Well for starters the 'Best Team' in the competition lost to a constantly chopping and changing team of failures. The Australian side without David Warner were a team of wankers suffering from pontingitus.
"Well done Sri Lanka" You beat the Oz team four games to two and still lost the series;" doesn't make sense to most intelligent people, mind you the Aussies always have some form of skulduggery at hand to twist the game in their favour and save face, can't have any more Kim Hughes Crying when losing saga's, or Bob Hawk spewing in his beer when crying "You are not allowed to beat Strayer, it just aint dinkum".
It makes me wonder how some of crickets renowned bowlers live their lives off the playing field, although it is a known fact that one Australian nasty specimen has a record of domestic failure, the unnecessary antics of these blokes would allow a trickcycalist to rapidly analyse the mentality traits of these loonies, and it goes without saying the average spectator with half a brain attending these unproductive gatherings would be fearful of crossing swords with a person who suddenly blessed with success at the the downfall of an opponent, displays his inner feeling with an on field grotesque display of his contorted face with grinding teeth, bulging eyes and veins at bursting point while crouching and punching the air with clenched fists.
Gone are the days of the normally adjusted cricket player when the success of a bowler was greeted by a statement from his captain, "Well played Sir."
Q;Will this type of behaviour impact on our growing generation, by encouraging violence, bullying and dissension towards authority? I personally believe it will. What are your thoughts on the matter?
Q: Who are the two West Indies cricketers mentioned in the 1950's cricket song "Cricket Lovely Cricket?
Remember. In order to be 'Walked on' , you must be lying down.
Back soon ....Vest. Aus Cit.