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kasturi giridharan
Kudos indian team
by kasturi giridharan on Nov 21, 2017 12:39 PM

U came out from th jaws of defeat. That was great.

We are eager to see the team perform outside india. the real test begins there.

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srirama chandra rao
First test
by srirama chandra rao on Nov 21, 2017 08:47 AM  | Hide replies

Congrats to Virat and his team for a respectable draw and almost winning the test. Kohli has timed well for his declaration otherwise India could have lost the test also who sees? Congrats to Kohli for his magnificient 50 marks in international centuries and he is the quickets along with Hashim Amla. Hats off to his talent and perseverance and best will come in difficult times

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Re: First test
by on Nov 22, 2017 03:44 AM
had grass?how could india lose without kohlis declaration?

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avinash kumar
Had he declare at 60 or 70 india might would have win
by avinash kumar on Nov 20, 2017 04:38 PM  | Hide replies

Kohali eyeing record book

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bikash jaiswal
Re: Had he declare at 60 or 70 india might would have win
by bikash jaiswal on Nov 20, 2017 04:49 PM
In that case Sri Lanka would just had needed to score, may be, 140/150 in may be 40 remaining overs. they would have won and it would have been YOU who would have been saying "What was the need to Declare"??

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arnab chakravorty
Re: Had he declare at 60 or 70 india might would have win
by arnab chakravorty on Nov 20, 2017 07:41 PM
this is what is called improper use of technology.. comment on anything and everything under the sun.. mostly negetive in those too.. question for you.. how do you consider yourself more capable than Kohli in taking decisions about something that you are not even closely (i'm quote sure of this) related with??

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Manohar Rao
Re: Re: Had he declare at 60 or 70 india might would have win
by Manohar Rao on Nov 20, 2017 09:21 PM
Rightly said. All arm chair critics thinks they are greater than the player playing out there in the ground, whose conditions they know better than those arm chair critics.
And what's wrong in going for personal milestones. Long after he retires or for that matter any sports person, their greatness will be gauged by the statistics, although they may not provide complete picture.

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