Ooh ooh Maxwell's playing.
Mumbai chasing..let's see how they fare!!!
Love You India
One of those where if you have UDRS it goes from being almost always being given not out to one that gets given out on review. It was clearly pad first on replay.
Wtf is with Sammy and this dummy he puts in his mouth when he gets a wicket? ****ing ridiculous.
Ah okay. Yeah I was in shock lol.
Absolutely laughable decision to leave out Morgan. They messed him about all last season as well.
The one pitch where Kallis isn't necessarily a liability and he's trying to get out every ball.
In the next auction (which is a despicable thing, since it reduces humans to sale-able commodities), all the team owners should focus on sticking to players from the same city, zone or thereabouts, or at least players who've played together in groups. That will improve team performance. Any English/Australian/Saffie/Kiwi domestic T20 side with one or two overseas players can wipe the floor with Kolkata Knightriders and pip Mumbai Indians, both of whom are virtual World XIs.
- Mumbai/Baroda for Mumbai, Bengal/Jharkhand for Bengal, Rajasthan/UP/MP for Jaipur, North Zone for Punjab, Delhi/Haryana/UP for Delhi make strong catchment areas. Bangalore and Chennai can field strong teams by sticking to their catchment areas and farming from the rest of the southern states.
- India A and a specific India U-19 generation are also easy catchment areas.
- A team can stick to a mix of national and domestic players from a particular country.
- A multinational mix of players who have played for another country's domestic side can also be considered.
"Talent is nothing without opportunity"
"You're not remembered for aiming at the target, but hitting it"
Twenty20 used to be boring.
Yea what a hero Bravo, **** off you ****.
wow sunrisers made 170
can not lose this
What an innings by pollard, 5 consecutive sixes
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