Matthew Hayden

Winners of the Ceat World Cup Cricketer awards, left to right, Glenn Turner, Rahul Dravid, Wasim Akram, M Hayden, G Marsh, Arvinda de Silva, and Gorden Grenidge along with RPG Chairman Harsh Goenka (4th L) during Ceat Cricket Rating awards function in Mumbai.

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Australian Cricketer Matthew Hayden launches his Autobiography Standing My Ground, in Mumbai.

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Chennai Super Kings' batsman Matthew Hyden hits a six as Delhi Daredevils' wicket keeper Dinesh Kartik looks on during the Indian Premier League match at Firozshah Kotla Stadium in New Delhi. Matthew Hayden butchered Delhi Daredevils bowlers with a breathtaking 43-ball 93 to power Chennai Super Kings to a thrilling five–wicket win in their Indian Premier League match here today.

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IPL team Chennai Super Kings' Matthew Hayden and Suresh Raina playing a video game at a hotel in Chennai.

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Day 20 - Chennai Super Kings V/s Kings XI Punjab:
Chennai Super Kings Mathew Hayden plays a shot against Kings XI Punjab. Dazzling half-centuries from opener Matthew Hayden and captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni powered Chennai Super Kings to 185 for three in 18 overs in their rain-truncated IPL match against Kings XI Punjab. Chennai beat Punjab by 12 runs.

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Day 17 - Chennai Super Kings V/s Deccan Chargers:
Chennai Super Kings' Matthew Hayden plays a shot during an Indian Premier League cricket match against the Deccan Chargers at Buffalo Park in East London. A splendid top-order batting combined with devastating bowling helped Chennai Super Kings record their third win on the trot as they outclassed Deccan Chargers by 78 runs.

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Day 3 - Chennai super Kings Vs Bangalore Royal Challengers:
Chennai Super Kings put back their title defence on track in a stunning fashion with a massive 92-run win over Bangalore Royal Challengers. The Chennai side first rattled up a huge 179 for five, riding on Australian Matthew Hayden's blistering 35-ball 65 and then bundled out Bangalore for just 87 in 15.2 overs.

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Bangladesh's Tapash Baishya kneels on the pitch as Matthew Hayden and Adam Gilchrist make runs.