Lessons from twin defeat

Knowledge is spread by live TV coverage of games, and also exported through experts (coaches and support staff) who make their expertise available according to the dynamics of market forces. That is why Allan Donald (from South Africa) sat in the English dressing room for a while, and David Saker (from Australia) and Mushtaq (from Pakistan) continue to do even now.

updated: December 10, 2012 20:44 IST
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New Delhi:

Two tests have been lost and three players sacked but the question is: is this enough to take Indian cricket forward?

One more game remains to be played but irrespective of the result at Nagpur, there are important lessons to be learnt from the twin defeats at home.

One: The commonly held view that India is invincible at home stands shattered. That, now, is a thing of the past, a faded page from what was the golden era of Indian cricket history. England has proved India is beatable provided you play sensible cricket.

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