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Posted by Mittaraghava on (March 29, 2013, 14:56 GMT)

Jadeja is indeed a talented alrounder,he has improved his batting and bowling skills from what he was few years ago.Luckily for him the alrounder spot at no.7 is vacant and he fits in well. In future his efficiency as a no.7 batsman has to be proved and be considered a partime bowler.Even Tendulker and Sehwag during early part of their career appeared to be very good bowlers,But against good opposition teams ,I doubtr Jadeja to continue his success as a bowler,atleast in test matches.

Posted by dummy4fb on (March 28, 2013, 9:48 GMT)

Yes with Jadeja one thing India has become an invincible side at home u ve depth in all 3 departments i.e a slogger who has several bowling variations and an athletic body

Posted by dummy4fb on (March 27, 2013, 20:24 GMT)

that expression on Jadeja ... priceless :)))

Posted by JagSparrrow on (March 27, 2013, 17:30 GMT)

Every work of yours just prove one thing that you are a die-hard fan of CRICKET, job well done Satish. RESPECT !!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by dummy4fb on (March 27, 2013, 3:57 GMT)

Really funny and true also. Satish, though, Dhoni's caricature is not as good as the previous ones, those of Srinivasan and Jadeja's especially are excellent.

Posted by dummy4fb on (March 26, 2013, 21:42 GMT)

Simply Amazing .................................................

Posted by S.Alis on (March 26, 2013, 19:30 GMT)

Just hilarious.

Posted by naansari on (March 26, 2013, 19:26 GMT)

Simply awesome....its hard to find words for such excellent work. This is among one of the best cartoon from Satish.

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