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  1. 3 points
    Sanga was only better statistically , just like Kallis he played some good knocks towards end of his career and ended his career on a relative high which goes in his favour .
  2. 2 points
    In Short Pakistan humse hamare hi kafan ke paise maang rahe hai, Not happening bro !
  3. 2 points
    India has the highest amount of air pollution related deaths in the world, at 2.5 million per year https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/environment/pollution/study-world-pollution-deadlier-than-wars-disasters-hunger/articleshow/61149195.cms And this NRI, sitting comfortably overseas, with his family and children breathing in clear air and being safe does not need to care for that. For these NRIs, Indian lives do not matter. Indians are not individuals trying to live their lives, wanting to be safe, comfortable, as individuals living peacefully. Nope, these NRIs see Indians as disposable soldiers which they can take pride on sitting safe from afar with their comfortable lives and families. Hence they look at Indians as holder of ideals, symbol of their religion, of patriotism. This is why they are comfortable calling for a war with Pakistan. They are comfortable asking Indians to choke to death over their religion. Asking them to fight for death over whether a temple or a mosque should be build. Sitting safe and comfortable with their families and children, wars, riots, pollution, nothing going to affect the NRI. So they can afford these ideals The very fact that the people cooperated is a slap on the faces of people like these. The Indians are largely a very sensible group of people. And the reason why we even exist as a country despite our multiple religions, languages, diversity and needs. Because the common Indian is focused on their day to day lives. We have survived despite our enemies. Despite people trying to divide us. And we will survive despite the lofty ideals of the NRIs who want us to fight and die and choke so that they, sitting safe far away can brag about their religion and rituals. No religion is greater than common sense and Hinduism is the prime example of a pragmatic religion. Heck even Gita talks clearly about karma over rituals but then picking and choosing what to follow has always been the way of the religious bigot
  4. 1 point
    Cow get more respect than Cricket World Cup winning captain MS Dhoni in Hindustan.
  5. 1 point
    I find players like Jayawardene, Jaques Kallis, Sangakarra to be good statistical players. They scored consistently big against good to medium opposition (hence attaining high career averages) but at the highest levels of cricket against the most quality pace bowling attacks/in clutch situations, I often found them lacking. (Tests only)
  6. 1 point
    lolzzz, rassi jal gayi, hekdi nahi gayi :P Smell the coffee! The bottle cap opener days are over. Your bowlers are the worst trundlers to be roaming on earth. Get your facts right :)
  7. 1 point
    To find gritty batsmen like Dravid, one must look at the 4-day A-team batters. Panchal, Samarth, Vihari, Bawne, Shankar .... do they have grit ? Even Nair may not be short on grit and has failed in recent times more due to technical issues. Trying to find grit in Pant and Iyer is like trying to find grit in Sehwag or Warner. p.s - I would want every batter to play according to the situation, but it is easier said than done. I am more pissed off at experienced batters like Kedar and Pandey who have thrown away their wickets in the name of natural game. Young batters like Pant and Iyer may take some time to learn how to adjust to different situations.
  8. 1 point
    Wahab riaz who? You mean the same trundler who was bowling 125-130 the last test match I saw him? yeah, he definitely is the fastest ever who walked on a cricket ground. Fastest ever spin bowler!
  9. 1 point
    Trichromatic

    Happy Diwali to all !!!

    Happy Diwali everyone! Share your diwali pics. @Stuge @sscomp32 @velu @Malcolm Merlyn @G_B_ @Cricketics @SLICKR392 @beetle @rkt.india @express bowling @sourab10forever @New guy @BeautifulGame
  10. 1 point
    mishra

    Happy Diwali to all !!!

    Happy Diwali
  11. 1 point
    Mariyam

    Happy Diwali to all !!!

    Happy Diwali everyone
  12. 1 point
    cric_fan

    Happy Diwali to all !!!

    Happy Diwali folks!
  13. 1 point
    Gambhir was averaging 33 with bat in last 30 matches. That too when he was doing well against SL only. He was averaging below 30 since 2011. Reverse cumulative Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s Opposition Start Date 1 1 0 24 24 24.00 42 57.14 0 0 0 5 0 v England 27 Jan 2013 ODI # 3329 2 2 0 34 24 17.00 58 58.62 0 0 0 7 0 v England 23 Jan 2013 ODI # 3327 3 3 0 67 33 22.33 111 60.36 0 0 0 11 0 v England 19 Jan 2013 ODI # 3322 4 4 0 75 33 18.75 124 60.48 0 0 0 12 0 v England 15 Jan 2013 ODI # 3320 5 5 0 127 52 25.40 176 72.15 0 1 0 19 0 v England 11 Jan 2013 ODI # 3318 6 6 0 142 52 23.66 203 69.95 0 1 0 20 0 v Pakistan 6 Jan 2013 ODI # 3316 7 7 0 153 52 21.85 228 67.10 0 1 0 21 0 v Pakistan 3 Jan 2013 ODI # 3315 8 8 0 161 52 20.12 245 65.71 0 1 0 22 0 v Pakistan 30 Dec 2012 ODI # 3314 9 9 0 161 52 17.88 247 65.18 0 1 1 22 0 v Pakistan 18 Mar 2012 ODI # 3263 10 10 0 172 52 17.20 263 65.39 0 1 1 23 0 v Bangladesh 16 Mar 2012 ODI # 3261 11 11 0 195 52 17.72 311 62.70 0 1 1 26 0 v Australia 26 Feb 2012 ODI # 3250 12 12 0 200 52 16.66 316 63.29 0 1 1 27 0 v Australia 19 Feb 2012 ODI # 3244 13 13 0 292 92 22.46 427 68.38 0 2 1 34 0 v Australia 12 Feb 2012 ODI # 3237 14 14 0 297 92 21.21 435 68.27 0 2 1 34 0 v Australia 5 Feb 2012 ODI # 3231 15 15 0 328 92 21.86 476 68.90 0 2 1 36 0 v West Indies 11 Dec 2011 ODI # 3224 16 16 0 395 92 24.68 543 72.74 0 3 1 47 0 v West Indies 8 Dec 2011 ODI # 3223 17 17 0 395 92 23.23 544 72.61 0 3 2 47 0 v West Indies 5 Dec 2011 ODI # 3221 18 18 0 407 92 22.61 562 72.41 0 3 2 49 0 v West Indies 2 Dec 2011 ODI # 3219 19 19 0 411 92 21.63 565 72.74 0 3 2 50 0 v West Indies 29 Nov 2011 ODI # 3217 20 20 0 449 92 22.45 611 73.48 0 3 2 54 0 v England 25 Oct 2011 ODI # 3210 21 21 0 450 92 21.42 617 72.93 0 3 2 54 0 v England 23 Oct 2011 ODI # 3207 22 22 0 508 92 23.09 677 75.03 0 4 2 57 1 v England 20 Oct 2011 ODI # 3205 23 23 1 592 92 26.90 767 77.18 0 5 2 67 1 v England 17 Oct 2011 ODI # 3201 24 24 1 624 92 27.13 800 78.00 0 5 2 71 1 v England 14 Oct 2011 ODI # 3199 25 25 1 651 92 27.12 832 78.24 0 5 2 73 1 v Pakistan 30 Mar 2011 ODI # 3147 26 26 1 701 92 28.04 896 78.23 0 6 2 75 1 v Australia 24 Mar 2011 ODI # 3143 27 27 1 723 92 27.80 922 78.41 0 6 2 79 1 v West Indies 20 Mar 2011 ODI # 3141 28 28 1 792 92 29.33 997 79.43 0 7 2 86 1 v South Africa 12 Mar 2011 ODI # 3128 29 29 1 820 92 29.28 1025 80.00 0 7 2 89 1 v Netherlands 9 Mar 2011 ODI # 3124 30 30 1 830 92 28.62 1040 79.80 0 7 2 91 1 v Ireland 6 Mar 2011 ODI # 3121 31 31 1 881 92 29.36 1101 80.01 0 8 2 96 1 v England 27 Feb 2011 ODI # 3110 32 32 1 920 92 29.67 1140 80.70 0 8 2 99 1 v Bangladesh 19 Feb 2011 ODI # 3100 33 33 1 920 92 28.75 1143 80.48 0 8 3 99 1 v New Zealand 10 Dec 2010 ODI # 3077 34 34 1 947 92 28.69 1167 81.14 0 8 3 103 1 v New Zealand 7 Dec 2010 ODI # 3076 35 35 2 1073 126* 32.51 1284 83.56 1 8 3 119 1 v New Zealand 4 Dec 2010 ODI # 3074 36 36 3 1211 138* 36.69 1400 86.50 2 8 3 137 1 v New Zealand 1 Dec 2010 ODI # 3072 37 37 3 1249 138* 36.73 1438 86.85 2 8 3 143 1 v New Zealand 28 Nov 2010 ODI # 3070 38 38 3 1332 138* 38.05 1535 86.77 2 9 3 149 2 v Pakistan 19 Jun 2010 ODI # 2996 39 39 3 1414 138* 39.27 1636 86.43 2 10 3 155 2 v Bangladesh 16 Jun 2010 ODI # 2993 40 40 3 1455 138* 39.32 1682 86.50 2 10 3 160 2 v Bangladesh 11 Jan 2010 ODI # 2942 41 41 3 1473 138* 38.76 1706 86.34 2 10 3 162 2 v Bangladesh 7 Jan 2010 ODI # 2939
  14. 1 point
    I think people can understand the difference between a drunk fan showing frustration by throwing a stone and a planned terrorist attack which wanted to kidnap/kills players. I like how you claimed about players not getting hurt but apart from 6 players injured, 6 policemen and 2 civilians were killed. Does their deaths not matter? However, to answer your question, the reason for the perception Pakistan has is because of their own doing. Seriously or not, people know that the stone throwers were caught and jailed. They know the intention and trust India and Indian government. on the other hand, this week, Pakistan threw out terror charges against Hafeez Saeed. Pakistanis can fool themselves by saying no evidence, etc, etc but the rest of the world is not blind and deaf. They know Pakistan government supports terrorists and since they do, how can they keep people safe from their own terrorists? Pet terrorists constantly go rogue The trust issues Pakistan has is linked to your government and their support of terrorists
  15. 1 point
    Gollum

    Tennis :2017 season

    Fed smashes Nadal to win the Shanghai Rolex Masters. Glorious day.
  16. 1 point
    good luck to arjun,hope to see another tendulkar playing international cricket soon.
  17. 1 point
    That asura Harshvardhan deleted his tweets after getting mauled by annoyed hindus. faack, this BJP has been a disappointment. Hindus need to turn towards sympathetic (or our own) advocacy groups, forget political parties. Get the temples freed first and use to funds to fight for remaining hindu causes. I'm done with shouting equal application of unjust laws. I want freedom to live my life the way I wish. If desert cultists like their barbarian ways, go nuts. Just leave me the * alone. Libtards are itching for a confrontation and they will get it.
  18. 1 point
    Same message from Kohli and Anushka. Apart from pollution they also talk about its effects on animals, esp dogs. Guess what, they are the 1st to wish on Bakrid. Bollywood has messed up these cricketers.
  19. 1 point
    maniac

    What are you eating now?

    1 frozen Aaloo Paratah, 1 frozen methi paratah cooked of course with tomato ketchup and a cup of yogurt with chaat masala sprinked in it. Yep folks I had to make my own dinner tonight
  20. 1 point
    Laaloo

    What are you eating now?

    Bharwan mirch Saala came out spicy. Had to add lime
  21. 1 point
    both are wrong, if done over an other deserving candidate. Its called nepotism if the ward is not skillful, we will see abt Arjun.
  22. 1 point
    Kid's got heart. Have seen so many rich kids throw daddy's cash and party all life. He is working hard, no need to be cynical.
  23. 1 point
    Aww poor children of rich and famous people, their life must be so difficult...NOT
  24. 1 point
    zen

    Cow discussion thread

    If ppl start evaluating everything in terms of economic value, it won't be long before they too are evaluated only based on their economic worth The planet belongs to all including animals. The thing that is spreading like virus is the population in Ind, many of them a burden on this planet
  25. 1 point
    Mariyam

    What is a "Fatwa"? Is it for real?

    I think a very chubby person from Motihari is a fat-wa.

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