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How quick are you between the wickets?
Inspired by the 100m Olympic final, we felt the need for speed
Compared to Sourav Ganguly, you are:
A much better batsman
Not slow, just a risk-taker
When your partner calls for a quick single, you:
Beat it to the other side
Pretend not to have heard him
Step out, vacillate, tell him to go back, and then head to other side and make a dramatic dive for the crease
Tell him to get movin' to the other end rather than standing at what is now your crease
You're exhausted by running two runs hard, but because of an overthrow your partner calls you for a third. You:
Wait for the fielder to collect and return the overthrow before charging towards the keeper with a war cry
Tell him the only threes you do are lumps of sugar in your tea
Run on adrenaline
What would you have done if you were in place of Lance Klusener and Allan Donald in the World Cup semi-final at Edgbaston in 1999?
Run down the pitch, do a spot of gardening as the Australians converge and then put my little toe over the crease
Aimed for a boundary
If the bowler was blocking your path while you were taking a run, what would you do?
Dog him like a defender in football and then trip him up before reaching the crease
Jump over him like a hurdle
Make sure I look too dangerous for him to mess with
Prod him with my bat, because that's the way one handles those wild beasts
What will you say if you're run out because of your partner's fault?
Imagine if lightning had to deal with interfering thunderbolts
The lesson to be learnt here is: don't run
It's human nature
Kept everyone on the edge of their seat, didn't it?
What's your running mantra?
You can't see me
Come and get me
Don't stop till you get enough
Why run when you can drive?
Have you ever run four runs?
How stupid! What's my bat for then?
That would make history
Only when I think the fielders are looking listless. Gives them a good jolt
As often as Bolt breaks his own records
What will you do if you get cramps while batting?
Hobble out of the crease pretending to set off for a run and then hobble back in
Score from the crease, naturally
Run on one leg
I don't get cramp because I am invincible
What's your opinion of not allowing runners in cricket anymore?
Preposterous. They should pay us more if they want us to do the running as well
Just shows that they don't really care about us
Runners only slowed me down
I'm not for it because it reduces the confusion we could have enjoyed
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