Unlike Boom Boom Afridi who isn’t seventeen. Boom Boom plays like he’s seventeen, Aamer on the other hand, plays with the concern of an older man, someone MoYo’s age – MoYo of course didn’t play today.
When the chase was on in earnest, the importance wasn’t lost on the Pak players.
They were frozen in time – approx the time they lost it personally.
However MoYo looked miffed as he played with his beard. Word is the ICL will call him later tonight. Of course he won’t get a game there either.
But these are trivial pursuits, young Aamer, who goes by two names, one on his jersey, the other on the TV, was so cool, he deserves to break more records – I recommend he bat even lower than 10, and break the highest score by a No. 11 batsman.
Also thanks Aamer, from India, for helping us remember one Douglas Marillier, who until today had a world record to his name.
The record’s gone but the memories fresh. And if it isn’t, what do you think they made scorecards for?