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Anil
yes
by Anil (View MyPage) on Mar 21, 2017 08:17 AM

yes

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Pratik Shah
KOHLI IS RUBBISH
by Pratik Shah (View MyPage) on Mar 20, 2017 10:03 PM

HE IS NOT EVEN GOING TO SCORE 10 RUNS IN 4TH TEST AS WELL IN BOTH INNINGS, AND THIS TIME IT IS GOING TO HURT INDIA.

BECAUSE AUSTRALIA IS GOING TO COME VERY HARD TO WIN THE MATCH AND WIN THE SERIES.

KOHLI IS BUSY IN THIS SERIES WITH SLEDGING AND GETTING INTO THE MINDS OF AUSSIES, BUT BY DOING THAT HE IS NOT CONCENTRATING IN HIS BATTING.

AND IN LAST TEST MATCH IT IS GOING TO HURT INDIA AND PROBABLY AUSTRALIA ARE FAVORITES TO WIN THAT.

SHAME ON KOHLI.

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piri
Compared to
by piri (View MyPage) on Mar 20, 2017 08:00 PM  | Hide replies

how it was on the 3rd and 4th days, the pitch played much worse on the last day. The number of balls that kept low or jumped after pitching was much higher on the last day.

Considering the above, it should be Australia that would be drawing more satisfaction from their effort rather than India.

And the supposed world no 1 bowler (Ashwin) has been exposed brutally for what he really is !

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Manohar Rao
Re: Compared to
by Manohar Rao (View MyPage) on Mar 20, 2017 09:58 PM
As every batsman has an off day or a match or a series, so does a bowler. So, please do not judge Aswin by these few matches, give him a benefit of doubt too.Even Virat Kohli is having tough series but nobody is judging him for his failures, so why single out Ashwin?

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Pallab Banerjee
Re: Compared to
by Pallab Banerjee (View MyPage) on Mar 21, 2017 12:16 PM
Absolutely, Ashwin's limitation is exposed and the surprise factor is that he has been bowling in Indian conditions on a fifth day, yet he could get only one wicket.

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