Cricket News sort by Dale Willem Steyn

South Africa’s dethroning of England was built on the back of a few superlative performances from their top players. Here’s a look back at the men and their magic that made the difference.

The Lord’s Test is nicely poised with South Africa ending Day 3 with an overall lead of 139 runs with 7 wickets in hand. Hashim Amla is providing the edge to the visitors with a neat knock of 57* (from 98 balls with 8 fours). Giving him the company is night watchman Dale Steyn, who has been hit on the knuckles by a nasty lifter in his 9-ball stay.

After the opening day at The Oval, when Alastair Cook registered yet another century, everything seemed hunky dory for the hosts, and they seemed to be heading towards yet another comfortable Test.

South Africa finished an innings and 12-run victory during the extended post lunch session at The Oval. England’s resistance in their second innings lasted 97 overs as the hosts got bowled out for 240.

Royal Challengers Bangalore failed to make it to the play offs after their shock defeat to Deccan Chargers. This has paved the way for Chennai Super Kings into the last four of IPL 5.

Rajasthan Royals face defeat after posting just 126 for 8 in their do-or-die match against Deccan Chargers.

News Update of New Zealand Vs South Africa, The National Bank Series 2012 I 2nd Test at Seddon Park, Hamilton – Mar 15-19

Sri Lanka are staring at an innings and also a series defeat at Newlands in Cape Town after a dramatic batting collapse on the third day’s play of the Third and Final Test.

Kumar Sangakkara made Proteas pay heavily for dropping him early in the day by cracking a 28thTest hundred and thus helping Sri Lanka to a massive lead by the close of Day 3 at Durban.