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K Prashant, MBA 2016-18, Vinod Gupta School of Management, IIT Kharagpur
Event : India versus England
Venue : Eden Gardens
The beauty of this game does not lie behind that it can change anytime, but it also lies between that it binds the people of the country into 1 nation called “INDIA”.
Still nothing has lost, i can proudly say that YOUTH IS GETTING SMARTER TO HELP THE COUNTRY IN BEING THE WORLD POWER IN COMING YEARS.
What a game. Went down to the last ball, and though there were over 600 runs made in the day, the bowlers were in with a shout as well. The new ball decked around.
You’d think this would be good practice for both teams for the Champions Trophy in the UK. Anyway, England’s victory – much of it at least – has to be down to the
For India, it was the Kedar Jadhav show, coming in at the halfway stage and staying on until the very last over, playing some outrageous shots.
But above that, it was his ability to keep his head under pressure that impressed. At one point he was picking boundaries for fun, with England digging it in at
him repeatedly. Eventually they changed their plans, held their nerve, made it hard on Jadhav and dismissed him. So it ends after 2090 runs – the most in a series
of three or fewer ODI history.
AND I HOPE THIS CARRY ON AFTER THIS HISTORIC SERIES AS WELL.