The Times of India reports:
Australian captain Michael Clarke feels a "team-first orientation of sustained pressure and sacrifice" led to his side's thumping triumph over India in the just-concluded Test series.
I wonder what he meant by ‘team-first orientation of sustained pressure and sacrifice”
Does he believe that the thumping victory gives him the right to talk nonsense? Or couch it in corporate-style jargon?
He should be made to forfeit 100% of his match fees ( and whatever amount he earned for being named the Man of the Series). A strong message must be sent out to all the jargon-maniacs of the world.