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Look England have had their arse kicked in India so many times it is not even funny! We certainly will be going all out to give England an absolute whipping this tour no doubt about that
Lol at Kohli thinking the pitches in England were greentops. Expect Dhoni told him that so he didn't get too depressed
From what I recall they were fairly sporting, even flat decks for England. Virat's never played on a 'greentop'
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Batsman I tolerate: V. Richards, S. Tendulkar, E. Morgan, N. Hussain. KEVIN O F******* BRIEN
least england are doing their best to prepare for the tour by getting to india early and playing lots of tour maches. India's tactic of playing one 3 day warmup was testament to their lack of respect for England and test cricket. England most likely due to their frailties against spin will lose the series easily but least they've given the series the respect it deserves and prepared as well as they could. India on the other hand had terrible preparation for England and then seemed to blame the result on the conditions rather than a lack of preparation.
It seems in this statement, Kohli has managed to insult both the Indian batsmen who did terribly on a road, and the Indian bowlers who conceded a 700 plus score on a green top. Considering that, I don't see how you can view what he said as a positive thing.
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The phrase "When you are in a hole stop digging" comes to mind here.
oh and more evidence of class act kohli tbh, fibbertyflopperty
And the Indian injury issues are very overplayed IMO. None of the players who were injured that tour have shown me anything since to make me feel that they would have changed the scoreline of the series, and the players who did play some of the series, but missed other parts such as Sehwag, Harbhajan and Gambhir did terribly when they played.
Also no one ever seems to mention that India's best bowler in the India series missed the Australian one through injury.
If England actually beat India I'm not sure which I'd enjoy most, England winning or India losing.
Somewhat unlikely obviously, but you have to dare to dream.
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