Should I write about my irregularity at your blogs?
Or should I scribble my thoughts that have been ruining my mind since last two days?
Or should I write about my last night’s experience of suffering from the power cut?
Or should I pour the feelings that have been wrenching my heart at the moment?
Well, better I would go with the last one.
Yes, I’m in all pain. Though my tears are not out now, they were surely there on their way a moment back. What makes my mind now?
It isn’t a personal problem. It isn’t a professional problem. I don’t know whether you feel silly, if I say that the one thing that has been haunting me since few minutes is the result of today’s cricket match between India and Australia at Hyderabad.
Yes, this post is all about cricket. If you don’t have any interest, please drop out here itself. And to give you a quick message: I have been spending busy time, and unable to adjust my time for blogging, and that has been the reason for my absence at your blogs. Please let me have my time and come back to you, thank you.
Well, coming back to the subject of the post:
I must appreciate the efforts of Marsh, Watson, Sachin, and Raina for their incredible efforts to make this special day of cricket. The commentator use to say that finally cricket would win. And I’m inline with them now; today cricket has won over and above the talented Australians.
But I’m still unable to digest the fact that we have lost the game!!!
We lost it and that is it!!
After all, one should win and the other should accept the pain. Let us accept it. This is how the universe moves!
Congratulations to the master, Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar, on reaching some very huge milestones of is cricketing career. Hope to see many more from you my dear sir. All the very best.
One quick question to the critics who barrel their comments at the little master, Sachin Tendulkar, saying that his century in the second innings has never won a game for India, except VERY few times.
Is it Sachin’s stupidity to make a century in a game or is it the stupidity of his critics who blame him even after contributing his best?
Apart from the match, the only lose that I see from his today’s encounter is the way he has lost the chance to make a winning shot. Had he knocked that he would have been the happiest man, I believe. The anguish could be felt in his eyes.
Any way, thank you for making my evening Sachin.
I want to be specific here. I would expect to read a point to point discussion in the comments section, if at all you want to write anything. To be frank, I’m not expecting much response to this post. If at all you want to say any thing, please only mention about the question asked above. But please don’t step in to other areas, by mentioning about his age, his retirement, his that…his this…etc. I believe, no one can be as best as him to talk about these issues.
Finally, we lost the match by just little margin. Any way, I always said, and I reiterate:
India can beat any team on it’s day and can lose to any team as well. Whatever you do, we love you guys. Play well and win the hearts. We are with you.