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June 25, 2006
Brian Lara had to admit the obvious - West Indies were a tad slow in the first session. However, putting a positive spin on things, he indicated only his team is capable of forcing a result from this stage, if the pitch indeed deteriorates. Harbhajan Singh may have been gifted a five-wicket haul towards the end, but it wasn't his easiest - on a pitch which reminded him of the Lahore `deadpan' earlier this year. He also spoke of how West Indies' go-slow tactics surprised India. Cricinfo's Siddhartha Vaidyanathan reports.
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