The blog details how the Australian cricketers openly flirted with other women in front of their girlfriends, and how other international cricketers seemed to go all-out in enjoying themselves late into the night with the women and alcohol these parties had to offer.
Now, there's absolutely nothing wrong with these relatively young men having fun after a hard day's work of cricket, as it's natural for many men their ages to enjoy this way. What really surprised me is what the cheerleader had to say about the Indian cricketers:
She adds the Indian players have their minds focused on the game and nothing else.
“M.S. Dhoni (India’s captain) and Rohit Sharma have been very polite and keep to themselves in the dark corners [of the bars]. Hotshots like Tendulkar with families at home are never present.
Sure, I'm bound to be biased in favor of the Indian cricket team (my parents were born there), but I felt this really highlights the dedication and passion these guys have for the game. It's a big difference from past eras of Indian cricket (late-80's to early-00's). Led by greats like M.S Dhoni and Sachin Tendulkar, there's a mature swagger to the way these guys carry themselves. It's the same composed nature that helped power them to a World Cup victory earlier this year. Great to hear.