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ESPN Cricinfo Awards
ESPN cricinfor awards were given for the year 2010 in Bangalore on 14th February 2011 and Sportzworkz covered it for the website espnricinfo.com. The event was uploaded to the website immediately after the conclusion of the awards.
In Tests, VVS Laxman and Dale Steyn won the top honors in the fourth annual ESPNcricinfo Awards. Laxman won the Test batting award for his 96 on a seaming pitch in Durban, while Steyn took the bowling prize for his 7 for 51 against India in Nagpur on a flat batting track.
The one-day batting award went to Sachin Tendulkar's remarkable unbeaten double-hundred in Gwalior.Umar Gul took the ODI prize for 2010 for his 6 for 42, which undid England's modest chase of 242 at The Oval.
In Twenty20, Tim Southee's five-wicket burst in nine balls, which included a hat-trick at Eden Park was the jury's overwhelming favorite for the bowling award. Michael Hussey's 60 in the World Twenty20 semi-final, which one of the judges, Ramiz Raja, called "the greatest Twenty20 knock of all time “won the batting prize.
Besides Ramiz Raza and Kepler Wessels, the jury included former internationals Ian Chappell, Tony Greig, Geoff Boycott, Sanjay Manjrekar and Martin Crowe, and ESPNcricinfo's senior editors.
Sportzworkz covered the whole award ceremony including the interview of VVS Laxman and Dale Steyn which was uploaded on the website espncricinfo.com.