World twenty20 cricket cartoon

World twenty20 cricket cartoon

World Twenty20 Cricket (2009) Cartoon

Hardcore cricket fans had barely absorbed that the one-day tournament is an acceptable form of the sport. And then came Twenty20.

The Twenty20 version of cricket is as far removed from 5 day test match cricket as is imaginable. It has captured the cricketing nations by storm since it was introduced just a few years ago – practically Americanising the game with its fast pace, nail-biting finishes, establishment of commercial league franchises (IPL – Indian Premier League) and even the introduction of sexy team cheerleaders.

The World Twenty20 tournament is being hosted in England this year and is providing cricket fans the world over with some great entertainment. With some upsets like England losing embarrassingly to The Netherlands and Australia already out of the tournament to edge-on-the-seats finishes like South Africa’s 1-run win over New Zealand on Tuesday, the rest of this year’s T20 is sure to be loads of fun – even including the somewhat daft-ish commentary at times!

South Africa, Sri Lanka and India are all in superb form and have yet to lose a match – there is no doubt that the competition will be tough as the teams enter the next round. The latest cricket news and scores are available on BBC


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  1. Now we are in the Super 8 phase of the tournament and SA are in a pretty tough group with England, India and West Indies. I still think we can come out on top providing:
    Smith doesnt go out cheaply chasing wide deliveries or trying to force the ball onto the leg side;
    Kallis doesn’t go to sleep outside his crease again and get run out; and
    Gibbs doesnt revert back to his old inconsistent self. ie making one decent score out of +-15 innings (he failed on Tuesday against the Kiwis).
    I would actually like to see de Villiers come it at 3 and Gibbs at 4.
    Ps, talking about name pronounciations by commentators, I wish some of the commentators would tell Harsha Bhogle that Duminy is not pronounced “Do-meanie”.

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