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MS Dhoni broke barriers with youngsters over hookah, says George Bailey

Former Australia captain George Bailey spoke about Mahendra Singh Dhoni's abilities to calm his team in tense situations.

Shane Watson and George Bailey to join captains in Australia review

The player review, to be overseen by former Test opener Rick McCosker, would also include fast bowler Pat Cummins and Darren Lehmann's replacement as coach of the men's team.

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Michael Clarke to miss remaining ODIs against South Africa

Perth also hosts the second game on Sunday with George Bailey confirmed to lead the home side.

KXIP's sharp eye for talent

Saha and Manan Vohra eventually ended up on the losing side but they did make a mark.

IPL 7: Winning momentum important going into play-offs, says George Bailey

Bailey said they would like to keep the winning momentum going into the knock-out stages of the T20 league.

IPL 7: George Bailey gives me a free hand to execute my plans, says Akshar Patel

Patel has picked up 7 wickets in 10 games for KXIP at a steady economy rate of 6.65 -- one of the best in IPL 7.

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IPL 7: Difficult to maintain momentum of winning, says George Bailey

KXIP would be taking on the struggling MI who are languishing at the bottom in Mumbai on Saturday.

Mirpur memories

From cricket’s best footballers to fans lucky enough to visit post-match parties, Nihal Koshie has an eye on all the happenings in and around the fifth edition of the World T20.

We got lucky with Mitchell Johnson since IPL 7 could be played in South Africa: Sanjay Bangar

Taking over the reins at Kings XI Punjab, this will be Sanjay Bangar’s first stint as an IPL franchise coach.

Full circle: England's debacle of a tour ends just the way it began

The T20I win extended Australia’s superiority over England in all forms the game.

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Dhoni says Australian bowlers executed their plans well

Brisbane, Jan 16 (ANI): India’s ODI skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has said that the Australian bowlers executed their plans well after his team lost second one-day by seven wickets in Brisbane. Rohit Sharma burnished his reputation in limited-overs cricket with a second successive century but could not stop Australia from winning the second one-day to consolidate their lead in the series. Dhoni admitted that the major problem in his side was of execution and the Australian bowling made it difficult for the Indian batsmen to score at the later stage of the innings. Australia's opening pair eventually fell in quick succession after identical knocks of 71, but George Bailey added 78 runs with skipper Steven Smith (46) and George Maxwell (26 not out) hit the winning run to complete the chase with one over to spare. Aaron Finch said his 145-run partnership with Marsh gave them an advantage and also praised counterparts’ bowling attack. Bailey followed his 112 in Perth with a 58-ball knock that included six boundaries and a six. The third ODI between the two teams will be played on Sunday in Melbourne.

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