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Discussion in 'Asian Games 2014' started by CLELY, Sep 28, 2014.
A slender 1 pt lead, 17-16 for LD.
Wow, another amazing rally, won by LD, 18-16.
Wow, both players playing at a level we just don't see. Nice match.
LD suddenly playing solid. So nice to see.
So far , CL is playing better than I expected.
Wow, LD in 10th gear now.
This time LD wins the net.
I hate to say it, but LCW can't bring the best out of LD now. It takes CL playing at this level to bring the best out of LD.
20-16 to LD. These are effectively match points.
Excellent , LD is demonstrating how to play a young, fighting fit and very determined opponent.
Having shifted into his 7th hidden gear, LD's onslaught is slowly creeping into CL's nerves
One game apiece, 21-16 and LD forces the decider. The heat is on.
Looks like LD has burned a lot of CL's energy in game 2.
LD's patient manoeuvring game and sudden injection of pace is beginning to affect CL.
CL reads that one well, he's beginning to read LD's game.
CL's jump-smash is a killer.
Right, LD has burnt some of CL's energy as his opponent is not attacking as fiercely as in G1 and G2.
CL is playing in his highest standard today i believe. Smashes, defense and retrieving, pace, age-stamina relativity, you name it he's on top form
LD is god of badminton but if he manage to defend his title today, he is an "everlasting" god of badminton
Maybe CL received some pointers from Sun Jun before playing LD ?
Exactly, CL playing above himself, hellbent to beat LD.