Yousuf Pathan rocks as Royals win

Yousuf Pathan rocks as Royals win

Post by Don » Sat, 26 Apr 2008 04:14:03


what a game again...2 good games in 2 days

Don

 
 
 

Yousuf Pathan rocks as Royals win

Post by Don » Sat, 26 Apr 2008 04:14:01

what a game again...2 good games in 2 days

Don

 
 
 

Yousuf Pathan rocks as Royals win

Post by Don » Sat, 26 Apr 2008 04:14:02

what a game again...2 good games in 2 days

Don

 
 
 

Yousuf Pathan rocks as Royals win

Post by Mike Holman » Sat, 26 Apr 2008 04:59:02

On Thu, 24 Apr 2008 12:14:03 -0700 (PDT), Don

Quote:
>what a game again...2 good games in 2 days

And this is so amazing that you have to post three times to tell us?

Cheers,

Mike
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Yousuf Pathan rocks as Royals win

Post by kevin.zer.. » Sat, 26 Apr 2008 11:09:14

You stupid Mike.
You don't have anything better to do other than trolling cricket
newsgroups.

Anything you post just reasserts the fact that you only have peanut
sized brain.


Quote:

> >what a game again...2 good games in 2 days

> And this is so amazing that you have to post three times to tell us?

> Cheers,

> Mike
> --

 
 
 

Yousuf Pathan rocks as Royals win

Post by Moha » Sat, 26 Apr 2008 11:26:18

Quote:

> what a game again...2 good games in 2 days

Terrific match. RP Singh had brought Hyderabad back into the reckoning
with some good piece of bowling in the penultimate over only for Symonds
to lose it in the final over.

btw, this successful chase of 217 shows that in the first match
Bangalore weren't beaten, as everyone had assumed, by McCullum so much
as by Ishant and Dinda's bowling.

Mohan

 
 
 

Yousuf Pathan rocks as Royals win

Post by Moha » Sat, 26 Apr 2008 11:27:04

Quote:

> what a game again...2 good games in 2 days

Symonds becomes the first Useless Centurion of IPL.
 
 
 

Yousuf Pathan rocks as Royals win

Post by Don » Sat, 26 Apr 2008 17:28:37


Quote:

> > what a game again...2 good games in 2 days

> Terrific match. RP Singh had brought Hyderabad back into the reckoning
> with some good piece of bowling in the penultimate over only for Symonds
> to lose it in the final over.

> btw, this successful chase of 217 shows that in the first match
> Bangalore weren't beaten, as everyone had assumed, by McCullum so much
> as by Ishant and Dinda's bowling.

> Mohan

Huh? And what about Agarkar who took 3 wickets and dismissed dangerous
Kallis?Cmon give credit where it is due even though you may not like
Agarkar.

Don

 
 
 

Yousuf Pathan rocks as Royals win

Post by Andrew Dunfor » Sat, 03 May 2008 05:20:24

Quote:


>> what a game again...2 good games in 2 days

> Terrific match. RP Singh had brought Hyderabad back into the reckoning
> with some good piece of bowling in the penultimate over only for Symonds
> to lose it in the final over.

> btw, this successful chase of 217 shows that in the first match Bangalore
> weren't beaten, as everyone had assumed, by McCullum so much as by Ishant
> and Dinda's bowling.

No, it shows that Rajasthan might not have been beaten by McCullum alone.
Bangalore haven't threatened to reach 200 in any match yet.

Andrew [watching a replay of Hodge strangely being given run out despite no
apparent evidence that the bowler touched the ball on to the stumps]

 
 
 

Yousuf Pathan rocks as Royals win

Post by Abhiji » Sat, 03 May 2008 08:21:55


Quote:


> >> what a game again...2 good games in 2 days

> > Terrific match. RP Singh had brought Hyderabad back into the reckoning
> > with some good piece of bowling in the penultimate over only for Symonds
> > to lose it in the final over.

> > btw, this successful chase of 217 shows that in the first match Bangalore
> > weren't beaten, as everyone had assumed, by McCullum so much as by Ishant
> > and Dinda's bowling.

> No, it shows that Rajasthan might not have been beaten by McCullum alone.
> Bangalore haven't threatened to reach 200 in any match yet.

> Andrew [watching a replay of Hodge strangely being given run out despite no
> apparent evidence that the bowler touched the ball on to the stumps]

That was a gift in lieu of (or to compensate for) Watson's in RR's
innings. I wonder which one was costlier. [Strange though that if all
they had to do was take the bowler(fielder)'s word, why refer and see
replays?]
 
 
 

Yousuf Pathan rocks as Royals win

Post by Moha » Sat, 03 May 2008 11:21:53

Quote:



>>> what a game again...2 good games in 2 days
>> Terrific match. RP Singh had brought Hyderabad back into the reckoning
>> with some good piece of bowling in the penultimate over only for Symonds
>> to lose it in the final over.

>> btw, this successful chase of 217 shows that in the first match Bangalore
>> weren't beaten, as everyone had assumed, by McCullum so much as by Ishant
>> and Dinda's bowling.

> No, it shows that Rajasthan might not have been beaten by McCullum alone.
> Bangalore haven't threatened to reach 200 in any match yet.

> Andrew [watching a replay of Hodge strangely being given run out despite no
> apparent evidence that the bowler touched the ball on to the stumps]

There was another during Kings XI innings, when Bangar did deflect the
ball on to the stumps, but the umpire who was trying to evade the ball
seemed to be in no position to judge the run out, yet gave it out
without referring to third ump. Strange.

Hyderabad finally had a decent crowd yesterday. It has had the lowest
turn-out so far - thanks to oppressive heat and the stadium being far
from the city.

Loyalty moments of the day:
Gibbs c Jadeja b Chawla - stunned silence
Yuvraj c & b Zoysa - loud cheers.

Mohan