No point in worrying for Indian losses….
Its our mistake that we give them big support instead of cutting the nails whenever they grew long.
The chances of making it to super 8 itself is very dim. The underlying fact of yesterday’s defeat was that our great hero Sachin Tendulkar despite his records in papers, once again failed and once again he will be trusted to score.
I think the loss started coming into the indian team once Sehwag was asked to open he needs time to spend with his family for another 1 year and play national matches. As long as the policy of a particular player changes in a such a way that he only wants to see India winning, we will never win now the chances are that, we may get defeated by the Sri Lankans, then we are out of the tournament.
All the efforts of the board, coach and a good captain goes for toss because of the irresponsible players. Nevertheless lets us not forget to appreciate for the efforts of Bangladeshi players who never missed to capitalize the opportunities that came throughout the match.
Those wonderful and powerful shorts of Tamim was an example how Indians should have played their first 15 overs. Despite that fact that India had too many good sloggers in the lineup, they played cricket as though they have just started learning the game a week back.
While Pakistan is out of tournament, I only think that it will not be too long to hear something like that for India too. It so happens that Indians always keep the fans fingers crossed by these kind of poor displays and suddenly they come up from nowhere and reach the top.
I still remember last time we struggled at our first match but went on to reach final though we lost it by then bad batting performance. Will this worldcup be a repeat of 2003? We will have to wait and watch.
Bemuda is a not a big team that Indians will again suffer a defeat. But who knows as the old saying goes “Cricket is a game of uncertainity”.