Cricket News sort by Champions League T20 2012

Underrated yet highly efficient, Auckland have been the team of the tournament so far. They thrashed KKR by seven wickets in their opening match, a degree of conviction which even the bigger sides have failed to demonstrate.

Highveld Lions pulled off their second straight win in the CLT20 2012 by defeating Chennai Super Kings at Newlands in Cape Town.

Sydney Sixers raced away to an 8-wicket win for their second consecutive win of the CLT20. Yorkshire after putting up only 96 on the board were thrashed by the Sydney batsmen...

Chennai did not have an ideal start to the CLT20, unexpectedly going down to Sydney Sixers. Having said that, they are known to be slow starters, and hence would hope that they can bounce back, just like they have done so often in the past. Lions, on the other hand, might have even surprised themselves with the amazing performance they put up against Mumbai Indians.

The board’s decision to summon all-rounder Shane Watson back to Australia midway through the Champions League T20 so that he can prepare for the real deal, the Tests against South Africa, deserves kudos, and is worthy of imitation.

Under huge pressure to show that he is still good, Sachin Tendulkar is without any doubt facing an acid Test in the ongoing Champions League T20 2012 in South Africa.

Shane Watson, who is currently playing for the Sydney Sixers in the ongoing Champions League T20 2012 in South Africa, has been ordered to return back home by Cricket Australia.

Following a disappointing showing against Delhi Daredevils, the Kolkata Knight Riders would be keen to put up a much improved performance when they take on Auckland at Cape Town on Monday, in the Group A clash.

Mumbai Indians started off its Champions League campaign with a defeat against the local South African team – Lions led by former international Neil McKenzie.