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We are the champions !!!!!


Huhooooooo! Yeah, we're the champions! I saw the match at The Great India Place, Noida. I was expecting that there would be around 200-300 people watching the match on the big screen and was in shock to see more than 4000 people watching the match. It was fuckin' fun with cheerleaders, drunk people and vevuzelas. All the news channels were covering the event there.I alongwith other people stopped the entire traffic on the main Noida road and people inside their cars didn't mind that. Revellers got on top of cars and heavy vehicles passing by. There was madness on the roads. Never seen something like this in real. Had so far read about it in newspapers but always thought that those descriptions are exaggerations,but today was a part of those celebrations and it felt great. What an experience!
Ankit said…
Yipeeeeee!! We are the champions! Salute to team india.....we bleed blue!
raj alakshendra said…
YAHOOOOOOOOOOO .... we r champions ......

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