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Reckon if Dhoni gets to 50, he'll hit a ton and India will win, tbh.
Can Kohli get another ODI ton tonight? You can quote this for truth if you want, Kohli has Kaif written all over him and will gradually slip out of the side in the next three years. Spooky feeling.
Haha that would explain my love for Kohli, because I was (am!) a huge Kaif fan.
But Kohli plays much more fluently than Kaif in my opinion. Better suited to modern day ODI cricket.
"I am very happy and it will allow me to have lot more rice."
Eoin Morgan on being given a rice cooker for being Man of the Match in a Dhaka Premier Division game.
I still can't believe that Dhoni still averages over 50 in this format.
And it actually increased tonight. Went from 50.68 to 51.31. If he stays unbeaten till the end, his avg wouldn't look bad at all.
Last edited by Shri; 07-01-2010 at 08:18 AM.
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****. Would have been great to see him ton up again. Raina and Jadeja still to bat. Think we have just about got it in the bag.
Was not willing to lose to Bangladesh, simply wouldn't have it.
24 from 27 needed
Last edited by Jono; 07-01-2010 at 09:05 AM.
Never thought 296 would be enough TBH, even once we got them three down.
Raina was awesome as well. It shouldn't have come to this in the first place. ****ing Nehra!
Is there a better ODI player in the world than Dhoni? He's a superb captain for the format, keeps wicket to a good standard, averages over 50 with the bat after more than 150 games and can play any sort of role (early-innings pinch hitter, #3 hundred maker, middle overs accumulator, finisher or a mix of any of those as the innings goes on) you like. Hell he even has a wicket. The best ODI player in the world right now IMO, and there could well be an argument for him being the best ever when he retires.
Last edited by Prince EWS; 07-01-2010 at 09:41 AM.
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