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date: 25th Jan 2016

tags: Documentary, Sport

Adam Darke’s ICC Cricket World Cup 2011: Highlights and Official Film is an exhilarating journey that captures the excitement of the tournament for international players and fans. The opening ceremony was held on 17 February 2011 at Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka and the tournament was played between 19 February and 2 April, with 14 national cricket teams taking part. All matches were One Day Internationals played over 50 overs.

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Some of the Highlights the tournament saw included:

  • Virender Sehwag’s ruthless 175 in the opening game against Bangladesh
  • The 338 run tied game between India and England on the 27th of February.
  • Kemar Roach’s consecutive hat-tricks for the West Indies against the Netherlands and Kenya
  • Kevin O’Brien’s fastest ton in world cup history, off 50 balls.
  • Bangladesh’s humiliating loss to the West Indies on the 4th of March
  • Jesse Ryders’ sensational catch off Upul Tharanga as New Zealand faced Sri Lanka in the Semi Finals.
  • Captain M.S. Dhoni promoted himself to No. 5 and hit an unbeaten 91 from 79 balls, steering India to glory against Sri Lanka, ending a 28-year-long wait for the Indians.

The film is an epic sporting memorabilia piece, reliving some of the greatest cricketing achievements from some of the best players the sport has seen. Brett Lee, Sachin Tendulkar, Andrew Strauss, Ricky Ponting and Muttiah Muralitharan are just a few of the players Darke features and captures their best moments in the competition. Relive the momentous 2011 ICC World Cup this month as the 2016 Australian summer of cricket begins to wind down.





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