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  1. Wow, he's already played 99 tests and has 8200 runs to his name! Looks like the English play too much test cricket. If he breaks the record, so be it.
  2. Same here! Can't wait to see the end of Kohli's toxic presence! This series has shown he isn't indispensable as a player either.
  3. I am a Rohit fan but was very disappointed that he couldn't play a big, impact making innings in the 4 chances that he got. The innings in which he got out to Lyon, he looked so composed and looked all set to get a big one but alas, it was not meant to be.
  4. Poor Rahane. Except for that Afg match, he always leads the team when the going gets tough - toughest, in fact. He gets the wins with backs to the wall, but barely any credit.
  5. Didn't mean to put down anyone. If runs dry up at the other end, it puts extra pressure on the set batsman, increasing the chances of him making a fatal mistake. This is true for Pant, Kohli, or whoever the set batsman might be.
  6. We have seen Indian coaches deliver results and reduce the craze for phoren coaches. Likewise, instead of totally going with hardcore Western athletic training methods, a dose of Yoga could be considered to develop core strength, flexibility, and mental calmness.
  7. Very true! It would have been a draw or probably worse. Pant would have got out trying for quick runs and the Aussies would have bodylined the tail in a jiffy.
  8. Next news item will be Shardul was possessed by Kohli's spirit, that's why he batted like Lord Thakur. What a credit hog this Kohli is. Since he is so great bringing in great results when away from the team, I suggest he permanently stays away.
  9. I never felt teary eyed when watching any sporting action EVER except when Pujara was getting hit left and right that day. I have heard about WI pacers unleashing missiles at our batsmen in '75 forcing Bishan Bedi to just declare the innings and concede defeat but Pujara didn't concede an inch, let alone concede the match. The Aussies did their homework on him and cut off his run supply, bombarded him non stop with bodyline but failed to shake him.
  10. Yes, they did. But no one thought they would beat the WI in the final, that to after getting all out for 183 in a 60 over game. WI have only themselves to blame, though. They were in a hurry to get the party started by smashing the target real quick and paid the price.
  11. That WI team was fuming mad after the world cup loss and destroyed everyone in their path for the next couple of years. There is a YouTube video of a game they won in England with Greenidge hitting a double century on the last day. The WI bowling was downright scary in that game and I was in awe of Allan Lamb for standing up against such brutal bowling and scoring a century.
  12. I feel the bullying and trash talk is an act, like a mask they wear. Outside the field they seem okay. Quite a few high profile Aussies have done good work in India. Dennis Lillee at MRF pace academy, Steve Waugh with Udayan charity work for Mother Teresa, McGrath at MRF pace academy etc.
  13. No. Why is this even a question? Cricket diplomacy has never worked, never will. If anything, Paxtan shod be banned from all international sport until they stop sponsoring terror.
  14. Ashwin put up a video after the Sydney test where he talked about how TN beat Hyd in an under 22 match by going for a win instead of a draw. That was quite an inspiring story. The Indian team has pulled off a similar feat now.
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