The grapes are probably sour, but arent grapes sour?
The incredulous and pedestrain umpiring assisted Aussies get an unsailable lead in the four match series. India folded to a shameful 210 all out after taking 30 Aussies wickets. Aussies could manage less than half of it.
It would be soon 4-0. I think if the umpiring doesnt improve India would be trailing 4-0 by the end of third test. It never eves out in Aussies.Indians too helped the cause. I mean the batting was pretty ordinary. Tendulkar excelled only to show for the failure, guess he will bludgeon one more in the next test to get this off his back and show his mettle and cover for his failures in the final innings.Another point is whos the most bowled batsmen criteria being 5000 runs in test cricket. I think tendulkar would right there on the top of the list. The umpiring doesnt take away he lack lustre losing batting the India have displayed, with few overs to go they should have done better, but wasnt to be.
Yuvraj the planner.
Yuvraj will be or should be axed for the next test. I mean he has planned this as good as it comes. Atleasst he can accompany Deepika for some nice sight seeing. Yuvraj enjoy seeing the show, coz when u were on the show it looked pathetic. India will infuse new blood for the next match, axe is on Yuvraj. Dhoni made some runs and may be saved. Get sehwag there let him open, he may fail but what have the other done so far?
Hail the umpiring.
Anil Kumble should sent a thank you card to Bucknor, Benson and the third umpire for taking wrong decision and helping Aussie cause, meanwhile Indian can left to ponder over the amazement as to how they pulled defeat to their favour.
The next time Aussies come to India make sure u plan a square turner which spits venom right from first session of the first test. Lay a nice mat and jump over Ponting and CO and make sure you have earn good brownie points and they nod to affirmative to every appeal.