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The monkeys as you know are sub-human brain beings, who rely not on reasoning but on their motor neurons auto actions. If there would had been a monkey team cultured by scientists to play cricket, lets say a batsman monkey came to the crease. He hold the cricket bat with his right back hand grip and squated for a stance. Waiting was another scientific monkey with a banana in one hand and a ball in another. The bowler banana monkey took just crawling four step-run-up and over armed a loop swing towards the monkey batsman! The monkey batsman on the other hand was looking somewhere else towards the off-side boundary! He just sensed the incoming ball and moved the back hand bat(single-handedly) to stroke. Luckily connecting the bat with the loop ball, the ball went pass as a cover drive. There was an utter chaos in the field as the other fielding monkeys panicked, some started circling and even dancing. You might be knowing their peculiar dance with hands outstretched to the sides and legs to-n-fro. Somehow the ball went luckily towards a fielder monkey who was building a cards puzzle with concentration. He then grabbed the ball and threw it like shane warne. But as the wicket-keeper and bowler monkeys were busy looking at the running between wickets monkey batsmen, the ball struck on the head of the umpire who got knocked out! The monkey fielding captain asked with finger gestures for a third umpire decision!
The scientists later claimed that monkeys used brain sensory impulses for communication.
After their 20-20runs per innings match, the winning monkey team were told by their scientists that they had won the cricket world cup and had a reason to celebrate!
Though the winning monkey team had no idea of what had happened! Latter they had a photo shoot and were given bicycles to ride!
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From where did all the world's best leg spinners came from? Some say they like peanuts to eat and they lived in the jungle trees.(and zoos)
 
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