India have many individual stalwarts, they need to pull together as a team to pull it off, writes John Wright.
Herschelle Gibbs made his entry into record books on several counts with his incredible hitting against Netherlands. Rajneesh Gupta take a look at the major records, which were tumbled during S African innings.
The loss must hurt, but India have traditionally been slow starters at the World Cups, writes Atul Sondhi.
The drama over Sunil Gavaskar's comments about Australian behaviour was, well, expected, writes Kadambari Murali.
The flight back to Bombay was packed and Sachin’s misery began even before the seat-belt signs were switched on, writes Amrit Mathur.
The manner in which Pakistan have succumbed is so difficult to accept, writes Imran Khan.
I feel for Virender Sehwag. He doesn't seem to be the player I know, writes John Wright.
Dravid's decision to bat first misfired and out-of-form batsmen didn't help his cause, writes Ravi Shastri.
I wonder what Dravid meant when he said 'with another 30-40 runs, it would have been a good game', writes Indrajit Hazra.
Pakistan's late coach had a lot of respect and admiration for most of the Blue brigade, writes Atul Sondhi.
India went past Bermuda without much ado and now face the acid test on Friday, writes Ravi Shastri.
Their progress is proof enough of Woolmer’s success with the ICC’s development programme, writes Tom Moody.
There is one area in which the 'minnows' can steal a march over their big brothers — fielding, writes Aakash Chopra.
Despite the massive win, the way they bowled and fielded should worry India, writes Pradeep Magazine.
Someone who knows what Woolmer went through tells us how it is, and how he was, writes John Wright.