Monday, January 18, 2010

Its Sachin’s century, which saves India (day2, India vs. Bangladesh 1st test)




Its once again Sachin Tendulkar’s century, which saves India from scoring a poor total against Bangladesh in the first test match on day 2. Do not forget India tops the ranking of ICC test playing nations currently and Bangladesh is lower at the bottom, this proves cricket is a game, depends solely on a given day’s performance and not on the records. Sensible Knock by Sachin Tendulkar saves India to a descent total of 243/10 on the morning of day 2. Only other player or batsman who batted well is Sehwag, a good knock of 52 of 51 balls. Day 2 ended up with India ending in 243 and Bangladesh at 59 for the loss of three wickets. Its Sachin’s 44th century, which rescued India. Day 2 was almost interrupted by bad light since morning. Let’s hope India make a victory here and stay on top spot for some more time.

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