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  1. 5 points
    what about terrorism and people getting killed in the border ?
  2. 5 points
    Embarrassing....need to throw up.....does Kohli even know that this guy is a convicted felon? If any of us had a friend like Amir,pretty sure our moms would by now say "don't be friends with such people...burey sangat me mat pado" or even ground us till we get better friends
  3. 4 points
    I have no idea. Amir is real good but kohli is over hyping him.
  4. 4 points
    lol your trundler brigade just got owned by sl of all teams who were beat like a high school team by India. Shami/Yadav average 140 and top 148-149 in sc tests. your guys trundle all day at 125 hehe there is no comparison.
  5. 3 points
    any tom dick can come and bowl a fast 1-2 overs, you need an innings of supreme effort to prove that you are fast. ind pak match ? let me guess you mean the last world cup where wahab played lol..one odi spell makes him faster lahori logic.
  6. 2 points
    Shreyas Iyer. Sanju Samson. Rishabh Pant. Karun Nair. Sarfraz Khan. And the latest addition to the mix, chota packet promising to be the next big dhamaka - Prithvi Shaw. All of these guys seem to have that 'it' factor when it comes to their batting. That certain something that jumps out when you watch them bat - plenty of timing, a plethora of strokes, and a willingness to take the attack to the bowlers. But take a bit of a closer look, and you can start to see telltale signs of inconsistency - a tendency to "live hard or die trying". Given the way the economic and 'popularity' incentives are stacked in favor of "modern" bats who are capable of exciting stroke-play, its not hard to see why the teenyboppers of Indian batting are all out to emulate the ABDVs and Rohit Sharmas of the world, as opposed to the Gavaskars and dare I say, even the great Sachin Tendulkar. Gone are the days where the domestic circuit prioritized, taught and honed the ability of a young batsman's ability to put a premium price on his wicket. These days, all you hear in terms of "cutting edge conventional wisdom" is the tiresome cliche of "expressing yourself" and "playing your natural game". So widespread is the epidemic in India's young ranks,, that even the normally reticent Rahul Dravid felt compelled to publicly call out some of his wards. An annoyed Dravid was quoted as dismissing all this emphasis on "natural game" as "frustrating". Dravid chose to make his point with an unusually strong choice of words. Strong words they might be, but I feel that it will be inevitably swamped by the tsunami of $$$$ that has flooded cricket since the inception of the IPL. After all, what will a young Indian cricketer aspire to be, considering the cricket circuit today - Why should he devote his energies to building his skills like say, a Murali Vijay, Che Pujara, or even an Ajinkya Rahane? When a test cricket 'failure' like Rohit Sharma is a multi-millionaire superstar IPL team captain, and gets to be a glory hogging ODI opener for the national team because of his ability to hit sixes? To some extent, this evolution of incentives and the corresponding evolution in batting is not restricted to India alone. One look at the young batsmen coming through the ranks in England and Australia will show you a markedly 'same-ness' in the ranks. James Vince. Marcus Stoinis. Chris Lynn. Glenn Maxwell. I wonder where the next Rahul Dravid will come from. Or if he will show up at all. Cricket will be poorer for it, if he doesn't.
  7. 2 points
    Anyone who can swing a bit will get him blushing.
  8. 2 points
    wahab is garbage in world standards but near your atg because he does not use bottle caps or fix.
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  11. 2 points
    These two need to get a room
  12. 1 point

    Happy Diwali to all !!!

    Note to Northies:- We celebrate diwlai in memory of the day when lord krishna kicked narakasuras ass.
  13. 1 point
    Amir is no where close to being the best of this era but again he did well against India which is the benchmark in Pak-explains long careers of Kamran Akmal,Shoaib Malik,Afridi etc etc
  14. 1 point
  15. 1 point
    I laughed until you said math instead of mat
  16. 1 point
    Delhi has proven itself to be Full of disgraceful cowards for the millionth time. This piece of shitland is irredeemable.
  17. 1 point
    Bit of hard work, and he will be durable, you don't need to be a super strong to be a pace bowler it's all about action, rhythm and bowling in the right areas with brain and pace, one more worry about him is Pakistanis themselves, they will start comparing him with wasims and waqurs ending up putting pressure on him, agree with your point on his celebrations  should stop those silly copied celebration, having said that just read that hafeez has been reported again :hysterical:
  18. 1 point
    Kuldeep and Bhuvi are reserves for our senior team. Nadeem and Shardul will replace them. Openers will perhaps be Panchal and Samarth.
  19. 1 point
    You are right. Although your attempt at sarcasm was an epic fail! Indian fast bowlers have been quicker than Pakistanis for over 5-7 years now, easily. So, you can live in your la la land as much as you like, but the fact that pakistani bowlers are no more than boring trundlers will not change.
  20. 1 point
    he hit 146 in India series, he is fast consistently. But slower than Shami/Umesh. May be faster than pak bowlers.
  21. 1 point

    Ranji Trophy 2017/18

    Tiwary set up a nine-man slip cordon with Dinda and Shami bowling in tandem
  22. 1 point

    Biggest Cricket Chokes

    Definitely CT final 2017, biggest choke in recent ICC competition, still pundits unsure how this mediocre Pakistan team scraped through group stages, that SL v Pak game was fishy choke and luck got Pak an unexpected win, Bangla must be cursing their luck, lol
  23. 1 point
    Exactly doesn't need to...a genuine no 5 who can bowl a few overs like Watson is what we need him to be...we already have Pandya so we can accommodate both
  24. 1 point
    In the InterZonal T20 and Syed Mushtaq Ali T20, Vijay was brilliant with both and ball. In the Vijay Hazare trophy, he scored 198 runs in 7 innings at an average of 66 and excelled as a finisher. His gritty half-century against Baroda in the semi-finals helped his team cross the line in spite of a mini batting collapse. He was also equally good with the ball as he picked up 8 wickets in six matches at an average of 18 with an economy of 4.44. Being a reliable batsman, Vijay aims to be a finisher who is capable of taking his team home. And in the Vijay Hazare trophy, he showed exactly why he can be a good finisher.
  25. 1 point
    When he starts playing for U 19 level....not if ?

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