Total Domination

@amitgune (877)
India
June 8, 2011 9:47am CST
West Indies dominated cricket in the 70's and 80's. Australia did it the nexxt two decades. Now, the Australian domination seems to have ended. Will the next two decades be an era dominated by Indian cricket? Already, India seems to have put the right step forward and are now a formidable force in all forms of cricket. But will they be able to match the performance of the West Indies and the Australian teams of the past?
2 responses
@nobbsy123 (852)
• Australia
10 Jun 11
I guess time will tell. Yes India can be the dominate team over the next two decades, however South Africa will not be that far behind India in that area.
@amitgune (877)
• India
10 Jun 11
Actually South Africa seemed to be the team that could have taken the mantle away from Australia lobg back. But, their ability to play their worst cricket at the most crunch situations has always been their downfall. The chokers tag has stuck to them like a magnet sticks to iron.
@ravisivan (14055)
• India
8 Jun 11
No doubt the next decade will see India dominating the stage in one day cricket and also test cricket. But our boys have to continuously be on good spirits to achieve it. have a good day.
@amitgune (877)
• India
9 Jun 11
Yeah, I agree India should not be complacent. Moreover, the bowling department also appears a bit weaker. Also India constantly seems to be juggling around with the spinners. Sometimes they use Mishra, sometimes Ashwin and sometimes Chawla. Also the medium pacers are being shuffled consistently.