Finally its all over!

@tutul0045 (2631)
India
March 4, 2008 9:04am CST
Congrats to the Indian cricket team! We are proud of our team and now Australians should start doubting their abilities. Well its a tight slap on their face after what happened in all those months. They now have to eat their own words... now they should learn to behave first and play cricket later. I wish our team all the best and finally i think our team is moving in the right direction. Cheers, Tutul
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@amitavroy (4826)
• India
4 Mar 08
Although you can say that finally it is over but I think it is just the beginning I think now it is the time when India will rule the one-day and the test format of the game in world cricket like Australia used to do previously. They have performed equally good in both forms of the game and I think it is a great effort. With it had been so popular in our country it is always good to see that our team is performing so well and that was in both the formats of the game and hope they will continue this form like the way they did in the series and also improve their departments in which they are still lacking in that they can do that they will definitely become the world's best cricket team
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@tutul0045 (2631)
• India
5 Mar 08
Hi, Yes Aussies are beatable now and its a new beginning. Well what i liked in the tour is now Indian can proudly say that it has plenty of fast bowlers with them. Our bench strength is quite good and with the under 19 team doing so good.. plenty of talented players are knowing. Its always good when there is a healthy competetion going on. Cheers, Tutul
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@anonymili (3138)
5 Mar 08
Nice to see you are so happy hun :) I'm afraid winning in sports does not give me an all over good feeling. I guess having been brought up in the UK as a British citizen makes me feel I should support the England football team over others, I couldn't care less to tell you the truth. Now with cricket where should my loyalties lies? India doesn't have a football team (erm not one that I've heard of or one that is any good or maybe I would have heard of it?) but England has a cricket team and so does India. Being of Indian origin but having been born and bred in the UK so again I ask where should my loyalties lie? I prefer not to support either LOL and just say that I'm happy that you're happy that India won the cricket :)
@tutul0045 (2631)
• India
5 Mar 08
Hi there, Yes i am delighted like million of Indians all over the world. We have achieved some thing which no other sub continent team has managed to do in the past. And most importantly the Australian media wrote a lot of useless thing about our players which was not needed at all. I think our players answered with the best way they could. Well u can support any team u want to. Sports is all about passion. You dont have to choose according to the place u live or u belong too. I like the west indian cricket team a lot. I also follow EPL and my team is Arsenal. Cheers, Tutul
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@PTCRokr (186)
• United States
4 Mar 08
yes finally it's over and what a series it was! great action outside and inside. Australians need to realize that they are not as strong as they were before. India is getting better and better. And of course great work by Tendulkar...suddenly he is scoring a lot of runs consistently. Brilliant.
@tutul0045 (2631)
• India
5 Mar 08
Hi there, Yes without shane warne and mcgrath and now no gilly they are not that strong. It was a series with so many issues off the field too and honestly i was expecting it. When the Aussies toured us last time there were signs of competitions and it showed in the series. Yes we should give credit to the little champ.. he is batting like a champ and thats what is expected of him. Also he should retire with all the respect because one thing which i would hate to c is selectors dropping him because of his form. Cheers, Tutul
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@ssh123 (31104)
• India
4 Mar 08
The young team India deserves all praise, appreciation and life time financial awards for their wonderful work, particularly in such a hostile situation. Even anil kuble would have made it in tests, but for the dubious umpiring.
@tutul0045 (2631)
• India
5 Mar 08
Indeed for me india made it in thes test series too. Perhaps the umpiring could have been better and we could have defeted them handsomely in both tests and one dayers. Cheers, Tutul
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