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    The game was supposed to have finished now, but there is over a third of the innings to be bowled yet... This is what happens when ICC remove the run penalty and replaces them with fines.
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    The Windies are doing a fielding collapse here.

    Poor stuff, but I guess it's the pressure.
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    Lessons for the West Indies:

    1. Drop Dwayne Smith

    2. Keep the ball straight

    3. If you still can't keep the ball straight, then at least employ a bloody fine leg!!!!

    Edit: Oh yes, and don't keep dropping relatively simple catches.

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    Bloody good innings from Gibbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pup Clarke View Post
    Why no Gayle?
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    Eh, bowling.

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    Good question TBH, probably just a result of him batting for so long.

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    Gayle did ok, Gibbs innings was not bad, Kemp played a couple of half decent shots down the ground.....BUT WHAT ABOUT THOSE DANCERS!!! THEY WERE FANTASTIC!!!THAT'S WHAT THE TWENTY20'S ALL ABOUT!!! Roll on the next game!

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    Have to feel a bit sorry for Gayle after an innings like that.
    Indeed but you canít feel sorry for the West Indian team as a collective for apart from Gayle they were comically inept.

    Great game though, pure excitement from start to finish. Gayle played a quite awesome and unforgettable innings whilst Captain Smith batted on adrenaline and deserves huge credit for giving South Africa once again a solid start and the belief to win, in spite of his injury. And perversely aside from Gayle they didnít bowl that badly, Morne and Johan bowled well and they were terrific in the last five overs. Only downer would be the possible injuries to Smith and Gibbs for if they lose them its goodnight.

    Roll on tomorrow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodster View Post
    Gayle did ok, Gibbs innings was not bad, Kemp played a couple of half decent shots down the ground.....BUT WHAT ABOUT THOSE DANCERS!!! THEY WERE FANTASTIC!!!THAT'S WHAT THE TWENTY20'S ALL ABOUT!!! Roll on the next game!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    Good question TBH, probably just a result of him batting for so long.
    Gayle has become more of a reluctant bowler of late, hardly bowled himself in England but the word according to most is that the spinners will fly big style on the Highveldt. Also the wickets are awesome and unlike domestic 20/20 cricket they are new and voided of any wear or tear, which the spinner could exploit.

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