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Bangalore tie

The thrilling World Cup cricket match between India and England that ended in a tie on Sunday is perhaps a just reward for both teams. The fact that the match came down to the very last delivery is testament to the unstinting effort and commitment of both teams. At a time when there exists a legion of one-day international (ODI) sceptics, the game came as a veritable shot in the arm.

Pradyut Hande,

Mumbai

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World Cup history will record the thrilling match as a memorable one. It was so closely fought that none can grudge the final outcome, patriotic fervour not withstanding. The last ball promised all three possible results — a win for India, victory for England and a tie. What a wonderful game.

R. Saradha,

Chennai

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