Cricket World Cup 2011

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Cricket World Cup 2011:

Cricket World Cup 2011 The Countdown Begins……..

Logo of ICC:

Logo of ICC

Mascot of World Cup:

Mascot of World Cup Stumpy

Can we lift the trophy once again?:

Can we lift the trophy once again?

Can we be champions again?:

Can we be champions again?

Can he show his magic once again?:

Can he show his magic once again?

World Cup 2011 Trophy:

World Cup 2011 Trophy

Best of luck team “India”:

Best of luck team “India”

Indian Players :

Indian Players MSD (Captain) MS Dhoni (Captain & wicketkeeper): The Indian skipper has scored 5796 runs in 174 ODIs at an average of 49.96 and strike rate of 88.01. Dhoni has scored seven centuries and 37 half-centuries and has a highest score of 183* in one-day internationals. He has played three World Cup matches scoring 29 runs.

Virender Sehwag:

Virender Sehwag Virender Sehwag (Vice-captain): The 'Nawab of Najafgarh' will partner Sachin Tendulkar at the top of the order and the onus would be on him to get India off to flying starts in the World Cup. Sehwag has scored 7380 runs in 228 ODIs at an average of 34.64 and strike rate of 103.27. He has also taken 92 wickets with his offbreaks.

Sachin Tendulkar:

Sachin Tendulkar Sachin Tendulkar: The leading run-scorer in World Cup history, Tendulkar has been in sublime form in the last couple of years. In 36 World Cup matches, Tendulkar has scored 1796 runs including four centuries at an average of 57.93. He has so far played 444 ODIs and scored 17629 runs with a highest score of 200* at an average of 44.97.

Gautam Gambhir :

Gautam Gambhir Gautam Gambhir: The southpaw will have to bat at one drop to let Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag open the Indian innings. Gambhir has scored 3680 runs with a highest score of 150* in 105 ODIs at an average of 40.43 and strike rate of 86.52. He has scored nine centuries and 21 half-centuries so far in ODIs.

Virat Kohli:

Virat Kohli Virat Kohli: This youngster from Delhi has made rapid strides in the last season and is now an integral part of India's one-day team. Kohli has scored 1555 runs in 42 ODIs inluding four centuries at an average of 45.73. Kohli has a highest score of 118 in ODIs.

Yuvraj Singh:

Yuvraj Singh Yuvraj Singh: On his day, Yuvraj can tear a bowling attack to shreds. He has faced some criticism in recent times, but a good performance in the World Cup will help Yuvraj prove he still has what it takes to do well at the highest level. He has scored 7653 runs in 262 ODIs with a highest score of 139 at an average of 36.97.

Suresh Raina:

Suresh Raina Suresh Raina: A good batsman, but Raina has been under the microscope of late. He does have the talent and would be looking to come good in the World Cp. In 108 ODIs, Raina has scored 2571 runs including three centuries with a highest core of 116* at an average of 35.70.

Yusuf Pathan:

Yusuf Pathan Yusuf Pathan: The Baroda right-hander can change the course of a match in a couple of overs as his strike rate of 110 in ODIs suggest. Pathan has scored 528 runs in 42 ODIs at an average of 29.33.

Harbhajan Singh :

Harbhajan Singh Harbhajan Singh: The 'Turbanator' is the senior most of India's spin trio and will be expected to chip in with wickets and runs down the order. Harbhajan has scored 1086 runs and taken 244 wickets with an economy rate of 4.30 and strike rate of 45.80 in the 214 ODIs he has played so far. He has played 12 matches in his World Cup career and taken 11 wickets at an impressive economy rate of 3.96.

Zaheer Khan:

Zaheer Khan Zaheer Khan: The spearhead of the Indian bowling attack, Zaheer has taken 247 wickets in 179 ODIs at an economy rate of 4.90 and strike rate of 36.2. He has also done well in the World Cups and taken 23 wickets in 14 matches with an economy rate of 4.22 and strike rate of 30.6 -- better than his overall ODI figures!

Munaf Patel:

Munaf Patel Munaf Patel: He can be erratic, but Munaf does have the knack of coming up with good deliveries every now and then. Munaf has taken 60 wickets in 51 matches with an economy rate of 4.74 at an average of 29.81 and strike rate of 37.7.

Ashish Nehra:

Ashish Nehra Ashish Nehra: The Delhi left-arm pace bowler has the tendency to bleed runs, particularly towards the end of the innings as his economy rate of 5.19 from 115 ODIs indicates. But, when he gets it on the spot, Nehra can prove to be a tricky customer. He has taken 153 wickets in 115 ODIs at an average of 31.32 and strike rate of 36.1. Nehra wasn't selected for the 2007 World Cup.

Piyush Chawla:

Piyush Chawla Piyush Chawla: The leg spinner last played an ODI in July 2008, but has managed to make his way into India's final World Cup squad. In 21 one-day internationals, Chawla has taken 28 wickets with an economy rate of 4.96 at an average of 32.53 and strike rate of 39.3.

Ravichandran Ashwin:

Ravichandran Ashwin R Ashwin: He has impressed with his off spin bowling for Chennai Super Kings in the IPL, and is one of the few slow bowlers in world cricket who is willing to bowl in the slog overs. Ashwin, who is also a handy batsman lower down the order, has so far taken 14 wickets in seven ODIs with an economy rate of 4.92 and strike rate of 28.2.

“ We Indians love our country”:

“ We Indians love our country”

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