Kiwis wobble as Ian Smith recites mantra’s

As Australia heads for one of the biggest losses in their recent history, Lil Bangladesh is slowly working their way through the Kiwi top order.

Right now the key remains Vettori and Taylor.

A partnership of some substance will see the kiwis home.

But a couple of wickets will make have them singing a different tune.

Sakib is having an absolute sensational game. With still 100 + runs in the arrears this spells a very close prospect.

However, with Flinn, Mccullum and Oram to come, Kiwis are odds on favorites.

I’d love to see the Bangladeshi’s pull off a win here.

Meanwhile reports are now coming in that Ian Smith has been shun in commentary box as he becomes increasingly distraught with each kiwi wicket that falls.

Smith has apparently covered him self in a bedsheet in the corner of the press area and has been heard to be reciting mantra’s hoping that the Kiwis can pull off the win.

Some say he’s even got the crazy – eyes on him. People have scrambled to locate Jessie Ryder to nip this disaster in the bud ,but as so far been unable to find him since he left the dressing room for an early lunch.

Edit: as I post this Taylor goes!


  1. MC Gregor said:

    looks like NZ’s going to do it…dammit. Vettori is having one hell of a game!

    October 21, 2008
  2. ...nIShAntH... said:

    Kiwis did it!!!.Thank god they didnt lose to bangladesh.So did India.Take out the beer bottles mates,…its time for some kangaroo fry 😛

    October 21, 2008
  3. Ceci said:

    Sorry Bangladesh – but not sorry Vettori played so well!

    October 21, 2008
  4. Damith S. said:

    MC> Yea once again Bangla falls at the last hurdle.

    Nishath> Yep so they did. A great day of test cricket actually.

    More of this please and less of twentybenty!

    Ceci>Im sure you dint mind watching Vetorri for hours on end

    October 21, 2008
  5. Ceci said:

    Damith – I would LOVE to watch Vettori for hours on end – but all we have had over here on TV is the India/Aus match (not that I am complaining about that!) – I do love heroic cricket captains!

    October 22, 2008

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