india fail to force the issue...

shared by straight point on Thursday, March 19, 2009

on two consecutive days running...
india fail to force the issue...
my latest post @ BCC!...

5 comments:

Sanjay Awasthi (Kinka) said...

I could not understand what indian players were waiting to revolve the score.
IN the past we have done well, Our moral is high, our players are in good form...we are in a good Position in ranking....sure, we made 50-70 less runs....

straight point said...

exactly kinka...we should have taken about 70 runs lead by being little proactive and looking for singles...the most important and most neglected aspect of any form of game...

maza786 said...

My observations of Imraan Khan are as follows:

- He plays that wristy sub-continental flick very well which can be defined as a personal strength.
- He plays every ball to merit but is renowned to be an attacking candidate by nature.

Yeah I also don’t rate Mcgain that well as he’s an oldie and club like rookie leg spinner. I would have recommended Krezja. He’s an attacking bowler and a wicket taker. Generally he’s good for the game as he speeds up run rates and wicket taking although he can be very predictable in patches. This just openly demonstrates the impact of Shane Warne’s departure on Australia’s bowling as a whole.

maza786 said...

Straight point please add on blogroll and come an share your views and expertise on MAZA786 as well.

straight point said...

your comment came out of blue for me...

nevertheless...welcome at SP...keep dropping by...will do the same...

blogrolled you... :)

about me...

BCC!straight point (sp) is restless... relentless... but a fun loving guy... likes to live life to fullest... trying to discover himself through cricket... welcome to this little world of his...

sp is also a bored member at BCC!

sp tweets

     


    © straight points
    straight points by sp is licensed under a creative commons attribution noncommercial-no derivative works 2.5 india license. based on a work at straightpoints.blogspot.com
    this blog takes no responsibility for statements posted by participants

    this blog is best viewed with Mozilla FireFox at a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels
    thanks for the visit!!