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« on: Jan 06, 2013 03:25 AM »

Indo-Pak cricketism: Which way Delhi will go?
[Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal, Chancellor-Founder of Centor for International Affairs(CIA); Specialist on State Terrorism ; Global columnist, Commentator  on world affairs , Expert on Mideast Affairs, Analyst on  sport fixings , Chronicler of Foreign occupations & Freedom movements (Palestine, Kashmir, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Xinjiang, Chechnya, etc.) Former university Teacher; website: http://]

of course, Pakistan has the clear advantage in Delhi. In Kolkata Pakistanis have shown they can win even if they bat first because they prefer to bowl firt  for some peculiar reasons. Like  most of the teams today, Pakistan first  offers 100s and 50s in anticipation of return favors.  .

Maybe as a memorable anti-climax in the  Indo-Pakistan cricketism   experiments in India, Calcutta's Eden Garden has declared the  visiting Pakistan team as the winner of the most prestigious Eden fruit for defeating the innocent looking Indians in second ODI, enabling it to clinch the ODI series as well.
As "Delhi battle", as Indian media nuts look at the third and final ODI on Sunday,  is fast approaching, Indo-Pak bowlers are getting ready to fight it out while the batobys in respective teams would like to make runs out of weaknesses of the bowlers and fielders 
One important  phenomenon in the ongoing Indo-Pak matches in India is that bowlers are struggling to showcase  their prowess as the ICC is pushing  for a pro-batboys  wicket and pitches. This is a significant effort by the bowlers especially the ICC boys deliberately keep the field open for the batboys to hit for 4s and 6s along the  field which is is not properly protected by sufficient  number of fielders. At least 18 fielders  are required to contain the happy attacks  of batboys. Especially when the bowlers throw balls to let the bat-boys hit expansive shots, more fielders are absolutely  necessary to stop the ball form rolling out of the  boundary line.
A sport should be played  in a genuine manner and should  not fool the spectators like magicians do.   
Ask any military establishment if the field security  in cricketism is enough! .  They will point out big security p lapses in the field where anyone can come, attack and run away safely with huge scores!
Indian predicament is worst in recent years  for its own fault in pampering and promoting one individual called Sachuin for huge scores on  official fixings. Today  Indian skipper Dhoni has lost his "aura" and the team has collapsed no matter whatever temporary stitch-work is undertaken. BCCI and sport ministry plus cricket mafia leaders refuse to opt for bold changes.
India has paraded a lot of former Pakistan cricketers with their post-paid counsels. But nothing seems to work in India favor. India is left with old memories....
Before the Pak-India teams faced  their first T20 in India  it seemed Pakistan was really and realistically weaker than India. But when they played out both T20s, it looked both are on equal footing. But after they finished their first 2 ODIs, Pakistan has emerged  much better than  the innocent looking host boys. However, although Pakistan has already won the series by 2-0 and the third result would not matter now. But that is not the final result, because  Delhi  battle is still there for them to face.

India wanted to defeat Pakistan and reach the top of ODI bogus ranking but the ambition proved to be invalid. India is worried about future matches against "in form" Australia, while Bangladesh is worried about getting defeated in Pakistan thoroughly..
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Because, India would consider Delhi battle as the most important one. Indian bowlers are no worse than Pakistan counterparts and the fight between these two teams would be interesting to watch.

Can Pakistan, which has already proved better than India, retain its better equipment in Indian capital as well?
Come over to Delhi for a day's rest and enjoy life.
The taste of Eden fruit should not hopefully make Pakistanis perform even a bit less..
د. عبد راف

Global media today, even in Muslim nations, are controlled by CIA  & other anti-Islamic agencies.Terrorism is caused by anti-Islamic forces.Regimes often resort to  state terrorism. Anti-Muslimism and anti-Islamism are more dangerous than "terrorism" Fake democracies like USA, Israel and India have zero-tolerance to any criticism of their anti-Muslim and other aggressive practices. Anti-Islamic forces & terrorists are using criminal elements for terrorizing the world and they in disguise are harming genuine interests of ordinary Muslims.
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