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Comments: 15 
Posted by rajesh_singhSTM on (November 14, 2012, 14:36 GMT)

Bhaji deliveries are mystery. They never spin however hard he tries.

Posted by   on (November 13, 2012, 9:52 GMT)

Satish is a raelly good cartoonist but i think he needs to think outside India. There are 10 test palying nation and 8 teams are currently playing, but cartoons are only about India.

Posted by nilb on (November 13, 2012, 1:27 GMT)

(yawn) another cartoon about India

Posted by xylo on (November 13, 2012, 0:40 GMT)

Hey! The Indian team has mystery openers, a mystery little master to go with the mystery bowler. 4 out of 11 is pretty impressive.

Posted by timohyj on (November 12, 2012, 17:48 GMT)

good drawings in this cartoon

Posted by Rajeshj on (November 12, 2012, 16:00 GMT)

@Harpreet: well, Bhajji did the same thing for 10 years and he owes many of his wickets to Kumble.. plus his track record outside India (not even in SL mind you..) was equally pathetic... would you say that Yuvi was better than him too.. Ashwin is just starting his career and if possible encourage him, but please don't show such contempt...

Posted by Unmesh_cric on (November 12, 2012, 13:54 GMT)

he he..good one. Keep it up, Satish!

Posted by gnanzcupid on (November 12, 2012, 10:56 GMT)

If harbhajan is given a chance even for his 99th test,God only should save Team India.Nice expressions in cartoon. I like Bhaji's.

Posted by   on (November 12, 2012, 10:31 GMT)

Nice one, He is by far a good spinner and should play more test matches then he does.

Posted by Harpreet on (November 12, 2012, 10:09 GMT)

Well!!! If that is the case ..... what Ashwin has done in test crickt ...... getting wkts on square turners against weak opposition ...... if that is the case then even Yuvi is better than him

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