2. Delhi Daredevils discern they require Owais Shah more than David Warner;
3. Ian Chappell needs to borrow a Chunri before entering the commentary box;
4. Dhoni appears only in between overs and there too is outsmarted by fishermen's kids;
5. Nobody gives a customary damn about Indian culture and the attack it faces from the proximity of the neckline and hemline of the Mischief Gals;
6. Andrew Symonds slips into an ill-fitting Sherwani when a snug straitjacket would have met the case;
7. Even a Marcus Trescothick gets so bored that he springs a convenient alibi to return home and air his dog.
(P.S. Doosra never practised or preached chest-thumping, considering it's best left to the non-OBE Gorillas in general and a certain OBE Guy the Gorilla in particular. But the fact remains that Doosra has grown enough in stature to invite a fatwa in the past from an eminent Australian panel that had Shane Warne puffing in one corner!
Doosra's list of eminent readers doesn't end there. It gave me goose bumps to know that Ricky Ponting, the patron saint of Ind-Oz bonhomie, is not only an avid reader of the blog but also a sympathizer of my struggle while putting together the seven-pointers like the one above. I'm indebted to Ponting for saying seven is too many.
P.P.S News just filtered in that moved by the Doosra post Cricket Loses Masculinity, Cricket Australia is urging youngsters to grow moustaches!)