Sourav (I am not spelling this way because I am a Bengali; this is because his name is Sourav. However, at times, in many places, this is spelt as Saurav which has been accepted widely too), has been the leading Indian Cricketer and has been exiting the viewers with his batting which is the perfect blend of elegance and power. He has all the traditional style that goes with left handed batsmen all over the world. The way in which he steps out and pounces on a left arm spinner (like a Royal Bengal Tiger pouncing on an unfortunate prey) is something, worth walking 50 miles. He is undoubtedly the most aggressive Captain India has ever had and has emerged as one of the key components of the Indian team throughout the last couple of decades. He has taken Team India from the ruins in mid nineties to the World Cup finals in 2003, when we all know what the potential of the Indian Cricket Team was. Sourav lead the team well but could not find the better of Ricky, Adam and Shane.
Please join me, in raising a voice for the ongoing autocracy in the Indian Cricket Team and make it a point to all those who (man)handles law for cricket that Sourav deserves a royal treatment. He might be in his slog overs, but should have enough backing so as to power end his inning. This is happening to him now, who can guaranty if this will not happen with Sachin or Dravid in the coming time. Come, join hands and give Dada a salutation which he deserves and wants badly at present. We are not going to let him down anyhow.
THREE CHEERS FOR SOURAV!!
Long Live Dada!!