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'The perfect storm for India'

A marquee clash that wasn't. Harsha Bhogle, Sanjay Manjrekar and Andrew Miller reflect on three months of one-way traffic (28:49)

Producers: Andrew Miller and Siddhartha Talya

September 19, 2011

Posted by SixoverSlips on (September 19, 2011, 10:23 GMT)

I should also talk about the media storm. Personally I feel there was less coverage of the series in Cricinfo from Indian reporters. English journalists have been scathing and stinging on their remarks on India. The English journalists acted fine until the time period England ascended to the top. After that, they have embraced nationalistic jingoism, and seemed to have taken the Australian example, where they just fry the visiting team. Victory seems to have spoiled them. Let's if England can stay at the top as long as India did and win a World Cup during that time, we will see.

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