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Graeme Smith: Superglued to the Toilet Seat and Flailing to Get Off

July 30, 2012


By SB Tang Graeme Smith is a left-handed South African batsman. When he arrives at the crease, he sets up to face the bowling with the toe of his back foot in line with his off-stump. As the bowler runs in, he squats down so low that, for a brief moment, you could be forgiven […]

Misbah’s New Pakistan: From Probable Impossibilities to Mere Impossibilities

April 19, 2012


By SB Tang September 24th, 2007. Pakistan face India in the final of the inaugural World Twenty20 tournament at the Wanderers in Johannesburg. India set Pakistan a target of 158 for victory. In the eighth over of Pakistan’s innings, Younis Khan, one of Pakistan’s most dependable batsmen with a Test average in excess of 48, […]