Saturday, March 24, 2007

Dismal performance glooms Indian cricket

Here again. Lot's been written about Indian cricket team's dismal performance at the ongoing World Cup cricket tournament 2007. Quoting a fan at Caribbean island, "India should replace all the players in the team and give opportunity to new, fresh and energetic talent. We don't want players to give up easily but stand to their task".

Fans also went ahead attacking player’s rich and famous lifestyles. They yelled players, to stop endorsing brands and concentrate efforts on the task they ought to do.

India as a cricketing nation felt stranded at the hands of eleven, shattering their dream of winning the World cup to pieces. Now they are left at the mercy of unprecedented victory of Bermuda over Bangladesh.

While Dravid expressed the feeling of anonymity to players in the dressing room, Greg Chappell was reluctant to pin down or label anybody for the loss. He said, "Any comment at this point could be misconstrued and could result in unwanted situations".

BCCI headed by Sharad Pawar said, "We are going to meet after getting a report from the team manager and would give a serious thought to future course of action. Our future approach will be to concentrate for the 2011 World Cup."

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