Is it an end to Australian dominance ?

India
December 23, 2008 3:26am CST
Ha Ha Ha !! Australians were thrashed by SA, And earlier by India , do u recon it to be an end to australian dominance in world cricket ?
3 responses
@Sheldon25 (193)
• Jamaica
24 Dec 08
Hello my take on this situation is Australia has reach the end of their reign in cricket but that does not make them a week team. they lost top class players regularly over the past year. My friend it happened to the West Indies in the past. I think the rest of the cricketing nation should have learn from this. If the Indians continue to call for key players to retire it could happen to them also.
• India
24 Dec 08
its not the retiring of the key players, just keeping those who plays, if we keep the non playing players in the team , then u can urself judge the state of the team whaas urs bet on it ...........
@Sheldon25 (193)
• Jamaica
24 Dec 08
Hello my take on this situation is Australia has reach the end of their reign in cricket but that does not make them a week team. they lost top class players regularly over the past year. My friend it happened to the West Indies in the past. I think the rest of the cricketing nation should have learn from this. If the Indians continue to call for key players to retire it could happen to them also.
@coolcat123 (4392)
• India
23 Dec 08
Aftr the retirement of Mc Grath Australian bowling lineup does seem to have that much quality as it used to have before.Most of the bownlers they currently have are quite unexperienced and new in cricket.In cricket you must be good in all the three compartments of the game, batting, bowling, and fielding.The thing which is trubling them are there bowling attacks.There bowlers haven't provided wickets at the right time when they are needed and due to which they have been loosing there most of the matches.