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Sunday, November 07, 2004
STRAIGHT TALK/THE SOURAV GANGULY COLUMN
Turning tracks are the key to our success at home
It was good to win in Mumbai. India fought outstandingly to defend 107. Our spinners once again bowled superbly to take the game away from the Aussies. No praise can be too high for the manner in which they went about their job. I feel Zaheer's ...
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Lessons to be learnt from the series
The Test match getting over in two days might lead to intense debate on the dreadful nature of the wicket. But the home team defending 107 runs is definitely a remarkable effort. India's desperation for such result is understandable. A defeat ...
Murali Kartik more composed now
MUMBAI, NOV. 6. The turmoil within his mind has abated. Murali Kartik is at peace with himself these days. India's Man of the Match in the fourth Test accepted his heady cricketing success with remarkable equanimity. When someone congratulated ...
Wankhede pitch under a microscope
MUMBAI, NOV. 6. The Wankhede Stadium pitch, venue of the fourth and final Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series, is certain to come under the International Cricket Council's microscope for the simple reason that a Test match is not expected ...
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