Harbhajan Heroics Knock Pakistan Out Of Asia Cup

Harbhajan Singh hit the penultimate delivery of the final over for a six as India sealed a fine three-wicket win over Pakistan in...
19 June 2010

All-Round Dilshan Sees Off Bangladesh Challenge

Sri Lanka made it two Asia Cup wins out of two with a comprehensive 126-run dismantling of Bangladesh in the third game of the 2010...
18 June 2010

Gambhir Hits Half-Century As India Thump Bangladesh

Virender Sehwag took four for six and Gautam Gambhir stroked a half-century as India cruised to a six-wicket victory over...
16 June 2010

Afridi's 68-Ball Century In Vain As Sri Lanka Win

Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by 16 runs in the opening game of the Asia Cup in Dambulla despite an outstanding 68-ball century from...
15 June 2010

Bangladesh Name 15-Man Asia Cup Squad

Bangladesh have named their 15-man squad for the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka, recalling former captain Mohammad Ashraful...
10 June 2010

Sri Lanka Retain Asia Cup With 100-Run Win Over India

A blistering century from Sanath Jayasuriya followed by Ajantha Mendis taking six wickets enabled Sri Lanka to beat India by 100 runs and retain...
6 July 2008

Asia Cup Final Preview

Previously, Sri Lanka and India have met five times in the Asia Cup Final like this year, with India taking a 3-2 advantage over their opponents.
4 July 2008

Pakistan Cruise To Ten-Wicket Win Over Bangladesh

Pakistan closed their Asia Cup campaign with a crushing ten-wicket win over Bangladesh in a Super Four dead rubber in Karachi.
4 July 2008

Nerveless India Chase Down 309 To Make Asia Cup Final

India earnt themselves an Asia Cup final berth by beating Sri Lanka by six wickets with three overs to spare in the fifth Super Four game of the...
3 July 2008

Younus Century Keeps Pakistan's Asia Cup Hopes Alive

A superb unbeaten Younus Khan century kept Pakistan's hopes of Asia Cup glory alive as they chased down 309 to beat India by eight wickets in...
2 July 2008


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