Sunday, January 21, 2007

Runs speak for Ganguly in Nagpur

By John Cheeran
I'm not the one easily enthused by individual performances in a team game. Still a much reformed Sourav Ganguly's comeback knock in the one-day international against the West Indies in Nagpur deserves unstinting praise.
Ganguly, welcome back to the top spot.
It is runs that win you matches and Ganguly has grabbed the chance to open the Indian innings on a beautiful batting track in Nagpur by belting 98.
It was unfortunate that Ganguly missed out on a century but he has won many more hearts with his refreshing approach to the team cause.
Gautam Gambhir too has intensified his efforts to be in the World Cup team by a rollicking half-century.
I hope Virender Sehwag is watching the scoreboard.

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