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India defeated Netherlands in the ICC World Cup 2011 match

India, today, defeated Netherlands in the world cup match held at Delhi. With this win, India is now virtually into the quater-finals of the ICC World Cup 2011.

The result of the match held today was not surprising as world no 1 test team India was predicted to win convincingly against the Netherlands.

However, Netherlands gave India the upset scare when they took 4 Indian wickets in quick succession.  That was the time of the match where each member of the audience were on the edge of the seats.

Netherlands made the fans believe that they can also win the match. Their dreaming of winning against India was however halted by Indian Star batsman Yuvraj Singh who scored his back to back half century along with a solid bowling contribution  that made him man of the match once again.

The match begin today with Netherlands batting first.  Although Netherlands fought against India, they could not hold against the Indian attack as they crumble their wickets. Netherlands at the end of their innings scored 190 .

When India started their batting, the local fans prayed to see India hit the runs in boundaries.

Indian batsman Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar didnt disappoint the fans as they batted through the overs hitting boundaries all over the field.

The slopping of Indian Innings began after the first wicket fall. India lost 4 quick wickets all of a sudden that made the match very thrilling.

At the end though, the partnership of Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni, took the team home. Yuvraj singh was awarded Man of the Match for his brilliant half century and wickets with the bowl.

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