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Stick Together

South Africa, Australia have mastered the art of playing as a team; subcontinental squads rely on individual brilliance

Stick Together
Stick Together
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WHEN I played my first World Cup in 1975, I was very young. That was the second time I was travelling out of my country. The first time was when we played a few unofficial Tests in Sri Lanka. In that World Cup I got to meet all the greats of that era. I played in nearly all the matches. I remember in the first game against the Windies, I scored 28 not out. My 12 overs of leg-breaks went for 40-odd runs and I took the prized wicket of Clive Lloyd.

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