India's defeat in The fifth ODI

India
October 12, 2007 2:05am CST
Ausies proved to be the best in the last onedayer and india bounce back from this position
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@coolmailraj (2461)
• India
12 Oct 07
Yes indeed the Australian team really did well in the fifth ODI but still I think that Indian boys have it in them which can boost them up. I am really looking forward for the next two as they (I think) will be breath taking.
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• India
13 Oct 07
Australian's have proved that whether or not we(Aussies) are champions in 20-20 cricket,but we are champions in 50-50 Cricket. At this moment,I am really feeling sad in saying that the defeat was shameful.:( -AV
@surajpkn (584)
• India
12 Oct 07
Aussies are great players but it is disappointing that india lost very badly to them. They put on a very low total which was like a banana for the aussies. We lost early wickets and in fact, in my view, 148 itself was something that surprised me. I think more than aussies game play, in the fifth odi, i think india made the mistakes and thats how they let the aussies win the game.
• India
12 Oct 07
Hi, chigulla i am hopeful of India's comeback.To defeat Australians you need to apply pressure on them and see whether they succumb to pressure or not and moreover India should make a solid opening start so that remaining batsmen will have enough momentum to launch themselves in last 10 or so.this way India can make a comeback.
• India
12 Oct 07
Well, i have not yet got what the main reason was behind India's defeat....i guess the runout of Ganguly made everything go Australia's way.,, As fans we shud support Team India and pray 4 dem 2 level the series...
@deserve40 (1656)
• India
12 Oct 07
Again the professional attitude of the Australian Team has delivered the goods. Right from the begining they were on target. They did not let the initiative allow to go from their hands when Dhoni made a mistake by selecting to bat first. It was a pitch which would give assistance to the new ball bowlers and India paid the penalty for that. However, it was not solely the fault of Dhoni. I think that the idea behind selecting to bat first was not bad but the plan didn't work. Can India bounce back in the 6th ODI? Yes ofcourse, not as an Indian supporter, but as a person who has been watching the game for years, I can say that this team has the ability to do it. And we should not forget that every game is a different ball game...
• India
12 Oct 07
Ya aus proved right.But Indians can bounce back and they can level this series.