мБтм™ asked in SportsCricket · 1 decade ago

Is India the most envied cricket nation?

there are many aussies here who just look for an opportunity to rant against our board, country, people and cricket. It seems aussies were more upset when NZ entered the abyss and Aussies were more jubiliant coming out of their holes to cheer when FATSO RIDER and VITIORY rode their luck ~

why so much envy to Indian nation, this seems to be a good sign for us that hidden GOATS keep serching for an opportunity to come out of holes and rant ~

LOL, we rule this game, i have full empathy for aussies who were a partner to english in the start of this game, we took everything of theirs , power , money involved and now we are even stronger than them at the field ~

neighbour's envy ~

owner's pride ~

comments ~

god bells~

Update:

Go Harby on the field and go BCCI off the field to kick these unwanted crops to the curb ~

let them envy and burn their blood, we keep treading on the path of progress and advancement ~

stronger , higher and fortified ~

INDIA RULZ~

Indian cricket owns the world cricket~

Update 2:

i love these hating losers who are envied of our money power in cricket, the strength of our board and now even our team , LMAO~

may jesus boil your blood more ~

god bells~

Update 3:

hey first answer, only haydo had issues with slow things because he couldn't enter double figures ~ and also only moneky man had issues with us but we finished his career, go search for him , he might be fishing somewhere near bay~

Update 4:

lol at weak man symo ~

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  • 1 decade ago
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    If you thought India was such a great country you would be living their yourself.

    Your ex wife tells us that you have gone off the cheap whisky and started drinking turps.

    We can all see that it's starting to fry your brain.

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  • 4 years ago

    The point JB was trying to make that Indian cricketers aren't developed properly and that they have never been basically able to live up to the level that you would expect from a country that has such a huge population. And then my counter Q was to imply that if cricketers were developed properly in England then why all their best players are not from their "homegrown" pool of talent ?! The "equal opportunity" is a totally different subject to that debate , but i agree that ECB gives opportunities to immigrants and they do this because it helps rise their cricket team's standard! cheers~ Edit:@ Sanga, But basically they're all sri lankans arent they? as per your answer in my Q . And if its about "religions" as you mentioned players religious backgrounds then India would outclass lanka in those terms any day as there have been too many minority players who represented India. For TJ's question - I think West Indies would fit the bill as they have had players of many different cultures - be it white , ancestrally Indian, or blacks~

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No, because they lead neither the test or ODI rankings & they will lose the T20 WC next time round, having been comprehensively beaten twice each by NZ & Australia over the las 12 months.

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  • One of three things has happened to ashish bhatia today:

    (a) He's stopped taking his medication or

    (b) He's drinking that cheap scotch again or

    (c) Both of the above.

    Remember your deal ashish - if Australia won the Test series in SA and india loses the Test series in NZ, then you leave here for good. We all saw your post, don't deny it.

    Source(s): PS - I agree with FatBoy Bhatia 100%
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  • Bill P
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    India bowls out NZ for 279 and is 0 for 29 at stumps. If you had checked there were a number of Australians complementing Ryder and Vetorri's innings.

    As an Indian supporter I thought you might be out cheering them on rather than delivering your normal vitriol.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    If India is such a great country, why do you live in Switzerland?

    I am a man who walks alone

    And when I'm walking a dark road

    At night or strolling through the park

    When the light begins to change

    I sometimes feel a little strange

    A little anxious when it's dark

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    I have a constant fear that somethings always near

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    I have a phobia that someone's always there

    Have you run your fingers down the wall

    And have you felt your neck skin crawl

    When you're searching for the light?

    Sometimes when you're scared to take a look

    At the corner of the room

    You've sensed that somethings watching you

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    I have a constant fear that somethings always near

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    I have a phobia that someone's always there

    Have you ever been alone at night

    Thought you heard footsteps behind

    And turned around and no one's there?

    And as you quicken up your pace

    You find it hard to look again

    Because you're sure there's someone there

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    I have a constant fear that somethings always near

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    I have a phobia that someone's always there

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    Watching horror films the night before

    Debating witches and folklores

    The unknown troubles on your mind

    Maybe your mind is playing tricks

    You sense, and suddenly eyes fix

    On dancing shadows from behind

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    I have a constant fear that somethings always near

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    I have a phobia that someone's always there

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    I have a constant fear that somethings always near

    Fear of the dark, fear of the dark

    I have a phobia that someone's always there

    When I'm walking a dark road

    I am a man who walks alone.

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  • 1 decade ago

    All I can say as far as cricket fans go, you are a disgrace with this utter nonsense.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Muahahahahaha your that good you need to fork out millions to lure foreigners to play in the (soon defunct) IPL.

    Face facts Indians love to watch Aussies play and it's absolutely killing you.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    aussies should look at the hole before they **** !

    aussies are the worlds dumbest race alright?

    india produces the most docs and engineers of the world

    we hold the toughest examinations

    win the most chem, match, physics, and astro olympiads

    we have the largest number of foreign direct investment

    the worlds strongest economy

    largest democracy

    we have brains, and nothing else matters

    everyone bloody country has corruption, even australia and america do.

    aussies, dont compare a country who has been free for ever 100 years to a country who has been free for an odd 60 years.

    dumb race ..

    btw, congratualtions on your reccession aussies...suffer baby ,,mwah!

    they lick cracks of india .. all your jobs have outsourced to india..wonder why? too many dumb ppl to do their job thats why .

    as if we care anyways, they can call us whatever they want..curry muchers ..meh? so what ..yeh we munch on curry...at least we dont eat cows pigs kangaroos and god knows what.

    ewww

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  • 1 decade ago

    Don't make me laugh, it is fans like you which represent India in a bad way. I envy the team but not people like you.

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  • Qualia
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Who asked the question about "Australia's loss being celebrated so much"?

    So doesnt it show who is envied

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