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Comments: 32 
Posted by   on (January 17, 2013, 13:53 GMT)

Oh my!! I cant imagine that a simple cartoon which was meant to be funny can stir these Pakistani fans to the core.LOL This cartoon is about awards to Ajmal but surprisingly the comments are about MOM awards for MSD? See the funnier side in a cartoon and get over it fellas

Posted by   on (January 16, 2013, 13:52 GMT)

Mistake by Indian Cricket Board, Jadeja got man of the match. HOW COME :-O wasn't DHONI playing ?:-p..... lol

Posted by harshant on (January 16, 2013, 10:18 GMT)

Ha ha ha! That's a nice one ced, I can't understand why people can't see the humor in here, it's a cartoon after all...

Posted by   on (January 15, 2013, 8:24 GMT)

I have no place to write this so writning here. WHY did Nasir Jamshed get man of the series where MS DHONI took 2 out of 3 man of the matches and NASIR got 1/3. DHONI also had a good 50 in the other game and deserved a man of the match there as well ( WHO CARES WHO WoN) lol

Posted by sparth on (January 14, 2013, 22:45 GMT)

Where's Satish gone? Even though his jokes weren't brilliant, they were still somewhat good compared to this

Posted by   on (January 14, 2013, 20:20 GMT)

Ajmal really was bowler of the year for Pakistan in all 3 formats. All his awards were well-deserved. Get over it.

Posted by   on (January 14, 2013, 19:55 GMT)

pretty lame to be honest. he deserves it, unliek the toddler called dhoni who get s aman of the match award for scoring more than a duck.

Posted by   on (January 14, 2013, 19:26 GMT)

It would have much better if dhooni stand in there and claping :p

Posted by a133936 on (January 14, 2013, 17:07 GMT)

@ahsan123 Chill out man. You need to understand Ind-Pak rivalry or sports rivalry in general. Where does it say that rivalry has to stay on the cricket ground. Every comment made here is out rivalry and banter.....same tone, same context, same language that I talk to my Indian friends at work.... and all of us enjoy giving it to each other at lunch hour or whenever. So ... please relax! :)

Posted by   on (January 14, 2013, 15:37 GMT)

Australia beat Sri Lanka by 107 runs in 1st Odi. Man of the Match MS Dhoni. :P

Sri Lanka beat Australia by 8 wickets in 2nd Odi. Man of the Match MS Dhoni. :P

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