what i learnt from pakistan's tour of england...

shared by straight point on Friday, September 24, 2010

that, technically speaking, players can be suspended for bowling no-balls...

that henceforth any team that score slowly in two overs when they should be looking to 'up the ante' shall invite immediate investigation by icc...

that an unknown journalist's word carries more weight in icc's eye than the president of an associate board...

finally... icc is willing to run cricket at the whim and fancy of tabloids...

3 comments:

A Bisht said...

Match fixing and spot fixing appears to be a "product of convenience" of Pakistan Cricket. Obviously it appears to be their own creation.

Why is that every time Pakistani team fares bad or is in some trouble, these fixing issues raise their heads.

So as you said, it appears the world is taking indirect cues and ignoring the direct evidence.

Can't it be that: Pakistanis can't take defeat in a dignified manner?

straight point said...

ab... its not pakistanis who have raised the issue this time... :)

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