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    March 23, 2005

    Inzamam and Ganguly - two captains under pressure

    After the Calcutta test, the captains of India and Pakistan continue to remain under tremendous pressure.

    Ganguly has not made enough runs in the recent past. Yes, he has got a few middle level scores and missed out on centuries twice against Bangladesh, but he needs to be more consistent to hold his own against the likes of Yuvraj and Kaif who're queueing up. He talks to Cricinfo about his batting and captaining India.

    Inzamam has not been short of runs and has looked extremely comfortable at the crease. The problem for him is that once he is out, the rest of the batting seems to become too vulnerable. Osman Samiuddin summarises Inzi's contribution to Pakistani cricket as the skipper plays his hundredth test.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 2:33 PM |
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