Each and every individual of the team and the team as a whole stands thoroughly exposed. shame on them! we call them greats when they can't perform in alien atmospheres and can only perform in flat home pitches. what happened to our great pace bowlers? they looked pedestrian and hardly posed any threat. Ishant and Harbajan deserve to be dropped. Let Tendulkar call it a day. We can not give him series after series to score his 100th ton. Dhoni looked bereft of ideas and save for the final test, looked thoroughly out of sorts with the bat. Why is it always the TN players made the scapegoats? while the whole team failed, why drop Mukund alone? Mukund is a lot better than Raina when it come to test cricket. They proved, they're not Gods or Heros as they made out to be and are mere mortals. Failure in an innings is ok and is understandable. failing time and again can not be digested by any means. Team India has shown the world that, they don't deserve to be world No.1 at all.
Re: Shame on the Men In Blue
by vijie sista on Aug 18, 2011 10:35 AM
Ram..TN players shoulnt be selcted at all... they cant even hold a bat...drop everyone in the team except dravid, gambhir, praveen..rest all r useless... and why is that moron tendulkar still in the team.. why cant teh selectors drop him...steve waugh was dropped from the one day side in 2002 after aus failed to qualify for the finals involving nz and sa.... when thye can drop a player like steve why cant india show the door to tendulkar.. agreed he is a fantastic player and once in a lifetime player but every player has to go one day... all good players retire when they are at their prime... right now he is just an emarassment for india... i know many of you wont agree with me but fact is a fact....