Wake up Javed Miandad ! Slam your Security rather than Chris Broad!

Come On  ! Javed Miandad !…you’re slamming Chris Broad for his slamming your lapses in security for the Cricket Teams and Umpires in Lahore !

Get Real, Javed !…Chris Broad’s life was on the line and you want him to go by the Book and the ICC Code when expressing himself on the terrorist attack on the buses of the Sri Lankan Cricketers and the Umpires !

Media Reports state that Broad lay on top of the wounded fourth Umpire,Ahsan,to shield him….he calls it like he saw…that the security assigned to protect them actually deserted them during the attack….probably because five of the policemen had been shot dead…they were no match for the terrorists

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A Chris Broad inspired Cricketing Thought for Tuesday

Methinks both our Openers,Ishant Sharma in Bowling and the Debutant,Murali Vijay in Batting should thank the Match Referee,Chris Broad for banning Gautam Gambhir for one test match for elbowing Shane Watson deliberately in the field of play

With back to back Centuries,Gautam Gambhir was in prolific form and would have loved the Nagpur Track and was a strong and leading contender for the Man of the Series and the luxurious Toyota Altis Car that went with it.

Gambhir had to sit out the Nagpur Test as the ICC adjudicator also upheld the ban…..Ishant Sharma went on to take some more wickets taking his tally to 15 for the series and was declared the Man of the Series and won the Toyota Altis

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I C C ..International Cricket Council….or International Cricket Cowards !?…Popularising or Polarising Cricket ?

Chris Broad,the Match Referee in the ongoing third cricket test match between India and Australia at New Delhi,has just announced a one test match Ban for Gautam Gambhir for his elbowing Shane Watson on being provoked by the latter

‘Gambhir’ in Hindi  means ‘Serious’ and such physical aggression is certainly not cricket ! It’s a serious matter….Gambhir has been earlier penalised for his Spat with Pakistan’s Afridi in an ODI…Chris Broad says he could have given a two match ban but the Umpires said that he was provoked by Watson

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