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    India v Sri Lanka

    Because some of you guys are at work and are itching to know how the game is progressing, I am posting updates on this match periodically through the day - see front page.
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    Vaas & Murali bowled bloody well amidst some carnage from Tendulkar, Sehwag & Ganguly.

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    1/2, 2/2, 3/3, 4/19.

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    Srinath rules! :wow:


    Poor Tendulkar, another one stranded



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    Originally posted by krkode
    Srinath rules! :wow:


    Poor Tendulkar, another one stranded

    I think he will be happy with those 90s because both helped India to win important matches.
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    Originally posted by anilramavarma
    I think he will be happy with those 90s because both helped India to win important matches.
    True. So am I

    But a 100 is always better than a 90

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    Originally posted by krkode
    True. So am I

    But a 100 is always better than a 90
    Well....he is already the highest rungetter in WCs, tied for the highest number of 100s, has the highest number of 50s, has the highest aggregate in a WC.........I don't think he would spend too much time brooding over those missed hundreds, do you?

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    Anyway you look at it!
    Its a tremendous win for India.
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    What a wonderful performance by India, seven win in a row, .
    The way India is playing at the moment, its seems very unlikly thta any team would beat them (with the possible exception of Australia).

    Go Ganguly go, win the cup for India!!
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    Originally posted by anilramavarma
    Well....he is already the highest rungetter in WCs, tied for the highest number of 100s, has the highest number of 50s, has the highest aggregate in a WC.........I don't think he would spend too much time brooding over those missed hundreds, do you?
    I don't think he'd brood or worry about them either. It's not a question of that. It's just a question of a missed hundred :P

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    Originally posted by krkode
    I don't think he'd brood or worry about them either. It's not a question of that. It's just a question of a missed hundred :P

    You don't have to read into everything someone says It's not as deep as it looks...it wasn't meant to be
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    Originally posted by Choora
    The way India is playing at the moment, its seems very unlikly thta any team would beat them (with the possible exception of Australia).
    Ermm bit over the top aint it?:rolleyes: No offence but India should try being consistent over 1-2 years before they can claim that they are better than the current Aussie team. I would say that Australia are still heavily the favourites with India second by a country mile and anyones guess for the rest. But a comprehensive victory which shows what a big innings can do for your team in terms of form.
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    As much as it hurts.. GO INDIA

    (The way I figure... every team I support this WC have screwed up with almost immediate effect. The one day in the past month I wore my replica WI shirt from 99, it was the Bangladesh Rain Day which knocked them out...)

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    Originally posted by Neil Pickup
    As much as it hurts.. GO INDIA

    (The way I figure... every team I support this WC have screwed up with almost immediate effect. The one day in the past month I wore my replica WI shirt from 99, it was the Bangladesh Rain Day which knocked them out...)
    What if the effect has been reversed without you knowing it?:P :P

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    I could live with that, India win the WC, then years and years of England dominance (I am yet to see them win the Ashes..)

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