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Posted by   on (October 16, 2011, 14:42 GMT)

@SUNNY MACHOO India's tour of England-2nd test @ Nottingham-Jul29 2011

Posted by criclover112 on (October 13, 2011, 20:31 GMT)

@ BMayuresh "...and that costed them the game too" Are you kidding yourself, England had by all means already won that match, Ian bell only made 35-40 runs more and England won the match by a humongous margin, so calling Ian Bell had no effect on the outcome of the game at the end of the day, although it was a good gesture by Dhoni and Team India.

Posted by sunnymachoo on (October 13, 2011, 10:48 GMT)

@BMayuresh Greetings. please can you refer the match? I didn't watch these matches but im really interested to know what happened... thanks

Posted by BMayuresh on (October 13, 2011, 5:26 GMT)

Creative thinking but there was no need to take a dig at this incident. India did show sportsmen spirit and that costed them the game too

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