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Old 19th January 2008, 14:34   #2971
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India won by 72 runs. congrats. Aussies couldn't do it again.
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Old 19th January 2008, 14:34   #2972
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It got just too close for comfort in the end. Again we proved we lack the killer instinct when needed.

But what the heck - we WON - yaaayyy

Hip Hip Hurray - Chak De India.
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Old 19th January 2008, 14:42   #2973
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And Delhi finally inching towards the Ranji Trophy after a long hiatus !!
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Now that we have won. Aussies have learnt that only attack on India will save them. From next test onwards, they will come very hard and start attacking right from the word go.

But we have wone in PERTH thats what it matters. Well done TEAM INDIA.
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Good game atlast won!
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Ok over and done with. Now tomorrow the team for the ODI's (if they happen) is getting selected.

Come out with your 15 members who should make it there.
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Why the hell are all of you so happy? Don't you know, Australia's key player was missing from their line up?
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^^ROFLMAO!!
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AWWW Symonds
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Last time, it was India who cut the Aussies test win in a row. This time, its India again!

Last time, in 2003, it was India who beat Aussies in a test match on their home soil. In 2008, its India again!
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After the Sydney fiasco, many wanted the team to return. But our cricketers had other idea. By winning the Perth test, they gave the best reply possible. Its so unbelievable & dramatic. It can't get better than this.

This is real heroism. Hats of to the Indian cricket team in Australia !
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Today was the best reply the arrogant Aussies could have got. Well done to our team. Today we have proved that we know how to hit where it hurts most
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I feel as Kumble wanted to take him off the bowling, Sehwag asked kumble to give him one more and it worked. Hence everybody might have hugged sehwag.
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RP Singh was seen approaching the bowling end after Ishant had bowled seven overs, but a last-minute change of mind - prompted by Virender Sehwag, his Delhi captain - kept Ishant in the fray and the reward came off the very next ball - SOURCE;CRICINFO
Snaronikar- u r right here.
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It got just too close for comfort in the end. Again we proved we lack the killer instinct when needed.
I thought we proved thru the entire four days that we don't lack the killer instinct?
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Just to rub some salt in Australia's wounds. They have been fined for a slow over rate and Ponting has been fined 20% of his match fees.
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