Sunday, August 23, 2009

The Ashes bet

Homer wins the Ashes bet. Doesn't matter if he didn't get the scoreline right (he called it 1-0 or 2-0 England; I called it 2-1 Australia). In the end, what matters is that he was right about England being able to put one over Australia.

Congrats Homer! Bloody Mumbai-wallahs have a way of winning.

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Blogger Homer said...

What to do? We are like this only..Dont mind haan! :)

Cheers,

4:37 PM  
Blogger josef_kaye said...

Well I'm a Bombay boy and I called it 2-1 for Aus as well, so that should make yu feel better :-)

12:07 AM  
Anonymous duckingbeamers said...

While most of my Ashes predictions proved wrong, I did get the 2-1 result down right. (Might have something to do with my Bombay roots as well.)

1:53 AM  
Blogger vijayanand said...

Shane Warne – The best bowler Australia has ever produced has opened up his mind to the media. He exposed his discontent regarding umpires. According to the ace spinner barring a few exceptions like Simon Tauter and ASAP Rauf other umpires went awry in terms of performance .Expressing disappointment that the standard of umpiring has deteriorated to the worst extent in the past twenty years of time he opined that though umpiring was a hard job, the performances of the umpires in the Ashes series had been consistently so ordinary. As far as Warne is concerned umpire Billy Bowden whom he expected to deliver correct judgments was also not consistent in performing his duty.
The spinner repents that there are too many instances of such bad judgments, which is increasingly becoming a cause of concern. He directly made a mention of names of umpires Daryl Harper and Billy Bowden, accusing them to be adamant in not confessing their wrong judgments. He also tried to strengthen his claim by mentioning that several players were not having a good opinion about those umpires in their minds. Warne insisted that the umpires should maintain a friendly attitude towards the players by shedding their high-handed attitude Warne also expressed his view repetitively that fifty over match should be withdrawn once for all as if such a change is brought about it would enable the players to spend more time with their families and relieve them from exhaustion.

8:57 AM  
Blogger Samir Chopra said...

JK: Thanks, that does make me feel better!

Homer: What to do, indeed!

DB: Nice work, right down to the correct score. Would you like to share the reasoning behind your prediction?

3:03 PM  

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