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Sreesanth said, "Next ball he was beaten and I said, 'is this the King Charles Lara? Who is this impostor, moving around nervously? I should have kept my mouth shut for the next ball - mind you, it was a length ball - Lara just pulled it over the church beyond the boundary! He is a true legend."
Oh this is just too much fun! Hey Ajnas_khan2000, where are you, aren't you going to follow up your point, infact, out of the 32 posts on this thread, I believe one has taken the matter seriously, what a top first thread.
Member of LSU (bowl part time pies)
Dhoni look back in anger I heard you say.Originally Posted by Armadillo
A True Champion - Bob. Rest in peace. 15/04/06
"People today have too big a devil and too small a God"
- Stephen Currie
"The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?" Psalm 27:1
Oh....Sachin can wait, he knows its too late as Dhoni's walking on by.
Dhoni >>>>>>>>> Harry Potter and 100x better at Quidditch. He can do things with a broomstick that would even impress Viktor Krum.
This thread is about MS Dhoni's masterful ability in the sport of Quidditch isn't it?
Q: What's your favourite animal?
Steve Waugh: Merv Hughes.
That was a tremendous six, the ball was still in the air as it went over the boundary.
That's what cricket is all about. Two batsmen pitting their wits against one another.
Anyone foolish enough to predict the outcome of this match is a fool.
Unless something happens that we can't predict, I don't think a lot will happen.
Ian Blackwell: It's just understanding foods and what to eat at certain times.
Nah, Quidditch requires that players use brooms to fly. Dhoni refuses to have these contraptions tone down his style of flying.Originally Posted by danish
Dhoni look down!
Thanks for killing the thread danish. Harry Potter references are unacceptable when it comes to cricket. It's gone from "" to "Rob" with that comment alone.Originally Posted by danish
That's soooooooo passť.Originally Posted by Langeveldt
No disrespect to Dhoni (i rate him quite high) but this thread has been real fun.
Thanks Ajnas hope you come up with more threads like these.
He use to carry his bat in a burlap sack
And visualise his innings on the rather flat track.
Oh, the selectors used to see him sitting in the shade,
Playing to the rhythm that his little mind made.
People passing by would stop and say
Oh my that little Indian could play
Go Dhoni Go
Dhoni be good
Last edited by Smudge; 20-01-2006 at 03:16 PM.
Originally Posted by Voltman
I may just be losing my place
as CricketWeb's resident poet
If Voltman's ode is not luck
and he doesn't, you know, just blow it.
The true test, I think, is to come
when he has the seeds of an idea -
and instead of just singing a song,
he must choreograph the whole choir.
Nigel Clough's Black and White Army, beating Forest away with 10 men
Never fear, LE. It's not a competition.Originally Posted by luckyeddie
A good job - I'd have docked myself two marks for rhyming 'idea' and 'choir'. Don't know what on earth I was thinking of.Originally Posted by Voltman
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