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    Quote Originally Posted by Forward Defensive Push View Post
    nephew lol
    Nephews are everywhere in pak cricket

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    Indian batsmen playing slowly knowing it's only 173 to chase... wish we scored at least 220 or thereabouts.. we could have induced some false shots. I blame Rohail completely.

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    I know Bangladesh were bowled out cheaply by Pakistan but they are unfazed by the short ball against South Africa. They looked a lot better and unfazed by fast bowling. Gerrad was bowling around 140 to 145 kph.

    They will prove my point again in the semi final and final. Indian fast bowling would be tested a lot more. Don't quote me, just wait and watch.

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    Cannot compare coaching ability of Dravid and Ijaz

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    Quote Originally Posted by b.lesner View Post
    before WC Sheraz khan and Akhtar shah were strike bowlers and when salim jaffer took from basit Ali we have new pacers what happened to earlier bowlers who looked good in Sri Lanka series
    When Pak beat SA 7-0 Naseem Shah, Abbas Afridi and Amir Khan were the highest wicket takers amongst pacers.

    Tahir Hussain has been a recent inclusion in plans and has done well, while Shiraz and Akhtar were definitely close misses.

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    That should have been stopped. Bad fielding there

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    Saxena looks neat

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    Which off spinner bowls without a long on or long off ........ Ijaz...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    When Pak beat SA 7-0 Naseem Shah, Abbas Afridi and Amir Khan were the highest wicket takers amongst pacers.

    Tahir Hussain has been a recent inclusion in plans and has done well, while Shiraz and Akhtar were definitely close misses.
    Amir Khan didn't play

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    They're now just toying... put some effort yaarr

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    Ijaz looks wasted in the dressing room... shameless

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    Pakistan's bowling is even mediocre than their batting.. no penetration..

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    Pakistan has given up. What a one sided boring match this has been. Aisi jeet ka bhi koi maaza nahi hai. Aisa lag raha hai kisi minnows ke saath match hai India ka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forward Defensive Push View Post
    Which off spinner bowls without a long on or long off ........ Ijaz...
    They are looking to be attacking

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    Naseem Shah has already graduated to international cricket. Hopefully Haider Ali and Hurraira can also rise in next couple of years. Haider is already on the right track. Haris does have the potential to be a solid finisher, he has I guess 4th highest number of sixes in tournament.

    Amir Khan will have a lot of competition and so will Tahir Hussain. Amir Khan will have opportunities is PSL though. There is roam for SLAs as so atleast one of Amir Ali and Arish Ali Khan should try to step up.

    All will depend upon how much work they all are willing to put in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shah_1 View Post
    I know Bangladesh were bowled out cheaply by Pakistan but they are unfazed by the short ball against South Africa. They looked a lot better and unfazed by fast bowling. Gerrad was bowling around 140 to 145 kph.

    They will prove my point again in the semi final and final. Indian fast bowling would be tested a lot more. Don't quote me, just wait and watch.
    South Africa had one bowler cranking speed. India has three working in tandom.. tyagi being the fastest.. even sushant guy cranked up good pace .. with hostile short pitch bowling... However Banger's batsmen are good.. but their bowling is no where near competitive when compared to indian bowling..

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    Try something different or radical... this is not working out... painful to watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by liam26 View Post
    Pakistan has given up. What a one sided boring match this has been. Aisi jeet ka bhi koi maaza nahi hai. Aisa lag raha hai kisi minnows ke saath match hai India ka.
    True we are minnows in front of India

    I don't blame the kids but the system and Indian U19 team is invincible and the don bradman at this level

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    Quote Originally Posted by shah_1 View Post
    Amir Khan didn't play
    Mohammad Amir Khan is I think complete name of Amir Khan but I am not sure. As Mohammad Amir did play that series.

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    Anyone still talking about Pakistan defending a low total in the 2006 final?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Mohammad Amir Khan is I think complete name of Amir Khan but I am not sure. As Mohammad Amir did play that series.
    That player was a spinner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Anyone still talking about Pakistan defending a low total in the 2006 final?
    Who cares


    They produced Rohit Sharma, Pujara and Jadeja from that batch we produced legends like Anwar Ali, Nasir Jamshed and Sarfraz Ahmed

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    Our players and fans are only good at running their mouths, while the Indian team does the talking on the pitch.

    Massive gulf in class.

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    Wonderful SIX by Jaiswal !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shah_1 View Post
    Who cares


    They produced Rohit Sharma, Pujara and Jadeja from that batch we produced legends like Anwar Ali, Nasir Jamshed and Sarfraz Ahmed
    Well @MMHS says that under inzis captaincy not many were groomed from that team. There was a lost generation there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Our players and fans are only good at running their mouths, while the Indian team does the talking on the pitch.

    Massive gulf in class.
    Yeah, The Pakistan coach and captain were giving interviews to TV channels before match while the Indian squad was keeping quiet.

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    It's getting quite boring now.

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    Will we pick up a single wicket this match? It's embarrassing.. so much hype and we play like this..

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    So composed, so professional.

    Congratulations on winning another U-19 World Cup. All credit goes to BCCI.

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    Yash Jaiswal as good as advertised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reddy View Post
    Yeah, The Pakistan coach and captain were giving interviews to TV channels before match while the Indian squad was keeping quiet.
    No they werenít. Four different Indians had interviews with the ICC media channel. 5-10 min videos each versus the two minutes Rohail showed up on that local show. Go to the icc YouTube and see for yourself

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    It's not about winning but look at how India players playing ,so calm & Composed .

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    Jaiswal is a future test match potential. Great leaves. Great judge of lengths.

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    Nevertheless, another World Cup come and gone. Maybe this thrashing inspires some changes at the u13 u16 and u19 levels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    So composed, so professional.

    Congratulations on winning another U-19 World Cup. All credit goes to BCCI.
    Too early call.

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    For those who have not seen Jaiswal much, he can massacre attacks at will. He's held himself back throughout this tournament and that is impressive to me. He's the kind of cricketer I respect, ruthless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbolt14 View Post
    No they weren’t. Four different Indians had interviews with the ICC media channel. 5-10 min videos each versus the two minutes Rohail showed up on that local show. Go to the icc YouTube and see for yourself
    ICC stuff is mandatory obligation, Pakistan was also talking to Samaa TV. Indian squad was not talking to any Indian channels.

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    India has tennis ball cricket culture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMSS View Post
    For those who have not seen Jaiswal much, he can massacre attacks at will. He's held himself back throughout this tournament and that is impressive to me. He's the kind of cricketer I respect, ruthless.
    yes. True. He can rip attack to shreds. He is immensely restrained without being reckless

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    Quote Originally Posted by shah_1 View Post
    That player was a spinner
    Thanks for the clarification.


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    There is one more name missing. Devdoot. Another great promise at the level of Jaiswal

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    At least make a god dam game of it & donít embarrass the nation like the snrs do on a regular basis!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rollingstoned View Post
    Well @MMHS says that under inzis captaincy not many were groomed from that team. There was a lost generation there.
    From 2003 to 2007 (his retirement), for PAK 3 players debuted - Riaz Afridi played one Test and Mo Asif, dropped after SCG Test for 12 months, and came back in the Karachi Test when Inzi was injured. That period PK won 2 U19 WCs, and had one of the greatest coaches in history to develop young players - from BC Lara at Warwickshire to Jaques Kallis, Shaun Pollock in SAF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    So composed, so professional.

    Congratulations on winning another U-19 World Cup. All credit goes to BCCI.
    If Ind lose in final then please dont cry about one bad day

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    Pakistan cannot be taken easily.....they can still win this match

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    india winning u 19s is not a big deal, they have a factory of talent.
    kartik tyagi will definitely be one of india's main bowlers in the far future. jaiswal looks good, but dont know if the indian team would have any room for him.

    for pakistan, haider ali and nazir a huge finds. but mohammad haris might be the hitter that pakistan dearly need in their team, he must be groomed as pak has to adopt to the modern batting era and have the ability to accelerate their innings

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnaveen1980 View Post
    Jaiswal is a future test match potential. Great leaves. Great judge of lengths.
    Don't know when this guy will pick into main side, so many players are there in queue.
    Need to cross Prudhvi Shaw, Gill, Sanju Samson etc etc

    I am eagerly waiting for Padikkal.. he is all format player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMSS View Post
    For those who have not seen Jaiswal much, he can massacre attacks at will. He's held himself back throughout this tournament and that is impressive to me. He's the kind of cricketer I respect, ruthless.
    Me too. The winning mentality. No flashy business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Our players and fans are only good at running their mouths, while the Indian team does the talking on the pitch.

    Massive gulf in class.
    Not as much as you though.


    Rudi is a useless umpire get rid off him plzzzzz.

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    Jaiswal showing his class now, excellent 50.

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    Another day, Another classy 50 by Jaiswal.

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    This is test match batting.

    At this level of age group more than winning and losing its the attitude and basic intelligence that matters the most. Very impressed with the maturity shown. These kids seem like seasoned professionals

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    Some high elbow magnificence from Jaiswal.

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    Reminds me of the Asia Cup 2018 matches vs India, when we were just hoping to take a single wicket.

    Embarrassing stuff.

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    This is what happens when you play with jazba and other team sticks to basics and plays professionally. It happens always like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    This is test match batting.

    At this level of age group more than winning and losing its the attitude and basic intelligence that matters the most. Very impressed with the maturity shown. These kids seem like seasoned professionals
    Selectors should drag pant into stadium and make sure him to watch the game

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    Yea I'm seeing him play for the first time but that flick to midwicket for 2 was gorgeous. Doesn't have shaw and gills aura but the kid is good.

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    This 18 year old is definitely above under-19 level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Our players and fans are only good at running their mouths, while the Indian team does the talking on the pitch.

    Massive gulf in class.
    I sometimes come back to this forum and enjoy a lot of comments, but couldn't resist this one.

    I massively agree with this comment. Well Said Mamoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rollingstoned View Post
    Yea I'm seeing him play for the first time but that flick to midwicket for 2 was gorgeous. Doesn't have shaw and gills aura but the kid is good.
    Technically very good especially outside the off stump leaves. Probably better.

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    Yep he (Jaisawal) has attacking game too, Has a List A Double Hundred

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMSS View Post
    For those who have not seen Jaiswal much, he can massacre attacks at will. He's held himself back throughout this tournament and that is impressive to me. He's the kind of cricketer I respect, ruthless.
    Yep he (Jaisawal) has attacking game too, Has a List A Double Hundred

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    This looks like a 290 pitch

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    Jaiswal should be player of the tournament

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    This Indian team playing with many lefties in both batting and bowling

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    Jaiswal can be better than Dhawan. He already has a tighter technique and all the shots. Maybe not an ATG level talent like Shaw and Gill, but clearly a world class one.

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    The maturity, shot selection, patience shown by Jaiswal is just incredible. Is it bad bowling or is this guy so good?

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    There is nothing loose about Jaiswal. Play every ball close to his body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnaveen1980 View Post
    This looks like a 290 pitch
    Even 250 would've been a tight score but our middle order capitulated big time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forward Defensive Push View Post
    The maturity, shot selection, patience shown by Jaiswal is just incredible. Is it bad bowling or is this guy so good?
    Both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forward Defensive Push View Post
    The maturity, shot selection, patience shown by Jaiswal is just incredible. Is it bad bowling or is this guy so good?
    So good. HIs under-19 average is 78. He is already the youngest double century maker in INdia's premiere ODI tournament

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnaveen1980 View Post
    India has tennis ball cricket culture.
    How is it any different from tape ball?

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Kohli View Post
    Selectors should drag pant into stadium and make sure him to watch the game
    Pant has test 100s in England and Australia in his very first tour when someone like Laxman has none in England and dravid, sehwag have 1 in Australia in their entire career


    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it's time to pause and reflect. --Mark Twain

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    Devdoot padikkal is another Jaiswal in the making.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Both.
    Out boys lost in pressure. They did well against other teams. It's the regular choking against India. Jaiswal has been good as well.

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    More than anything i am really impressed how calm & composed this Indian team is, even at this age-group level ... its amazing how well they strategize to pace their innings & also maintain their discipline in pressure situations. The U-19 Indian players already seem to be finished products.

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    Another U19 WC win for India but these players hardly ever go on to play for India.

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    India is an exception, and its not Pakistan's fault for not putting up a fight. We're probably playing to an average U19 level and would have been competitive against other teams, but India is playing much above that threshold. Massive congratulations to Dravid for taking on this role with utmost seriousness. You can see that in their players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minamino View Post
    How is it any different from tape ball?
    I have played only once with one of my pakistan colleague. I think it forces you to play stroke play like afridi .You pick up a lot of loose shots . Tennis ball cricket perfects your batting technique. Tendulkar anytime before touring Australia would face wet tennis ball from 15 yards. to get the feel of it.

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    Didn't this lowlife say I am not interested in this match you wont see me in match thread. Hypocrisy much.


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