They must really hate him.

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  1. Big Daddy
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    Big Daddy Emerging Player

    Dec 21, 2009
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    Partake in this the mentions that have eluded the conventional mindset. Whos absence cannot be conceived without a stringent bias. Who in some other draw would have realized a better tale. As a Pak cricket supporter we have many a career that is in oblivion, not as a consequence of ability but on a dearth of lobby support. Without digging too many graves, we come across a more recent phenomenon, the curious case of Asim Kamal.

    Without even going into superlatives of what his average is. Or what his growth could have been, had he been an active member of the team. One look at the scorecard of the final match between HBL and Karachi Blues, and you recognize that it was a bowling wicket. On such a wicket where wickets were tumbling one dude out of the very few, kept it real. Scoring the highest on a wicket that has venom in the second innings, in a cause where the whole season is prevalent at a time when children of lessor evil collapse into a doom, this guy stood up with a rare guard to seal the win.

    Even in international platform, the gaffe that he is not a member of the brittle pakistani batting lineup is a show cause notice to very sentiment that is diluting the potential. This Australian Tour will reveal a few perspectives of what could have been, of what really is. Come boxing day, could it be that we already squandered a the first jab?



    http://www.cricinfo.com/pakdomestic-09/engine/match/427920.html


    http://stats.cricinfo.com/ci/engine...t;template=results;type=allround;view=innings
     
  2. the_game
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    the_game Youngsta Beauty

    Dec 23, 2009
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    I guess the Asif Mujtaba types are not attractive enough for the Pakistani outfit to recruit (even though that's EXACTLY what we need with so many dashers in the side).
     

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