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Deepak Mahaan
@MahaanMusings · 4:52

Evaluating India's Performance at T20 Cricket World Cup

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Both the teams in Bangladesh and Zimbabwe at the moment are not world beaters in any way. Yet in this form of cricket, which does not allow a team to recover from a major setback, you can never kind of say that such and such team would win. I just hope that India does go through into the 70s. Let's see when we meet next time. The stage will be much clearer. Thank you. Be happy and keep smiling

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Rehan Shah
@ririshah · 5:00
Hey. Hello. I've been offline from swell for a bit, otherwise I'm pretty sure I would have come across your name somewhere if we are talking about cricket, because, well, that's all I talk about. Anyway, I have a couple of things to add to what you said. I do agree T 20 format, when there's less oversplayed, there is no such thing as favorites, especially when it's 20 over cricket. You never know
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Aayan Banerjee
@BasTalk · 2:41
But when it comes to international cricket, oftentimes these people who potentially claim to have a lot of talent, they falter out, they fizzle out and the true talent, the true class emerges. And I am sensing that in this particular edition of the T 20 World Cup we don't have the necessary resources to travel to the finals and win it. So there are three aspects of it winning the World Cup, I don't see that happening. Reaching the finals, I don't see that happening
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Deepak Mahaan
@MahaanMusings · 4:19

@BasTalk

But as a team that kind of cohesiveness is not there. Regarding the other thing that many cricketer who comes from the domestic cricket first class and then does not perform up to the potential of international I think that's true for almost every particular country that you see. Some of the players, when they come to the international level actually they leave for me at times a big gaping hole as to how and why they are there. But then that is how the systems work
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Aayan Banerjee
@BasTalk · 1:59

@MahaanSports

And as far as Mr Shah is concerned, arguably a protege, arguably the next big thing, kind of derailed somewhere along the lines. Is it to do because the expectations were so high and he stuttered at the start of the Australia Series when he tried to open the innings. Was that the downfall or there's some challenge that you know of that some of us don't? Is there some TIFF between the BCCI or Mr Shaw? I don't know
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Deepak Mahaan
@MahaanMusings · 4:03

@ririshah

But as I've said earlier, also in another castle, I still feel Indian team is lacking a kind of a cohesiveness, a comprehensive ability to bowl out the opposition or completely blast them away with their batting. That kind of a thing is not there
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Priya kashyap
@Priya_swell_ · 0:13

@MahaanSports

It was such a nice swell to hear. And, yes, India is all full of talents and thank you that you posted it and let us know about these things. Thank you
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Deepak Mahaan
@MahaanMusings · 0:24

@Priya_swell_

Thanks a ton. I really appreciate your applause and praise. Appreciation certainly makes a creative person to work better and also get motivated and inspired to do something even more innovative. Thank you so much. Keep listening
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Deepak Mahaan
@MahaanMusings · 4:35
In the individual games people are able to claim their positions because of their victories. But in team games you can keep on justifying anybody. If a player is batting very well in cricket you can say that he is having heading averages but his temperament is not good. But if he's failing and you still want to take somebody in you'll see that he's actually a great potential, great talent and will come good. And this is how they keep on using the stick to keep the flock in line
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