Zaheer, Yadav, Ashwin and Ojha.
In Indian conditions this has to be one of the best attacks India has ever had.
Without Kumble it can't be the best but its up there.
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Originally Posted by Jeffrey Tucker
Kumble and Srinath at their peaks was up there but the third and fourth bowlers were often weak; e.g. Prasad, Raju.
You just know that Broad and Swann will just hit out, even though each of them have the talent to bat for a while.
Nostrils getting the job done here.
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#408. Sixty three not out forever.
Dhoni clangs another.
Wasn't starting from a very high bar in any event, but genuinely think his keeping has regressed.
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