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8th March 2009,

New Zealand

Sachin Tendulkar – King of Cricket has scored his 43rd century against New Zealand in the 3rd ODI on 8th March 2009 played at AMI stadium, Christchurch. Sachin scored 163 of 133 balls and gave his voluntary retirement due to abdominal injury in the 45th over of the match. India won the match scoring 392 runs against NZ which lost all its wicket  for 334 runs. However NZ has fired balls from Indian bowlers in the starting of the mtch. But after the loss of McCullum wicket, NZ gradually lost all its wickets and lost the match to India.

Sachin would have made an unbeatable record in the history of cricket if he has not got abdominal injury during the 45th over of the match. Sachin has scored his 91st century in all the international cricket matches. Hope that Tendulkar will get his 100th century and will create an unbreakable and unbelievable his in the world of cricket.India leads NZ in this ODI with 2-0, as the second match was abandoned due to rain. Fans of Sachin all around the world are terribly excited with his latest furious century against New Zealand.

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6th March 2009,

Wellington.

Second ODI between India and Newzealand has been abandoned due to rain. In the first ODI India lost the match against NZ on 3rd March in McLean Park, Napier. India won the toss in this 2nd ODI and batted first, but the match was stopped due to rain in Wellington.

Scoreboard of 2nd ODI:

India

V Shewag – 54 of 36 balls

Sachin Tendulkar – 61 of 69

Gautam Gambir – 30 of 36

Yuvraj Singh – o of 4

MS Dhoni – 23 of 19

SK Raina – 13 of 8

Extras – 7

Wickets – 4 for 28.4 overs

Total – 188


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On 3rd March 2009, terrorists attacked Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore . All the countries condemned this brutal act of terrorists. 2011  World Cup Cricket was expected to be played  in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh ans Sri Lanka. But due to this terrorists attack on Lankan Cricket Team ICC(International Cricket Council) has declared not to play any of the World Cup matches in Pakistan on security reasons. ICC President David Morgan has condemned the Tuesday attack on Cricket players in Lahore and informed that Pakistan will not host any World Cup matches in its soil due to improper security problems for the players and cricket loving audience  throughout the World.

As eight policemen has died and many injured during the fight with the masked gunmen in Lahore, ICC reports that it would a great difficult for them to accept that Pakistan is safe for conducting International Cricket and ICC board has planned to declare the result of this issue during their meeting with India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka around mid-April 2009 in Dubai.

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On 3rd March 2009, terrorists attacked Sri Lankan cricket Team players,when the team bus was approaching near Gaddafi Stadium near the city of Lahore in Pakistan. Six players were injured and six policemen were killed durin this gun fight by the terrorists. Terrorists shot the cricket team bus and heavy gun shot injured the team players. Nadeem Ghauri, a Pakistani Umpire has witnessed the attack of terrorists and they were taking the players behind the bus when they heard of the news.

India and Sri Lanka condemned thid brutal attack of terrorists and the world countries have condemned Pakistan Government. Mahenda Rajapaksa, President of Sri Lanka has condemned this attack of terrorists on the Sri Lankan cricket team.Indian Government has condemned the terrorist activities in Pakistan.

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for more details copy and paste these urls below:

http://ibnlive.in.com/news/lankan-players-safe-after-terror-attack-in-pak/86657-2.html

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_depth/7920260.stm

http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/pakvsl/content/current/story/393212.html

http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2009/03/03/asia/AS-Pakistan.php

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