27
Nov
07

First Test – The Blame Game Starts

The coach: “I am disappointed with our entire batting order. Apart from Misbah who saved our first inning, no one including the captain (shoaib) was good enough.”

The captain: “Our batting and the weather let us down but we promise a ‘hard comeback’ in the second test!”

Shahid Afridi (sitting thousands of miles away from the first Test action at the Feroze Shah Kotla ground in New Delhi): “Shoaib was outstanding. But I am disappointed that Danish (Kaneria) didn’t take more wickets. The situation was tailor-made for him.”

Need we say more?

[Sourced from HERE and HERE]

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2 Responses to “First Test – The Blame Game Starts”


  1. 1 a s m a
    November 27, 2007 at 1:33 pm

    We need consistency in our batting. Since the days of Amir sohail, Saeed Anwar & Ijaz Ahmed when we used to have a very firm start of innings – I’m seeing a consistent inconsistency :\


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