Can Pakistan Fight Back?

Written by Fahd Mirza on November 16th, 2007   (59 views)

Can Pakistan fight back in the ongoing tour of India? Hell no. With the lame fielding, substandard bowling, cheap batting they don’t stand a chance against the formidable Indian team, which is improving day by day.

 

Talent and skill aside, India is showing much more spark, passion and will to win the matches against their archrivals. During the course of the matches, India show a very strong and sensational sense of urgency coupled with calculated game plan. They not only have got the talent but also presence of mind, whereas Pakistan is just dragging along.

 

Whatever runs Pakistani batsmen are scoring are just benefiting their individual averages, and not doing much for the synergical benefit of the team. The irresponsible and lazy batting of Mohammad Yousuf, disgustingly funny batting of Younus Khan, indifferent batting of skipper Shoaib Malik, unreliable batting of openers and Shahid Afridi is not at all at par with the excellent Indian batting line up.

 

Indians have got a sound amalgamation of talent and experience in their team. Starting from star batsman Sachin Tendulkar to the tail batsman Irfan Pathan, they introduce in between the likes of Gautam Gambhir, Yuvraj Singh, Uttappa, M.S. Dhoni, Ganguly and the list goes on. They have become so formidable that even player like Rahul Dravid who was captaining India not so long ago has to sit on the benches.

 

How could you even think about a solid and joyous win when you have an idiot creep like Kamran Akmal? At one side they have one of the world’s best wicket-keeper batsmen Dhoni, and on the other side we have that disgusting bunch of bones and hairs with holes in the hands.

 

I am so disgusted; I even don’t want to compare the bowling of the two teams. Suffice is to say that, Indian bowling is far much better than the Pakistanis.

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