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Shocked at Yuzi chahal being dropped from t20s and feel bad for dhawan on being dropped - Aakash chopra

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1 hour ago, Lone Wolf said:

Subtle dig at Rahul Chahar..  Good on him if he has bones to pick with someone who is 10 years younger than him. 

Aakash Chopra is doing quite a few interviews with Chahal Kuldeep Deepak Chahar these days..  Manish Pandey maybe next on the list. 

And a dig at the selectors. Chetan Sharma came across as a non-nonsense type of person in the PC after T20 WC squad announcement. 

 

By mocking Chief Selector, Chahal may have dug a big hole for himself.

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Akash Chopra is the epitome and the poster boy for mediocrity in Indian cricket. He represents the darkest age of Indian cricket. He is damn lucky that Australia fielded an utmost mediocre bowling line up in 2003 and he could keep his manhood intact for an year until McGrath came and plucked it off his body like a ripe cherry in 2004. He runs his mediocre youtube channel to milk the illiterate average Indian cricket fans and collabs with money hungry piss poor F(P)aki youtubers. Now this fool has the gall to comment on Indian selection matters.

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32 minutes ago, Sandeep99 said:

Akash Chopra is the epitome and the poster boy for mediocrity in Indian cricket. He represents the darkest age of Indian cricket. He is damn lucky that Australia fielded an utmost mediocre bowling line up in 2003 and he could keep his manhood intact for an year until McGrath came and plucked it off his body like a ripe cherry in 2004. He runs his mediocre youtube channel to milk the illiterate average Indian cricket fans and collabs with money hungry piss poor F(P)aki youtubers. Now this fool has the gall to comment on Indian selection matters.

Pakistani news channel bring him as an expert too I guess..  I don't know what his deal is but he is nothing but Gareebon ka Boria majumdar.. 

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40 minutes ago, Sandeep99 said:

Akash Chopra is the epitome and the poster boy for mediocrity in Indian cricket. He represents the darkest age of Indian cricket. He is damn lucky that Australia fielded an utmost mediocre bowling line up in 2003 and he could keep his manhood intact for an year until McGrath came and plucked it off his body like a ripe cherry in 2004. He runs his mediocre youtube channel to milk the illiterate average Indian cricket fans and collabs with money hungry piss poor F(P)aki youtubers. Now this fool has the gall to comment on Indian selection matters.

 

They should have used Sadagopan Ramesh on that tour. They used him in all sorts of batting position in toure game. But he did better than Chopra. But CHopra was preferred. Not like he did well there. His average was 23.

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2 hours ago, Sandeep99 said:

Akash Chopra is the epitome and the poster boy for mediocrity in Indian cricket. He represents the darkest age of Indian cricket. He is damn lucky that Australia fielded an utmost mediocre bowling line up in 2003 and he could keep his manhood intact for an year until McGrath came and plucked it off his body like a ripe cherry in 2004. He runs his mediocre youtube channel to milk the illiterate average Indian cricket fans and collabs with money hungry piss poor F(P)aki youtubers. Now this fool has the gall to comment on Indian selection matters.

Actually if a person like you who doesn't know which end of the bat to hold can comment on Indian selection than what's wrong with a first class cricketer doing the same.? 

Say this same thing in front of him and he will remind you where you stand when compared to him. (on cricketing abilities) 

 

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