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    November 05, 2006

    You don't see this often

    We have heard Australia losing, but not often do we get to see McGrath giving away 22 runs off his first 2 overs. I am not joking - it has happened and it's been Gayle all the way till now in the Champions Trophy final at Mumbai. I love this - just as I write this here, Gayle is dismissed and West Indies have galloped to 80/3 in 9.4 overs with Bracken accounting for all three.

    Update 1: Now the McGrath we know...

    Update 2: Even better now. McGrath turns red and its definitely dangerous for West Indies (88/4 in 15 overs).

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    Ever reliable - turns 2 over for 22 into 7 overs for 24! Unbelievable!

    By Anonymous Anonymous (06-Nov-2006, 4:23:00 AM)  

    Helped by some batting which made me wonder about a need for 11 potential brain surgeries.

    By Blogger Jagadish (06-Nov-2006, 10:36:00 AM)  

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