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Kohli becomes first Indian captain to win a series in South Africa

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44 minutes ago, maniac said:

@dandaroy wrong timing to cancel willow tv :((

 

You missed a historic series win

 

(I don’t think so though :giggle:)

 

I did not even watch the highlights. At least not yet. No willow though. However, good achievement, first time after CB series in Aus in 2008, no?

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20 minutes ago, dandaroy said:

I did not even watch the highlights. At least not yet. No willow though. However, good achievement, first time after CB series in Aus in 2008, no?

Yes first ODI series win in one of these countries overseas since that unless you want to count Champions trophy  2013.

 

 

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24 minutes ago, Cricketics said:

Yes first ODI series win in one of these countries overseas since that unless you want to count Champions trophy  2013.

 

 

Yeah, I was not counting ODI tournament, just overseas ODI series in Aus, SA, NZ or Eng.

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Lol. Pakistanis taking solace in their flukish 2-1 win in 2013. SA got bored of whooping their candy ass through out the year. SA beat Pak 9 times and lost only 5 matches that year. Sa defeated Pak 3-2 in SA in march 2013, then beat them in Champions trophy 2013 in England.

 

Infact in the very same month of November that Pak won their 2-1 series in SA, they lost to SA 4-1 in Uae.

So in nine months alone Pak lost 9 matches out of 14 even after including their 2-1 win.

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First of all I must congrats team India and Kohli the way they played absolutely marvelous. :hatsoff: To be honest I feel sorry for SA what a side in the past who is not easy to be beaten anywhere in the world but ultimately become more depleted underdog side :((. Kohli knew that this was the opportunity ever they got to beat SA in SA, since fragile SA team they have. So he mastered his troops for a victory and history renamed finally.

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9 hours ago, Lala said:

First of all I must congrats team India and Kohli the way they played absolutely marvelous. :hatsoff: To be honest I feel sorry for SA what a side in the past who is not easy to be beaten anywhere in the world but ultimately become more depleted underdog side :((. Kohli knew that this was the opportunity ever they got to beat SA in SA, since fragile SA team they have. So he mastered his troops for a victory and history renamed finally.

That is not true, Indian team has made SA look bad, they will be invincible against all other sides in SA.They were on 17 game winning streak at home.

Mille was hammering everyone else so was dekock. 

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