Everyone knows that it’s the home of cricket, it’s got a slope and it’s hallowed, but what about the game taking place inside it? And what’s more, what about the attendees?
A whole week of reminiscing about the greatest series in the history of the game starts, like all the great stories, with England getting a right shellacking.
England triumphed in one of the great rubbish ODI’s to ensure they could not lose the series and would remain in the exceptionally uncoveted number one spot for the remainder of the year.
By Anthony K The English sporting establishment are a clever lot. They know just how much they have to offer the great unwashed to preserve the status quo. Rain at Wimbledon, requiring Sunday play, but no time to get the corporate fans mobilised? Throw it open to the public, make a few extra quid and […]
England Andrew Strauss: Just four runs in the match for Strauss whose middling form is starting to attract attention. He was undone both times by the left-arm seam of Welegedara, which will not have gone unnoticed by a certain Mr D Fletcher, with Zaheer Khan set to arrive in England in the coming weeks. Too […]