team india's t20 worldcup selection...

shared by straight point on Friday, March 26, 2010

...can be summed up as...

spray and pray...

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Wasim said...


Who are the reserve players?

straight point said...

i don't know whether you have asked a rhetoric question or you really want to know reserves... but anyways here are...

shikhar dhawan
murali vijay
manish pandey
robin uthappa
irfan pathan (batting allrounder)
manoj tiwari
abhishek nayar
saurabh tiwari
naman ojha (wk)
partiv patel(wk)

ramesh powar
pragyan ojha
amit mishra
murali karthik
munaf patel
umesh yadav

and this is just from ipl...

Wasim said...

Why would I ask a rhetorical question?

I really wanted to know if the selectors named a few players as reserves in case of an emergency.

I think they haven't, because the reserves usually are only four to five players.

straight point said...

don't take it otherwise wasim... it was my fault... i took it as 'is there any (worthy) reserve?' :)

A Bisht said...
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A Bisht said...

I'm disappointed by the team, as the selectors chose to include the unfit players rather than fresh fit players.

If even after organizing three IPLs the selectors cannot look beyond the fixed lot, then they are nothing but myopic.

straight point said...

yes anil... myopic is better and very apt word to describe our five wise men and specially CoS cheeka...

he has shown how conservative he is (time and again) unlike his batting...

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