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  1. mancalledsting

    Football equivalents of cricket teams

    CSK are mid 2000s version of AC Milan or Juventus. Lol berlusconi = srini mama
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    Time for Dhoni to go?

    They didn’t go for almost nothing, game was winnable when Dhoni came in. He finished off whatever chance we had. Even if you argue game wasn’t winnable, it’s a good future predictor (together with his recent history) of his competency to handle a similar winnable situation
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    Time for Dhoni to go?

    Yea but when Hardik came in and was going at a run a ball, Dhoni was starving Hardik of the strike as well as raising RRR. It’s a known fact that when you starve a good player of strike; it can lead to their dismissal. Dhoni was the final and decisive nail in our teams chase yesterday
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    Lords ODI should be investigated

    No need for investigation, just get rid of washed up has beens
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    Time for Dhoni to go?

    excellent stats bhai. Dhoni chamchas often point to his numbers as evidence of his good performance over the past few years but if we look closely at Yuvi's numbers they are in fact better. And its unanimously agreed upon that Yuvi is way past it. Not sure how MSD has managed to gather so much blind support.
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    Time for Dhoni to go?

    dude we are not putting ourselves forward to play in place of MSD- we are rooting for someone more capable and competent in his place
  7. yes MS will have absolutely no problem kicking back and listening to the new album from yo-yo Honey Singh
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    Time for Dhoni to go?

    sadly these days almost every day in int'l cricket is a bad day at the office for Dhoni.
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    How do you describe this inning - 37 (59) when RRR is over 15?

    it's normally a good idea to begin to accelerate before the 50th over
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    Time for Dhoni to go?

    I already felt this way 3 years ago. But after today's embarrassing flop show where the crowd were booing this awful display, together with English commies mocking the go slow approach, is there anyone left in support of Dhoni's place in the ODI side? Make no mistake, he embarrassed Indian cricket and the country today.
  11. Perfect exhibition here of how to pace a test innings
  12. No need to get knickers in a twist over Kohli mentioning Chahal’s name, he merely did it to boost his confidence so that he doesn’t feel sidelined by Kuldeep’s superlative performance. Part of being a leader is managing everyone’s emotions- sensible ploy
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    Project Raina never dies

    good shout.Raina's main strength is his ability to hit the ball from ball one- a necessity if you want to bat lower down the order. Pant has the same ability but he is not quite as suspect vs the short ball.
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    D Chahar- quick rise to first team

    Geebz, No one is saying domestics are a fool proof way of assuring that you pick the right player all the time. If that were the case, we wouldn't need selectors, instead PWC would be picking national squads. But domestics are one of the strongest predictors for success in International cricket. Yes it won't work every time and global impression of experts is key but to disregard it to the point where inferior performance in domestics is rewarded or instead giving IPL performance greater presidence is a sure fire way of ending up with players like Richard Levi in your national side.
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    With Saha in doubt, Pant must play England

    didn't you hear that there is no management in Indian cricket. All decision are in the hands of supreme leader Kohli, everything is his fault.

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