Cricket World Cup 2011: India vs Bangladesh

Cricket fever has already began all over the world and now the hype hits Indian markets. World Cup Cricket 2011 is starting today at Dhaka, Bangladesh today. Two co hosts India and Bangladesh is playing in the opener. Cricket is the most favorite game for the asian countries like India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
Several Indian Companies and other companies already using the hype of world cup. They have been promoting their products with the world cup logos and nations symbols on their product. The sales of the products are also increased as the cricket fever goes.
Several Electronic companies (Samsung, LG, Nokia, Motorola and Sony) have their wide range of products with different world cup offers and discounts. As always the sales of televisions of all kind have increased the sales during the world cup.
Overall Cricket World Cup 2011 hits the market helping the big companies to increase sale with their creative campaigns.

Cricket World Cup 2011: India vs Bangladesh
Cricket World Cup 2011.

Virender Sehwag’s career-best 175 and Virat Kohli’s fifth century powered India to 370/4 against Bangladesh in the World Cup 2011 opener in the World Cup 2011 opener at the Shere Bangla stadium.
Kohli reached his century off 83 deliveries with the help of 2 sxies and 8 fours.
Sehwag hit 5 sixes and 14 fours in his career-best 175 before he edged a Shakib Al Hasan delivery onto his stumps.
Sehwag reached his century off 94 balls.
Bangladesh spinner Mahmudullah clean bowled Gautam Gambhir (39) in the 24th over to break the dangerous looking second wicket partnership.
Sehwag and Gambhir continued India charge after losing Sachin Tendulkar to a freak run out and added 83-run partnership for the second wicket.
Gambhir slammed three fours in his 39-ball innings in the match.
Sehwag completed his 37th one-day fifty with a big six as he raced to half-century in just 45 balls.
A horrible mix-up with Sehwag ended Tendulkar’s (28) stay on crease. Sachin was run out by Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan in the eleventh over. The master blaster hit four boundaries in his 29-ball innings.

Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has asked his countrymen to rally behind the team saying their support can propel them to win the World Cup.
Not many critics are giving Pakistan much chances of regaining the World Cup title. But Afridi seems quite confident that his team can go all the way in the 14-nation event.
Afridi believes Pakistan will benefit from the fact that it is not being counted among the major contenders for the title.
“I think it’s good for us that we won’t go into the World Cup as favourites because that would ease a lot of pressure off our shoulders” – Afridi was quoted as saying by Life Illustrated.
“But it doesn’t mean that I agree with the experts. As a member of the Pakistan team as well as its captain I’m confident that we can do it. We can bring back the Cup home” – stressed the flamboyant all-rounder.
“I believe that our main strength is our unity. Individual brilliance can produce good results, but not enough to win a World Cup. Only a team that plays together can think about winning the World Cup. As captain, I’m really pleased that Pakistan are finally playing like such a team” – he stressed.

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