>since the World Cup. Michael Bevan has shown exactly why he's the best
>one-day player in the world. Tendulkar and Ganguly have shown why they're
>the best partnership.
>I just can't help but think what might have been with Pollock and McGrath as
>strike bowlers rather than Hayward/Rose and Vettori/Warne as a spinner
>rather than Tufnell.
>I would assume that these statistics don't really count for anything - so
>Bevan's score won't be recorded as the highest ever by an Australian. This
>is a real shame since it came against what would have to be described as a
>better bowling attack than most international teams can field. A real pity.
>And if Caddick had learnt how to slide his bat correctly it would have been
>a tie. Probably a more fitting end to a superlative day of cricket.