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Will be very special to get a 100 at Lord's: Laxman

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Srinivas Rao
Lord of the crisis
by Srinivas Rao on Jun 07, 2011 06:10 PM

My all time favorite batsman,who never thought about records and money.Saviour of all times Lord of the Crisis

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Very Very Special
by wildharry on Jun 07, 2011 05:52 PM  | Hide replies

Had this has been interview of sachin or MSD we will have so far so many negative remarks along with lots of positive comments. but look at that there is not a single negative remark about this player that shows how he conducted throughout his career on the field and off the field. truly a great bats man a through gentle man and one of the best brand ambassador of the game and nation. may be he can consider career as match referee after retirement as he never has punished for violating model code of conduct for players of ICC.

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Zero h
team India's
by Zero h on Jun 07, 2011 05:50 PM

crisis manager.......... :)

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vasanth m
Very Very Special Laxman
by vasanth m on Jun 07, 2011 05:24 PM  | Hide replies

Very Very Special n Stylish batsman.
Came out with bang whenever India is in deep trouble.
Eternal Saviour of Team India all through his career.
Best of Luck....

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Mandar Kelkar
Re: Very Very Special Laxman
by Mandar Kelkar on Jun 07, 2011 11:26 PM
Agree. VVS is the most under-rated test batsmen. When the attention is caught by Sachin, Dravid, Sehwag, people forget the Crisis man who has stood firm against the test of time and scored maximum number of match winning or saving innings. Those need not be centuries but I can remember many of his half centuries too which prooved to the decisive factor in the end.

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Rajesh Kumar
very special
by Rajesh Kumar on Jun 07, 2011 05:11 PM


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ravikumar desai
100 on the cards
by ravikumar desai on Jun 07, 2011 05:06 PM

Am sure when Laxman feel he has some unfinished work he will go and get it.....

100 at lords for any batman is special..as you score your runs at the capital city of cricket

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ravi krishnan
by ravi krishnan on Jun 07, 2011 05:04 PM

The Lords has a board wherein all the cricketers who have scored a century at the ground is etched in it...surprise ! there's NO Sachin or Laxman but believe you me Ajit Agarkar's name exists.....

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lakshmy narayanan
by lakshmy narayanan on Jun 07, 2011 05:03 PM  | Hide replies

still obsessed with Angrez ? I feel pity for your such feelings. You are a good sportsman

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Re: pity
by wildharry on Jun 07, 2011 05:55 PM
its nice that you appreciate his game. but its not only he but players all over world wide like to score on lords because of its historical background and it has nothing to do with brit psychology. so dont be so rude particularly with player like VVS

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Rajesh Kumar
Re: pity
by Rajesh Kumar on Jun 07, 2011 05:09 PM
childish comments lakshmy

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Shyam Sundar
Re: Re: pity
by Shyam Sundar on Jun 07, 2011 10:43 PM
Lord's is the mecca of cricket, if you put patriotic feelings aside you would agree! so any cricketer would want to score a century in Lord's rather than in Eden Gardens or Melbourne.

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Mandar Kelkar
Re: Re: Re: pity
by Mandar Kelkar on Jun 07, 2011 11:31 PM
Why it should be the Mecca of Cricket, just because Cricket originated over there? Cricket was discovered by England; however India dominates. 75% of ICC revenue is generated via India. So why we are hell bent on Lords. It is still the colonial hang-over of Indians who have created unnecessary hype and importance about Lords. Even Sachin does not have century at Lords but Agarkar has. Please get rid of this LORDS SYNDROME

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