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    India V Kenya

    Kenya made 225 and India are already 1 down .

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    Sehwag GONE
    Tendulkar GONE

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    23 for 2 now. This is going to be tough for India. Hope they can squeeze through.
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    Kaif GONE

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    This is developing into an ambush of huge proportions by Kenya. Neil, your hex seems to be working...!!! :!( :!( :!(

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    Ganguly (his regal left-handedness) and Yuvraj are on top of the situation.

    Problem solved.

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    Supreme knock from Ganguly when needed.

    Excellent Yuvraj.

    India won by 6 wickets

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    Originally posted by luckyeddie
    Ganguly (his regal left-handedness) and Yuvraj are on top of the situation.

    Problem solved.
    Yeah, that really was a tricky situation and Ganguly came through. Yuvraj is proving to be the ice man in these pressure situations, something like what Bevan is doing for Australia.

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    YES!

    What a match!

    Ganguly! I knew he had it in him

    And don't say it's only Kenya. Many batsmen fail to score hundreds against Kenya.

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    Well let's see if he can crack it against NZ (is it NZ?). So far he's only scored 100s against minor nations. But fair enough, Kenya played out of their skins today and even I will (quite grudgingly) accept that Ganguly's innings was a fine innings.
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    I honestky thought that Kenya were really going to push India right to the edge. Was perfectly summed up when a commentator said it was the most professional/disciplined performance he'd seen from a so-called minnow nation. That was the key, every Kenyan player was throwing himself around and putting his wholl heart into it and the bowlers bowled tightly (little amount given away with extras). In comparison India were the opposite and were very shoddy in the field and were ill-disciplined. BUT...were dug out of a huge hole by Ganguly and Dravid and Yuvraj Singh. It seems like if one or two quality players fail then another couple fill in for Indians at the moment. Quite a large turn around from earlier in tournament. Tendulkar failed today as well as Sehwag (even with injury) yet still three batters performed really well. However the bowling needs majorly tightening for them to compete with the Aussies in my opinion. And a slight attitude change possibly. Well Done to India and well done to Kenya for given as good as they got for 80 overs.
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    Yeah, Kenya played with great spirit and intensity, but hats off to Ganguly, he came good when India needed it.

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    Originally posted by Neil Pickup
    Form is Temporary, Class is Permanent.
    Yes but Ganguly still seems to be in bad form, even the comentators were saying it. The fact remains that he hasn't made a score against any major team for a while, maybe this will herald a return to form, but it's been said many a time and nothing has come of it.

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