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    September 27, 2006

    Shastri on Indian woes

    Ravi Shastri throws more light on his views after the Indian debacle at Kuala Lumpur and seems to have valid points like Irfan's batting burden affecting his bowling, no backups if our middle order keeps failing, fiddling Sehwag's batting position and some more.
    Thus spake Ganesh @ 8:26 PM |
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    He's definitely right about Pathan's woes and Sehwag's batting order. However, as I've posted on my blog, I think he's horribly off the mark with his comments on experimentation in general and the relationship between Dravid and Chappell.

    By Blogger The Enigma (27-Sep-2006, 8:41:00 PM)  

    I think Shastri's quite right in pointing out that Dravid continuing to open when Tendulkar was back, was rather unwarranted. Dravid's role in the team in the last 2-3 years has been as a "finisher". It's perhaps a little too late to groom Sehwag to do that!

    By Blogger Jagadish (29-Sep-2006, 6:03:00 PM)  


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