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India Cricket: 5 conspiracy theories why Team India failed in England


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1) In a mass séance, souls of Indian batsmen transposed into their English counterparts’ bodies. It’s no wonder, we have Kevin Pietersen batting like Sachin Tendulkar and Alastair Cook doing a Gautam Gambhir and Virender Sehwag—the best of both.

2) The cricketers’ families are being held hostage at gun-point by ex-SAS mercenaries. They will be released when the desired result is achieved—a 4-0 thrashing.

3) The Anti-Bookies Secret Society of India (ABSSI) launched a covert operation—in concert with the ICC—to drive illegal Indian bookies out of business. What were the odds on a 4-0 victory margin for the English? What were the odds on Sachin Tendulkar not completing his 100th international century? The matka kings are upset.

4) Duncan Fletcher is really a Pom spy leaking out vital weaknesses of key Indian players.

5) The BCCI believes that Test cricket is not a money-spinner like ODIs, T20 and the IPL. This is one way of fuelling disinterest in the longer format of the game. Why waste BCCI time and resources on scheduling Test tours? Very little bang for their buck.


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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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About LINUS FERNANDES

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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