Wednesday, March 7


Time deLisle's enjoyable piece on the anti-Tendulkar. A couple of excerpts:

McGrath faces one ball per match. He has played 239 one-day internationals and faced 236 balls.
If he bats, it means Australia are in trouble; if he passes 5, they lose.
His favourite opponents are New Zealand, whom he has pummelled for 37 runs at a rate of more than one a match (31 games). Against South Africa, he has managed only 12 runs in 39 games.

Meanwhile, rediff sensationalises this issue that is not so new anymore, (and kartikeya writes about it)

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