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Satish Acharya is a cartoonist in Mumbai

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Comments: 11 
Posted by Navide on (October 13, 2012, 9:32 GMT)

Really. Enough of T20. Everyone overdosing it

Posted by raghavan88 on (October 12, 2012, 12:45 GMT)

Very nice cartoon.Clearly there is an overdose of T20 these days

Posted by AffableSyed on (October 11, 2012, 13:03 GMT)

Awesome... Well Captured... Even when India won the world cup they had to get back on field in a week to play IPL.

Posted by V-Man_ on (October 11, 2012, 6:13 GMT)

Three non-Indian cartoons in a row from Satish. It's a hat-trick. Is there going to be a fourth one? Can he continue the streak? And the big question is "Is Indian cricket interesting no more?" :-P

Posted by Dark.Matter on (October 10, 2012, 23:53 GMT)

i remember there were lot of tri nation series in 80s and 90s which kept the game of 50 over cricket very interesting. but now just stupid clt20 , ipl, bpl, slpl bla bla bla bla...............useless

Posted by Dashgar on (October 10, 2012, 13:30 GMT)

Don't worry, there's always Sheffield Shield to enjoy.

Posted by   on (October 10, 2012, 12:36 GMT)

Awesome .................

Posted by naansari on (October 10, 2012, 9:50 GMT)

Currently it is has been too much overdose of T20 leagues all around which is actually ruthless & overstressing for the players and it's not good for the game too!!!!! The administrators should think about it and do something.....

Posted by Sunman81 on (October 10, 2012, 7:41 GMT)

Yeah it is overdose of cricket... well depicted...

Posted by mfmfaiq on (October 10, 2012, 7:24 GMT)

T20 Enough Dude... Lets Play Some Pure Cricket!!

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