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There can only be one winner of Cricket World's Player Of The Week award on the week that Virender Sehwag broke the record for the highest individual score in a One-Day International.
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news looking at four batsmen - Manoj Tiwary, Kieron Pollard, David Warner and Asad Shafiq all scoring their maiden international centuries over the weekend.
Manoj Tiwary and Kieron Pollard both scored their maiden One-Day International centuries before India won the fifth and final game in Chennai by 34 runs.Tiwary stroked 104 as India posted 267 for six but Pollard's 119 ensured India were pushed hard before they eventually sealed a 4-1 series win.
Virender Sehwag thumped 25 fours and seven sixes as he set a new world-record score of 219 off just 149 balls in the fourth One-Day International against the West Indies in Indore.India racked up a national record total of 418 for five - the fourth time they have passed 400 - to set up a 153-run win that handed them an unassailable 3-1 series lead after the West Indies were bowled out for 265 in reply.
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news looking at Virender Sehwag scoring a world record score of 219 in the fourth One-Day International (ODI) against the West Indies.
Virender Sehwag thumped 24 fours and seven sixes as he set a new world-record score of 219 in the fourth One-Day International against the West Indies in Indore.India racked up a new national record score of 418 for five - the fourth time they have passed 400 - as Gautam Gambhir (67) and Suresh Raina (55) also scored half-centuries.
West Indies batsman Darren Bravo will miss the fourth One-Day International against India after failing to recover from a hamstring problem.He suffered the injury in the course of his innings in the third match - which his side went on to win by 16 runs - in Ahmedabad and was forced to retire hurt.
It is from the enthralling second Test between South Africa and Australia that this week's Cricket World Player of the Week comes. Patrick Cummins, on his Test debut no less, took six for 79 in the second innings to give his side a chance of victory and of levelling the two-match series against the hosts South Africa. That followed his economical haul of one for 38 from 15 overs in the first innings and helped him emerge as Australia's most impressive bowler.
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news looking at India taking on the West Indies and Sri Lanka beating Pakistan in the second ODI in Dubai.Centuries from Rahul Dravid, VVS Laxman and Mahendra Singh Dhoni have put India in a commanding position of the second Test against the West Indies at Eden Gardens in Kolkata.
17 wickets fell on day two of the opening Test between India and the West Indies in Delhi which closed with the West Indies 116 runs ahead.They bowled well to secure a 95-run lead on first innings despite half-centuries from Virender Sehwag and Rahul Dravid but then lost the wickets of their openers as they looked to set India a fourth-innings target.
Shivnarine Chanderpaul reached three figures against India for the seventh time in Tests as the West Indies closed day one of the opening Test in Delhi on 265 for six.He formed an important partnership with opener Kraigg Brathwaite to help his side recover from 72 for three while all five wickets were taken by India's spinners.
Cricket TV from Cricket World and bet365 as John Pennington and Jim White make their predictions ahead of two big Test matches.The West Indies take on India in Delhi from 6th November in a match which could see Sachin Tendulkar make his 100th international century before South Africa host Australia in Cape Town.
Former captain and current WICB Director Clive Lloyd says that the West Indies are moving in the right direction and will eventually be in a position to compete with the best sides in the world.He was talking after they beat Bangladesh by 229 runs to seal a 1-0 series win - a first overseas since 2003 - in a game which saw young batsmen Kirk Edwards and Darren Bravo excel.
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