Find out whether you’ll one day captain Pakistan

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Using a Venn diagram!

We used the 1992 World Cup winning green


Mike Gatting wasn't receiving the King Cricket email when he dropped that ludicrously easy chance against India in 1993.


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  1. Superb.

    And you now occupy the top two places on a Google search of “cricket venn diagrams”, which should bring in the casual browsers by the thousand.

  2. They should make John Buchanan their coach, with his multiple-captains theory, he will make all 11 players captains and finally Pakistan will have stability as far as Captains go.

  3. I particularly enjoy the way they pick their most consistent performer as Captain in the hope that it will ruin his form.

  4. The PCB do not exist. They are an elaborate ruse created by the other cricket boards to make themselves look competent.

    I have in the past claimed this to be the case for the WICB & the ECB before, but I’m sure I’m right this time.

  5. I normally like to think that I at least fit into the right-hand-side circle.

    But after this evening’s antics in Kensington Memorial Park I think I should paraphrase Star Trek – “It’s cricket, KC, but not as we know it”.

    Mind you, I achieved a personal cricketing milestone which was to have a catch taken off my bowling at second slip.

    The fact that someone was mad enough to stand at second slip for my donkey-drops explains the “but not as we know it” phrase.

    We didn’t have any actual Pakistani people playing with us, as it happens, but in a very true sense we were, metaphorically, all of us Pakistani cricketers this very evening.

    Put that in your Venn diagram and resolve it, KC.

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