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2 minutes ago, Pollack said:

Yes. He is. Smith is a genius. :hail:

 

That's the greatness of the true leader (Dhoni). He does things so subtly that he doesn't even take credit for his achievements and let Smith hog all the glory. Just like how he used to hand over the trophy to rest of his teammates (mostly the youngest player on the team) and disappear from the scene :agree:  What a team man and a leader :hatsoff: 

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2 hours ago, asterix said:

 

 

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It's really lonely at the top...

 

 

 

 

Not to worry guys, we are managing it ... :bandit:

 

 

 

 

 

 

PS: MODs please make this thread sticky... Thanks in advance... :nice:

 

Now that you are talking this way, look at the potential consequences. If Mumbai were to loose tomorrow, they will be in serious trouble of making it to top 2 because of which Mumbai has to play eliminator. 

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3 hours ago, Pollack said:

The game against Punjab is actually very important for MI since we would like to finish in top 2 to avoid eliminator. KX11 would be easier to defeat than KKR. MI will win both. :aha::aha:

 

watever happens mumbai will be in top 2 .. kkr runrate is too low to catchup mumbai and only rps can overtake mumbai

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4 hours ago, velu said:

watever happens mumbai will be in top 2 .. kkr runrate is too low to catchup mumbai and only rps can overtake mumbai

Not true! KKR's NRR is not that much lower than that of MI's and their victory might as well place their NRR above MI which would have sustained a defeat against KXIP. 

But RPS may overtake mumbai but if they loose one match out of the remaining two, they cannot. 

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