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Discussion in 'Cricket Talk' started by Energy, May 17, 2019.
No appeal on the Curran run-out? And he was out.
Is this fat biryani for real?
Morale shattering defeat. And the inferiority complex in our players is alarming.
Yes shouting his throat off on every damn thing and can't appeal for a run out. What kind of a Captain is this guy?
He is the biggest mental midget in the team. There is absolutely no doubt about that.
Have you guys noticed his belly and manboobs ?
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If it wasn't embarrassing enough to see him tryna hit the ball.
Precisely.What exactly is he contributing to this team ?.
He did this harkat in Australia as well.
Make a mistake but don't do it AGAIN! everyone makes mistakes but bloody learn. Do bad fielding today then tomorrow but not the day after.
Forget about winning the WC now I am worried about our game against Afghanistan. The rest all teams will win easy against us even the Lankans.
We can beat every side, we could also get beaten by every side.
Sarfraz is so out of shape. He is embarrassing to watch.
He is not the only one out of shape. The Haris Sohail run out the other day was also embarrassing when he was out of breath and just decided to stroll in.
Firstly he did appeal (not particularly enthusiastically but appealed nonetheless)
Secondly, there was some confusion with the 1 bail on the floor already. Plus the bail (whilst lit up) wasnt off the groove so may have been not out anyway.
Yes exactly, he may have heart heartedly appealed. It should have been a proper appeal, after all what do you have to lose.
I was driving at the time and on TMS they discussed this for a few min and I think upon analysis the bail was not off the groove even though it lit up and there was also some confusion whether you still need to take the stump out even if one bail is on.
General consensus seemed to be that he would have to take the stump out - and most likely would have been not out