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Do India have a better chance of winning the world cup without Kohli?

Do India have a better chance of winning the world cup without Kohli?  

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  1. 1. Do India have a better chance of winning the world cup without Kohli?

    • Better chance with Rohit as captain and no kohli
    • Worse chance


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Rohit captaincy - Kohli batting + Replacement batsman > Kohli captaincy + Kohli Batting

 

 

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Kohli the bat is a one man army but I agree with the OP’s sentiment. Rohit’s bat might have created World records but his brain has singlehandedly created history “the slow ball Yorker heard around the world and won us the Aussie test series” 

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Kohli Batsmen - Captain = Better off for us. Either way, him captaning is the same as Dhoni captaning for us. Gives him so many peptalks during the match.

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11 minutes ago, maniac said:

Kohli the bat is a one man army but I agree with the OP’s sentiment. Rohit’s bat might have created World records but his brain has singlehandedly created history “the slow ball Yorker heard around the world and won us the Aussie test series” 

obviously you will agree with yourself :five:

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15 hours ago, Vilander said:

Rohit field setting team combo batting lineup + Dhoni spinner setup + kohli individual batting and fastbowler lineup as captain. Thats the best possible combo right now.

i should add.

 

Rohit to decide on field setting, Dhoni can provide inputs. Virat should man the third man and not be in slips.  thank you.

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12 minutes ago, Gollum said:

Sage posts way less than the other 2 avatars, also he trollvotes which the other 2 don't. I can't diagnose his mental condition, any psychoanalyst around?

Maybe before getting that far, using common sense to atleast think that  they might be different individuals :) . Has that  complicated thought crossed your mind?

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1 hour ago, Clarke said:

Q. What does a coward wannabe chanakya respond when he faces hostile conditions abroad ?

 

A. Come to India!

So on the political topics  you swell

with pride for Modiji’s make in India schemes and displaying nationalistic pride and on the other hand you have a problem with Rohit telling off a white guy who comes from a stench of an apartheid upbringing to show up in India and check our might :no: #brown power

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, maniac said:

Maybe before getting that far, using common sense to atleast think that  they might be different individuals :) . Has that  complicated thought crossed your mind?

Pretty sure that isn't the case :phehe:

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7 hours ago, maniac said:

So on the political topics  you swell

with pride for Modiji’s make in India schemes and displaying nationalistic pride and on the other hand you have a problem with Rohit telling off a white guy who comes from a stench of an apartheid upbringing to show up in India and check our might :no: #brown power

 

 

 

Yo Rohit so swadeshi, they should have called him patanjali aata instead of maggi

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11 hours ago, maniac said:

Maybe before getting that far, using common sense to atleast think that  they might be different individuals :) . Has that  complicated thought crossed your mind?

 

Why use multiple IDs ?

 

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1 hour ago, Adi BB said:

Nope ,we'll meet a similar fate even with say a rohit in charge. 

This team is not good 

Naah, Rohit Sharma has a brain that is the envy of Carlsen & Anand.

 

They interviewed him when they wanted to make a film called Lucy. Rumor has it that the initial film title was Rohit but due to Ambani/Bambai Indians commitments and the fact that the film staff felt like morons with Rohit on the set led to Johansson's lead role in the rechristened movie. 

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