Posts Tagged ‘India’
ENGLAND head into this morning’s third Ashes test knowing victory will secure them the miniscule trophy.
The generations of England supporters reared on Ashes defeats will quite rightly celebrate the inevitable victory (even if it does not come in the third test) with much gusto.
But the poor showing so far from Australia should render the victory anhedonic. Read the rest of this entry »
FOR the third time running the World Twenty20 was an unqualified success.
For the first time ever the England limited-overs cricket team was an unqualified success. Read the rest of this entry »
HAVING fought so hard to escape with draws at Centurion and Cape Town, it was disappointing to see England collapse so abjectly at Johannasberg.
But that should not detract from what has been a relatively successful tour for England. Read the rest of this entry »
SOMEHOW, somewhere England have become very good at cricket.
An innings victory over South Africa, the team ranked number two in the world, is a serious achievement.
Stuart Broad, who looks and increasingly bowls like the product of a successful Aryan experiment, added the scalp of Mark Boucher to his three day-four wickets, which he claimed without the batsmen even attempting to hit the ball.