|8-Apr-11||20:00||1st||Chennai Super Kings vs Kolkata Knight Riders, 1st IPL||Chennai|
|9-Apr-11||16:00||2nd||Deccan Chargers vs Rajasthan Royals, 2nd IPL||Hyderabad|
|9-Apr-11||20:00||3rd||Kochi Tuskers Kerala vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 3rd IPL||Kochi|
|10-Apr-11||16:00||4th||Delhi Daredevils vs Mumbai Indians, 4th IPL||Delhi|
|10-Apr-11||20:00||5th||Pune Warriors vs Kings XI Punjab, 5th IPL||Navi Mumbai|
|11-Apr-11||20:00||6th||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Deccan Chargers, 6th IPL||Kolkata|
|12-Apr-11||16:00||7th||Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Daredevils, 7th IPL||Jaipur|
|12-Apr-11||20:00||8th||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians, 8th IPL||Bangalore|
|13-Apr-11||16:00||9th||Kings XI Punjab vs Chennai Super Kings, 9th IPL||Mohali|
|13-Apr-11||20:00||10th||Pune Warriors vs Kochi Tuskers Kerala, 10th IPL||Navi Mumbai|
|14-Apr-11||20:00||11th||Deccan Chargers vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 11th IPL||Hyderabad|
|15-Apr-11||16:00||12th||Rajasthan Royals vs Kolkata Knight Riders, 12th IPL||Jaipur|
|15-Apr-11||20:00||13th||Mumbai Indians vs Kochi Tuskers Kerala, 13th IPL||Hyderabad|
|16-Apr-11||16:00||14th||Chennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 14th IPL||Chennai|
|16-Apr-11||20:00||15th||Deccan Chargers vs Kings XI Punjab, 15th IPL||Hyderabad|
|17-Apr-11||16:00||16th||Pune Warriors vs Delhi Daredevils, 16th IPL||Navi Mumbai|
|17-Apr-11||20:00||17th||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Rajasthan Royals, 17th IPL||Kolkata|
|18-Apr-11||20:00||18th||Kochi Tuskers Kerala vs Chennai Super Kings, 18th IPL||Kochi|
|19-Apr-11||16:00||19th||Delhi Daredevils vs Deccan Chargers, 19th IPL||Delhi|
|19-Apr-11||20:00||20th||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Rajasthan Royals, 20th IPL||Bangalore|
|20-Apr-11||16:00||21st||Mumbai Indians vs Pune Warriors, 21st IPL||Mumbai|
|20-Apr-11||20:00||22nd||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Kochi Tuskers Kerala, 22nd IPL||Kolkata|
|21-Apr-11||20:00||23rd||Kings XI Punjab vs Rajasthan Royals, 23rd IPL||Mohali|
|22-Apr-11||16:00||24th||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 24th IPL||Kolkata|
|22-Apr-11||20:00||25th||Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings, 25th IPL||Mumbai|
|23-Apr-11||20:00||26th||Delhi Daredevils vs Kings XI Punjab, 26th IPL||Delhi|
|24-Apr-11||16:00||27th||Deccan Chargers vs Mumbai Indians, 27th IPL||Hyderabad|
|24-Apr-11||20:00||28th||Rajasthan Royals vs Kochi Tuskers Kerala, 28th IPL||Jaipur|
|25-Apr-11||20:00||29th||Chennai Super Kings vs Pune Warriors, 29th IPL||Chennai|
|26-Apr-11||20:00||30th||Delhi Daredevils vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 30th IPL||Delhi|
|27-Apr-11||16:00||31st||Pune Warriors vs Chennai Super Kings, 31st IPL||Navi Mumbai|
|27-Apr-11||20:00||32nd||Kochi Tuskers Kerala vs Deccan Chargers, 32nd IPL||Kochi|
|28-Apr-11||20:00||33rd||Delhi Daredevils vs Kolkata Knight Riders, 33rd IPL||Delhi|
|29-Apr-11||16:00||34th||Rajasthan Royals vs Mumbai Indians, 34th IPL||Jaipur|
|29-Apr-11||20:00||35th||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Pune Warriors, 35th IPL||Bangalore|
|30-Apr-11||16:00||36th||Kochi Tuskers Kerala vs Delhi Daredevils, 36th IPL||Kochi|
|30-Apr-11||20:00||37th||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Kings XI Punjab, 37th IPL||Kolkata|
|1-May-11||16:00||38th||Rajasthan Royals vs Pune Warriors, 38th IPL||Jaipur|
|1-May-11||20:00||39th||Chennai Super Kings vs Deccan Chargers, 39th IPL||Chennai|
|2-May-11||16:00||40th||Mumbai Indians vs Kings XI Punjab, 40th IPL||Mumbai|
|2-May-11||20:00||41st||Delhi Daredevils vs Kochi Tuskers Kerala, 41st IPL||Delhi|
|3-May-11||20:00||42nd||Deccan Chargers vs Kolkata Knight Riders, 42nd IPL||Hyderabad|
|4-May-11||16:00||43rd||Chennai Super Kings vs Rajasthan Royals, 43rd IPL||Chennai|
|4-May-11||20:00||44th||Pune Warriors vs Mumbai Indians, 44th IPL||Navi Mumbai|
|5-May-11||16:00||45th||Kochi Tuskers Kerala vs Kolkata Knight Riders, 45th IPL||Kochi|
|5-May-11||20:00||46th||Deccan Chargers vs Delhi Daredevils, 46th IPL||Hyderabad|
|6-May-11||20:00||47th||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kings XI Punjab, 47th IPL||Bangalore|
|7-May-11||16:00||48th||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Chennai Super Kings, 48th IPL||Kolkata|
|7-May-11||20:00||49th||Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Daredevils, 49th IPL||Mumbai|
|8-May-11||16:00||50th||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kochi Tuskers Kerala, 50th IPL||Bangalore|
|8-May-11||20:00||51st||Kings XI Punjab vs Pune Warriors, 51st IPL||Mohali|
|9-May-11||20:00||52nd||Rajasthan Royals vs Chennai Super Kings, 52nd IPL||Jaipur|
|10-May-11||16:00||53rd||Deccan Chargers vs Pune Warriors, 53rd IPL||Hyderabad|
|10-May-11||20:00||54th||Kings XI Punjab vs Mumbai Indians, 54th IPL||Mohali|
|11-May-11||20:00||55th||Rajasthan Royals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 55th IPL||Jaipur|
|12-May-11||20:00||56th||Chennai Super Kings vs Delhi Daredevils, 56th IPL||Chennai|
|13-May-11||20:00||57th||Kochi Tuskers Kerala vs Kings XI Punjab, 57th IPL||Indore|
|14-May-11||16:00||58th||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kolkata Knight Riders, 58th IPL||Bangalore|
|14-May-11||20:00||59th||Mumbai Indians vs Deccan Chargers, 59th IPL||Mumbai|
|15-May-11||20:00||60th||Kings XI Punjab vs Delhi Daredevils, 60th IPL||Dharmasala|
|15-May-11||20:00||61st||Kochi Tuskers Kerala vs Rajasthan Royals, 61st IPL||Indore|
|16-May-11||20:00||62nd||Pune Warriors vs Deccan Chargers, 62nd IPL||Navi Mumbai|
|17-May-11||20:00||63rd||Kings XI Punjab vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 63rd IPL||Dharmasala|
|18-May-11||20:00||64th||Chennai Super Kings vs Kochi Tuskers Kerala, 64th IPL||Chennai|
|19-May-11||20:00||65th||Pune Warriors vs Kolkata Knight Riders, 65th IPL||Navi Mumbai|
|20-May-11||20:00||66th||Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals, 66th IPL||Mumbai|
|21-May-11||16:00||67th||Kings XI Punjab vs Deccan Chargers, 67th IPL||Dharmasala|
|21-May-11||20:00||68th||Delhi Daredevils vs Pune Warriors, 68th IPL||Delhi|
|22-May-11||16:00||69th||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Chennai Super Kings, 69th IPL||Bangalore|
|22-May-11||20:00||70th||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Mumbai Indians, 70th IPL||Kolkata|
|24-May-11||20:00||71st||TBC vs TBC, Qualifier 1 IPL||Mumbai|
|25-May-11||20:00||72nd||TBC vs TBC, Eliminator IPL||Mumbai|
|27-May-11||20:00||73rd||TBC vs TBC, Qualifier 2 IPL||Chennai|
|28-May-11||20:00||Final||TBC vs TBC, Final IPL||Chennai|
Saturday, April 30, 2011
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THE world stood still on Wednesday night – and so, seemingly, did a transfixed Real Madrid defence.
As Lionel Messi bore down on the Madrid goal, four players were left clutching at his coat-tails and grasping only thin air.
With the monumental balance that sets the great players apart, Messi stayed on his feet before sliding his shot past Iker Casillas.
Images of Diego Maradona slamming past six England players in the World Cup quarter-final in Mexico in 1986 flashed through your mind.
Messi’s was one of the finest goals in Champions League history and a club record 52nd of the season for the 5ft 7in Barcelona star. And a scarcely believable 179 in 264 games for the Catalans.
It immediately prompted one question: Is little Leo the best player of all time?
Not yet, he’s not.
I still go for Maradona, followed by Pele, Zinedine Zidane, then Messi followed by Johan Cruyff and the Brazilian Ronaldo.
But if Argentina win the World Cup in Brazil in 2014, he will be.
By then, he will be 26. The same age Maradona was when he virtually won the World Cup single-handedly a quarter of a century ago.
Already, his credentials as one of the top six are unimpeachable.
The youngest Argentine player ever to appear in the World Cup, two Champions League winner’s medals, four La Liga titles and the world player of the year in 2009 and 2010.
Plus 55 caps for his country. And he’s still, incredibly, just 23.
Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola says of him: ‘It’s frightening. At 23, he’s already the third-highest goalscorer at a club that is 100 years old.
‘We are lucky to have him. Put in your own superlatives – I’ve run out.’
Luis Figo, the Portuguese winger who played for both Barca and Real Madrid, took it to a new level when he said: ‘To watch Messi is like having an orgasm. An incredible pleasure.’
Thanks for that, Luis.
But the greatest tribute of all came from Maradona, Messi’s idol and still the hero of every Argentinian.
A few years ago, he said: ‘I have seen the player who will inherit my place in Argentina football and his name is Lionel Messi.’
There have been a number of ‘new’ Maradonas down the years but they have all wilted under the pressure of carrying such a burden.
None has had either the physical power or the mental strength that sets Messi apart. And the explosive pace, the low centre of gravity that makes it so hard to knock him out of his stride, the strength of shot in both feet and his anticipation in the box.
He has many years to rewrite the record books. And to be unanimously acclaimed as the finest of all time.
At the moment, though, Maradona is at the summit of football’s Mount Olympus. Yes, at 23, he had only a Copa del Rey to his name at Barcelona after joining from Boca Juniors for a world record £5 million. Hepatitis and a broken leg at the hands of Andoni Goikoetxea, the Butcher of Bilbao, plagued his time at the Nou Camp.
After he moved to Napoli for £6.9 million in 1984, they won the Italian title for the only two times in their history.
But what sets Maradona apart is his courage. Every hatchet man in Italian football was out to get him – and they did. He was only able to continue with massive injections of cortisone.
But still he took Argentina to the 1986 World Cup and that second goal against England was voted goal of the century. He again carried Argentina to the World Cup final four years later in Italy.
Pele, of course, is acclaimed by many as the real No1. A World Cup winner at just 17, he would win three in all and score more than 1,200 goals. His dribbling, touch and vision made him the outstanding player in the celebrated 1970 Brazil World Cup-winning team.
And then Zidane and Cruyff.
The Frenchman was the most outstanding player of his generation and a triple world player of the year in 1998, 2000 and 2003.
A World Cup and European Championship winner, he could do things with a ball that made you blink. His volley for Real Madrid against Bayer Leverkusen in the 2002 Champions League final was skill at its rarest.
Cruyff was a purist’s delight, star of the Dutch Total Football side of the Seventies and the Ajax team that won three European Cups.
His control and balance and getaway speed tormented defenders. And, finally, Ronaldo – Il Fenomeno.
Like Maradona, a man of supreme power matched only by his courage. In his only season at Barcelona, he scored 47 goals in 49 games.
Later in Italy, he twice came back from career-threatening injuries and was the most prolific scorer in World Cup history with Brazil.
Football, of course, has been blessed with so many incredible talents. Northern Ireland’s George Best was a genius only held back by never playing in a World Cup. For England, there was Bobby Charlton and Bobby Moore. For France, Michel Platini. For Portugal, Eusebio and Figo.
The Germans can boast Franz Beckenbauer, Gerd Muller, Lothar Matthaeus and Jurgen Klinsmann. Holland, as well as Cruyff, have Johan Neeskens, Marco Van Basten and Ruud Gullit.
The Italians will trumpet Franco Baresi, Paolo Maldini, Roberto Bettega and Gianni Rivera. And, finally, we have Spain’s current World Cup kings Xavi, Iniesta and Casillas.
It is a list of footballing royalty. And yet, in our midst, we could well be watching a man who could eventually be the most accomplished of all.
Leo Messi, the world is at your twinkling feet.
Miles of bunting were draped over Britain Friday as the country marked the royal wedding with thousands of street parties, taking advantage of a public holiday to let down their hair.
About 5,500 groups of residents asked permission to hold street parties on the day, including one in Downing Street hosted by the prime minister, David Cameron, whose wife Samantha provided homemade cakes.
In the south London district of Battersea, souvenir stands and cocktails bars did a roaring business to the tunes of a Jamaican orchestra, as local residents threw open their doors for one of the biggest parties in the capital.
Crowds gathered around a giant screen to watch Prince William marry Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey, with many exclaiming in delight when the bride emerged, radiant in an ivory satin and lace dress.
‘She is so beautiful,’ sighed one French tourist. ‘William, say yes!’ cried another voice from the crowd as the couple stood up to say their vows.
Infused with the carnival spirit, onlookers clutching beers, glasses of champagne and royal flags enthusiastically sang along with the marriage ceremony hymns, such as ‘Jerusalem’, and of course the national anthem.
Wellwishers mark marriage at Paris Diana shrine
As millions around the world watched Prince William marry Kate Middleton in London on Friday, in Paris a small number of well-wishers remembered his late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.
Before the wedding began someone laid a single pink rose under the ‘Flame of Freedom’ statue at the Pont d’Alma underpass where Diana died in a car crash in August 1997, a spot which has become an unofficial shrine in her memory.
‘Dear Diana, thinking of you on this special day,’ read a handwritten note.
Nearby, a visitor who signed her name as Linda had left a poem on a laminated sheet of paper.
‘Dear Diana,’ part of it read. ‘We know that up above your light is shining through. And that you’ll be right beside them when they say ‘Yes, I do’.’
William, who married Kate in Westminster Abbey on Friday, was only 15 when his mother died in the Paris accident.
The usual small trickle of tourists filed past the flame under cloudy skies, but none said they had come specially to mark the wedding day.