Wednesday, 13 January 2010
Well Well Well
Turns out the critics are all wrong (NWG included). The earth is still round. Matthew Hoggard is still the greatest cricketer of all time.
Paul Collingwood has set the world right.
"He's kind of a genius."
Who's he talking about, you might ask.
Well. None other than KP. Apparently he is a genius.
And what's this about him not scoring any runs?
Well, Paul says: "He can turn it on."
Is batting as simple as turning on a switch? If so, why has he been playing so badly? Why doesn't he just leave the switch on? Is this some environmental rubbish? Who cares about global warming when it comes to cricket?
"It's probably his downfall that he's such a good player."
Yes, that's right, Colly. It really is awful when you're supposed to be a good player, and everyone says you're a good player (including KP, who's never short of telling everyone how great he is), and then you actually fail to be a good player.
What's left for KP to do?
NWG has the simple answer.
Score a double century to bat South Africa out of the game. Actually participate in the field.
It really is that simple.