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Sunil Gavaskar: What he said, really meant and definitely did not


Sunil Gavaskar making a point

What he said:

“I would also like to suggest that there should be no water for bowlers at the boundary end.”

Former India opener, Sunil Gavaskar, is flabbergasted at the ICC’s decision to abolish runners for injured or cramping batsmen.The master bat believes that the rule should be extended to bowlers and fielders as well, levelling the playing field.

What he really meant:

“No runners for batters? What next?”

What he definitely didn’t:

“Let’s have substitutes for umpires, too.”

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I have been an IT professional with over 12 years professional experience. I'm an B.Sc. in Statistics, M.Sc in Computer Science (University of Mumbai) and an MBA from the Cyprus International Institute of Management. I'm also a finance student and have completed levels I and II of the CFA course. Blogging is a part-time vocation until I land a full-time position. I am also the author of three books, Those Glory Days: Cricket World Cup 2011, Best of Googli Hoogli and Poems: An Anthology, all available on Amazon Worldwide.

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