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Comments: 29 
Posted by   on (December 21, 2012, 20:01 GMT)

HEHE great one!! Excellent Work from satish!!

Posted by Cpt.Meanster on (December 21, 2012, 17:36 GMT)

But Satish also forgot to mention the heavy DOSES India handed Pakistan in the years following the English exit. Pakistan still hasn't recovered from all that. How about that for some history lesson guys ?

Posted by   on (December 21, 2012, 13:41 GMT)

good one , india gonna sturggle more

Posted by sid sharma on (December 20, 2012, 6:03 GMT)

Love that detail where MSD's sideburns have grey hair. And the theme of the cartoon... awe-inspiring. And I thought I was the most creative person... huh!

Posted by ramli on (December 20, 2012, 4:16 GMT)

Cannot escape laughing heartily ... what a plight for Dhoni ... the man who won the WC not so long ago ... good one

Posted by roversgate on (December 20, 2012, 0:06 GMT)

@ fan_of_good_cricket: India has been dominating Pakistan in World Cups as they always have and seeing as bilateral series have been stopped due to political tension, it is the only tournament that the two teams have played against each other. I do think India is the better ODI side at the moment but Pakistan has better confidence which will make it an even contest. It would take a blinder from Yuvraj or Raina to push things in India's favour.

Posted by   on (December 19, 2012, 23:57 GMT)

HAHAHA !Thats a Great one Satish ! Good JOB :)

Posted by S.Alis on (December 19, 2012, 16:32 GMT)

Just one word for this cartoon: Epic

Posted by   on (December 19, 2012, 15:32 GMT)

Dhoni looks more like Kapugedara here ! :P

Posted by swan_is_ordinary on (December 19, 2012, 15:23 GMT)

hats off man......really epic... Great humor + Presence of mind + wondrous skill = Satish's Cartoons

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