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Wednesday, November 16, 2005

India-SA, ODI 1, third thread

Here you go, guys

402 Comments:

  • Prem - thanks!
    You are better than BEST!

    By Blogger Yacrik, at 01:10  

  • Does anybody knw the link on sporting streams for this match? I'm using the old link and getting England Vs Pak...Thanks guys.

    By Blogger FSN 2.2, at 01:10  

  • can sum1 temme the score?

    By Blogger Varun Tomar, at 01:10  

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  • How many chances to Yuvraj - at this rate even SG would have scored 50 runs

    By Blogger Yacrik, at 01:11  

  • lucky 4 for yuvi

    By Blogger indiansportsfan, at 01:11  

  • 141/6 (36.1 ov)

    By Blogger JD, at 01:11  

  • is this yuvi lucky or what? more of an edge today than face of the bat.

    By Blogger rahul_fan, at 01:12  

  • SG would not give chances he gets out period.

    By Blogger Jiet, at 01:12  

  • Does anybody knw the link on sporting streams for this match? I'm using the old link and getting England Vs Pak...Thanks guys.

    By Blogger FSN 2.2, at 01:12  

  • there is no sportingstreams for the India-SA match

    By Blogger sb_tor, at 01:12  

  • yuvi has played a top innings so far. dhoni needs to put his head down till over 40 or so. runs will come... but india have an uphill battle. they go in to their bowling stint with 4 frontline bowlers. yuvraj, sehwag and tendulkar will need to deliver. someone needs to kick GG's head in... :)

    By Blogger Mohan Krishnamoorthy, at 01:12  

  • yeah right
    no matter how crucial a time yuvraj scores no one will give him credit

    By Blogger GK, at 01:12  

  • OK let us drop YS --- he wa given too many chances ... SRT --- lives on past glory ,,,,, RD --- Over analyzes two bad scores .... MK ... too slow .... MSD ... hopelsess outside India ...


    Did you guys read the story about a father and a son taking a donkey from one place to another and how everyone 'advises' them in good faith

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:13  

  • ya.. SG would have had an ugly heave either short on the leg stump or good length out side the off stump and cooling his heels now.. Forget SG until he is back, guys..

    By Blogger Raju, at 01:13  

  • Prem, don't you feel that this dropping of Sourav Ganguly business has gone a little too far.. I mean, how can someone be a captain of a side one day and be nowhere the next day - simply he talked out his mind one day in a press conference. The guy has an average of 52+ vs South Africa. This I think should be the best by any batsmen against SA. I for one certainly feel that Greg Chappel is using his personal disliking for Ganguly (like most Aussies) to keep him out!!

    By Blogger Sudhakar Govindarajan, at 01:13  

  • this is probably one of Yuvi's most unconvincing but face saving innings for us

    By Blogger squarecut, at 01:13  

  • yuvi has done well. lets give him credit where credit is due!!

    By Blogger Mohan Krishnamoorthy, at 01:13  

  • Yuvi should be dropped because he is lucky. No lucky players in Team India please

    By Blogger Jiet, at 01:14  

  • what a turn of events; who would have thought the predicament for Ind and Eng... role reversal..

    what about these inside edges...is the pitch so bad. batting sux.
    can't wait to find out.

    By Blogger Yacrik, at 01:14  

  • score please

    By Blogger Varun Tomar, at 01:14  

  • oh crap
    here come the sourav ganguly ppl again ... leave us alone guys

    By Blogger GK, at 01:15  

  • ganguly is admired by aussie players. so don't know where you get that from Sudhakar. He was dropped coz he is bad.

    By Blogger Mohan Krishnamoorthy, at 01:15  

  • 6 to Yuvi

    By Blogger Mohan Krishnamoorthy, at 01:15  

  • A HUGE six

    By Blogger Mohan Krishnamoorthy, at 01:15  

  • SIX 6 !!!!!!!!!

    By Blogger rahul_fan, at 01:15  

  • SIX by Yuvraj

    By Blogger Ranjit Nair, at 01:15  

  • AA is useless ... IP will fail one day when he faces quality opposition .. VS -- gone case anyway ... H; Singh -- is good currently but a loose canon

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:15  

  • super six

    By Blogger Jiet, at 01:15  

  • Was the six nd 'edge' ... OK OK - I am just kidding

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:15  

  • Stupid Running

    By Blogger rahul_fan, at 01:16  

  • six by whom ?

    By Blogger GK, at 01:16  

  • @mit...are you trolling or just being sarcastic?

    By Blogger SantosLHalper, at 01:16  

  • why are they risking so much now? the need to play safe til 46 th over and then chance their arm.

    By Blogger rahul_fan, at 01:16  

  • score plz?

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:16  

  • @MIT: that was a wide ball. I will not play that. But I do agree about MK. He is just about OK and you dont select people for fielding. Lovely batting by YS

    By Blogger sauravganguly, at 01:16  

  • sudhakar, happens all the time, friend.. Srikanth was the captain for Pak tour in 89-90, did a decent job of not losing any match, was dropped from the squad for the tour to NZ..

    Steve Waugh was captain during the VB series 2002.. couldnt qualify for the finals.. dropped from the team for the next ODI series vs SA..

    By Blogger Raju, at 01:16  

  • sarcastic :-)

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:17  

  • @mit
    yeah rite u r ... basically pathan and agarkar who have carried the indian attack so well are useless

    By Blogger GK, at 01:17  

  • brilliant six by yuvi and evern better 4

    By Blogger indiansportsfan, at 01:17  

  • 152-6 (37.2)

    By Blogger JD, at 01:17  

  • well i'll tell ya you're doing a damn good job of it :)

    By Blogger SantosLHalper, at 01:17  

  • my point is that the core think tank / GC etc are working on making a team ... lets give them a chance .. they will win some ... lose some ... as long as they are inching towards a goal .. we need to give them space ... if we all are so knowledgeable ... then let us take over the team

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:19  

  • hey guys plz keep posting score........cricinfo has given up

    By Blogger Varun Tomar, at 01:19  

  • eh...i agree...but then whats the fun in being a fan if you can't rip everyone all the time right? :)

    By Blogger SantosLHalper, at 01:19  

  • Mother Fucker..........Bad running

    By Blogger rahul_fan, at 01:19  

  • dhoni out

    By Blogger indiansportsfan, at 01:19  

  • 159/6 in 38.2

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:20  

  • pollock was in the way

    By Blogger indiansportsfan, at 01:20  

  • dunno why smith is persisting with kallis. it has been evident for past couple of season that kallis is nowhere near the bowler he once was and was playing purely as a batsmen.

    By Blogger JD, at 01:20  

  • run out

    By Blogger Jiet, at 01:20  

  • get the pak 3rd ump

    By Blogger indiansportsfan, at 01:20  

  • with you santos (for short) ... as long as we know we are just ranting

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:20  

  • Dhoni run out

    By Blogger Ranjit Nair, at 01:20  

  • whho is out?

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:20  

  • I am really pissed at the way these guys have been running between the wickets.

    By Blogger rahul_fan, at 01:21  

  • dhoni shouldve said no.. as soon as he realised pollock was in the way

    By Blogger indiansportsfan, at 01:21  

  • whats the latest score please - ANYONE

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:21  

  • 159/7 IN 38.0

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:22  

  • dude, gk
    AA has carried the Indian attack so far? You make this statement on the basis on his first consistent series against SL and he has become the spearhead. Awesome judgement, gk. I would not have you judge anything related to me tho.

    By Blogger sauravganguly, at 01:22  

  • Bombay duck in? Hope he and others stay to give YS company

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:22  

  • @mit I am hearing the "lets give them a chance" for past 25 years whenver a new coach is employed... bottom line is India will never win a Test series away from sub-continent (plz win in ZIM does not count as away win)

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:22  

  • It looks like they pissed all over themselves. I was hoping a little bit of common sense prevailed and they showed some restraint until atleast the 46 th over.

    By Blogger rahul_fan, at 01:23  

  • C'mon Ajit. Score well today and I won't make fun of your batting again. Promise!!!!

    By Blogger Ranjit Nair, at 01:23  

  • 162/7 in 38.5

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:24  

  • rahul -- then u are stupid to follow the team ... if u do not believe it and for 25 yrs u are doing the same mistake ... what can I say?

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:24  

  • what happend? how did AA play his first ball?

    By Blogger Varun Tomar, at 01:24  

  • LOL @ varun

    By Blogger SantosLHalper, at 01:24  

  • Damn...just when we were inching to a slightly better position..

    By Blogger ilovecricket, at 01:24  

  • lol @mit

    By Blogger Jiet, at 01:24  

  • Bombay duck is useless. I am surprised they got rid of ganguly so fast and haven't gotten rid of this guy yet. Is there more superior than Dalmiya in BCCI who has his blessings on this guy?

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:25  

  • rahul_fan this will be a lesson for Dhoni which I hope he won'r repeat

    By Blogger squarecut, at 01:25  

  • @mit - heard something called Patriotism and love for the country... doesn't look like..

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:25  

  • ah well! hope we reach 220 +

    By Blogger ilovecricket, at 01:26  

  • Wow. Langeveldt just bowled a 146 kph. Fastest ball of the day.

    By Blogger Ranjit Nair, at 01:26  

  • good --- what else to say :-?

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:26  

  • is AA out already?

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:26  

  • yeah ... just bat out 50 overs .. that would be the best bet and take what comes

    By Blogger GK, at 01:26  

  • score?

    By Blogger Varun Tomar, at 01:27  

  • patriotism? and cricket? huh?

    By Blogger SantosLHalper, at 01:27  

  • Rahul - lets drop AA and take SG -- he looks to be a bowler now anyways

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:27  

  • Did AA try to heave a ball outside the off stump towards midwicket already?

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:27  

  • score friends?

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:28  

  • 162/7 in 39

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:28  

  • 163/7 cricinfo..39.3

    By Blogger ilovecricket, at 01:28  

  • 166-7 after 40

    By Blogger sauravganguly, at 01:28  

  • Don't want to jinx him but Ajit is looking quite composed.

    By Blogger Ranjit Nair, at 01:28  

  • 166-7 40

    By Blogger cricfan, at 01:28  

  • 163/7 (39.3 ov)

    By Blogger JD, at 01:28  

  • India: 165-7 (39.4) | Yuvraj Singh 80 (101) & A Agarkar 4 (5)

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:29  

  • well Rahul...Agarkar has not done bad in the past few ODis and even on the tour to Aus he played a big part in us winning the Adelaide test match which happens to be finest win outside India so far.

    By Blogger CoolGuy'OC, at 01:29  

  • rahul i agree with @mit,
    in the past 25 years we have won the wc once, reached the finals once and in general have seen mad ups and downs. can you name one team that has been consistently good for 25 years?
    dude in the past 8 matches we have lost one and the current result isnt out yet. lets wait and see. you neve rknow. maybe this wicket is just a turd field of a strip. maybe pathan will rip them a new asshole. why sit and bitch when we are doing well. its understandable to me if you say we can improve but to say we havent done jack in 25 years and have a completely pessimisitic attitude is something i dont understand. either ways mate you are free to hold your own opinion. i a just expressing mine!

    By Blogger K-Slice, at 01:29  

  • @mit I prefer Nehra...he gurantees 3.2 overs before he breaks down

    By Blogger Jiet, at 01:29  

  • If we had wickets we could have gone for 250. Now we will be lucky to get 220.

    By Blogger Ranjit Nair, at 01:30  

  • Getting to see Shoaib bowl against Eng after a long time. Should bowl some yorkers and get dones with these Poms

    By Blogger CoolGuy'OC, at 01:30  

  • final score will be 196 me thinks

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:30  

  • I hope oh yuva yuva produces some of his laser drives and pulls.

    By Blogger mock_basher, at 01:30  

  • mm.. not bad.. again 4 short of my prediction after 40..

    By Blogger Raju, at 01:30  

  • this might sound funny.....but is yuvraj getting tired?? i hope he doesnt give away his wicket when its time to break loose

    By Blogger Varun Tomar, at 01:30  

  • England loses the 7th wicket.. Akhtar's yorker..

    By Blogger Raju, at 01:30  

  • IMHO, Eng still has a chance - as I write this the likeliest batsman to get them to the target falls

    By Blogger Yacrik, at 01:31  

  • wow I spoke to sson
    Akhtar bowled a beauty of a yorker to get rid of Giles.
    What a delivery
    That was quick and split the stumps

    By Blogger CoolGuy'OC, at 01:31  

  • where is nilcritz?

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:31  

  • its just that ppl love to hate some ppl - like agarkar, yuvraj etc - no real reason othr than that

    By Blogger GK, at 01:31  

  • INDIA 41 OVERS 168/7

    YUVI: 81
    Agarkar: 4

    By Blogger Allan, at 01:32  

  • brilliant bowling from pollock.. 6 slower balls

    By Blogger indiansportsfan, at 01:32  

  • watz eng pak score ?

    By Blogger GK, at 01:32  

  • Eden 99 - images Sachin and Rahul bowled by yorkers bought back. Stumps spreadeagled...Gilo goes...Udal in.

    By Blogger Dark Nights, at 01:32  

  • must have learnt from Fannie De Villiers

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:32  

  • guys who think a game is lost even b4 the first inning is over do not know the game and frankly it is best to ignore these guys. Some of them say things just to irritate people who watch the game with passion...

    By Blogger Prabu, at 01:33  

  • 117/7 Eng
    Need another 81 to win
    Last ball was 152.4 km/h

    By Blogger CoolGuy'OC, at 01:33  

  • AA should salute the balcony everytime he gets a run!!
    hahaha i remember when he raised his bat in australia when he got to the non strikers end. gotta say the guys can atleaset indulge in self mocking irony!

    By Blogger K-Slice, at 01:33  

  • do you seriously think ppl hate AA for no reason?? WOW!

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:33  

  • Eng 117/7, requies another 81 to win.. Shoaib Akhtar with his tail up against the tail of Eng..

    By Blogger Raju, at 01:33  

  • India: 168-7 (40.4) | Yuvraj Singh 81 (106) & A Agarkar 4 (6)

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:34  

  • i think gk meant lotta times reason has very little to do with why we follow sports in general

    By Blogger SantosLHalper, at 01:34  

  • yes rahul ... in particular i hate the way zaheer and nehra are given preferential treatment ovr him

    By Blogger GK, at 01:34  

  • Prem..
    The run out of Dhoni could not have come at a more inopportune moment -- by turning the screws on Kallis in the previous over, Yuvraj had opened the game up a crack. Smith needed to either gamble and bowl his front line bowlers (between them, Ntini, Nel and Langeveldt had 10 at that point) or squeeze in a couple from Botha, which would have been an invite for Dhoni to try and get a few quick ones.
    Noticeable during this phase has been the discipline Yuvraj has shown; the wicket of Irfan at the start of this phase, and of Dhoni towards the end of the period, has seemingly only steadied him further (and that initial kick of the front leg has vanished). South Africans continue to bowl with discipline (three bowlers going at over 140k is way more pace than the Indians have played in recent months, and it's showing) and field out of their skins -- but the field setting, from around the 25 over mark, seemed a touch more defensive than it needed to be given India were on the ropes.
    The pitch is slowing noticeably, the odd ball is keeping low -- that 240 I talked of earlier would have been hell to get, but with wickets gone, a competitive total is looking increasingly outside of the realm of possibility. Now India's best hope is a steady last ten overs, yielding around 50 or so, and one bowler at the top bowling out of skin and setting it up for Bajji.

    By Blogger ilovecricket, at 01:35  

  • gk you do have to admit yuv. until the last match was playing like a lepper. the guys seems to need a dog nipping at his heels before het gets going. but hey when he gets going its always fun to watch.

    By Blogger K-Slice, at 01:35  

  • Looks like SA will not complete their 50 overs by the allotted time of 12:30 (IST) - will Smith be penalized again ???

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:35  

  • INDIA 42 OVERS 173/7

    YUVI: 81
    Agarkar: 8

    By Blogger Allan, at 01:35  

  • 173-7 43

    By Blogger Rajg, at 01:35  

  • Looks like Pakistan have pulled this one out of their hat.

    By Blogger Ranjit Nair, at 01:35  

  • wow how did smith hit the stump from there

    By Blogger indiansportsfan, at 01:36  

  • 173-7 42

    By Blogger Rajg, at 01:36  

  • 173/7 in 42

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:36  

  • Looks like we should make 220 if we bat sensibly. Anything extra will be a bonus.

    By Blogger Ranjit Nair, at 01:36  

  • I havent seen a more inconsistent player than AA in my life...

    While bowling he bowls 1-3 unplayable deliveries and then bowls 2 "HIT_ME" balls all throughout his carreer

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:37  

  • Well Rahul AA is not as talented as some of the other bowlers but of late he has been bowling within himself and doing what is expected of him. After all he holds the record for the fast one day 50 by an Indian.

    By Blogger CoolGuy'OC, at 01:37  

  • if over rate is slow --- we need to ensure that we do not get all out

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:37  

  • @GK, your quote, "ppl love to hate ppl" and your quote " i hate the way zaheer and nehra..." contradict themselves. Please don't take a moral high ground.

    By Blogger sauravganguly, at 01:37  

  • k-slice
    u mean in the SL series ?

    By Blogger GK, at 01:38  

  • 196 me thinks... Yuvi getting tired... will give away his wkt soon... he tends to get out in 80's

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:38  

  • no actually saurav its a rather good example of his first statement i think

    By Blogger SantosLHalper, at 01:38  

  • India 174/7 (42.1 ov)
    Agarkar * 8 (12)
    Yuvraj Singh 82 (108)
    Bowling
    Pollock * 8.1 - 1 - 28 - 2
    Langeveldt 8 - 0 - 34 - 0

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:38  

  • bang ...nice touch from AA

    By Blogger Jiet, at 01:38  

  • agarkar reachin a landmark in his innings. almost into double figures!!
    any AA fans i a purely kidding. i for sure was dumbfounded when they took him into the side for SL but since he is performing i am all for him being around. call me a fair weather AA fan!

    By Blogger K-Slice, at 01:38  

  • sauravganguly
    i dont like ur blogged id

    By Blogger GK, at 01:39  

  • Lets hope IP has a good day today

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:39  

  • LOL @gk

    By Blogger SantosLHalper, at 01:39  

  • 4 for agr
    178-7 42.3

    By Blogger Rajg, at 01:39  

  • yeah rahul thats what u wud be hoping for

    By Blogger GK, at 01:39  

  • Why are players cramping up so much recently... cricketers never used to get cramps so frequently before...

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:40  

  • Just got up- is the pitch assisting bowlers or we simply played rash shots?

    By Blogger suraj, at 01:40  

  • India vs South Africa
    India 179/7 (42.4 ov)
    Yuvraj Singh * 82 (108)
    Agarkar 13 (15)
    Bowling
    Pollock * 8.4 - 1 - 33 - 2
    Langeveldt 8 - 0 - 34 - 0

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:40  

  • 180-7 43

    By Blogger Rajg, at 01:40  

  • 180/7 with 7 overs to go

    By Blogger Ranjit Nair, at 01:41  

  • I think the intensity and running etc has improved a lot these days and thus the cramps... previously I think it was a bit 'relaxed' .... 250 was a winning score -- anywhere

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:41  

  • i hope India still scores 300... but what i hope isnt going to happen... is it?

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:41  

  • latest score plz

    By Blogger GK, at 01:41  

  • India: 180-7 (43) | Yuvraj Singh 83 (111) & A Agarkar 13 (15)

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:42  

  • prem said:

    The run out of Dhoni could not have come at a more inopportune moment -- by turning the screws on Kallis in the previous over, Yuvraj had opened the game up a crack. Smith needed to either gamble and bowl his front line bowlers (between them, Ntini, Nel and Langeveldt had 10 at that point) or squeeze in a couple from Botha, which would have been an invite for Dhoni to try and get a few quick ones.
    Noticeable during this phase has been the discipline Yuvraj has shown; the wicket of Irfan at the start of this phase, and of Dhoni towards the end of the period, has seemingly only steadied him further (and that initial kick of the front leg has vanished). South Africans continue to bowl with discipline (three bowlers going at over 140k is way more pace than the Indians have played in recent months, and it's showing) and field out of their skins -- but the field setting, from around the 25 over mark, seemed a touch more defensive than it needed to be given India were on the ropes.
    The pitch is slowing noticeably, the odd ball is keeping low -- that 240 I talked of earlier would have been hell to get, but with wickets gone, a competitive total is looking increasingly outside of the realm of possibility. Now India's best hope is a steady last ten overs, yielding around 50 or so, and one bowler at the top bowling out of skin and setting it up for Bajji.

    By Blogger Raju, at 01:42  

  • YS need to bat 50 overs --- cramps or not --- hope he can

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:42  

  • suraj
    pitch was lively early on ... SA bowled real well too

    By Blogger GK, at 01:42  

  • 235 seems possible

    By Blogger JD, at 01:42  

  • @gk, i love it, btw he is a fighter and I love to fight for him. Not that I want him in the team right now. But I don't like the way ppl dismiss him when RD is basically enjoying the fruits of SG's labor and not even acknowledging it (VS being promoted up, fighting for HS, picking IP and backing him, I cd go on and on)

    By Blogger sauravganguly, at 01:42  

  • Well hopefully we will cross 220..

    By Blogger ilovecricket, at 01:42  

  • yeah lets hope india scores 300 ;))

    By Blogger Varun Tomar, at 01:42  

  • 235?

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:43  

  • rahul i think its because they wank it a little too often. or maybe its because they all dont get enough sleep.
    dude are you for real?
    cramps: caused by insufficient amounts of magnesium in the blood. usually related to fatigue.
    and no cricketers have always cramped like mofo's.

    By Blogger K-Slice, at 01:43  

  • RAHUL,
    Why are players cramping up so much recently...

    I WILL SAY WEATHER
    IF THE PLAYER SWETS A LOT HE WILL LOSS POTTASIUM FROM OUR BODY
    THAT WILL MAKE CRAMPS

    By Blogger Allan, at 01:43  

  • does yuvi have runner?

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:43  

  • rahul.

    These guys play cricket every three days and that means the lose a lot of water (training and so on). Two drinks breaks are not enough in my opinion for the kind of water loss they endure

    By Blogger Jiet, at 01:43  

  • 220 seems eminently gettable.

    By Blogger sauravganguly, at 01:43  

  • If India lasts the 50 overs, they should end up near 235

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:43  

  • 196 still me thinks

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:44  

  • 44 - 188/7 nice batting by ys.

    By Blogger sauravganguly, at 01:44  

  • i hope i am wrong... come on india prove my gut feelings wrong... score whole lot more than 196

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:44  

  • thanks gk

    the run out was not a help too- seems like we were on road to recovery but Dhoni's run out might prove really costly

    By Blogger suraj, at 01:45  

  • the blogged id i dont like
    lets keep that discussion for another day plz ?

    By Blogger GK, at 01:45  

  • India: 188-7 (44) | Yuvraj Singh 90 (116) & A Agarkar 14 (16)

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:45  

  • 188-7 44

    By Blogger Rajg, at 01:45  

  • cmon guys! time to sing!
    oh yuva yuva...

    By Blogger mock_basher, at 01:45  

  • 200 is what I predicted LONG LONG TIME ago. We will get there plus or minus. I think that estimate is still correct

    By Blogger Glorious Uncertainty(GU), at 01:45  

  • rahul
    is that ur final answer?

    By Blogger Jiet, at 01:45  

  • Rahul - what to say ?

    By Blogger @mit, at 01:45  

  • suraj
    yeah but having said that at 35-5 id take anything that comes from here on

    By Blogger GK, at 01:46  

  • shut up saurav ganguly,

    Go and score runs atleast in Domestic level

    By Blogger Shyam Prasad, at 01:46  

  • Just read in cricinfo that the pitch has slowed down considerably now... does that spell doom for our Indian fast bowlers? :-(

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:46  

  • Yuvraj still unable to time the bal too well ... (despite the 4 over midwicket) .. dont too look for too much of a flourish at the end ...

    By Blogger BTB, at 01:46  

  • If pitch has eased up 200 odd might be easy to get for SA

    By Blogger suraj, at 01:46  

  • that last ball was summarily dismissed by YS with so much authority and elegance. Nice game by YS.

    By Blogger sauravganguly, at 01:46  

  • amit. you have caused a grave injustice by literally robbing me of a sentence i wanted to type!!

    By Blogger K-Slice, at 01:47  

  • Wonder if Chappel will "rest" VS for the next match ....

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:47  

  • 45 - 191/7 AA on strike to start the next over.

    By Blogger sauravganguly, at 01:48  

  • 3 dot balls

    By Blogger JD, at 01:48  

  • cricinfo not refreshing... anything happened??

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:48  

  • INDIA 44 OVERS 191/7

    YUVI: 91
    Agarkar: 16

    By Blogger Allan, at 01:49  

  • cricinfo not refreshing... anything happened??

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:49  

  • 191-7 45 ys 91 aa 16

    By Blogger Rajg, at 01:49  

  • who's supersub

    By Blogger suraj, at 01:49  

  • both players 10 away from milestones:
    YS from a century and AA from a quarter century!

    By Blogger K-Slice, at 01:49  

  • If Pathan can get 45, Yuvraj 90+ I think SA will easily get 200+ here in 40 overs or less.

    By Blogger Yacrik, at 01:49  

  • i think yuvi knows what he is doig aint it ? the guys who are watching ?

    By Blogger GK, at 01:49  

  • 191/7 - in 45

    By Blogger SaintHari, at 01:49  

  • off spinner bowling

    By Blogger Rajg, at 01:50  

  • @Shyam Prasad, As GK so sensibly said, lets discuss the game. I will again not fish at that delivery from you.

    By Blogger sauravganguly, at 01:50  

  • ntini is the danger man... india please be careful...

    By Blogger Rahul Kulkarni, at 01:50  

  • Botha is bowling !!!! 3 dot balls.

    By Blogger sauravganguly, at 01:50  

  • Prem:
    From your latest post it appears as if you think batting will be easier in the second half for SA? Care to elaborate a little bit? Thanks.

    By Blogger Multy, at 01:50  

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