Mohinder Amarnath won the man of the match in final against england
No, They Are DifferentT20 is a format of cricket, whereas the IPL is a tournament that uses this format of cricket. Twenty20 cricket is a format of cricket where each team gets to play 20 overs each. It is just regular cricket, with the match being of a different duration, viz., a test match is played over 5 days, whereas One Day Cricket involves a match of 50 overs per side. And similarly, T20 involves playing 20 overs each.IPL stands for the Indian Premier League, which is a Tournament conducted by BCCI in India. It is a cricket tournament that uses the Twenty20 cricket format.
India's first ever One-Day International cricket match took place on July 13, 1974, the twelfth such match to occur, during the 1974 Prudential Trophy. The match took place at Headingley, Leeds.
Amiss of England scored the first century of the ODI Cricket in 1972 vs Australia in the first One Day International, Prudential Trophy.
Twenty 20 cricket was apparently originated originated by a person named Nick Borcich in England. The ECS (England and Wales Cricket Board) introduced a Twenty 20 cricket tournament (The Twenty 20 cup cricket tournament) between the various counties. The true origins of Twenty 20 cricket can be traced to the Twenty20 cup county cricket tournament in England which turned out to be a huge success. In fact, one particular match between Middlesex and Surrey had the highest audience in England for a county cricket match since 1953. This successful Twenty 20 cricket match set the seal on this latest format of world cricket- It was now only a matter of time before world cricket took up the natural evolution of the cricket game.
Yuvraj Singh was man of the tournament in 2011 world cup.He perfomred with both bat and ball.He took 15 wickets in the tournament.
The umpires run a cricket match.
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2,like in every cricket match.
In a cricket match six balls are in an over.
Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath was named 'Player of the Series' at the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup. McGrath took 26 wickets at the phenomenal average of 13, helping Australia to win the tournament without losing a match.