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Congratulations to Anil Kumble and his team for their wonderful performance. Keep it up. You have given Aus taste of their own medicine. We will win the next one also? Anybody with me?

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Asked by ravi kumar, 19 Jan '08 02:56 pm
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Yes V hope so.......Best of luck India
Answered by SANJANA, 19 Jan '08 02:57 pm

 
  
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Answered by priya kumar, 22 Jan '08 06:18 pm

 
  
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maybe so...but yes...i am with u definitely...only say CHAK DE INDIA!!!:)))
Answered by sumita ganguly, 19 Jan '08 03:14 pm

 
  
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Yes, they deserves it
atlast there is an end to Kangaroos win
Answered by sudesh, 19 Jan '08 02:57 pm

 
  
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The visitors have come back into the series to make it 2-1 going to Adelaide. Australia did well in bursts, and you know they'll come back hard in the fourth and final Test. They were hurt by a slow over-rate and a couple hard decisions today. There were good performances from Mitchell Johnson and Stuart Clark, especially, while Brett Lee was, as always, consistent. The team was let down by the batting, especially in the first innings. Michael Clarke played a good innings today.

Over for the post-match presentation. Ricky Ponting is disappointed but takes heart from "a terrific Test match". He blames the batting and praises India's bowling. He's a bit surprised how the pitch played. Believes there was just enough assistance but maintains his batsmen didn't step up. He backs the decision to play four pace bowlers, despite the flop that Shaun Tait was. Doesn't comment much on the events of the week leading in to this Test, but feels Matthew Hayden could come back for ...more
Answered by Ali Mohammad sheikh, 19 Jan '08 03:16 pm

 
  
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Yes our team did it.........
Answered by Arifa Shaikh, 19 Jan '08 02:57 pm

 
  
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