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Hit it hard: A plan that nearly worked
HTC, Hindustan Times
Chennai, December 12, 2011
First Published: 00:03 IST(12/12/2011)
Last Updated: 00:08 IST(12/12/2011)
West Indies Kierom Pollard hits a six to Jadeja during 5th and last ODI of the series between India and West Indies at The MA Chidambaram Stadium at Chennai. HT Photo by Vipin Kumar

It looked liked a strategy that nearly worked. Kieron Pollard had decided — one six an over is all that is needed to seal the deal. So, even though India had pocketed nine West Indies wickets, one man’s calculative hitting was taking the match to the wire.

Pollard scored in boundaries for the last five overs, taking a single only off the last ball. With 35 needed off 36 balls, all he needed were six hits over the fence. Thankfully for India, that didn’t happen.


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