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View Poll Results: Who do You think Will be the Player of the tournament?
T.Dilshan 5 27.78%
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Old March 30, 2011, 01:09 PM
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Default Who do You think Will be the Player of the tournament?

Dilshan scored 468 runs and took 7 wickets

Yovraj scored 341 runs and took 13 wickets

these two are playing in the final
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Old March 30, 2011, 01:36 PM
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yuvi is ahead right now because of his wkts and 4 MoMs.
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Old March 30, 2011, 04:26 PM
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Performence in final will matter. Tendu and Sanga has outside chance to who this.
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Old March 31, 2011, 01:32 AM
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If india wins, it would be Tendulkar.
If SL wins, it would be Dilshan.
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Old March 31, 2011, 02:23 AM
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^ agreed. MOT will be given to winning team, i guess !
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Old March 31, 2011, 02:40 AM
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not necessarily. klusener got it in 1999. sachin in 2003 (I think)

usually all round performance is given more weight than just bowling or batting.
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Old March 31, 2011, 02:46 AM
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even in that case, Yuvi and Dilshan are the two real contender. All depends on their performance in the final.
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Old March 31, 2011, 10:01 AM
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Dilshan, Sachin and Sanga are candidates for the best batsman.

Yuvraj is the only cadidate for the player of the tournament. Majority of his 13 wickets has turned matches in favor of India and all of his runs have been crucial to India winning the match. The 4 MoMs are for a reason.
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Performence in final will matter. Tendu and Sanga has outside chance to who this.
Not necessarily. I think its been already decided. Performance in the final will have no effect.
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Old March 31, 2011, 12:15 PM
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Dilshan, Sachin and Sanga are candidates for the best batsman.

Yuvraj is the only cadidate for the player of the tournament. Majority of his 13 wickets has turned matches in favor of India and all of his runs have been crucial to India winning the match. The 4 MoMs are for a reason.
Yuvraj was lost in oblivion last year...how did he come back...and who is trying to impress that he will only tell if they win world cup or something (read somewhere sorry no source)...
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Old March 31, 2011, 12:21 PM
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Dilshan, Sachin and Sanga are candidates for the best batsman.

Yuvraj is the only cadidate for the player of the tournament. Majority of his 13 wickets has turned matches in favor of India and all of his runs have been crucial to India winning the match. The 4 MoMs are for a reason.
Dilshan also got some wickets. Both Yuvi and Dilshan going for the MoT. But I think Yuvi will get it as he got 4 MoMs.
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Yuvraj was lost in oblivion last year...how did he come back...
he had the toughest year of his career in 2010 and it needed a big change in his thinking and commitment to turn it around.

you can read him talking about it from last september , the mental adjustments he talks about are fascinating to read.

http://www.espncricinfo.com/india-v-...ry/477930.html
http://www.espncricinfo.com/magazine...ry/477911.html
http://www.espncricinfo.com/magazine...ry/478169.html

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What mistakes?
By mistakes I mean you come into the team, you have some success and you think, "Yeah, I can do the same things on the field all the time," which is not possible. Then after playing for India, you think, "I can do whatever I want," which is also not possible. It's just immaturity. No experience, so you make mistakes and hopefully you learn something from them, and from the older players.

I see a lot of youngsters like Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, who are very talented and flamboyant. As a senior I tell them not to make the same mistakes I made, and try to guide them to a better tomorrow. When I began playing, you could say the game was changing, the distractions were beginning. Now the distractions are too much and my advice to the younger guys is mostly not to be distracted by what is happening outside and to concentrate on the game.

Do they listen?
They don't listen, especially Rohit and Virat. [Suresh] Raina still listens a little bit, but Rohit and Virat always argue with me. I don't blame the youngsters for not listening, because a lot of times Sachin or Sourav or Kumble said something to me and I said "What do they know?". But it's just your ageā€¦ boys mature very late. That's what I've learned from my life. As a senior, I think it's our duty to help the junior guys, like [Ravindra] Jadeja and Praveen Kumar. I think it's our duty to help them as their career progresses. Hopefully they'll listen, if not to me, to other players.

When you say distractions, you mean partying, money, celebrity?

It's everything. When you are playing for the country, you start having a status. Then you want a big house. Then you want a nice car. You become famous, people start liking you, there is media hype around you. More than the positives, which these may sound like, there a lot of negatives. You start concentrating on other things, going out with your friends, saying "I'll practise tomorrow." At that moment it's important that there is someone to guide you and tell you, "No, your cricket is more important and everything here is because of your cricket. So practise five to eight hours, and after that do whatever you want to." You need to have a balance.
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I want the tonic, how many rupees for a full course?
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I have never liked yuvraj but these days I'm actually starting to love this guy

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not necessarily. klusener got it in 1999. sachin in 2003 (I think)

usually all round performance is given more weight than just bowling or batting.
Neel here is right about 1999 but 2003 I am not sure have to check. If ICC gives it to someone outside the finalist then there is a big possibility for Afridi to get it.

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Old March 31, 2011, 06:38 PM
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afridi doesn't stand a chance. his top score in this WC is 20 at an avg of 12. while his bowling has been good it hasn't been far ahead of the rest, zaheer has a good chance of catching up in no of wkts.

and just checked, sachin was the man of the tournament in 2003.
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