Saturday, November 15, 2008

Happy birthday Gilly

Adam Gilchrist got a very good present last night.

His team, the All*Stars beat the number 1 side in the world:


Ahahahaha, Gilly's team won by 64 runs. This has made me very happy.

This exhibition match was for me, a great start to the season.

Michael Dighton and Adam Gilchrist got off to a great start, as they shared an opening partnership of 67.

But it was the great Justin Langer (52*) and the big-hitting Brad Hodge (65*) who gave the All*Stars the score of 203.

Australia got to a very slow start but then the return of Andrew Symonds who made 45, was definately the best run-scorer for the Australians.

But the All*Stars' bowlers just proved to be too much for them and were all out for 139.

Monday, November 10, 2008

India win series

India deserved it, I suppose.

Australia sucked and they were getting suckier by the minute. They got owned/thrashed/pwned/killed/murdered/slaughtered... you can call it whatever you want; they still lost.

India did it.

They beat number 1 and they are now number 2. Good job.

For the Australians...

Please lift your game up.

I'm getting bored with your performances. At one stage it was extraordinary and then BANG! two minutes later it went to shocking.




And I dare say...



And it takes a lot of bad playing for me to say that.

What happened to that arrogant Aussie spirit??

That's what I want. That's what Australians want.

We want to see aggression. We want to see that attacking performance.

We don't want to see slow over-rates. We don't want to see crap. We want to see what Australia does best when focused: Winning.