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Comments: 7 
Posted by Match-winner on (February 8, 2013, 14:19 GMT)

Come on Adnan, I am a Pakistani (and it seems many others commenting here are too), and I have to be fair, there were worst things written for Indians (and that too for quiet long) when they lost and kept loosing to Aussies and English sides. We were all very very sad when they got out for 49 - it wasn't something to be proud of, but then again it's part of the game, and inshaAllah Pakistan will do great in tests to come, but I think there was nothig wrong in this graphics, it was funny, so enjoy it and move on.

Posted by   on (February 7, 2013, 19:14 GMT)

I felt like laughing on this one, but realized instantly that joke could be soon on us as we are touring SA next. God knows what total we are dismissed for. Only substitutions might be Dravid/Laxman/Ganguly in place of Waz/Waqar and 2003 WC victory against Pakistan :(!

Posted by adnan_rifat84 on (February 7, 2013, 18:00 GMT)

espncricinfo where were these graphic details when others team get out under 50? This is cricket try to respect about countries and there fans..when some country couldn't perform of course there fans also dis appointed but the way you did is totally biased about Pakistan. Look like some team is bowled first time under 49? have you ever mention these kinds of graphs on Indian or English fans who are more emotional and react harsh on winning or loosing. Show some respect for nations who ever they are.

Posted by davidatlas999 on (February 7, 2013, 12:57 GMT)

i just feel bad then said okay no problem but please play good cricket in next test.

Posted by rockon16 on (February 7, 2013, 11:59 GMT)

LOL, after reading this no Pakistani supporter will feel miserable of the 49 all out! One of the best Graphic Details diagram!

Posted by DayDevil on (February 7, 2013, 11:57 GMT)

Hahahaha. Awesome, brilliant and so true :D

Posted by MalikAnasAhmad on (February 7, 2013, 11:10 GMT)

buhahahahaha nice one man

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