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Comments: 5 
Posted by Naresh28 on (August 6, 2012, 14:40 GMT)

At last he found his tongue

Posted by   on (August 6, 2012, 7:54 GMT)

Duncan, when your disciple Garry was the Indian coach, India's fortunes were always on a STEADY CLIMB! Not after you took over. Indian fans would love a swap with South Africa, if you and Gary are willing.

Posted by ramli on (August 6, 2012, 7:47 GMT)

Most unfair .. even for a cartoon ... swinging fortunes is the essence of ODIs ... to deprive the viewer of this is not welcome ... end result is what is important ... well done India!!!

Posted by   on (August 6, 2012, 7:45 GMT)

See-saw in the fortunes of the two competing teams is the beauty of good competitive cricket, between any two countries! That makes cricket exciting. There is nothing funny about it at all!

Posted by   on (August 6, 2012, 7:37 GMT)

Luvely. One of the best in the recent times. I guess, the reverse applies on Pakistan

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