© Satish Acharya

Satish Acharya is a cartoonist in Mumbai

Tell us what you think. Send us your feedback

© ESPN Sports Media Ltd.

Comments: 22 
Posted by srinideva on (January 2, 2013, 8:35 GMT)

the expression on kohli face is awesome...

Posted by   on (January 2, 2013, 6:49 GMT)

Beleive me it was some awsome bowling by my Friend (Junaid) but most importantly, you can not bowled sachin like that. He gets out with inswingers, but not the way indian 4 batsman pushed at swinging dilveries and got bowled.thats the difference between master and __________

Posted by crindex on (January 2, 2013, 6:05 GMT)

No one is really missed - neither Sachin nor Dravid nor Laxman. Its just that our current batsmen are not applying themselves. Good one Salish !

Posted by   on (January 1, 2013, 19:38 GMT)

need some good bowlers Team India..

Posted by   on (January 1, 2013, 10:35 GMT)

good work satish..exellent..

Posted by Noman_Yousuf_Dandore on (January 1, 2013, 10:28 GMT)

Too good Satish; I guess most people are unable to read between the lines here; but then hightens up your mastery over subtle-ness. Good one mate!

Posted by   on (January 1, 2013, 3:08 GMT)

infact the indian team is missing Dravid .. and Dravid was far more better than Tendulkar..

Posted by maxymax on (January 1, 2013, 0:32 GMT)

Good job, Satish! You nailed it again, right on the forehead! Very funny one, but on a serious note, this exactly is the attitude of every youngster in the Indian team now.

Posted by davidatlas999 on (December 31, 2012, 18:10 GMT)

eh once again satish rocked.oh man we didnt belive when i just torn on my tv 5 for 29 four of them clean bold by a young fast bowler.

Posted by   on (December 31, 2012, 16:55 GMT)

LOL!! Real Jewel!! A very good one!!!

Comments have now been closed for this article

Email this page to a friend Email Feedback Feedback Print Print
More in Cartoons

Evacuation notice

The Stuart factor

Progressive England

The comeback bid

Media gag?

The replacement

Gayle retweet

Team united

No mind games

The account

Plenty of positives

Fit-again Clarke?

More time

Four letters

The teacher

Defending champions

Selection

Selection

Hurt

The scoreline

Black hair

The record

The aggression

Practice pitch

The other way

The peace prize

Srini's dilemma

Probable chucker

Class of 2011

Scrap CSK

Handling Johnson

Calm Shakib

Dhoni-esque

The closely fought series

The communications

The duo

Slowly does it

Never seen before

Dangerous Windies

Spin coach

  • Groovy tunes and a sunset at the SCG
    Fan Following: A sublime knock from Steven Smith, soaking in a sunset in the SCG members' pavilion and groovy music made the semi-final clash between Australia and India a memorable one
  • Come now, Mr Faulkner
    The Long Handle: The Australian allrounder would have us believe sledging is inevitable. Is it?
  • Wahab's roar, and mad Maxwell
    Fan Following: The Wahab v Watson subplot, a Geoffrey Edelsten lookalike and a clinical chase made for a great experience
  • Keeping a quarter-final streak alive
    Fan Following: Bringing a bugle out of hibernation and donning face-paint for a unique hat-trick of India's World Cup quarter-finals
  • A disappointing result, and a solemn farewell
    Fan Following: The quarter-final match between Sri Lanka and South Africa promised plenty of electric contests but turned out to be tepid. It was the last chance, however, to see two Sri Lankan greats in action for the last time in ODIs
  • The greatest time of our lives
    Martin Crowe: Whatever happens, the Australia-New Zealand World Cup final at the MCG will be the most divine fun
  • Why is chasing so difficult at the G?
    Cricket Sadist Hour: Jarrod Kimber and John Buchanan discuss swing, what NZ should worry about and do a man-to-man analysis of the finalists
  • How do you stop Smith?
    It is a question that has mystified teams of late, but Andy Zaltzman has the answer
  • When defeats haunt
    Nicholas Hogg: The losing team has much to ponder over the what-could-have-beens in close matches; in a one-sided game, the past is put to rest quickly
  • Wide boy
    The Cricket Monthly: Of the four men sent to prison in 2011 for spot-fixing, Mazhar Majeed's story was the one nobody heard
  • ESPN
  • ESPNF1
  • Scrum
  • Soccernet