June 4, 2014

The answer

Satish Acharya
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Posted by   on (June 7, 2014, 10:00 GMT)

That is what happens when one stopped practicing bowling and started working on his batting.

Posted by SouthPaw on (June 6, 2014, 4:19 GMT)

Bhajji stopped being the ace spinner that he was when he stopped practicing bowling and started working on his batting. Whatever gave him the idea that he could be an all-rounder? Some runs scored off swishing his bat about?

Posted by   on (June 5, 2014, 18:13 GMT)

Just plain awesome!!! Satish you are getting better and better.

Posted by   on (June 5, 2014, 17:24 GMT)

Great use of the MI and IM reflection. Well thought out

Posted by Chandramouli.G on (June 5, 2014, 11:42 GMT)

I don't think Bhajji will be recalled into the Indian team. No way!!! But this one's a great one from Satish, Imaginations have been Perfectly presented. But his face could have been better, he looks like a different Singh!!! But really a great one!!!!!

Posted by   on (June 4, 2014, 15:18 GMT)

"Who is the best spinner" - In the mirror on his jersey "I M" ;)

Posted by ramli on (June 4, 2014, 12:49 GMT)

Special mirror not reflecting the exterior of Bhajji ... the reality is that Bhajji is not the best spinner in India, NOW

Posted by Silentjan on (June 4, 2014, 12:12 GMT)

Just hilarious. Please also make something on the Buttler's runout incident. :)

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