India have been completely outplayed today, with Rohit Sharma and Harbhajan Singh being their only saving grace. We'll get you the presentation details in a bit.
Dhoni: "It started with a couple of overs that went for 40-odd runs. Watson and Warner batted very well and took the game away from us. We did well in the end to restrict them to 180. Most of the teams bowl short to us. Maybe we can leave the deliveries initially. It's important to win the two remaining games, and the run-rate will take care of itself."
Clarke: "We continued the momentum after the openers gave us a good start. These conditions helped our fast bowlers a lot more. Our plan worked today, we'll continue to adapt to different teams we play. You've got to continue to win in this tournament."
Warner is the Man of the Match
Warner: "We started it out from the beginning, and there were some big shots. We were 160 in the 16th over, but we felt what we got was enough with the pace on the wicket. There was some bounce and carry, and even Smith got a bit of turn."
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