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    Pakistan Won!

    Mubarak ho ji....Pakistan just won!!
    Kya match tha!!!!!

    #2
    What a thriller, Pakistan and India both played very well. Pakistan urgently needs to do something about their batting and also to bowl their overs within the alloted time.

    Wonder whether ISI will be blamed by Indian media for doctoring the ball.



    [This message has been edited by ehsan (edited January 10, 2000).]

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      #3
      India never deserved to win the game. They got some chance only because of top order of Pakistani batsmen batted badly as usual and Moin Khan got out to a god catch. But then they blew it up bowling well outside off stump as usual.

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        #4
        Mubaarkan bot bot. Well..that was stunning match. All credit goes to Saqlain and Waqar. Both did their best in both matches. Waqar proved that..he is still da man. The top order batsmen must have to learn from the tail enders. Have to have the strong batting line up like Aussies.
        All the best to the team in their further matches. Go Paki Go!!!!!!!!

        C ya later
        It is my belief that our salvation lies in following the golden rules of conduct set for us by our great law-giver, the Prophet of Islam. (Quaid-e-Azam Speech at Shahi Darbar, Sibi, February 14, 1948)

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          #5
          Tough luck India. The team with the most heart and conviction won in the end.SAqi and Waqar always looked like they thought they would win and the Indians wilted in the end with their fielding slipping as the tension mounted.

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            #6
            well done pakistan
            congratulations to all the muslims
            we done it again
            india have not any ability to meet pakistan
            buck up pakistan
            down with india
            pakistan zinda bad


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              #7
              MAK,

              Not all Pakistanis are Muslim.

              Yousuf Youhana a.k.a. Man of the Match
              is the fifth Christian to play cricket
              for Pakistan.

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                #8
                i tried watching the match but fell asleep half way through. has anyone recorded the 2nd half?

                i think its about time ijaz boota got the boot? dead wicket cricketer and our typical no brain sheeda.

                [This message has been edited by mundyaa (edited January 10, 2000).]

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                  #9
                  MAK:

                  Dude, keep the hatred for religion and nationality out of sports...it has no place in the arena or field for that matter..

                  As for "india have not any ability to meet pakistan," India has whooped paki a$$es on numerous accasions in cricket!

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                    #10
                    Ghalib wrote " India has whooped paki a$$es on numerous accasions in cricket!"

                    Head to Head record:

                    Pakistan 48 wins
                    India 27 wins.



                    [This message has been edited by ehsan (edited January 10, 2000).]

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                      #11
                      HAHAHA Poor India lost..
                      Serves you guys right for chickening out for a long period of time.
                      Ok maybe religion doesn't play THAT BIG of a part than POLITICS though...
                      Anyways.. the Pakistani's don't mind Youhana because he's a Punjabi They just think he is one of them. Unlike the Indians who have one person from Mumbai, Delhi, Madras, Bengal.. they don't have the type of communication as the Pakistani's. INDIA IS SO BIg.. and there's players from each area.. so you don't have that "friendship" as the Pakistani's do. So that's a big factor when it comes to playing sports infact.

                      But Ghalib.. "all you can do is remember the past", quote from many Indians at the WC99.
                      So if your talking about the past then... Pakistan has beat India more in Tests, ODI's in history

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                        #12
                        Yet another brilliant victory by Pakistan, deepening the status that is so rightfully theirs, most fearsome, talented and exciting team there is, with the dubious distinction of unpredicability.
                        Hats off to Saqlain n Waqqy for showing determination at the end second match in a row.

                        I dont want to sound cliche, but 'told you so', to those doubting the end of Waqar, I've always mantained he never *completely* lost it, and that sending him to australia was a must, regardless of form shorm.

                        Although Wasim handles bowling/fielding changing brilliantly, something has to be done about the over or two fine rate which is happening at disturbingly regular rates in Pakistan's matches.

                        Something has to be done in this regard, quick!

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                          #13
                          Can't you guys stick to the original topic i.e. 'sports'? Duh.

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                            #14
                            pakistan kicks ass1
                            "Verily, I am leaving behind two precious things among you: the Book of God and my kindred, my household..(Sahi Muslim, Hadith Thaqalayn is narrated by thirty plus Companions of the Prophet)

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                              #15
                              Pakistan really played well. It was a fascinating match as Indo-Pak clashes usually are. Both the teams need to do something about their top order batsmen.
                              For India, it becomes a nightmare if any two of the trio 'Sachin-Saurav-Rahul' fail.
                              For Pakistan, many times the batting responsibilities fall on Moin, Akram & Razzaq who are not 'specialists'.

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