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Comments: 15 
Posted by Rahulbose on (December 24, 2012, 6:33 GMT)

Haha, not too many remember the Aaloo incident. To be fair to Inzi, that was the only incident in a long career.

Posted by   on (December 23, 2012, 15:21 GMT)

@anparhdehaati: In SA 2007, Afridi swished his bat at a spectator as he walked back to the pavilion. He missed the spectator but got a 4-match ban in return.

Posted by   on (December 23, 2012, 15:18 GMT)

haha, good old Inzi looking cute.

how about another cartoon on Afridi and small hearted people? :P

Posted by Khooni-Darinda on (December 22, 2012, 21:15 GMT)

@ davidatlas999 : What was the Afridi incident in SA?

Posted by   on (December 22, 2012, 19:12 GMT)

@nilb : Shameless spectators?? Remember Chennai 1999 ??!

Posted by   on (December 21, 2012, 19:58 GMT)

Once again hatsoff satish very good one!! One shud have heart big enuf to accept someones presence of mind.. absolutely hillarious

bt not for prejudicials hehe lol

Keep it Up.. thumbs up

Posted by nilb on (December 21, 2012, 16:44 GMT)

This is funny because India has the most shameless and unruly spectators and fans in the entire world. Remember the 1996 world cup semi final ? Why blame Inzi and not the people who insult?

Posted by PakoP on (December 21, 2012, 16:24 GMT)

Lame !!! not cool , boring, whatever you wanna call it bud.

Posted by pitch_it_up on (December 21, 2012, 12:47 GMT)

I think it was 1997 friendship series in Toronto where Inzi lost his cool over the now (in)famous 'aalu' comments against him from someone in the crowd....memories. Inzi is generally a cool customer, but he does lose it on odd occasions! Good one Satish.

Posted by   on (December 21, 2012, 12:34 GMT)

really lame cartoon. It appears Satish has got tired of drawing Dhoni in the same losing situation again and again..

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