All the great things have to come to an end. Well, the big question is whether this saying would apply to team Australia, and if it does, then is it an end they deserve or is it just a slight detour the Aussies have taken from the path of glory for a while. If I would know the answers to these questions then I would have definitely been God.The fact is that the performance bars of the Aussies have fallen. The day they took all 5 days to win Test Matches against the lowly West Indian side tells us the sorry tale of the non penetrative Aussie bowling line-up. “When the Aussies smell blood they go for the kill”, well, looks like this Australian team has either forgotten this saying or has lost its killer instinct. There were at least two instances of them smelling blood in the recently concluded Border-Gavaskar Trophy in India. The 1st instance was on DAY 3 at Bangalore, the venue for the first of the 4 test test series. The Aussies had Indian reeling at 232 for the loss of 7 wickets. With Harbhajan and Zaheer at the crease and a deficit of close to… Read full this story
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