It's a moral victory, coming to Australia and not letting them beat us comfortably.Three things to remember, Mahi.
I don't believe in moral victories. It's really crazy, I don't know why people talk about moral victories.The last thing the team needs right now is people publicly disagreeing with each other. The Australian media are having a field day, writing about a schism in the side following Ganguly's omission from the one-day squad. I have no idea why Indian news channels extend their 'exclusive' chats with the likes of Ponting, Clarke, etc. to asking them about India's one-day side. Obviously Ponting isn't going to let go an opportunity to create some more confusion. So on his 'exclusive' chat with NDTV yesterday [Can't find a link to the video], he said
I am surprised and shocked that he is not in the side because right through this Test series, he has certainly looked good with the bat.Why're the likes of NDTV or Times Now still having exclusives with Ponting and Clarke, when they both were significantly responsible for the controversies at Sydney 2008?
What not to do when playing Australia
The outcome of Sydney 2008
Time for the BCCI to ban Harbhajan?
Why India lost at Sydney
"I know he's bowled, but is he out?"
A sobering thought
Such a ridiculous stat
2007: The year of the minnows?
Four years wasted
Will the match ref step in please?
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