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India's declaration surprises McCullum
Published on :6th April 2009
New Zealand wicketkeeper batsman Brendon McCullum said Monday he was surprised with India's delayed declaration in the second innings despite the possibility of rain playing spoilsport Tuesday and denying the visitors a win in the third Test.
 
McCullum to replace Ganguly in IPL 2
Published on :25th March 2009
New Zealand cricketer Brendon McCullum may replace Sourav Ganguly as Kolkata Knight Riders captain, report says. This report comes a day after the KKR director of Cricket operations John Buchanan’s comments on the leadership issues. “We are deciding on the leadership issues,”
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McCullum pins hopes on new crop to come good
Published on :24th March 2009
When you see just how much inexperience there is in the New Zealand top order, you can understand why the national selectors decided to keep the faith in the batting unit that lost the first Test in Hamilton. The top six of Tim McIntosh (3), Martin Guptill (1), Daniel Flynn (10), Ross Taylor (15), Jesse Ryder (7) and James Franklin (24) have just 60 caps between them.
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McCullum's injury leaves Vettori worried
Published on :5th March 2009
The thumb injury to key batsman Brendon McCullum has unsettled the balance of New Zealand team ahead of the second one-dayer against India, skipper Daniel Vettori said on Thursday. "It is not great news. Obviously, the balance that Brendon brings into the squad is undermined by his ability not to keep," Vettori told reporters on the match eve.
 
McGlashan called up as cover for McCullum
Published on :5th March 2009
New Zealand wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum will not be keeping wickets in the second ODI versus India at the Westpac Stadium in on Friday. The wicketkeeper-batsman injured his right thumb, aggravating an old injury while batting during the first one-dayer against India in Napier.
 
McCullum falls as New Zealand chase 274
Published on :3rd March 2009
Virender Sehwag got India off to a flier in the opening one-dayer after captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and elected to bat against New Zealand at McLean Park in Napier on Tuesday. His partner Sachin Tendulkar, however, was out caught behind to Ian Butler for 20 just as India started to accelerate.
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McCullum breaks Indian hearts, NZ win T20 series
Published on :27th February 2009
New Zealand snatched a dramatic last-ball victory in the second Twenty20 cricket match to clinch the series 2-0 against India, who very nearly pulled off an incredible win in the dying moments of the thriller. Chasing a modest 150 to win, the hosts were cruising along comfortable before the Indians changed the complexion of the game with some tidy spin bowling and Irfan Pathan's double strike in the 18th over.
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McCullum steals last-ball thriller for Black Caps
Published on :27th February 2009
New Zealand restricted India to a modest total of 149 for six in their second Twenty20 international at Wellington on Friday. Iain O'Brien and Ian Butler captured two wickets each and skipper Daniel Vettori, who elected to bowl first, and Tim Southee grabbed one apiece to put the brakes on India's scoring.
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McCullum authors New Zealand's seven-wicket win
Published on :25th February 2009
Christchurch: Brendon McCullum's unbeaten 56 helped New Zealand seal the first T20 game against India. Suresh Raina struck a rollicking unbeaten 61 as India recovered from a mid-innings slump to post a competitive 162 for eight against New Zealand in the first Twenty20 cricket match here on Wednesday.
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McCullum Guides New Zealand To Victory Over India
Published on :25th February 2009
New Zealand made it two wins out of two over world champions India by taking a seven-wicket win in the opening Twenty20 International in Christchurch. The match saw a Twenty20 International record of 24 sixes hit, three coming in the first over of the match from Virender Sehwag and three more in an over from Yusuf Pathan
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