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  1. My only grouse with fast bowling selection, we needed atleast 1 if not 2 fast bowlers, if Shami or Bumrah is injured just imagine the pounding our trundler will get.
  2. Sgattick10

    WC squad selected, DK n Jaddu selected.....no rayudu, pant

    Only 2 fast bowlers wow *slow claps*
  3. Should have won with 2-3 ovrs to spare lol RR took it to last ball, enjoyable for the neutrals
  4. Sgattick10

    Pak Major's tweet for Khawaja

    What does Ghafoor has to say about the 5 - 0 drubbing koi tweet waghera to praise proud Pak boy Usmaan
  5. Sgattick10

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha!!! Let's all laugh at the padosis :)

    what does Usman's fan Pak military chief have to say about the 5-0 drubbing 
  6. Russian media is all-praise for Modi’s A-SAT, but British press is ‘furious’ International media organisations are divided in their opinion on India’s maiden A-SAT missile test. RATNADEEP CHOUDHARY 28 March, 2019 3:53 pm File photo of Anti Satellite missile launch | PIB India New Delhi: As India conducted its first anti-satellite (A-SAT) missile test Wednesday, the international media had mixed reactions to the success of ‘Mission Shakti’. While the US media said ‘Mission Shakti’ “demonstrates India’s growing ambitions and footprint in space, where its neighbor China is seen as dominant”, the UK media expressed “fury” over it. On the other hand, both Pakistani and Chinese media expressed suspicion over the success of the space mission. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday, in a televised address to the nation, announced that India conducted its first anti-satellite (A-SAT) missile test by successfully destroying a low earth orbit satellite in space. The PM said that India is the fourth country after US, Russia and China to have carried out an A-SAT test. ThePrint takes a look at the international media’s take on ‘Mission Shakti’. The Washington Post The Washington Post, in “India shoots down satellite in test of space defense, Modi announces”, is quick to link the missile launch to Indian military’s preparedness. “The successful test comes amid broader concerns about the readiness of India’s armed forces for modern battles. It recently engaged Pakistan in its first aerial dogfight in decades. Pakistan shot down an Indian jet and took an Indian pilot into custody”, it writes. Post adds, “The latest feat demonstrates India’s growing ambitions and footprint in space, where its neighbor China is seen as dominant”. Also read: Pakistan urges world to condemn ‘Mission Shakti’, China calls for peace in outer space The Daily Express British tabloid newspaper, The Daily Express takes a bold stand and writes “FURY as ‘elite space power’ India shoots satellite from sky – and we STILL pay them AID”. The newspaper questions India’s expensive space expedition “while the UK STILL ploughs millions in foreign aid to the country at the cost of the taxpayer”. “Controversial Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed the country as an elite space power that can now face a threat of any kind”, writes the newspaper. It adds, “The new hi-tech warfare system is said to cost billions – despite receiving nearly £100m in aid cash from the UK over the last two years.” RT The Russian channel RT is all praise for India’s A-SAT: “India joins space ‘super league’ as it shoots down satellite with precision missile- Modi”. The media outlet says India’s technological advances should not be “underestimated”. A Russian military expert, Mikhail Khodarenok, claims that hitting a satellite 300 km above the ground was “quite a result” and India may “consider developing spacecraft able to defend their own satellites.” Dawn The Pakistani newspaper Dawn is suspicious of India’s achievement. Its headline reads, “India claims to shoot down satellite, join ‘space superpowers’. Its opening lines reads, “Just weeks before India goes to the polls, Modi said Indian scientists ‘shot down a live satellite at a low-earth orbit’”. The newspaper also quoted Pakistan’s Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal as saying, “Boasting of such capabilities is reminiscent of Don Quixote’s tilting against windmills”. ‘Tilting at windmills’ is derived from the 1605 novel Don Quixote, which means fighting fictitious enemies. The novel is written by Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. China Daily The Chinese newspaper China Dailyis deadpan straight. It says: “Modi says India shoots down satellite on low earth orbit”. Like Dawn, the brief report casts a doubt. It writes: “Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday in a surprise address to the nation claimed Indian scientists shot down a live satellite on a low earth orbit with an anti-satellite weapon”. Gulf Today The UAE-based Gulf Today’sheadline reads, “India shoots down own satellite in test”. The newspaper describes the test in the context of the recent India-Pakistan confrontations: “Modi’s Hindu nationalist-led government has taken a strong position on national security, launching air strikes last month on a suspected militant camp in Pakistan that spurred retaliatory raids.”
  7. Saw a post on Insta, Kohli praising Navdeep Saini, calling him lethal, is it true or a fake post?
  8. Yep even the so called kashmiri liberals are pro pakistan/anti India.. For them religion trumps everything else.
  9. Tweet Conversation Sagar @sagarcasm This is the most random sentence since "Ek pal ka jeena, phir to hai jaana Tofa kya leke jaaye, dil ye bataana" 12:22 AM · Mar 23, 2019 · Twitter for Android
  10. When is the match against Pak?
  11. Sgattick10

    Pak Major's tweet for Khawaja

    Funny thing is some Pakistani are trying to troll Indians by hailing Aussies esp Khwaja, ab khud se toh Kuch hota nahi hai... Doosro ke kandhe pe bandook rakh ke goli chalao, pakio ki purani aadat.
  12. Sgattick10

    Pak Major's tweet for Khawaja

    Pakistan’s Major General Asif Ghafoor lauds Usman Khawaja for his exceptional batting against India Khawaja won the Man of the Series award for being the highest run-getter. by Aditya AUTHOR Published - Mar 14, 2019 2:03 pm Updated - Mar 14, 2019 2:03 pm 4.1K Views Usman Khawaja. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images) India lost the five-match ODI series against Australia after being 0-2 down. The visitors staged a stunning fightback on the back of some brilliant batsmanship and intelligent bowling. Usman Khawaja led the revival with the bat for them as he ended up with two centuries and the same number of fifty-plus scores. Deservedly, he also won the Man of the Series award and was specially praised by Pakistan’s Major General Asif Ghafoor, the director-general of Inter-Services Public Relations. This praise across for an Australian comes on the backdrop of the recent tensed relations between India and Pakistan. In the aftermath of the Pulwama attack, India had carried out air-strikes on the terror camps of Jaish-e-Mohammed in Balakot in Pakistan. The tensions had increased to the higher levels on the border between the two countries then as Pakistan also attacked the very next day to shot down an Indian aircraft. Moreover, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) also criticised the Indian team’s decision to wear the camouflage caps in the third ODI in Ranchi. They also asked the ICC to take action against the BCCI over the same. Ghafoor’s tweet for Khawaja Since then, Australia won all the three matches and Usman Khawaja was the main man for them opening the innings. The series turned on its head and the visitors completed one of the remarkable turn arounds in the ODIs to win the series in India after a long time. Interestingly, Asif Ghafoor since the third ODI was of all praise for Pakistan-born Khawaja for his batting and came up with three tweets for as many matches. Also, in the latest of his tweets, he highlighted the words ‘STRIKE’ and ‘CAP’ to troll the Indian team. This might not go down well with the Indian fans and a war of words on social media can start now. Meanwhile, Australia next play against Pakistan in the UAE in the five-match ODI series later this month and it will be interesting to see what will be Ghafoor’s reaction if Khawaja continues his great form against his team as well. Here are the tweets: Get the latest Cricket News and updates, Match Predictions, Fantasy Cricket Tips and lots more on CricTracker.com.
  13. Sgattick10

    So without Dhoni....we cant win?

    Kohli sucks as ODI captain.
  14. Are we losing? Not watching the match.

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