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So, your loyalties are split, yet you see RCB to win the IPL with relative ease.
Kallis had a good game yesterday. A shame he wasn't able to perform like that during the World Cup. And De Villiers, well when he hits a ball cleanly, he hits it far. Tiwary also played some shots well. There was this one incredibly beautiful straight drive. And those 3 fours from Pathan was just the icing on the cake.
This is brilliant. But how long did it take you to write that? More importantly though, did you have a dictionary at your side whilst writing? I truly hope the latter to be in the affirmative, otherwise I shall be a little bit .
What did you think of the "uncertainness" regarding the fireworks at the end of the game?
A bit off topic, but still, what is the atmosphere in India before the semi-final tomorrow against the arch-enemy? Especially now since Pakistan's PM was invited and accepted the invitation to watch the game?
This is an e-mail I received today. The photo was captioned, "The best angle ever":
might be unorthodox but it works. As long as one doesn't bend his arms and deliberately throw the ball, its fine.
This is true of course, I suppose I am a bit biased since I prefer the, shall I say, elegance within the bowling action and Malinga's approach more or less rips that elegance to shreds. It's just not nice to look at.
Originally Posted by crabnebula
Its quite confusing to pick up the ball when its view passes over another close object and it gives him an unfair advantage.
I believe there has been some discussions around this issue. Perhaps it is time to introduce a new rule that prohibits a bowler's arm to (partially) obstruct an umpire's view at the point of release?