Jump to content

sarcastic

Members L2
  • Content count

    1,412
  • Runs

    60,070 
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Time Online

    79d 18h 14m 46s

About sarcastic

  • Rank
    The Analyzer
  • Birthday 12/12/1984

Recent Profile Visitors

3,022 profile views
  1. He was supposed to undergo on Sunday but he could not because it was very late when he arrived on Sunday (from his trip to Russia etc. ). There was no time to give that scheduled Sunday test. The test was taken eventually on 20th and he cleared it. If he is indeed lying about his test and too publicly on his official twitter account, he can easily be called for by media etc that he is lying but have you seen any media report after that tweet from Rohit. You would not have. Also, you would not find any reliable media or even credible sites such as Cricinfo have actually reported that "Rohit did take the Yo-Yo test and he failed it". There you get the answer. I know Rohit is inconsistent/lazy, slow starter and really painful player to support but it is another extreme to find reasons to undermine him at any available occasion.
  2. He has been a match winner for team India many times. He is consistent but certainly can win matches once in a while and that too did that in knockouts of WC/CT and in his initial WT20.
  3. sarcastic

    Ishant Sharma county performance thread

  4. sarcastic

    Siddharth Kaul

    I think we are being too harsh on Siddharth. He produced some good spells throughout but probably wilted under presure for this game.
  5. Narine's value is greatly augmented by his transformation as a hard-hitting opener in the last few IPLs. But I would say, he is very hit/miss, as in he cannot probably never make a century like Shane did today. On the other hand, Shane Watson's bowling needs improvement but his pace is what makes difference. That is, he is hard to go for too many because of his pace even if he is not that skilled at it like Narine.
  6. He has done it by winning it for Rajasthan 10 years ago and now he is doing it again for CSK. Whataplayer.....
  7. You must know that Palanisamy or whoever it is no match to CB Naidu. The former cannot even tie shoe laces of the latter. Pls don't embarrass CSK with ur comparisons.
  8. Is it fake or is it real>
  9. sarcastic

    1st Test at Lords - PAKISTAN TOUR OF ENGLAND

    Muhammad Amir running through England line up.
  10. sarcastic

    Watch out for Robin uthappa in remaining matches.

    Next season, they should make Uthappa captain and see the results.... Uthappa has the potential to be very good and he played a cricket world cup at a young age of 21. He still has it in him to be a good wk batsman for team India.
  11. sarcastic

    Ishant Sharma county performance thread

    All his three wickets vs Somerset.
  12. sarcastic

    Khaleel Ahmed is impressive

    Yes, it is only an IPL game and his figures are not that impressive either, but I see tremendous potential in this young lad. He consistently clocks about 140-145 ish and has impressive bounce. He can be groomed to be the answer for India's woes for lacking decent left arm fast bowling option in test/ODI setup.
  13. sarcastic

    Rani Durgavati

    Both statements are not really linked with each other. Every king (or wanna be emperor) attacks kingdoms, be it of one's own religion or otherwise like Babur attacked Lodi or Satavahana attacked a lot of other Hindu kingdoms. Akbar attacked Gujarat Sultante, Bengal Sultanate, Shah Mir dynasty (i.e. Kashmir Sultanate) and many others and ensure Mughals rule over majority of India ( mostly only North India in his time)> He also attacked Hindu kingdoms and probably more so because more so would have existed. None of this has to do with his own religious views. A secular person could also be power hungry or in positive terms an emperor who wants to unite everyone together under him.
  14. sarcastic

    Harbhajan signed as commentator by SKY for england tour.

    Agarkar is probably good with his cricketing analysis but I feel an air of "You know what, is n't it obvious>" whenever he speaks. Initially, I used to think that he is doing for a specific point he is making. When I look at the Cricinfo IPL videos, he always seem to talk like that.... He says something and suddenly.... you see his eyes going up and he starts to speak "But it has always been ....". I m not a great fan of his commentary and don't think he will gel with others in a jovial and relaxed manner that is expected in a test match comm box. Having said this, Bhajji might be worse choice... time will tell.
  15. I just went for a walk when it is 61 in last 6 overs. I come back to my desk... Alas..... 30 runs required of 1 ball with 6 wickets in hand.... You must be kidding me big time.... Are n't you.....RR

Guest, sign in to access all features.

×