Friday, December 7, 2012

Is that a bird? Is that a Plane? No.... its SUPERMAN

"Faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful than a locomotive! Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound! Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Superman!"

I think my favorite comic book hero has arrived in real. He has shades of Christopher Reeve, Brandon Routh and to good extent Henry Cavill too. Feel free to include Tom Welling to this list, if you wish to account every cast of ‘Man of Steel’. Speculations are rife that Christopher Nolan is considering replacing him for Henry Cavill in the sequel. Until then, Alastair Cook will confine himself as a Superman to the game of Cricket.

At only 27 (6 years since debut), 7000+ Test runs with 23 centuries are staggering numbers to be true. Since it is true, there is no wonder he is our Superman. And this Superman’s authority will see Dhoni out of his power by the end of this series. By the way, come next year ‘The Dark Knight’ is visiting India. He will ensure wholesale changes sweep Indian Cricket. Until that time, all cricket fans are advised to take patience route.

Tendulkar’s first innings 76 is the only saving grace. It was a gutsy innings from the master. At this time, I don’t know if he has discovered his touch. But he gave a feeling that he has figured a way to stretch his career. In all likelihood, he should live to bridge another era of Indian Cricket.

Honestly, there is not much left to analyze this Test Match or Series. I’ve made all possible predictions/analysis. Let’s hope better sense prevail in Indian Cricket System for the greater good.

Bottom line: Rather be disappointed by India’s poor show, it is time to rejoice the Superman’s and Batman’s. After all, you now need their powers badly. To fight one like Indian System, you definitely need the entire Justice League.

Cricket Lover

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