Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Indians, surprisingly rubbish at cricket

I was on a mode of public transport today. I was trying to understand an Indian newspaper, but, by gad! they don’t make it easy over here.

The newspaper situation has improved significantly since coming to Mumbai. Although the headlines in the Delhi Times were hilarious, the actual content was unintelligible.

I was reading the snazzy Mumbai Mirror on a bus, and a bloke next to me smiled and stabbed his creaking finger at a picture of Virender Sehwag.

“Sourav Ganguly” said he.

“Er… No. Sehwag,” said I.

“Who?”

Like I say, Indians are a bit rubbish when it comes to cricket.

6 comments:

Straight Point said...

were yo in Kolcotta...???

coz only in kolkotta this can happen ;-)

The Atheist said...

Bombay.

I think that people from Twickenham know more about Indian cricket than people from Mumbai. As a general rule.

R. Thirucumaran said...

What's your take on the EPL? Mine's here (http://offcutter.blogspot.com/2008/07/epl-right-royal-joke.html)

godof86 said...

I am sure this was a stray incident. a one-in-a-million. I doubt if you would see the same thing happening if you try again with another arbitrary person on the streets.

The cricketing headlines in Indian newspapers, though, are not. Cringe-worthy, in one word.

Neno Cricket said...

I think you should give a lens and tell again to see him.

My neno tips !

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