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Comments: 19 
Posted by frontfootplayer on (September 20, 2012, 22:04 GMT)

LOL its a good one! bhaji is looking funny as hell

Posted by   on (September 20, 2012, 16:58 GMT)

Awesome Sir!!! i salute ur creativity !!! And not bcause im on the winning side

Posted by   on (September 20, 2012, 5:16 GMT)

hahahahahaha once again excellent one :) enjoyed

Posted by withwateen on (September 20, 2012, 2:36 GMT)

Mister Satish Acharya, what about the 111 defended by England:-)

Posted by   on (September 19, 2012, 13:04 GMT)

it was just a warm up match, it showed them their weaknesses and strengths, even pakistani bowlers were hammered by virat and rohit all around the park, it can happen to any team, and warm up game should not given much importance, pakistan was bowled out for just 96 in their 2nd warm up game against england.

Posted by   on (September 19, 2012, 9:52 GMT)

HeHeHe . India played well too But Kamran was Stunningggggg !!

Posted by silverhawk on (September 19, 2012, 9:46 GMT)

Pak India match always ends up with lot of fire. Dhoni 11 will remember this heat throughout the tournament. I like the way Kohli lit up the candle and finally Kamran burnt the Indian dugout.

Posted by DaisonGarvasis on (September 19, 2012, 9:42 GMT)

Hahaha, really wonder how your mind works Sathish! Excellent cartoon this one, just like every other cartoons you create

Posted by Noman_Yousuf_Dandore on (September 19, 2012, 9:32 GMT)

Hahahaha!!! Excellent job Satish; good to see Pakistan getting a upper hand for once in your cartoons.

Posted by Rajeshj on (September 19, 2012, 9:08 GMT)

hahaha... fantastic one Satish... its time these guys stopped worrying about their hair styles, skin lotions, super-hero mannerisms etc. and start focusing on cricket...

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