0آسٽريليا Proteas جي خلاف جنگ ۾ تي ٻاڦ

جڏهن انگلينڊ آخري ايشز سيريز I ۾ آسٽريليا جي اڳيان هلي وئي, ڪيترن ئي وانگر, سوچيو ته سنڌين کي 5 ميچن جي سيريز دوران برت برقرار رکي. اھو ھميشہ سخت گرما ڏانھن ويندو ھو گرما جي مقابلي کان وٺي پر فتح جي توقع ھئي.

پليئر انگلينڊ پليئر صرف ڏا wereو مضبوط هو, اهي نه هئا? هن وقت, وچٿري آرڊر استاد مائيڪل ڪلارڪ جي بدولت استثنا سان, ٻنهي پاسن جو هڪ گڏيل XI ٽن لسنن جو تسلط هوندو. ڪئپرپر کان سواءِ ڪلارڪ کانسواءِ جيڪو گڏيل جزن ڪري ها? شايد مائيڪل ڪاربيري لاءِ ڊيوڊ وارنر? يا ته ڪرس ٽرملٽ يا ٽم برسنن لاءِ هڪ مناسب ريان هيرس? يقينن اڳوڻي, شايد پوئين. شين واٽسسن لاءِ هڪ جاءِ? ٿي سگهي ٿو - پر هن جو مٽائي ها? ان جي منهن تي, تنهن هوندي به, Eng­land cer­tainly appeared the stronger out­fit.

Fast for­ward a few weeks and the view from the bound­ary is some­what dif­fer­ent. Aus­tralia anni­hil­ated and humi­li­ated Eng­land in every dis­cip­line, out­play­ing them in every area and keep­ing their foot on the accel­er­at­or through­out the series and into the one day capers. Now forever con­fined to the his­tory books from that ini­tial start­ing XI thanks to Australia’s dom­in­ance are Kev­in Pietersen (ڊيڄاري چڪاسون،), prob­ably Jonath­an Trott (due to oth­er factors for which Aus­tralia merely provided the coup de grâce) ۽ گريم Swann. Eng­land are not going to replace their 13,000 com­bined runs and Swann’s 250 odd wick­ets overnight and Aus­tralia will no longer have to face any of them when they next lock horns. They didn’t just win an import­ant series they won the psy­cho­lo­gic­al battle as well – Eng­land were left emo­tion­ally scarred and will take time to rebuild and recap­ture past glor­ies.

Even after the thrash­ing of Eng­land, تنهن هوندي به, I still thought the per­form­ance of the green bag­gied out­fit was a mere flash in the pan. Surely the thrash­ing was simply down to a tired Eng­land side who had only just fin­ished one Ashes series and couldn’t quite motiv­ate them­selves for anoth­er scrap? Com­bine that with a few key play­ers out of form or sorts and you have a mere aber­ra­tion, تون نه ڪندا?

Well the recent events at the Super­S­port Park in Cen­tur­i­on in the first test of South Africa v Aus­tralia would make it seem I have to eat yet anoth­er rather large slice of humble pie. ٻيهر, هن شاديء کان اڳ, few of the Aus­sie start­ing XI would have made it into a com­bined South Africa / Aus­tralia side. The Pro­teas have been at the top of the world rank­ings for a while now – and with good reas­on – they have class run­ning through the entire spine of the side. Graeme Smith sets the stand­ards for oth­ers at the top of the order – and Hashim Amla and AB de Vil­li­ers fol­low in style. Jacques Kal­lis may have depar­ted but tal­ent still remains. They are backed up by a fero­cious pace bat­tery. So as good a series as the Aus­sie top order (Brad Had­din included) had against Eng­land and as well as the bowl­ers bowled they all lack the con­sist­ency of the greats men­tioned above, اهي نه ڪندا? Well Aus­tralia have simply picked up from where they left off in dev­ast­at­ing Eng­land. One test in and the great South Afric­an side, top of the world rank­ings, lay in tat­ters. Of course they could yet turn it around – and if they do then massive cred­it to them. But the Aus­sies are in that cock­sure pos­i­tion of old. Their tails are up and their con­fid­ence there for all to see. They have humi­li­ated their prey and ground it to dust.

جتي هن کان اچي چڪو آهي? On paper Aus­tralia lack many world class play­ers – gone are the Warnes, McGraths ۽ هن دنيا جي Waughs. But that appears not to mat­ter. After a largely quiet few years Aus­tralia, ان کي ظاهر ڪري ڇڏي, are roar­ing back to the top.

They have man­aged to find a team spir­it, unity and bond that appeared some­what lack­ing dur­ing the non­sense that was ‘home­work gate’ and still in short sup­ply dur­ing their Ashes battle in the Eng­lish sum­mer. They play way above the sum of their com­bined parts. If the com­bined aver­ages of Eng­land (جي خاڪ جي شروع ۾), Aus­tralia and South Africa (هن سيريز جي شروع) are com­pared then there is little to choose between them. Eng­land aver­age 358, آسٽريليا 374.06 (although this is skewed by debutant Alex Noon­an aver­aging 58 هن هڪ امتحان کان. If Shane Wat­son had been play­ing in his place then the com­bined aver­age is 352.39). South Africa’s recent dom­in­ance is shown by a slightly high­er aver­age of 376.39. But in real­ity there is little to sep­ar­ate the three.

This upturn in form seems to have coin­cided with coach Dar­ren Lehmann tak­ing con­trol. He has clearly worked won­ders on the team – his long stint as an adop­ted York­shire­man has clearly done him the power of good. Team eth­ic is the most import­ant part of the setup. The play­ers are per­form­ing to the abso­lute max­im­um of their abil­ity and when it mat­ters. انھن تي ڪهاڻي. Ques­tions remain about the age of the side and the young­sters wait­ing in the wings. But you can only beat what is put in front of you and Aus­tralia are most cer­tainly doing that.

Who­ever replaces Andy Flower as Eng­land supremo should look no fur­ther than Lehmann’s example.

خيال آهي ته اسين ڪجهه وڃايو وڃان? اسان هيٺ commenting جي خبر ڏي. اوھان کي رڪنيت حاصل ڪرڻ لاء سنڌ جي چوٽيء جي حق ۾ نامو تي ڪڙي رڪنيت حاصل استعمال ڪريو چاهيو ته. تون به هيٺ سماجي جوڙي کي استعمال ڪندي پنهنجي دوستن سان هن کي شيئر ڪري سگھو ٿا. خوش رهو.

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