Tuesday, November 23, 2004

The partnership for the second wicket was worth 76 and Dravid's contribution was just 12. Sourav Ganguly, the next man in, and Dravid struggled to get the ball away in the next 30 minutes as India's run-rate rapidly dropped to 3.5. 59 runs were scored in the first eight overs of the session, while Sehwag was going berserk. 30 runs came in 21 overs since his dismissal.

30 runs in 21 overs! Dude, Just to get your 'Big Knock' don't knock the team down.

"I have been practicing hard in the nets. Hopefully once I get a start I can play a long innings. A big one is due now."

That's one hell of a start.

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