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Commentary gems relived

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"He's not a big hitter of the ball."

May 7, 2009

"Ooooohoooohhooooo"

May 7, 2009

"When you can't succeed with the orthodox, try the unorthodox."

May 6, 2009

"That's a Citi moment of disaster."

May 6, 2009

"I'm wondering who is this smart dude and bewitching damsel in South Africa."

May 3, 2009

"Superman's here tonight as well." "...He took that catch flying like Batman."

May 3, 2009

"He has managed to clear the deep long-off"

May 2, 2009

"Irfan Pathan... knocked the Citi moment of success over. The building... the building went down."

Apr 30, 2009

"Shades of that triple-hundred from Chennai a few years ago."

Apr 30, 2009

"That was a serious shot."

Apr 29, 2009

"He-he-he's a very, very, very strong boy."

Apr 29, 2009

" I don't think... I don't think... I do think... I do think"

Apr 28, 2009

"These are crucial times, the last 10 overs"

Apr 27, 2009

"He's got to pick up wickets, he's got to be economical"

Apr 26, 2009

"The key to the match is going to be Ajantha Mendis. He can mend things or destroy things."

Apr 23, 2009

"ABD made batting look like A - B - C - D."

Apr 23, 2009

"He DLF-ed it with ease."

Apr 23, 2009

"He's got hands like buckets."

Apr 20, 2009

"You talk of Citi Moments of Success, but when you get five wickets in four overs like that, that's very special indeed."

Apr 19, 2009

"What a brilliant stroke, clever stroke, stroke of genius"

Apr 18, 2009

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