What really gives pain to Pakistani cricketers more than the game?Cricket is a religion in our country and if you happen to be one of the followers than this is a must watch for you.We can still recall Inzamam-ul-haq's responses post matches to commentators, which
Cricket is a religion in our country and if you happen to be one of the followers than this is a must watch for you.
We can still recall Inzamam-ul-haq's responses post matches to commentators, which often became a butt of jokes. On being asked about his team's performance and his pet answers mostly comprised of, "Ladkon ne khub mehnat kari hai", credit goes to boys, not forget the other boys etc.
This video by ‘being Indian' group is a funny take on the language skills/hurdles of some of our Pakistani brethrens.
You can also watch how pot-shots have been taken on match-fixing controversies in which they (Pakistani cricketers) were embroiled in. In the cheekiest ways they put their discomfort during post match ceremonies & press conferences, where captains and man of the matches are invited to speak on camera.
Their uneasiness with the English language becomes quite evident and moreover, their Punjabi accent mixed with the usual stuttering and fumbling makes it even funnier to listen.
The ball tampering scene is an epic one, leaving the catch deliberately, throwing no balls, spontaneous reactions to fielding blunders, motivating wicket keepers... all this in video would leave you in splits.