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What are the reasons for India's failure today in Mohali ?

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Asked by hitler, 02 Nov '09 10:53 pm
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Bad selectors. People like virat Kohli etc have no place in the team. There are a lot of good players waiting on the sidellines.
Answered by Deepak Joshi, 03 Nov '09 06:45 am

 
  
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The CRICKET
Answered by abhayanker banerjee, 02 Nov '09 11:19 pm

 
  
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Turning point was dismissal of Sachin. Bad umpiring decision by Aravinda D'silva. However, the batsmen in middle order also failed to deliver.
Answered by Lucky, 02 Nov '09 10:55 pm

 
  
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It's happened on countless occasions that when Sachin gets out, the team gets demoralised. With the arrival of Dhoni on the scene as captain, things did change a bit because he is a good motivator but in the Mohali match I feel the unfortunate dismissal of Sachin due to the wrong decision on the umpire's part did play a huge part in India losing the match. The other batsmen should also pull up their socks and do their bit - Yuvraj was just looking ferocious most of the time but all he made was a measly 12 runs.
Answered by nargis bhambi, 04 Nov '09 01:36 am

 
  
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Pls just see the scoresheet bhai. If u look @ Australian innings it is nothing special. Except that Watson, Ponting, White & Hussey put runs on the board. For India it was Viru & Sachin. In AUst's innings Watson hit six fours to score a 49 runs. Ponting hit 5 four runs in his 52. Top scorer C. White, interestingly had only 3 boundaries & a six to reach his 62. And Hussey only hit 2 fours & a six his his 40.

Compare that to India.

TEndulkar smashed seven boundaries in his 30. Viru helped out by adding 40 more w/ 6 fours. After that the batting just collapsed. After Tendulkar & Viru started a romantic journey for Indian crickey today (251 @ this pitch is no mpossible feat) when the momentum broke w/ Viru going out & then Kohli not having a good day & Sachin going shortly thereafter, it just looks like our boys said "screw it"

In Aus's innings if u look @ top scorer, u'll note he scored 62 out of 71 ball's w/ only three fours & a six. Shewag's was 40 off 68 containing 6 bounda ...more
Answered by A Moin, 04 Nov '09 12:56 am

 
  
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Batting debacle.
Answered by ashok paricha, 03 Nov '09 12:43 pm

 
  
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First and foremost we have to take everything in sportingly. Winning and losing are all in the game. we should not analyse our failure instead one has to go with positive mind in next three games. Moreover, when you really want to analyse the failure, i consider it as over confident but nothing else. We won two games simaltaniously and the over confident in us took us and we failed miserably, thats all. No one is to be blamed for the debacle in the 4th ODI Mohali.
Answered by Gopal, 03 Nov '09 12:42 pm

 
  
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