20/20s Make One Days look like Test Matches

it’s true. Watching the Asia Cup, and watching the 20/20 stars perform or not perform, there is plenty of talk about how 20-20 batsmen need to change their game to adapt to the “longer” version of the game, to show more patience and build an innings. similarly there are calls for more stability and maturity… all said/asked about 5-day Test Matches in comparison to One Day Internationals (ODIs) not too long ago.

This is ironic… but still I think there’s plenty of cricket to go around… meaning… suddenly there is a new appreciation of the “intelligence” behind ODI players… and the call to grow into mature cricketers. similarly, strategies need to be adapted accordingly. Making the ODI watching experience all the more fun.

What does all this have to do with theology? Nothing really, but what the heck! Sport (cricket) is fun!

(ps. I’m so glad/relieved that India made it to the Asia Cup Finals. Now all “we” need to do is WIN IT!)


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