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Chinnasamy pitch is a disgrace

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10 hours ago, bulbul said:

Ask them to move to Telangana :dontknow: 

Most teluguites are confused.. about where they belong... telengana.. Andhra Pradesh... seemandra???....oh wait... but they live  n work in Bangalore/usa...

now what can they do......

so, wholesale.. they r joining nimhans....

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6 hours ago, adi B said:

Chinnaswamy should be banned!!

Jealous much :hehe: 

 

But we don't care :finger: 

7 hours ago, asterix said:

Also the high altitude factor which helps mishits to go for sixes... :nice:

Soar grapes by Bambis :aha: 

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1 minute ago, TheWall said:

Most teluguites are confused.. about where they belong... telengana.. Andhra Pradesh... seemandra???....oh wait... but they live  n work in Bangalore/usa...

now what can they do......

so, wholesale.. they r joining nimhans....

Moniac doesnt live here,but he have this regional fundamentalism..cant do anything about though...

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20 hours ago, maniac said:

Yep....governing council 

 

even the final is in chinnu.... Don't u see a pattern? C'mon I know u are a sharp guy.

I am really enjoying this :whine::whine: 

 

Common Mr Nimhan some more :whine: 

 

:aha::aha::aha::aha::aha::aha: 

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1 hour ago, sourab10forever said:

Probably the slowest wicket this season on this ground.

Still managed to smack around 240+ :rcb:

Only think I feel sad about is that now the highest runs conceded award does not belong to SRH :((

 

No probs... next time SRH will take back their record of conceding highest runs...

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21 minutes ago, Under_Score said:

Does pitch size really matter when both teams get equal opportunity to bat & tonk sixes on the same ground...:blink:

Dude, are you seriously going to apply logic and common sense against maniac? 

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Amazing that MI PWNS RCB in Chinnaswamy... 6-1. Don't know how MI does it... Bulbul will say it's Ambani... Then Ambani must've special contempt for Mallya... Otherwise why would MI lose everywhere but keeps winning at Chinna... :dontknow:

MI should've asked to move to Bengaluru instead of that dog crap Vizag stadium. Just played in the hands of Golts...

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21 minutes ago, asterix said:

Amazing that MI PWNS RCB in Chinnaswamy... 6-1. Don't know how MI does it... Bulbul will say it's Ambani... Then Ambani must've special contempt for Mallya... Otherwise why would MI lose everywhere but keeps winning at Chinna... :dontknow:

MI should've asked to move to Bengaluru instead of that dog crap Vizag stadium. Just played in the hands of Golts...

And how many of those times has MI won the toss?

The toss is very important in chinnaswasmy. Unless you post 200+ you don't stand a chance of defending.

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Just now, sourab10forever said:

And how many of those times has MI won the toss?

The toss is very important in chinnaswasmy. Unless you post 200+ you don't stand a chance of defending.

And a few stadiums suit a few teams.

Wankhade and Chinnaswasmy are quite similar and hence the team does well in Wankhade is likely to do well in chinnaswasmy as well.

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3 hours ago, Under_Score said:

Does pitch size really matter when both teams get equal opportunity to bat & tonk sixes on the same ground...:blink:

PITCH size is same in every cricket ground in the world :dontknow: 

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14 hours ago, sourab10forever said:

And a few stadiums suit a few teams.

Wankhade and Chinnaswasmy are quite similar and hence the team does well in Wankhade is likely to do well in chinnaswasmy as well.

How is the Wankhede similar to the Chinnaswamy stadium?

 

Wankhede is right next to the sea, resulting in a lot of breeze etc. That affects moisture and outfield levels. Also the players are not so sapped of energy during the summer due to the breeze. Chinnaswamy is a tinier ground and devoid of the sea breeze.

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7 hours ago, Mariyam said:

How is the Wankhede similar to the Chinnaswamy stadium?

 

Wankhede is right next to the sea, resulting in a lot of breeze etc. That affects moisture and outfield levels. Also the players are not so sapped of energy during the summer due to the breeze. Chinnaswamy is a tinier ground and devoid of the sea breeze.

Wankhede is a small ground too very much like Chinnasmally and offers a good batting track like Chinnasmally. In Mumbai, heat along with high humidity put players in trouble. Conditions are more sapping there due to high humidity as it is right next to the sea. Bangalore usually has a better weather in comparison to Mumbai.

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This is a terrible terrible pitch....glad Kohli is a castanet hard worker who won't take all these performances too seriously and carry that attitude.

 

cmon now seriously a disgraceful pitch and ground.

 

 

200+ in a 15 over game. Fk this...300 would have been breached today...after a while 4s and 6s get boring too

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17 minutes ago, maniac said:

This is a terrible terrible pitch....glad Kohli is a castanet hard worker who won't take all these performances too seriously and carry that attitude.

 

cmon now seriously a disgraceful pitch and ground.

 

 

200+ in a 15 over game. Fk this...300 would have been breached today...after a while 4s and 6s get boring too

if it is so disgraceful, should be easy for any batsman to score 200 right? Dont burn so much, give credit where due. This was a different planet where Kohli was batting.. even if this innings was at Eden Gardens, may be he would have scored 10 runs less at most.

Those shots were unstoppable anywhere in the world!

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10 minutes ago, kruiser said:

if it is so disgraceful, should be easy for any batsman to score 200 right? Dont burn so much, give credit where due. This was a different planet where Kohli was batting.. even if this innings was at Eden Gardens, may be he would have scored 10 runs less at most.

Those shots were unstoppable anywhere in the world!

Who is saying Kohli's innings are disgraceful???

 

kohli is a proven player just like abd but making these tiny grounds and flat pitches make the game boring and the fact that players like these can put the game out of the oppositions hands without a good contest between bat and ball.

 

ssc where lankan ftbs get 300s for fun or Aussie pitches in recent times are also a disgrace if that evens things out here.

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35 minutes ago, maniac said:

This is a terrible terrible pitch....glad Kohli is a castanet hard worker who won't take all these performances too seriously and carry that attitude.

 

cmon now seriously a disgraceful pitch and ground.

 

 

200+ in a 15 over game. Fk this...300 would have been breached today...after a while 4s and 6s get boring too

The pitch ain't that bad. The small ground size is the problem. 

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3 minutes ago, Viper said:

That's why crowd is full in this match box ground..

 

They making batting tracks which has nothing for bowlers and  No one is there in HYD cause they make Test bowling pitches :hehe:

 

Both grounds are terrible 

 

Need a balance man

KXIP are 4 down in the same pitch. Go figure. 

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2 hours ago, Viper said:

:facepalm:`chasing 200+ in 15 overs

 

what ya expect ??? 

Wow! So the ground grew bigger and the pitch less flatter while chasing? It was the same ground for both teams boss! The % of wins while chasing in this IPL is significantly higher than wins while batting first. 

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