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International cricket 2012: the Year in Pictures



2012 saw South Africa rise to the number one test spot, and the West Indies claim the World T20 crown.

Highly respected and influential cricketers retired - Rahul Dravid, VVS Laxman, Brett Lee, Mark Boucher, Andrew Strauss and Ricky Ponting - while Kevin Pietersen made the headlines for all the wrong reasons.

The fifth edition of the IPL produced breathtaking moments, with under-fire Kolkata Knight Riders finally rising to the top to oust Chennai Super Kings in the final.

South Africa hosted the Champions league T20, and the Sydney Sixers proved to be too much as they walked away with the trophy, and the money...

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