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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Babies

First of all Bangla cricketers have no sport-man spirit .
They cried like spoiled brat after losing Asia cup's final match .
And then after recovering  from that shock  they challenged us to re-play .
To be very honest they were so annoying in the whole series.

I am so glad Asian Cricket Council    turned down  that babyish demand.

21 comments:

  1. there is no denying the fact that they played good cricket and arguably deserved to win the cup but made at the end made a mess of their entire efforts by submitting a foolish complaint that the bowler stopped the batsman from taking a run. Everyone knows that onfield umpire decision is final and cannot be challenged.

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  2. It was first for them to have made it so far but they have to learn to keep their cool. They lost composure in the end.

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  3. Do not watch Cricket as it is now too much messed up :)Nice reaction, Izdhiher

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  4. Hahahah .. !! Exactly, izdiher. First when they played remarkably well, considering their past matches' progress, our heart went out for them. But now, what the hell? Never have seen such losers before :/ :D

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  5. I cannot really relate but I support you absolute 100%.

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  6. Sadly there are many sports "heroes" who seem to be the same. It appears that the days of good sportsmanship are gone for the moment.

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  7. I don't know anything about this, but I approve - Sportsmen nowadays seem quite crazy to me!!

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  8. When a team expects too much with high confident, then they lose, it feels so bitter.
    I ever took an audition, then I was selected as big 50. I expected myself that I can be more than just 50, I expected too much. Once the result was not as I wished, I felt so down. I cant forget that until this second.

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  9. That's when sportsmen don't do their jobs. They're meant to buck up and smile when they lose and instead they act all pricey and indulge in offensive behaviour. Strange !

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  10. I don't know all the rules of cricket, but I do like to watch it when it comes on.

    Good sportsmanship should always be a top priority in any sport. Too bad some adults still don't get that.

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  11. Sorry, no thoughts on cricket. I think I've seen it on TV once or twice.

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  12. Cricket is not my game. But human nature is! And I in total agreement about athletes of this past 30 years--and before.

    In US, University 'stars' become overnight millionaires and all too often fizzle out like a wet firecracker.

    And the most basic rule of any game is seldom broken--that "rule" is "DON'T GET CAUGHT!"

    Thanks Izdiher, for your succinctly written opinion.

    ...and, of course...PEACE!

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  13. Haha babies indeed. Maybe they'll kick their feet in the air and cry again, or probably sulk :D
    THough I really don't like cricket!

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  14. it is a good point. I loved the music the most... acha gana hai... but i counldnt find the widget which was the source...

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  15. I hate cricket. And I agree that they are acting like babies! GOD!

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  16. Hi Izdiher :) Eesha from 'Begun Bhaja'. Adore your blog.

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  17. Lol seriously i am GLAD they turned down Bangladesh's childish request!!
    Well but in there defence it was their first time, they couldn't handle the pressure.. :P

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  18. LOL! ha ha ..I just never follow and like cricket! Guess that makes me pagan to a country following cricket like religion :D

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