India vs South Africa: Twitter Reactions on the inexplicable Proteas approach for a draw
For that I know, A @MClarke23 would have gone for win, had he been skipper of Proteas. Poor. Poor from SA. Scared Chokers. #IndvSA
Ankur Kumar (@ankscricholic) December 22, 2013.
A cricket fan was left disappointed at South Africa’s cautious approach in the final few overs, pointing at the fearless attitude with which the Australians play their cricket.
Well i guess India ‘won’ the draw and South Africa ‘lost’ the draw ,if that makes any sense. Enthralling cricket though . #INDvSA #Ashes
Pranay Chopra (@pranaychopra) December 22,2013
This tweet expressed the obvious emotion among cricket fans around the globe, who expected South Africa to make more of an effort after making such a fist of it on the final day.
Famous quote- Cricket is life. The rest are mere details. What a test match! #IndvSA #testcricket
abhay nagarajan (@Abhay_Nag) December 22,2013
The general feeling after this test match is that this was one of the most exciting five days of cricket that a cricket viewer has been treated to in the longest time – nailbiting, and edge of the seat stuff.
2 min silence to all those who left the match thinking RSA will win it and went ahead to watch #Dhoom3 #SAvInd #IndvSA
Nimish Jain (@nimish131) December 22,2013
Another viewer saw the funny side of things and chose to take a dig at those who missed the epic game and went for this week’s mega release ‘Dhoom 3’.
GAME CHANGING MOMENT.. Man Of The Match:- Ajinkya Rahane.. #Rahane #Indvsa
Rahul gurgela (@RahulGuru777) December 22,2013
This tweet recognises the contribution of younster Ajinkya Rahane who ran the dangerous Frank du Plessis out with the hosts needing 16 runs to win, and looking set for victory. That was the point in the match which forced the South Africans to play with a greater degree of caution.
It’s a Sunday. A holiday. One of the most engrossing fifth-days-of-a-test you will ever see. And the stands? Empty. #IndvSA
Rahul Bose (@RahulBose1) December 22,2013
Actor and cricket enthusiast Rahul Bose couldn’t help but notice the empty stands at the Wanderers, even on such an engrossing day of cricket!
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