Graeme Swann and Muttiah Muralitharan go head-to-head in the Rubicon 50p Challenge on 8th June 2011, at Finchley Cricket Club Ground in London. The Challenge is to flip a coin, which is on the edge of a glass sitting on the last wicket. However, they have to do this with their off spin balling style. For those who know about cricket, you know that it is a huge challenge. England Off spinner, Graeme Swann, and the world most wicket holder, Muttiah Muralitharan, get their turns of doing this game . Ultimately, It is our legend Muttiah Muralitharan, who is able to do this. Finally, Muttiah wins 50 cents guys! What a marvelous game ah! Would you be able to do it? Watch the video and give a try.
Even though this is a promotional video for Rubicon, There are no tricks or gimmicks. Muralitharan does this with his natural balling skills. Our Murli is always a proud to Sri lanka and Sri Lankans.
More News from Muttiah Muralitharan – Official Biograph of Muttiah Muralitharan – “800” due to be Launched
South Ceylon Publishing, a new Colombo based publishing house, announced that it will publish the official autobiograph of Sri Lankan cricketing legend, Muttiah Muralitharan in partnership with luxury publisher Kraken Opus, the publishing division of UK based, Opus Media Group. The autobiography, due to be launched this year will be initially published as a limited edition, large-format, luxury, collectors volume. Opus Media Group is the world‟s leading publishers of large-format, luxury, collectable volumes, produced in association with iconic personalities, brands and organizations, including Manchester United FC, Formula 1, Burj Khalifa, Vivienne Westwood and Sachin Tendulkar.
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