Things We’d Change in Ind-WI’s Semi-Final Match If We Could!
Such a disappointment!
It’s TGIF (Thank God Its Friday) guys! It’s the fun day of the week which also happens to be ‘Pay Day’ and, under normal circumstances, this awesome day would call for a drink or two, maybe even a whole bottle. But unfortunately, Friday became ‘cry-day’ for us. Sigh!
The Caribbean side sucked all the joy from our much-awaited weekend by defeating India in the World T20 semi-finals on Thursday. LMP Simmons turned out to be the party pooper, which we failed to recognised in the beginning of the game.
Oh, don’t you so wish you could turn back time and change a few things in the game against the West Indies to make us win? Well, we don’t know about you guys, but we certainly do!
Here’s what we would change in the game if we could.
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
The above image perfectly sums up what every Indian wished for on Thursday. If only the front line had been slightly curvaceous! It’s is no secret that Indians love their curves but after the semis, we love them even more.
Art of Talking
How we wish the godman Sri Sri Ravi Shankar could have had a conversation with MS Dhoni on Wednesday, just like the way he spoke to him before the India-Pakistan clash! Then maybe we would have seen a more favourable result.
Could We Have More Virats and Kohlis. Please!
Is there anything that Virat Kohli can’t do?
After scoring an unbeaten 89 and taking a wicket with his first ball, Kohli proved he’s the Hercules of the Indian cricket team. On Thursday, we so wished there were more Virats and Kohlis so that we could have ‘Kohli-fied’ for the finals!
Cricketers on Stilts
There was no Gayle-storm in Mumbai but that didn’t stop the West Indies from showering Mumbai with some majestic sixes. The only way Dhoni & Co could actually stop Simmons and Charles from sending the ball across the fences was to have Rahane, Raina, Pandya, and Kohli field on stilts.
Yeah, we know this is a cricket match not a circus, but at the match on Thursday, the joke was on us!
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