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Sri Lanka's Tillakaratne Dilshan slams a boundary as Bangladesh keeper Mushfiqur Rahim looks on. (Getty)
A 210-run stand between T.M. Dilshan and Kumar Sangakkara powered Sri Lanka to a big win over Bangladesh in their World Cup clash.

Ed Joyce. (Getty)
Ed Joyce proved the Irish really are a lucky after surviving being dismissed when a delivery hit his stumps.

Steve Waugh and Shane Warne. (Getty)
Steve Waugh has taken aim at Shane Warne, saying his recent comments would be unsettling for Australia.

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