Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Let's celebrate Sreesanth, says skipper Dravid

By John Cheeran
However unpalatable the truth may be, in this case an historic Indian with cruical contribution coming from fast bowler Shantakumaran Sreesanth, you have to accept it.
Some of them, who thinks the sun rises from Sourav Ganguly's posterior, wants to give the credit for India's 1-2-3 win to the Bengali left-hander.
Indian captain, and the Indian nation, do not think so.
Let's hear what skipper Rahul Dravid had to say on on Sreesanth, the man of the match.
"He bowled brilliantly for us. Obviously, he's a character, but he needs to be a bit careful. We wouldn't want him to miss a game."
Dravid chuckled when asked to comment on Sreesanth's celebrations after whipping Andre Nel for a straight six.
"I'd rather have him do what he did with the bat than what he did later. But I enjoyed his six. I enjoy everything when Sreesanth bowls well. He's a great character. A player like him, a character like him, needs to be celebrated and enjoyed."
Yes, you said it Dravid.
India must celebrate and enjoy its new heroes and send back old ghosts to graveyards as soon as possible.
Thank you Sreesanth for the wonders at the Wanderers.
Thank you Team India.

1 comment:

timepass said...

We are wrong you know... The sun actually rises from Mammootty posterior and sets on Mohanlal's :-) But you should check your posterior sometimes. The worms enter there and go straight to you head. They crap there, which straight away reflects on the stuff you put on your blog.

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