New Delhi: Yes! Yes! It's time to panic! Why? Because we celebrated our success for too long to see what the future holds for us. Because we chose to ignore that nothing and nobody remains forever. Because we have no roadmap and we have no replacements for the warriors, who have fought for long and are now heading towards the sunset. Because in the last six months, we have looked clueless and without any motivation. Where are we heading? Was winning the World Cup the last testament of our abilities?
If we still don't realise the damage we are in for, it might just be too late to stage a recovery.
Like any other Indian cricket fan, I wanted them to beat Australia, but trust me, I am more concerned about our chances of a win in the years to come, when perhaps there will be no Dravid, Laxman or Tendulkar. Not that they helped India's cause Down Under in any which way.