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Comments: 7 
Posted by PradeepBellavi on (February 25, 2013, 18:40 GMT)

Nice one again, Satish! Hope Lyon doesn't lose heart that early. After all, even Shane Warne lost his bearings in India a few years back..

Posted by   on (February 25, 2013, 11:19 GMT)

What's sad is that he got more wickets than Siddle and Starc combined. But he'll bounce back, I hope, otherwise we have to play X and his FC record is a joke.

Posted by D-Ascendant on (February 25, 2013, 10:14 GMT)

Well, he's certainly a better batter than Phil Hughes. Will probably score more runs than Hughes in this series.

Posted by   on (February 25, 2013, 9:07 GMT)

@ naassari..........its just a joke,by the way.And yes,Lyon is in a bad patch at the present,but he will up his game.Good one,Satish ,from Sri Lanka.

Posted by ChiragPP on (February 25, 2013, 9:01 GMT)

hehehe...awesome wit Satish....u took everything into account....Watson problem, match status, mediocre spinner haplessness against India....too good...

Posted by   on (February 25, 2013, 8:59 GMT)

Why did Shane Watson not bowl a single ball when everyone else was getting thrashed?

Posted by naansari on (February 25, 2013, 8:36 GMT)

Poor Lyon…certainly he had a hard time against the Indian batsmen, especially Dhoni thrashed him a lot. Don't know he will get a chance to play in this series again.

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