Jammu and Kashmir
Thursday, June 20, 2013
Lows of World Champs
Plunder Down Under
After an enterprising series wins against England and West Indies, Dhoni’s tough time aboard in Tests aggravated. This time Down Under, chinks in the ‘The Wall’ emerged after the famed batting line – up crumbled further as the Test series went on. Dravid was clean bowled 6 times during the series. While Hifenhaus and Pattinston basked under their new found glory, Captain Clarke (329 not out at SCG, 210 at Adelaide Oval), David Warner (whirlwind 180 at WACA) and finally Ricky Ponting (221 at Adelaide Oval) showed the Indians who are the real bosses.
During the Commonwealth Bank series, everyone expected India to make it to the finals but even in the ODI format disappointment greeted the Indian fans. Off the 8 matches played, India could only muster 3 wins as opposed to 4 losses and tie. Only bright spot was Virat Kohli’s superlative effort of 133 runs off 86 balls at Hobart.
Flipping fingers from Kohli, Ishant and the Go-Kart timeout also added a sour taste to the tour debacle, not to forget the anticipation of a certain legend’s certain milestone.
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