This, that and the other. Mostly the other
Following South Africa's rise to No. 1 in the Test rankings, JP Duminy's looking ahead with optimism.
He clearly isn't a cyclist.
Alviro Petersen thanked the supporters.
Unconditional? You won 2-0 and became the top-ranked Test side. You might want to investigate the conditions being applied to the support you're getting the next time you miss a straight one and South Africa lose by an innings.
Morne Morkel took his 150th Test wicket during the third Test. Dale Steyn took him out to celebrate.
For 300 Test wickets, you're rewarded with a full Happy Meal.
Tino Best had some consolatory words for Jonny Bairstow.
There you go Jonny, you may have lost the Test, the series and the number one ranking, and been dismissed in the nineties, but at least you can comfort yourself with the thought that you're as good a batsman as Tino Best.
But what's Tino's beef with Sulieman Benn?
That's #CheckYaSelfMate not #CheckYaCellMate, so at least he's not insinuating that Sulieman was involved in a massive Ponzi scheme.
Ravichandran Ashwin's been travelling.
"Boarded. Off to Hyderabad."
Please switch off all electronic devices.
The waste of time
Umesh Yadav has some advice for us.
Having lost 103 minutes, Harbhajan Singh also has some advice.
Graeme Swann's got a new look.
Parthiv Patel says goodbye to one of the greats of the game.
That isn't actually his name, but I guess Vangipurappu Venkata Sai doesn't really give much indication of how well he could bat.
Sachin's calling you "simple", VVS. What are you going to do about it?
What's your philosophy?
After a successful week for South Africa, it's only right that we return to Shaun Pollock for this feature.
Ajmal Shahzad has been in new places, looking to try new things.
"What has Brentwood to offer? #nandos?"
Rob Key has been similarly adventurous.
Jade Dernbach has been doing some damage.
Okay, enough of this. Stop smashing things. Having a coffee simply isn't an aggressive act. You sound like an idiot.
Alex Bowden blogs at King Cricket
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