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Thompson: India, Pakistan produce electric atmosphere in Manchester

ESPN senior writer Wright Thompson was in Manchester as India and Pakistan met in the World Cup. Despite the geopolitical tensions between the countries, the scene was festive and vibrant, the kind of stadium that makes the hair on your arm stand up.

How can Pakistan get out of this crisis? Ask me when I'm their coach - Rohit Sharma (0:15)
Losing 4 for 12 was the turning point - Sarfaraz Ahmed (1:02)
Rohit explains why he's in such good form (1:15)
Misbah: Pakistan are mentally weak (1:23)
Agarkar: Effortless Rohit making this his World Cup (1:40)
Hussey explains how India can counter Amir (4:40)
Waqar: Sachin, Dravid, Laxman are greats, but Kohli's taken off (4:17)
Manjrekar: Amir not as potent a threat as he used to be (6:16)
Misbah: India v Pakistan is the biggest game in the cricketing world (5:07)
5dNagraj Gollapudi in Manchester

How Maradona mania can explain India-Pakistan madness

When the football great once stepped out in the heaving San Paulo Stadium he said: "When you are on the pitch, life goes away. Everything goes away". India-Pakistan will be no different

Agarkar: India need to play both their wristspinners (5:33)
'If it rains, let's at least have an India-Pakistan football match' (1:18)

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