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 Had I won that match (against Australia) and lost the final I would not have been disappointed. 
— Shahid Afridi is disappointed to lose against Australia despite scoring 191 runs in the semifinal / May 19, 2010
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 I was disappointed for the boys; no doubt they were the best team right through the tournament but they stumbled at the last hurdle. They should be proud of the way they conducted themselves. Of course you would like to be there, but I made the decision I made for all the right reasons. I was finding it increasingly difficult to play all three formats of the game the way I wanted to. 
— Ricky Ponting is proud of the Australian cricket team despite losing in the final of the 2010 Twenty20 World cup / May 19, 2010
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 We've seen a great game here, and I'm looking forward to another thriller in the final. England are on top of their form. It's just a matter of holding your nerves in the final. But the way Australia played today, they are very dangerous. When you have such momentum with you it's always handy. They played like champions. They haven't won the Twenty20 yet, but this is their opportunity - and I think they're going to come really hard at the English team. 
— Waqar Younis on Australia playing England in the final of the Twenty20 World Cup / May 14, 2010
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 I thought that set the tone, and then Hussey did the real damage. I still can't believe it. It was an unbelievable innings; you just don't see many like that around. I can't really blame anyone. I thought we bowled pretty well and batted outstandingly. It's just that the Australians were too good for us today. 
— Waqar Younis after Pakistan lost to Australia in the semifinal of 2010 Twenty20 World Cup despite scoring 191 / May 14, 2010
 All you can do is just smile about it. I thought we did our best. What else can you do? I don't think we went wrong anywhere. We did a good job, but you've just got to give credit to the Australians for the way they batted. They kept the momentum with them all the way, especially Cameron White's innings. 
— Waqar Younis after Pakistan lost to Australia in the semifinal of 2010 Twenty20 World Cup despite scoring 191 / May 14, 2010

 I'm not the kind of batsman who can go in and clear the ropes from the first ball so to start with I was just trying to give the strike to Cameron [White]. Then it came to the stage where every ball had to go and you just have to try. Even I wasn't that confident we could do it. 
— Michael Hussey after he scored 60*(24) to help Australia defeat Pakistan in the semifinal / May 14, 2010
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 This was just a freakish performance from an unbelievable cricketer. When we lost a few wickets it was always going to be hard to chase that total. Then I just couldn't watch the last over after Mitchell got a single. I was in the dressing room and heard cheers so knew it was a six, then another one and I thought: 'What's going on?' 
— Michael Clarke after Australia beat Pakistan, chasing 197, in the semifinal of the 2010 Twenty20 World Cup / May 14, 2010
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 I can believe it because of the guy sitting beside me, [Hussey] and White had an amazing day. I honestly felt Pakistan scored 15 runs too many. But you just can't write us off, with the class and experience we have in the team. 
— Michael Clarke after Australia beat Pakistan, chasing 197, in the semifinal of the 2010 Twenty20 World Cup / May 14, 2010
 I think that's probably the best feeling I have ever had on a cricket field. Particularly in such a big game when I was having so many doubts, I had a feeling it wasn't going to be our day - when balls kept lobbing over us in field. Before today hitting the winning runs in the Adelaide Test against England was pretty special, but I think this tops it. 
— Michael Hussey after scoring an unbeaten 60*(24) in their semifinal victory against Pakistan in the Twenty20 World Cup / May 14, 2010
 We perhaps lost it in the last over but Ajmal has bowled really well in this tournament. The way the White and Hussey played…they played a mature and good innings. 
— Shahid Afridi after losing to Australia in the semifinal of the Twenty20 World Cup / May 14, 2010

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