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Captain Dhoni is disappointed with new ball bowling

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itla kumar
Big gamble by BCCI
by itla kumar on Dec 07, 2013 12:50 PM  | Hide replies

SA is the one of the better teams in the world cricket today.So, when u r coming for a tour like this with inexperienced players ,u need to have some practice matches to get used to the pitches here.If u play practice matches,doesn't guarantee success but at least the team will put up a better show.

No point in blaming just the bowlers,even the batsmen were not able to put the bat to ball with the exception of Dhoni & Kohli.It was a collective failure.

Hope this will teach BCCI a lesson and they will include some practice games for important overseas tours like this.

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selvaraj yonas
Re: Big gamble by BCCI
by selvaraj yonas on Dec 07, 2013 03:55 PM
You have to learn lesson... BCCI is very clever then you all... they know what to do next to forget all these kind bad matches/series.

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Deshbhakth Hindu
What happened to Yadav and Aaron ?
by Deshbhakth Hindu on Dec 07, 2013 12:07 AM  | Hide replies

Where r they now ?

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venkataraman srinivasan
Re: What happened to Yadav and Aaron ?
by venkataraman srinivasan on Dec 07, 2013 09:20 AM
they are not in the team. Zaheer khan who is an experienced bowler in the team he was not taken in the 11 because Dhoni did not like him.

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telu sanyasirao
Re: Re: What happened to Yadav and Aaron ?
by telu sanyasirao on Dec 07, 2013 10:06 AM
hey baburamansrinivasan,
improve ur cricketwisdom
zaheer is not in odi team
people who don't know basics will come and writeoff their comments.

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Indian batting in SA
by Akashbani on Dec 06, 2013 09:54 PM

I think Indian batting will assert itself very shortly but the bowling is awfully lacking. But then gtry to remove Ahswin or Jadeja from the team, there will be a hue and cry.

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He was happy just a week ago ...
by Deepak on Dec 06, 2013 07:44 PM

... what happened suddenly ? he he

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kumar kn
Indian and Foreign Pitches
by kumar kn on Dec 06, 2013 07:30 PM  | Hide replies

We do well in Indian conditions but flounder in SA, England and Australia. BCCI is the richest Cricket Body in the world. We always blame foreign pitches. But I want to ask, with all the money available, why we cannot prepare pitches like in SA,England and Australia?

Can we not transplant the soil of those places here, prepare a few pitches and allow our cricketers to get a feel of it before going there? With so many former cricketers to guide us we seem to be failing our teams somewhere. The experts should speak up as to how to play on bouncy wickets.

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selvaraj yonas
Re: Indian and Foreign Pitches
by selvaraj yonas on Dec 07, 2013 04:01 PM
If we make pitches like them, we may not keep No1 spot as we may loose matches in our own sail also.

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I like bat man of india cricket tim of dhoni.
by LITAN SARKAR on Dec 06, 2013 07:03 PM

I love dhoni.

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krishnamurthy subbarao
India VS.South Africa.
by krishnamurthy subbarao on Dec 06, 2013 06:49 PM  | Hide replies

The result was not anything unexpected. The home team always makes sure that the pitches are tailor-made to suit the local latent and not to assist the opposite side in any way. India has a good crop of young fast bowlers. They should only get trained to bowl at the right spot and line in pitches they are not familiar with. Better luck India.
N.S.Krishna Murthy

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Shikari Shambu
Re: India VS.South Africa.
by Shikari Shambu on Dec 06, 2013 06:54 PM
Dont speak about home team advantage in defense of the bad performers. Dint any Indian bowler bowl well till now in SA?

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anoop george
why mohit?
by anoop george on Dec 06, 2013 06:47 PM  | Hide replies

never take a wicket

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Shikari Shambu
Re: why mohit?
by Shikari Shambu on Dec 06, 2013 06:48 PM
Mo-Hit and Ro-Hit have decided that cricket is not their cup of tea

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