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The second day of the First Test Match between South Africa and Australia was a day when wickets went down like prices of Petrol increase in Pakistan. What made the Aussies turn this day into one of the most spectacular one? Get the sarcastic side of one of the most amazing batting collapses in recent times...
The recent Test match between South Africa and Australia at Newlands was mind-boggling. The second day started with the first innings continuing and ended with the fourth innings. A whopping 23 wickets fell on the second day of one of the most bizarre batting collapses by the two teams. 23 WICKETS! That’s almost two and a half innings of test cricket! I wasn’t watching the test match, I was watching Japanese anime and no one dares to disturb me when I’m watching anime. But my dad came and told me, “Ustad, tumhari South Africa to Pakistan ki tarah khel rahi hai”. I thought maybe they’re having a collapse but sooner or later someone would come and get them out of it. When the anime ended, I started another episode, but I decided to have a look on the scorecard. I was shocked to see South Africa bowled out for a mere 96. “Well, that’s another Test in Australia’s pocket!”, I thought and resumed watching the anime. I was tired of Australia winning everything they put their hands on.
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Can the lackluster Sri Lankan batsmen step up and put on a better and decent show?
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After his move from Inter Milan to the Catalan Giants in 2009, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has proved himself the most controversial player of recent times who played for Barcelona. After leaving Barcelona in 2010, he reveals another controversy through his Autobiography, which was published recently.
AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has directed an expletive-ridden outburst at Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola and the Barcelona Boss in his autobiography (JAG AR ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC).
Staying on the true side and accepting his bad-boy image in the book, Ibrahimovic also describes a series of controversies with other players and coaches during his career.
A glorious era in cricket journalism comes to an end. A man so dauntless, so perceptive, so full of knowledge and wisdom is no more;,the acclaimed cricket writer Peter Roebuck,55, has been found dead at a hotel in Cape Town, South Africa.
According to one report, Roebuck appeared to be in a disturbed state last night. He was spoken to by police in his room on the sixth floor of the Southern Sun Hotel, Newlands, in Cape Town about 10pm.
Roebuck,who scored more than 17,000 first class runs, was instrumental in the departure of West Indians Viv Richards and Joel Garner, as well as England captain Ian Botham, from Somerset during his tempestuous reign as captain in the late 1980s.
It has emerged today that the Pakistan Cricket Boards Chairman, Mr Zaka Ashraf has written to his BCCI counterpart, Mr N Srinivasan and asked to look at a tour in the near future.
Its been reported that he has said it is time the neighbouring nations re-start their cricketing ties.
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The true surreal nature of the contest was summed up by Alan Border in commentary remarking that he had batted in an innings longer than this Test had indeed lasted. A game so full of the bizarre and freakish, ended with sanity being restored with South Africa brushing the rust off their 1st innings all round performance. To truly victimise an inept Australia.