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I didn't have any tricks left - Dhoni

India's captain looks back at their defeat in the second Test at Trent Bridge, and says that the biggest concern for the team is the failure of their esteemed batting order (00:00)

August 1, 2011

Posted by   on (August 3, 2011, 8:46 GMT)

a lot of them speculated about the world cup-win as the start of a new era of indian domination of world cricket after Steve Waugh's-Ricky Ponting's Australian not talking abot the common ppl even Mr.Dhoni too said that......but as we all believed ODI, T20 cricket is just a performance of a particular day, not the class of your batting line-up, dis England Test Series is the litmus test of our esteemed batting line-up and as all odds was in favor we're bound to crumble on our over-confidence on test matches, now we will how dis batting line-up perform in the ODIs and T20s after dis series loss....or atleast i hope we atleast be able to save it

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