A Century Of Days Left For ICC Cricket World Cup 2011




ICC Cricket World Cup 2011

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011

In India what is more important for the people than a Cricket World Cup. Yes stop guessing we all are just 100 days away from the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 hosted in three South Asian Cricket playing countries. The host country being India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh there is a lot of hopes and aspirations among both the fans and the players in India. The 10th ICC Cricket World Cup will be very much interesting and would be a new platform for players to create revolution in the game.

The Cricket World Cup is welcomed just like the way any other festival is celebrated in the country. People literally worship players as God and even treat them as Devils if the team doesn’t perform. It is all crazy in India. It is rightly said that ‘Cricket is a Modern Day Religion in India’.

Apart from the thing that how important the game is for the people in the country the point of concern is whose goanna win it? Will the inform team in White Jersey – India would continue their good performance in 50 over cricket …. Can the ever falling kangaroos retain their title or will it be the supper stunning England squad continuing there good World Cup run from T20 World Cup to One Day Internationals. Can the all-time underachievers South Africa create a landmark event or will Pakistan win it and erase the entire black label from their reputation. Well man this is so interesting, the tournament is all open and not even the late Paul the Octopus could predict the winner.

The drama will begin from12th February 2011 to 2nd April 2011 and I hope the organizers doesn’t make it a Commonwealth Games Part 2 and create an utter disaster of one of the major sporting event. India has already made a mockery of themselves in front of the whole world by hosting CWG 2010 in a disastrous manner. It’s all in the hands of BCCI and other supporting authorities to make it a grand success.

It would be a huge thing for the country if they host it in a very organized manner as majority of the matches are played in India. It would be an opportunity to regain the lost image in front of everyone and successful will be a great economic boost for the country. So now we can sit and start counting days for the Grand Event.

I would like to request all of the cricketing fans all around the world to co-operate with the authorities for organizing this even and maintain complete peace and harmony for making it a grand success story in Indian Sports.

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Bibin Alexander

Author:

My name is Bibin Alexander; I have completed my Bachelors of Mass Media from Mumbai University with specialization in Journalism. I have completed my one month Internship with DNA newspaper and I am currently working as a content writer with netZtrack a US based Internet Marketing Company. I aspire to become a leading Sports Journalist. Writing has been always my passion and the game football is the only thing for which I am crazy. I think Life rocks in that 6 inch diameter. It would be the best 3 months of my life where I can write about the thing which I am all mad about and best part is I will be paid for it. Thanks to Sports Mirror for providing me with such a platform where I can explore my potential and learn something new every day. Stay Connected, many more yet to come.

Cricket

IPL gets ready for the bidding war for its 11th edition

IPL gets ready for the bidding war for its 11th edition

Posted by: Suraj Shukla on January 22nd, 2018

The Indian Premier League juggernaut is set to return for its 11th edition which begins from 4th of April. But before the showdown begins, the IPL auction is go ..

Football

FFCI Football Monthly Achievement Awards

FFCI Football Monthly Achievement Awards

Posted by: Vikram Kamboj on January 10th, 2018

Federation of Football Coaches in India (FFCI), an Organization formed in 2011 and approved by the All India Football Federation (AIFF ) organized its Monthly A ..

Tennis

Tennys Sandgren thrashes out Wawrinka in the second round of the Australian Open

Tennys Sandgren thrashes out Wawrinka in the second round of the Australian Open

Posted by: Mahalakshmi Murali on January 19th, 2018

The World Number 9, Switzerland’s three-time Grand Slam champion, Stanislas Wawrinka ends his journey in Melbourne in the second round of the 2018 Australian ..

F1

Life Lessons learned from Sports & Fitness #TOSBDay

Life Lessons learned from Sports & Fitness #TOSBDay

Posted by: Vikram Kamboj on September 26th, 2016

Held on Sept 1st, The Outstanding Speakers’ Bureau (TOSB) Twinterview consisted of sports panelists such as Mark Gallagher (Public Speaker on F1 race), Shayam ..

Boxing

Rajasthan Rumble – Vijender Singh’s double-title defense against Ghana’s Ernest Amuzu

Rajasthan Rumble – Vijender Singh’s double-title defense against Ghana’s Ernest Amuzu

Posted by: Vikram Kamboj on December 22nd, 2017

Undefeated Indian knockout king, Vijender Singh is set to defend his WBO Oriental and Asia Pacific Super middleweight titles against African Champion Ernest Amu ..

Other Sports

Solomon Deksisa and Amane Gobena win at the Tata Mumbai Marathon 2018

Solomon Deksisa and Amane Gobena win at the Tata Mumbai Marathon 2018

Posted by: Vikram Kamboj on January 21st, 2018

It was a double triumph for the Ethiopian runners as Solomon Deksisa and Amane Gobena took the honours at the Tata Mumbai Marathon 2018, winning in 2:09:34 and ..

One stop guide to all the latest sports news, reviews, opinions, fixtures and live scores from India and around the world.

Copyright © 2017 | The Sports Mirror