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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

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Mahek

Your blog is dead to me, David :P

The Reverse Sweep

Ha ha Mahek! The joy of being a neutral. To be honest, I dont really mind who wins as long as the game is an absolute classic - which, it should be - and that the game of cricket is a winner. Jesus, that is nearly profound!

rithun

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MartDawg

I cannot begin to imagine what will happen to all of India should they lose.

Should be a thriller tomorrow.

The Reverse Sweep

If India lose, there could be carnage. Afridi and the boys will have to get the f*** out of Dodge in quick time!

Mahek

Yeah...we were never gonna lose. You might say I'm saying this in hindsight but I've been bullish on twitter all week & even predicted a win by 4+ wickets or 30+ runs :)

The Reverse Sweep


Nothing wrong with being bullish Mahek. If I was Indian, Id have probably felt the same. Once India had runs on the board, it was always going to be difficult for Pakistan. Some crucial things went Indias way: Gul bowled like a drain, Sehwags electric start, Pakistan giving Sachin more lives than a cat and then the runs at the end after they had looked in trouble at 206/6. Pakistan needed either Umar Akmal, Razzaq or Afridi to have stayed with Misbah, and then who knows. I thought Nehra and Munaf both bowled well despite all the doom sayers beforehand.


 

Good luck in the final - it should be a classic. Sri Lanka were my tip at the start of the competition (to beat India in the final too!), but I guess SLs record against India in India isnt too good. The script is there for Sachin to hit his 100th hundred in his last ODI and win the WC for India. Incredible. 

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