Intikhab Alam: Boys respect Afridi

Pakistan media manager says that the atmosphere in the dressing room is very congenial, and the team has come together really well (00:00)

March 27, 2011

Posted by   on (March 29, 2011, 14:20 GMT)

just wonderin hw many times he said "u know"...:-D

Posted by   on (March 28, 2011, 20:02 GMT)

I agree with Intikhab Alam. with time Experience brings in a patience, wisdom and change of behaviour of a player. But at the same time I disagree with the comment where Mr. Alam said " Tendulkar is still hungry and still playing" . i believe he is not hungry for a championship he is more of a self title player. cause so far he has won many individual titles. A very few time he has stepped up for india in crucial moments in many matches. Compare to him i think Ganguly , Dravid , VV X Laxman has performed way Better at alot of venues...

Posted by   on (March 28, 2011, 15:44 GMT)

Tension right on his face is very obvious....one could easily imagine the tension/pressure in the PAK team members...:)

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