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2 hours ago, Zero_Unit said:

about 10 years ago, india got knocked out by a crappy BD team from WC. I donno what you're talking bout here ...

yeah am aware off one odd games we have lost to minnows much before that too , thats not the point .

The difference is approach . We where 161 in the 30th over with only a wicket down , scoring at 5rpo against HK when things are going well ? 

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21 minutes ago, SK_IH said:

he has the habit of stating the contrary for the sake of it without getting the gist

i did not say anything for the sake.  Every Indian team has had good or bad days in the past. So, why single this team out.  

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10 hours ago, Global.Baba said:

Jadeja is spent force. We need to think forward with Krunal or Sundar. Sundar infact won man of the series in the last tournament. Krunal is leagues ahead of Axar as a bat. May be bowling Axar is ahead but not by much.

 

Gowtham Krishnappa I think his name is is also another option.The guy who was hitting some mighty 6's in the IPl against good bowling

I agree sundar is talented but due to bad selection strategy we havent groomed him for WC its too late now... after wc sundar and abhishek sharma are my hopes...

dont know why krunal is so overrated here...he hasnt kick started his domestic career even.

Jaddu is not a spent force ... he can give you 8-10 overs easily as support spinner and his batting in last test looked best of his career, he might have improved.

 

Chasing 100 of last 100 balls in a knockout WC match ...kohli on crease 6 wickets down... Jaddu's experience gives most confidence on such a situation.

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