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The tail that wagged in tribute to a master (77) As one of their greatest batsmen of all time made arguably his last stand, Pakistan's much-lampooned tail stood as one alongside him to set up a shot at glory Clueless Australia need a cultural shift (64) Australia did not begin to win Tests in Asia until touring teams went to greater lengths to understand the region.URECAT is a formal catalog of UFO related entities sightings reports with the goal of providing quality information for accurate studies of the topic.Powell was thrust into international cricket at the age of 20 after topping the Jamaican averages in the 1999 Busta Cup, and quickly took centre stage with an innings of 124 from 93 balls against India in Singapore.But despite this magnificent start, he was soon bought down to earth.He gained a reputation as a one-day slogger and was discarded from the Test side after one game in New Zealand in 1999-2000, and even then for a while struggled to retain a regular place in the ODI side.He has made himself a more regular member of the side of late, but his run of low scores, added to West Indies's nervous chopping and changing, led to him being discarded.