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Brendon, Chris and Sanath: Three Innings at Mount Everest

March 16, 2016

Quotable Quote from Andrew Miller

“Certainly, this was not a humiliation to rival England’s last most sensational beating on the world stage. Brendon McCullum’s shellacking in the Cake Tin at last year’s World Cup retains a special pride of place in the annals of English global failure, on a par with Sanath Jayasuriya’s onslaught at Faisalabad in 1996 for the manner in which it exposed a whole regime’s philosophy for open ridicule.” ….. review of the T20 match between West Indies and England at Wankhede stadium in Mumbai on Wednesday 16th March with title “‘Naive’ England given a life lesson”

chris-gayle-in-ICC-t20-world-cup Gayle–Pic fr. www.olympicsupdate.com

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