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Difficult For Indian Team To Beat Kangaroos In Semifinal

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Patna cricket fans hope for Indian cricket team success

Patna, Sept. 22 : Cricket fans offered a special prayer here on Saturday for India’s success against Australia in the Twenty20 World Cup semi-final match to be played at Durban this evening.

Fans offered cricket bats and wickets to Lord Ganesha.

"Today, there is a match between India and Australia. Fans are gathered here during Ganesha festival to pray for the team's success because Lord Ganesha is the lord of prosperity. So, with his blessings the team will surely attain success," said Rakesh Kumar, a fan.

Pak cricket team will get Rs-450-million bonus if it wins T20 WC: Sources

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho first to use SMS to quit

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London, Sept.20 : Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has reportedly quit the football club, citing excessive pressure from the club's Russian billionaire owner Roman Abramovich.

According to The Daily Mail, Mourinho sent text messages to five senior players informing them about his decision to quit after three years on the job. He is probably the first coach of an English football club to use SMS to quit.

Yuvraj Singh scored fastest half century; India Wins

India has won the cricket match against England. The main attraction in the match was fastest half century by Yuvraj Singh. Yuvraj scored a half century in just 12 balls. Yuvraj was in his best form in today’s match. He scored 6 sixers in just one over. This was the turning point of the match.

Indian cricket team hasn’t shown such a great performance since a very long time. The fans were really happy to see Team India in action. Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir also scored nicely.

Pakistan to play in Champions Trophy: PHF

Lahore, Sept 19 : The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) has confirmed its team’s participation in the Champions Trophy after reports were making the rounds that it may skip the tournament as it has been shifted from Pakistan on security grounds.

PHF Secretary Khalid Mahmood has said that Pakistan would take part in the tournament despite the International Hockey Federation’s (FIH) decision to hold it in some other country.