Players and coaches talk to the media

'Bowled such balls 7-8 years ago' - Balaji

L Balaji said that his ball that got Shane Watson was very satisfying and that with a new team and a new captain, Kolkata had moved on from the past (00:00)

April 17, 2011

Posted by   on (April 18, 2011, 1:48 GMT)

Balaji deserves more oppurtunities to play for India. Sreeshanth and Ishant and Dindas and so many unknown faces are given chances but Balaji is not even in the frame inspite of several good performances. So unfair. He has come out with flying colours fighting it out his major injury. Has adjusted his game brilliantly to his new body conditions. He is a smiling fighter. Give him a chance please.Let him not rot like Badri and other talented players.

Posted by   on (April 17, 2011, 22:09 GMT)

proud to be a balaji fan

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