Some nice word-play to kick the semi-finals off –
Aadhe log Amla khaate nahi hai. Inka naam hi Amla hai.
— Vansh (@Nalayak_munim) April 4, 2014
Their hair was very hard to miss –
Everyone in South Africa got a haircut in middle of a powercut.
— Trendulkar (@Trendulkar) April 4, 2014
The brilliance of Virat Kohli spelt out perfectly –
Two kinds of cricket are played in India, Gali-cricket and Kohli-cricket
— Donald Duck (@WatDaDuck_) April 4, 2014
And some more of Virat Magic –
Virat Kohli scored 72 in 44 balls, with only 3 dot balls. Yes, only 3, dot, balls. *bows down*
— A muse sing (@LoKarloFollow) April 4, 2014
And some more –
Virat Kohli has always been good with chases, ..from the Tuition center to her home. Champion.
— GabbbarSingh (@GabbbarSingh) April 4, 2014
And some more because even Harsha Bhogle had to get a word in –
oh kohli! you do targets for dinner!
— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) April 4, 2014
People are already looking forward to the Final –
Waiting for India to repeat 2011, only in minimal overs with a last ball Dhoni 6.
— À La Ville De Satara (@AdvancedMaushi) April 4, 2014
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