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Toasts That Burnt

T20 World Cup: India tripped, fell, never got up. Why? Tired bones, and a fickle format.

Toasts That Burnt
Toasts That Burnt
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Dhoni was anointed the hero, the inspiration, the peerless leader of men when India won the title in September 2007 in South Africa; in England, he was cast in a villainous role in the Indian tragedy. Such was the sentiment against him that only young women, admirably steadfast in affection, had the courage to hold up placards that read: "Dhoni, I love you!" and "Dhoni, marry me."


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