Don Bradman: Cricket's Great Tragedy

PART ONE: Introduction

"He needed 4 runs, a fluent pull through mid wicket or a flick off his pads down to fine leg, a smashing drive through cover point or a scything cut shot. His repertoire was full, his ability unquestioned. He needed 4 runs. To average a 100, in every innings of his international career, in fact, all he needed was an inside edge down to fine leg. How many runs, over the history of this great game, have been unjustified? If ever Lady Luck, based on ability and achievement, could have applied her magic touch, this was the moment." #batting #Cricket #sport #Bradman #SportsAnalysis

Apr 26, 2012, 12:59 PM
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