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Dilshan Smashes Kittens.
January 6, 2009, 11:29 am
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The evil bastard!

He scored 162 at nigh on a run a ball in the 1st innings, then set up a huge fourth innings total for the ‘deshis to chase, with 143*, averaging 305 for the match.   Nice..

That wasn’t enough for they psycho killer (Qu’est-ce que c’est ?), na na na na na na na… No, he then had to take 4/10 off his rotten off-spinners.

What an evil shit bag.

He averages a mere 70, with 4 of his 7 centuries coming against the mighty Rhodesia and East Pakistan.

Dilshan really needs to start picking on people his own size (metaphorically anyway, he’s a skinny little lad, who’d get a good hiding in real life)!

What we’re basically saying, is we like Dilshan, we loved him when he took 3 run out chances in an ODI innings against Australia a few years back, but we’d like to see you do it against Australia, South Africa, Pakistan and a bit more against The England..

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Ya, Dilshan is brilliant player. He is like Suresh Raina. He has done good so far against India and good to see same against Bangladesh. But I will not count this stats as they are made against a very low graded teams.

Comment by Hitesh

He is… He averages 50 against India, 30 against Australia and less than 20 against Zuid Afrika.

Comment by Suave

That is what I told you. He is having good avg. against India but it is comparitively low against Aussies, RSA.

Comment by Hitesh

punk scored another ton in the second innings as well. there should be a 2 for 1 deal with playing bangladesh. if you score a ton, it should be recorded as a 50.

Comment by Sunny

there are certain players who really enjoy PBs against india. matthew hayden, salman butt, younis khan come to mind. can’t buy a run against anyone else but its gravy time against india.

Comment by Sunny

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