43.5 1 215 8 ?
If you're Jason Krejza, with:
31 3 143 4
For match figures of (look away now if you are of sensitive disposition):
74.5 4 358 12
It gets better. Up until tea on Day 4, Krejza had bowled almost 40% of Australia's total overs from a run-up of about four paces. Yet they were so far behind the rate, Ponting (and the team management) decided that, rather than risk Ponting's banning from their next Test (against that terrifying New Zealand side in Brisbane, where Australia have not lost this century) they would cede a realistic chance to force a face-saving win in India, a place their forebears spent careers trying to conquer.
It's heartbreaking to report that the Australian press have not taken it well. In The Australian, Malcolm Conn wrote: "In what must surely be Ricky Ponting's worst day as national captain, he may have cost Australia the Border-Gavaskar Trophy by attempting to to save himself from suspension." In the Sydney Morning Herald, Peter Roebuck called it "one of the most baffling displays of captaincy seen in the long and proud history of Australian cricket".
Better get a few tomorrow then, Punter.
One last note on Jason Krezja: Tim Nielsen said he didn't play in the first three Tests "because he wasn't ready".
Tim old mate, no-one could be ready for that...
Oh, and he was on a hat-trick. Again. He only got Laxman and Ganguly this time.