It was a pretty good year for us. We played 15 Test matches and lost two, so it wasn't all bad.The problem for him was that those two test matches lost Australia the series. It is a bit like Ganguly proclaiming that India played so many one-dayers in the 2003 World Cup and lost only two, both to eventual winners Australia. The fact that one of them happened to be the final is not worth considering, perhaps. Mark Taylor would no doubt have invited derision if he'd said something similar about the 1996 World Cup when Australia only lost two games, one of which was a forfeit and the other was the small matter of the final, both games going to Sri Lanka, the eventual winners. Martin Crowe would have found it very tough to mollify New Zealand's supporters by claiming that New Zealand's 1992 World Cup campaign wasn't too bad, considering the team lost only two games, both to Pakistan, the victorious team.
Uttar Pradesh are the Ranji Trophy champions
Inzamam needs to have a rethink
God or whoever, make the axe fall away from Gangul...
Peter Roebuck hates lefties
Pakistan continues the target setting trend
6-day Tests? Why not 7 or 8?
A great leveller?
Celebrating the keepers
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