Meaning: Fielders who prefer to point fingers in the direction of the ball rather than help their hapless colleagues in stopping the flying red cherry.
Usage: Before the advent of the Yuvrajs and Kaifs, the Indian team was full of Maidan Ambedkars.
Pronunciation: My-daan Am-bade-kar.
Root: Maidan is ground in Hindi. The Ambedkar reference is to the ubiquitous finger pointing statue that one finds in every chawl in India.