It doesn't get any bigger than India vs Pakistan in the World Cup semifinal. Ahead of the biggest game this season, Indian fans are leaving nothing to chance.
Man in the middle: A fan poses with cutouts of the Ind-Pak teams with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's cutout in the centre.
Cricket enthusiasts paint their bodies with the tricolour. The nation is extending its wishes through all ways possible.
Artist H S Gill from Amritsar shows off miniature art with a miniature trophy and flags of India and Pakistan on a pencil. That's called creativity.
A moment worth capturing!! An Indian team supporter exchanges greetings with a Pakistani team supporter.
Spreading a message of peace amid the frenzy, a boy paints both Indian and Pakistani flags on his face.
Fans wave a poster of Sachin Tendulkar at the Siddi Saiyed Jaali Mosque in Ahemedabad.(Image courtesy: AFP)
Students from Anjuman-E-Islam school pose with tri-colours for the India-Pakistan clash.(Image courtesy: AFP)
Pakistani seminary students hold a mass prayer service for victory on the other side of the border.(Image courtesy: AFP)
Artist Subala Moharana proves a point by building a sand sculpture and wishes India all the best!!(Image courtesy: AFP)
Chocolatier Konda Karthik shows off a chocolate World Cup trophy as young girls look on excitedly. Yummy!!(Image courtesy: AFP)
Customized car designer Sudhakar Yadav sits inside a vehicle shaped in the form of the World Cup trophy. Now that's some innovation!!
Women apply vermilion to a horse carrying Suresh Rathod, a fan who resembles Sachin Tendulkar. That is Sachin's impact on the fans.
A young boy shows his craze for the sport and carries a collage of photographs of the Indian cricket team.
|1||pakistan cricket team||6||5||1||10|
|2||sri lanka cricket team||6||4||1||9|
|3||australia cricket team||6||4||1||9|
|4||new zealand cricket team||6||4||2||8|
|5||zimbabwe cricket team||6||2||4||4|
|6||canada cricket team||6||1||5||2|
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