15 April 2006

No problem

No Sachin, no Sehwag, no Kaif, no Dhoni, no problem. The Indian one-day team is just going from strength to strength. Imagine that half of the established stars in your favourite team in your favourite sport are not there for the match against opponents that just defeated the world number 1 team... harrowing thought, no? Well... the Indian team didn't care and beat them with a bunch of youngsters...

भारतीय टीम के खिलाफ़ खेलने वालों की वाट लगी हुई है, कोई भी नया बंदा टीम में आता है और मार कर चला जाता है, और गेंदबाज़ भी पहले आते हैं बैटिंग के लिए। तीन साल पहले कोई पेस बोलर नहीं था टीम मे, अब ६ हैं जिन्हे हम खिला भी नहीं सकते।

3 comments:

Rajesh Warrier said...

Hindi mein jo likha hai - sahi likha hai. Kahaan se mila yeah - mein poora article padhna chahoonga ;-) !!

But coming to the topic of the team's performance this new face speaks volumes about the growing resilience under a new team management led by skipper Rahul Dravid and coach Greg Chappell.

And btw - belated Vishuaashamsagal :D

Mosilager said...

വിഷൂ ആശംസകള് രാജെഷ്,
दुर्भाग्य से मैंने यह ख़ुद ही लिखा था, तो जितना आपने पढ़ा, उतना ही है। यदी आपको भी भारतीय भाषाओं मे लिखना है तो गूगल मे "ISIS Bangla" टाइप कीजिए। ISIS - Indian Script Input System.

People are never happy though, everyone is complaining about the test match form... we definitely need our openers to fire there but we haven't done too badly under the new management.

Rajesh Warrier said...

Hey that was cool !! Will definitely look in to it and try it out on my next post ;-).

Yeah I too think that our openers are still struggling and in tests we def. need to pull it up.