Cricket world cup

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kapil_ds
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Cricket world cup

Postby kapil_ds » Sat Apr 02, 2011 5:13 pm

Obviously, this has nothing to do with Physics but congratulations to all the Indians on the historic world cup victory today. It has been a long time in coming. Most of the Indians on this board perhaps were not even born when we last won in 83. It was a great match with excellent batting by Gambhir under pressure and a captain's knock by Dhoni. As yuvraj said 'tonight's gonna be a good night'. Congratulations once again, it's time to party. By the way, what was sangkarra thinking giving the ball to kalusekara when he was obviously getting hammered. Hey, their loss, our gain. :D

Go India.

Kapil Dev

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sphy
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Re: Cricket world cup

Postby sphy » Sun Apr 03, 2011 4:58 am

kapil_ds wrote:Obviously, this has nothing to do with Physics but congratulations to all the Indians on the historic world cup victory today. It has been a long time in coming. Most of the Indians on this board perhaps were not even born when we last won in 83. It was a great match with excellent batting by Gambhir under pressure and a captain's knock by Dhoni. As yuvraj said 'tonight's gonna be a good night'. Congratulations once again, it's time to party. By the way, what was sangkarra thinking giving the ball to kalusekara when he was obviously getting hammered. Hey, their loss, our gain. :D

Go India.

Kapil Dev

I apparently gave up watching cricket altogether after the 2003 WC Final debacle to the last six of yesterday. And we are very happy that we own and in style.

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Re: Cricket world cup

Postby satyad18 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:04 am

kapil_ds wrote:Obviously, this has nothing to do with Physics but congratulations to all the Indians on the historic world cup victory today. It has been a long time in coming. Most of the Indians on this board perhaps were not even born when we last won in 83. It was a great match with excellent batting by Gambhir under pressure and a captain's knock by Dhoni. As yuvraj said 'tonight's gonna be a good night'. Congratulations once again, it's time to party. By the way, what was sangkarra thinking giving the ball to kalusekara when he was obviously getting hammered. Hey, their loss, our gain. :D

Go India.

Kapil Dev

Yes, it was incredible indeed. A dream come true for the cricket crazy nation. :)

P.S: Haha, your name completely suits the moment! :)




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