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We want Cricket World Cup 2011 for Sachin: Indian fans
Super Saturday is here! Its India vs Sri Lanka - the final of ICC 2011 World Cup. The Men in Blue, fighting like tigers under MS Dhoni will face off against the doughty Sri Lankans in Wankhede stadium in Mumbai. Fans want nothing less than a victory.
THE D-day has arrived. All eyes are on Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, where India vs Sri Lanka World Cup 2011 final match will be played after a short while. Indian fans are encouraging their heroes for the revenge of the defeat of 1996 Cricket World Cup semi final match at the hands of the Lankans.

A group of fans at India Gate said, "we have fortune of Dhoni, storm of Sachin - Sehwag, courage of Gambhir - Yuvi, abilities of Bhajji - Zaheer, sensation of Raina - Kohli, what they have? None of them have power to stop us. Cricket World Cup trophy is exclusive for the Indians."

An executive in an MNC, Md. Naeem said, "India is performing like a champion. We defeated big teams such as Australia, Pakistan. Record is in our favour. And above all we deserve this trophy. We have the copyright of this trophy. No one can beat us."

Manish Wagle, an accountant in Mumbai said, "Mumbai is Sachin's home ground, Sachin is going to be 38 this April and the count of 3+8=11, 1+1=2, final is on April 2. Sachin born in 1973 and the count of 1973 is also 2. So, everything is going in favour of our hero Sachin Tendulkar. We will win the India vs Sri Lanka World Cup 2011 final."
 

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