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Indian Sports Analysts: Pakistan Tore Us Apart

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Pakistan's 10-wicket triumph over India in their recent T20 World Cup match has made history. It's the country's first ever win against its neighbor in 13 T20 World Cup matches played since 2007. It is also historic because the Indian bowlers failed to take even a single Pakistani wicket. Pakistani opening batsmen Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan romped to an easy 10-wicket victory by scoring 152 runs without any losses. Batting first, India lost 7 wickets to reach 151 runs total. Since this India-Pakistan encounter on October 24, 2021, Pakistan has gone on to win its second match against New Zealand by 5 wickets.
Babar Azam and Virat Kohli

In a rare honest analysis seen on India's ZeeTV, the comments by retired Indian cricketer Mohammad Kaif and sports journalist Harpal Singh Bedi summed up the results as follows:
Mohammad Kaif: "Shameful defeat for India"..."No amount of praise (for Pakistan) is enough"... "They (Pakistan) have done it without practice matches..New Zealand pulled out...England cancelled tour"..,.. "Dew factor hurt us (India) because we failed to take early wickets before dew became a factor" ..."we got no wickets...we were completely flat on our back (Charo khane chit)....."Babar Azam had a complete plan...all 11 players pre-announced....field first..etc" "Shaheen's bowling was amazing"

Harpal Singh Bedi: "They tore us apart....they exposed us...we were completely dismantled" .... "Pakistan did the same in the Champions Trophy Final in 2017"..."Dew factor has no meaning".. "Never underestimate other teams" ..."Always respect the opponent" ...."Pakistan took early wickets...essential in T20" ..."Mauka Mauka is nonsense!"

For the uninitiated, "Mauka Mauka" is an Indian ad that mocks Pakistan for its string of losses against India in World Cup matches. Pakistan has done better against India in matches played outside of the World Cup. The two sides have played a total of 200 times. Pakistan has won 87 matches compared to India's 70 victories. In Test matches and ODIs Pakistan has won more matches than India, although India has won six of the nine T20 International between the two sides.

It is indeed refreshing to see such candid commentary by Indian analysts on the emotion-filled India-Pakistan T20 encounter in Dubai, UAE. Here's a video of the ZeeNews show:





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“It's the country's first ever win against its neighbor in 13 T20 World Cup matches played since 2007.”

I think he means 13 world cup matches (odi + t20), and that too since 1980s.
 

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“It's the country's first ever win against its neighbor in 13 T20 World Cup matches played since 2007.”

I think he means 13 world cup matches (odi + t20), and that too since 1980s.
Mauka Mauka is bitter reality!
In ODI World Cups India 7, Pak 0
In T20 WCs India 5, Pak 1
But in Champion Trophy India 2, Pak 3
 

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Well it had to happen someday, i mean how long can one keep losing statistically law of averages caught up!
Congrats byw, it has become more interesting now. Cheers!
 

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#India Seems Determined to Lose to #Pakistan in More Than #Cricket. Arrests of #Muslims celebrating the Pakistani team’s win underscore how #Hindu nationalists are self-sabotaging. by @dhume

https://www.wsj.com/articles/india-...yowr3bwfumoai&reflink=desktopwebshare_twitter via @WSJOpinion

Against this backdrop, the last thing India needs is unrest in its 200-million-strong Muslim population, the second largest in the world behind Indonesia. Instability in India would have wide-ranging geopolitical implications. It would signal weakness to Beijing and unreliability to those in Washington who look to India as a democratic counterweight to Chinese autocracy. Islamic extremists could also use indiscriminate crackdowns on Indian Muslims to attract recruits, further destabilizing the region.
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The last thing most Indians want is to strengthen Pakistan, but India’s turn to increasingly hard-line Hindu nationalism is likely to do just that. An apparently growing tendency among Indians to refuse to distinguish between ordinary Muslims and dangerous Islamists will open India to instability and national-security threats—a point underscored by, of all things, the T-20 cricket World Cup.

After the Pakistani team beat India on Sunday, police in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh arrested seven Muslims for allegedly celebrating Pakistan’s victory. They face a variety of charges, including sedition, according to the state’s chief minister. In Indian-administered Kashmir, students and staff from two medical colleges face criminal charges under a harsh antiterrorism law for allegedly cheering the Pakistani cricket win. Many of India’s illiberal laws predate the rise of Hindu nationalism—some date back to colonial rule—but under the ruling Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party these laws are increasingly used against Muslims deemed insufficiently patriotic.

India is already caught in a fraught geopolitical environment. Chinese troops have squatted for more than a year on territory that India also claims, and a military buildup along the two countries’ disputed 2,200-mile border shows few signs of receding. The Taliban victory in Afghanistan—backed by covert support from the Pakistani army—boosts radical Islam across the region. A spate of terrorist attacks in the Indian part of Kashmir over the past four weeks raises fears that the restive region is headed for a new bout of instability.

Violent anti-blasphemy protests and killings by the Pakistani Taliban underscore Pakistan’s continued lurch toward radicalization. Even Bangladesh, which has been a bastion of relative religious moderation over the past decade, is showing signs of strain. Earlier this month, violent Muslim mobs vandalized roughly 17 temples and killed at least two people during the Hindu festival of Durga Puja.

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It’s also very much in Pakistan’s interest to exploit India’s domestic fault lines. In a video shortly after the cricket game, Pakistan’s Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed hailed his team’s win as a victory for Islam. He claimed that the win was celebrated by Muslims around the world, including those in India.

Hindu nationalists took the bait—the minister’s video went viral in India. They also shared clips on social media of Indian Muslims allegedly celebrating Pakistan’s cricket victory, but it’s hard to say if these videos represent a widespread pattern, and if many of them are even genuine. Since Mr. Modi’s election in 2014, a vast network of Hindu nationalist websites, social media accounts and pro-government TV channels—not known for factual rigor—have taken to vilifying Indian Muslims.
 

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Twitter takes Team India to the cleaners after loss to New Zealand


Disappointed in the men in blue, Indians took to the blue bird on Sunday evening to vent their frustration at India’s fading chances in the T20 Cricket World Cup.


The Indian team registered its second loss in the cricket world cup on Sunday when they were defeated by New Zealand. The Kiwis beat India by eight wickets with 33 balls to go in a match that was not nail-biting, to say the least.

Earlier, on October 24, India lost to Pakistan by ten wickets in their much-awaited first match in the tournament. Indian fans, for whom cricket is much more than just a sport, had pinned all their hopes on the game against New Zealand. But very soon, it seemed clear that this one too was not going to end well.

The bitter taste of defeat, if nothing else, gave rise to some pretty funny tweets.
 

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Clear sighted Wall Street Journal article by Sadanand Dhume. RSS projects simple idolatrous assumptions on others because Hinduism is a philosophy of idolatry:

"For the Hindu nationalist ideologue Vinayak Savarkar (1883-1966), India was an ancient Hindu land whose Muslims and Christians formed a kind of fifth column. They couldn’t be fully trusted because their holy lands—Mecca, Rome and Jerusalem—lay outside India."

Where were Hindus in the liberation of Lahore and Multan from Mongols? Where were Hindus in the liberation against Alexander's forces?
 

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Its a good team but IPL, over exposure and too much pressure because of media shit like this has made the entire team dizzy. They are making shit decisions and its just not their tournament this time.

Indian media going in overdrive just as they do in every other issue. Their team was good but they were hyped up to be some demi-gods just like their military. And now that they have been beaten comprehensively they are being called names. Saw another clip where Pakistan's cricket strategy was being called Jihad.


Pakistan "tore you apart"? baby, was it our size or were we just too rough? I hope the "tears" aren't too painful...😆
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INSHALLAH by help of ALLAH hopefully we would also break the jinx of one day world cup also in next world cup.
 

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India's BCCI To Squeeze Pakistan Super League

India's BCCI wants to force foreign players to choose between IPL and PSL to hurt Pakistan Super League. Earlier this year, BCCI issued threats against foreign players who had signed up for Kashmir Premier League (KPL). Analysts believe that BCCI is very likely to take a much harder line against Pakistan. A recent development that supports this view is that Jay Shah, son of PM Narendra Modi's right-hand man Amit Shah, is the new head of the Indian Cricket Board.

 

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... Pakistan has done better against India in matches played outside of the World Cup. The two sides have played a total of 200 times. Pakistan has won 87 matches compared to India's 70 victories. In Test matches and ODIs Pakistan has won more matches than India, although India has won six of the nine T20 International between the two sides. ...
Wow. That's some impressive statistics from Pakistan.
 

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Mauka Mauka is bitter reality!
In ODI World Cups India 7, Pak 0
In T20 WCs India 5, Pak 1
But in Champion Trophy India 2, Pak 3
It all non sense. Hype created by India and stupid Pakistanis latching on it. There is nothing like "world cup matches". its all ICC authorized matches, every match. Below is the head to head between Pakistan and India throughout history.

Test: (Pakistan 12; India 9) ODI: (Pakistan 73; India 55)


Complete domination by Pakistan. It will take generations of Indians to come close to Pakistani record let alone better it, provided Pakistan stop winning from now on.
 

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