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|April 19, 2005|
Sehwag has Bradman's genius
Like Bradman used to, Virender Sehwag, says Bob Woolmer, is able to dominate attacks and will do so all the while that he is prepared to be hungry at the crease.
Chance to start afresh
says Deepti Patwardhan.
|April 15, 2005|
The dashing batsman's single-minded aggression earned Pakistan its easiest of victories in the fifth ODI against India.
|April 14, 2005|
A break will benefit Ganguly
A couple of months of county cricket, says Javagal Srinath, will do the trick for the India captain.
|April 13, 2005|
Singling out the losing cause
Pakistan's singles tally has increased with every match. And if there is a key to Pakistan's victories, it is this, says Ashish Magotra.
Ganguly slowed up the momentum
Ganguly slowed up the momentum for his team while batting, those 15-20 runs missed at the crease could have panicked Pakistan, says Javed Miandad.
|April 11, 2005|
The toss is proving decisive
A healthy score on board always plays heavily on the minds of batsmen chasing the target, says Javagal Srinath.
|April 02, 2005|
India need to contain Afridi
A keen follower with a fair view of the game will see the imbalance between the bat and ball, says Javagal Srinath.
|April 01, 2005|
The tale of two talents
Failure spurs Younis Khan and success spurns Sourav Ganguly, says Ashish Magotra.