As calls for doing away with the older generation gathered a thunderous volume, Sehwag became the first to be 'muted.' Many still though believe he can stage a magical return.
They say one every cricket fan must visit The Lord's once in his lifetime. This author feels everybody, regardless of inclination towards sports, ought to behold this panoramic venue.
India needs Indian players. Obvious? How then is it not obvious that the same is not applicable to a coach - someone who can be of any nationality as long as he can bring out the best in the side?
Passion and criticisms are directly proportional to each other in the realms of Indian cricket. Sadly, neither can guarantee a solution to ever-lasting winning streaks.
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