2004 India vs Australia - 3rd test HIGHLIGHTS





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Published on Jun 7, 2011

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Man, that Australian side was a killer team
Siddhartha Ghosh
I dont understand why folks cannot park their nationalistic hyperbole and enjoy the game for what it is. A contest. Australia were the better team on this occasion and they won the test. Had India played better they would have won. There is absolutely zilch logic in throwing abuse at others motivated by unfounded nationalistic pride. This applies to every game in every sport.
Akash Chopra, the most uninspiring opener India ever had. Did he have even one shot in his armour, except the edge to third man?
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Check out the Indian Mitchell Johnson @27:51 hahaha
Great memories. Thanks rob
Vijay Krishnan
that Australian team line up spewed venom :) Well played Australia
How did Gillespie go from bowling like this to being a trundler that consistently got smashed out of the ground particularly by kevin pietersen only a few months later
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desh deepak shukla
Akash chopra se accha to harbhajan khelta h....
Sean Carnaffan
Watching these really reminds me how much of a difference it made when the Australian team had an opening combination that could be relied upon to have at least a solid opening partnership
ahh, the match that Ganguly and Harbhajan Singh chickened out of. Indians are weak.
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