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Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Superb work

...by Yuvraj.

This game seems to be India versus India, really. Part of the team trying to give it away, the other part trying to claw it back. It's finally down to whether our bloody-mindedness is strong enough to squash even our own generosity.

9 Comments:

  • What can any Captain do if four of his bowlers go for 125+ in under 18 overs

    By Blogger Ravi1010, at 10:06  

  • What can any Captain do if four of his bowlers go for 125+ in under 18 overs

    By Blogger Ravi1010, at 10:06  

  • ravi, when VS was doing well with his bowling (4 overs for 14 runs), why was he taken out? There are lots, by the way that SG could have done. This is not his debut series as captain, where he can afford to make so many mistakes and still blame everyone but himself when defeat beckons.

    By Blogger Toney, at 10:09  

  • ravi,
    when after 10 overs, nzealand had scored 81 runs, the question is why ganguly gave them another 8 overs.

    By Blogger JK, at 10:12  

  • Yuvi breaks through...As I have been saying, SPIN is the way ahead...maybe Rahul Dravid should come out and bowl spin as well...

    By Blogger madhugr, at 10:15  

  • What are the options available for SG? 16 overs has been bowled by IP, AA, AN. Yuvi has another 4 after this and HS has 3 more. 3 overs have to be bowled by his pace bowlers. I feel they should be left for the end-overs. YS and HS should bowl now and complete their quota.

    By Blogger madhugr, at 10:23  

  • Bhajji must get a couple here now, he has done nothing of note in the past 2 series and if part time spinners can do so well bhajji must either bowl 3 overs for under 10 runs or get a couple of wickets, best would be if he could do both !!!

    As i post he gives 9 in his over, and somebody get AN off the field pls

    By Blogger Avinash, at 10:27  

  • I've never seen Dravid been so out of it...with the bat as well as in the field. I know this is just 1 drop but usually he has been pretty much inconspicous.

    By Blogger ClannZĂș, at 10:51  

  • I meant Dravid has been inconspicuous on the field..usually he is more involved.

    By Blogger ClannZĂș, at 10:53  

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