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    Posted: 06 Apr 2015 at 12:09
Rohit Sharma's hectic innings in the fourth ODI against Sri Lanka at Eden Gardens, Kolkata on 13th November 2014. Rohit Sharma established a world record by an Indian for the highest individual ODI innings by scoring 264 Runs with 33 fours and 9 sixes in 173 balls.



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But India were still defeated by Australia in the World Cup.Clap
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It's a game, one should lose and one should win.... this time Australia won In Australia not in India.....

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It's a game, one should lose and one should win.... this time Australia won In Australia not in India.....Clap
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Helloooooooo....... come to India...... We will show What we are
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Originally posted by Timepasstoday Timepasstoday wrote:

It's a game, one should lose and one should win.... this time Australia won In Australia not in India.....

 

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If I post any thing that not favours you... I think you people will bann my account.  So, please don't post unwisely.....

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Originally posted by Timepasstoday Timepasstoday wrote:

Originally posted by Timepasstoday Timepasstoday wrote:

It's a game, one should lose and one should win.... this time Australia won In Australia not in India.....

 

I think you are one of the Admin members right!!!!!!

If I post any thing that not favours you... I think you people will bann my account.  So, please don't post unwisely.....

 
What a rediculous assertion.
 
Differences of opinion, debate and discussion, in a polite manner, are what this forum exists for.
 
No-one who simply disagrees with another member is or has been banned.
 
I hope your posts are not simply sour grapes because Australia won the ODI World Cup.
 
 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Timepasstoday Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Apr 2015 at 13:31
Originally posted by toyomotor toyomotor wrote:

Originally posted by Timepasstoday Timepasstoday wrote:

Originally posted by Timepasstoday Timepasstoday wrote:

It's a game, one should lose and one should win.... this time Australia won In Australia not in India.....

 

I think you are one of the Admin members right!!!!!!

If I post any thing that not favours you... I think you people will bann my account.  So, please don't post unwisely.....

 
What a rediculous assertion.
 
Differences of opinion, debate and discussion, in a polite manner, are what this forum exists for.
 
No-one who simply disagrees with another member is or has been banned.
 
I hope your posts are not simply sour grapes because Australia won the ODI World Cup.
 
 

Yes, Australia Won the World Cup...... But Rohit Sharma didn't scored 264 runs in the Semis........




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There are some awsome cricket players from the sub-continent.
 
I have nothing but the highest respect for the abilities of Sharma, Malinga and especially Sachin Tendulka. And of course there others I haven't mentioned here.
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Originally posted by toyomotor toyomotor wrote:

There are some awsome cricket players from the sub-continent.
 
I have nothing but the highest respect for the abilities of Sharma, Malinga and especially Sachin Tendulka. And of course there others I haven't mentioned here.


I think there is no other player like Bradman... but recently Rohit Sharma achieved this, so,I have mentioned about him
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Originally posted by Timepasstoday Timepasstoday wrote:

Originally posted by toyomotor toyomotor wrote:

There are some awsome cricket players from the sub-continent.
 
I have nothing but the highest respect for the abilities of Sharma, Malinga and especially Sachin Tendulka. And of course there others I haven't mentioned here.


I think there is no other player like Bradman... but recently Rohit Sharma achieved this, so,I have mentioned about him
 
OK, so let's just leave it at that, admiration for sporting prowess regardless of where the player comes from.
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Originally posted by toyomotor toyomotor wrote:

Originally posted by Timepasstoday Timepasstoday wrote:

Originally posted by toyomotor toyomotor wrote:

There are some awsome cricket players from the sub-continent.
 
I have nothing but the highest respect for the abilities of Sharma, Malinga and especially Sachin Tendulka. And of course there others I haven't mentioned here.


I think there is no other player like Bradman... but recently Rohit Sharma achieved this, so,I have mentioned about him
 
OK, so let's just leave it at that, admiration for sporting prowess regardless of where the player comes from.
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Originally posted by toyomotor toyomotor wrote:

Originally posted by Timepasstoday Timepasstoday wrote:

Originally posted by toyomotor toyomotor wrote:

There are some awsome cricket players from the sub-continent.
 
I have nothing but the highest respect for the abilities of Sharma, Malinga and especially Sachin Tendulka. And of course there others I haven't mentioned here.


I think there is no other player like Bradman... but recently Rohit Sharma achieved this, so,I have mentioned about him
 
OK, so let's just leave it at that, admiration for sporting prowess regardless of where the player comes from.

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Rohit is a great player & that was agreat game.. Everything is possible in ODI cricket.


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