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  1. Gladiator never actually happened. I mean it's based on roman history and facts etc but the characters and exact plot never happened. Braveheart happened but not in the way the movie was taken. The actual events and the one's depicted in the movie were totally different. Movie is inaccurate. But, still I like the movie. One of my favs, in the historical genre along with Gladiator.
  2. Oh, so that Dhoni can analyse the par score in Australian pitches?
  3. I'll believe it when I see it. What about t20s?
  4. Yes. If a match is tied, then a super over will be conducted to determine the winner. And if the super over itself is tied, then the team which scored more no of boundaries will win the match. And if boundaries are tied, then I think it goes to the team which finished higher in the group stage(though this I am not sure, I remember reading a coin toss to decided the winner also somewhere).
  5. ICF is anti-Dhoni. Someone who is anti-Dhoni will not be selected.
  6. Yes exactly, I started a thread on that. But, a petition should be signed for the world cup to be shared between England and New Zealand.
  7. I6MTW

    Wimbledon 2019

    I'm still trying. One of the things giving me solace was Federer beating Nadal convincingly and keeping up with Djokovic physically for 5 hours at the age of 38 almost beating him in his second best surface, looking the fresher out of the two at the end of the match. Federer's legacy may or may not strengthen, Federer may have his records broken, remembered for his loses. But one thing Federer will always be remembered for was taking tennis to new heights, one of the most pleasing games to watch, a true all court player, a person who went from a total brat to one of the finest sportsman in the world, plus the ability to comeback from devastating losses is a trademark of Feds. Right from 2005 till now. Federer's mental strength is underrated in that part. He may choke in crucial times , but the ability to not let that affect him and to comeback stronger in the next match is to be appreciated. Other players have let devastating/close losses destroy them. But not Federer, he has suffered the most close and devastating loses but still he comes back ,able to compete with the best players at this age.
  8. Lol, Dhoni's innings was worse than a hangover for me.
  9. It's tough. Just take a break for a while. Remember that they played well enough to even get to the position they were in. Time heals everything. Who knows, they're might be other opportunities in the future. But, as of now taking a break, focusing on other more important things/activities can help you cope.
  10. I6MTW

    Wimbledon 2019

    Agree. The same way I felt. When Federer got the break at 8-7 after being a break down 4-2 I was elated. I got vibes of AO 17. But I was still uncertain whether Federer would be able to serve it out for the championship. Then Federer struck a few first serves and aces and got to 40-15. I thought the legacy was secure. The greatest GS victory in perhaps this century. But then tactical errors at 2 championship points followed by shanks onto the net, Djokovic broke back. Once Djokovic broke back, I knew the match was done. Over. So close. I still imagine what would've happened if Federer converted the MPs. On top of that, the devastating WC final, NZ missing out on a technicality in what has perhaps the greatest ODI of all time. Only the result ruined it. Even the Nimbu tie-break at 12 all was a questionable introduction. It had its reasons, but questionable considering the situation and intensity at that time. The tie-break kinda spoilt the match. Anti-climatic. Who knows what would've happened had the match continued, maybe W 09? Maybe not. Anyway I am definitely taking a break from sports. Need one after this.
  11. I6MTW

    Moeen and Adil avoid haram

    A lot of Nusrat Fateh ali Khan's compositions had lyrics about alcohol and intoxication in them.
  12. I6MTW

    Moeen and Adil avoid haram

    The almighty Allah has definitely blessed the English Cricket team. They have avoided sin by appointing two muslim players in their team. Now soon the rest of them will be on the path towards righteousness.
  13. I6MTW

    Wimbledon 2019

    I sense a decline from Djokovic. Still enough to beat almost everyone else in the tour. But his level in Wimbledon was nothing special. On HCs there are a lot of players who do well there unlike Grass where the current generation struggles. RBA and Wawrinka on HCs are nightmares to Djokovic. Even Thiem does well in USO.
  14. I6MTW

    Wimbledon 2019

    Federer played well tactically bar the TBs and on championship points. Probably his best match against Djokovic in recent years. It was purely mental. So many UEs and shanks which wasn't there against Nadal in the SF. Djokovic also wasnt near his high level. Not like 2015 W final.

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