Sourav Ganguly, man of a thousand spooky impressions (okay, two)

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We could write about Mitchell Johnson’s Test retirement. We could write about some actual cricket. Or we could publish some tweets in which Sourav Ganguly looks frighteningly sickly.

Hey Sourav, do an impression of a zombie.


Top drawer.

Now do an impression of a ghost.


Not bad.

Note Murali’s T-shirt as well. Murali loves cricket so bloody much, he’s actually gone and got the T-shirt.

Murali’s the best.

(We’ll do something on Johnson tomorrow.)

Pics taken from Virender Sehwag’s Twitter account.


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  1. In other news, Pakistan producing its inimitable brand of comedy cricket in Sharjah today, so far at least. Have-ho skiers and run-outs aplenty.

    1. People generally think that sitting on the fence is a bad thing, but dropping off one side or the other at the drop of a hat’s worse.

      1. Context is key here… and I’m unaware of the context entirely. I can only assume he’s making an accusation of impropriety of some sort?!

      2. Preceded by “3 Run Outs and a few iffy shots for Pakistan…. Never seen that before …. !! #PAKvENG”

  2. Is that Virender Sehwag’s face stuck on a cardboard cut-out of his body or the other way around

  3. Muralis hair is awful. Did jayawardena upset someone to get kicked out the second photo?

    This old boy cricket in the us of a has been pretty good to watch at times. Lance klusener looks like an angry south African farmer not keen on….well I won’t say it directly but we are all aware of south African farmers.

  4. I also encourage everyone, if they haven’t already seen it, to do a Google image search for “Ganguly all star hair” for his mad scientist impersonation from the other night’s game.

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