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    Originally posted by Rik
    No pun intended? :rolleyes:
    Completely intended.
    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."


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    Youhana was stand in captain for Pak....inzy's got a hamstring injury...and was replaced by javed miandad's nephew..Faisal Iqbal

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    Hidden somewhere underneath Hayden's innings and New Zealand's woes...

    South Africa fight back to level the series at 2 apiece.

    Cricket Web Match Report

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    10-4-9-1 - again Pollock shows why he is the World's number 1!
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    It's a brand new series now.

    I think that the momentum has shifted from Pakistan to South Africa and I will go so far as to tip them to win the series.

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    Smith and Hall banned for last ODI - who will skipper?

    Hall also has a 2 Test ban.

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    Originally posted by marc71178
    Smith and Hall banned for last ODI - who will skipper?
    Gary Kirsten perhaps... or Mark Boucher.

    Pollock?

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    Probably Boucher.
    Beware the lollipop of mediocrity. Lick once and you suck forever...

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    South Africa have once more shown their inconsistency

    and i dont think there should be much more crap on Pollock after that

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    Lunch Day one. South Africa are 145/2. Kallis has 27* and Kirsten has 46*. Gibbs and Smith weren't brilliant, but South Africa seem to have the upper hand. Sami and Kaneria have one wicket each.

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    South Africa have hit rather unfortunate circumstances. From a very good situation, they've gone to 170-odd/4. Kallis went to kaneria for 29, and mackenzie for a duck. But Kirsten was felled by a sharp ball by Shoaib that hit him just below his eye. Boucher and Dippenaar are now at the crease.

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    Dippenaar is gone..caught by imran farhat at leg slip - bowling by Shoaib Malik...

    Score after tea so far

    239/5 63.0 overs

    Pollock - 6 (17)
    Boucher 48 (68)

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    South Africa now at 253/5 - Boucher now on 53*

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    Originally posted by Mr. Ponting
    Lunch Day one. South Africa are 145/2. Kallis has 27* and Kirsten has 46*. Gibbs and Smith weren't brilliant, but South Africa seem to have the upper hand. Sami and Kaneria have one wicket each.
    145/2 at lunch on the 1st day is insane!

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    How bad is the injury to Kirsten?

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