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    November 18, 2005

    Collingwood: "I was misquoted"

    Ok, this is gloating, but following yesterday's botched up runchase at Multan, will Paul Collingwood claim that he was misquoted when he talked about a 3-0 win for England against Pakistan?

    Mind you, Collingwood is most likely to be left out if skipper Michael Vaughan's injured knee recovers in time for Faisalabad. Shaayad uska faisla baad mein hoga? (That decision will perhaps be taken later, also a pun on Faisalabad, in case you didn't notice!)

    Update: In his BBC Sport column, Collingwood settles on 2-1 to England.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 8:53 PM |
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    haha thats a great pun!!

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