Friday, December 14, 2007

118 குட்டீஸ் தல புராணம்

எங்க ஸ்டைல் என்னன்னா பேமஸ் பதிவர்கள் போடர பதிவுக்கு எதிர் பதிவு போடரது. சரி இன்னைக்கு தல பதிவு, கண்டிப்பா இது தல அஜித் பற்றிய பதிவு இல்ல.

சரி மொதல்ல நெட்ல சுட்ட ஜொக் ஒன்னு

நாணயத்துக்கு ரெண்டு பக்கம் இருக்கு.ஒண்ணு பூவு. இண்ணொணு தல!
இதுக்கு அர்த்தம் தெரியுமா?
ஒங்கிட்ட காசு இருந்தா ‘பூ’வத் தூவுவாய்ங்க …
இல்லேனா வெளில ‘தல’ காட்ட முடியாது!!!- வடிவேலு

இத அப்படியே நம்ம தல கங்குலிய வெச்சி கம்பேர் பண்ணி பாருங்க,

இது கிரிக் இன்போல இருந்து சுட்டது

Full name Sourav Chandidas Ganguly
Born July 8, 1972, Calcutta (now Kolkata), Bengal
Current age 35 years 159
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Height 5 ft 11

Some felt he couldn't play the bouncer, others swore that he was God on the off-side; some laughed at his lack of athleticism, others took immense pride in his ability to galvanise a side. Sourav Ganguly's ability to polarise opinion led to one of the most fascinating dramas in Indian cricket. Yet, nobody can dispute that he was India's most successful Test captain - forging a winning unit from a bunch of talented, but directionless, individuals - and nobody can argue about him being one of the greatest one-day batsmen of all time. Despite being a batsman who combined grace with surgical precision in his strokeplay, his career had spluttered to a standstill before being resurrected by a scintillating hundred on debut at Lord's in 1996. Later that year, he was promoted to the top of the order in ODIs and, along with Sachin Tendulkar, formed one of the most destructive opening pairs in history.

When he took over the captaincy after the match-fixing exposes in 2000, he quickly proved to be a tough, intuitive and uncompromising leader. Under his stewardship India started winning Test matches away, and put together a splendid streak that took them all the way to the World Cup final in 2003. Later that year, in Australia, an unexpected and incandescent hundred at Brisbane set the tone for the series where India fought the world's best team to a standstill. Victory in Pakistan turned him into a cult figure but instead of being a springboard for greater things, it was the peak of a slippery slope.

The beginning of the end came in 2004 at Nagpur - when his last-minute withdrawal played a part in Australia clinching the series - and things went pear shaped when his loss of personal form coincided with India's insipid ODI performances. Breaking point was reached when his differences with Greg Chappell leaked into public domain and his career was in jeopardy when India began their remarkable revival under Rahul Dravid.

His gritty 30s at Karachi, when India succumbed to a humiliating defeat in early 2006, weren't enough for him to retain his spot and some felt he would never get another chance. Others, as always, thought otherwise and they were proved right when he was included in the Test squad for the away series in South Africa in 2006-2007. He ended as the highest Indian run-scorer in that series and capped his fairytale comeback with four half-centuries on his return to ODIs. He continued his fine run in England, where he finished as the second highest scorer in Tests, and went on to slam back-to-back hundreds against Pakistan at home, the second of which was a glorious 239 in Bangalore.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

தலங்களா கலக்குறிங்களே

sourav fan said...

thool wishes to thala saurav

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தல புராணம் சூப்பர்

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இது ரொம்ப நல்லாருக்கு...