-Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal
Cricketers are part of a large scale gambling unit spread across the globe, committing even money laundering crimes. However, India worships these frauds who get 100s and 50s etc by mutual fixings and mafia fixings. The way Indian regime has promoted cricketers as state gods by offering them prestigious national awards and even buying intentional awards from other countries for select cricketers has emboldened Indians to attack the foreign cricketers if India is by chance defeated in India in spite of official fixings with the visiting teams. .
For the fanatic sections of Indians cricket win means defeat of Pakistan and Bangladesh in one go. India achieves this feat by using Bangladesh and others.
The bus attack on Australian cricketers in Assam reminded the world of Mumbai Taj attack and even Sept-11 attack in New York. Of course, these days, there are no terror attacks in India and hence the bus attack becomes important. .
Rocks were thrown at Australian team bus after they thrash India in 2nd T20 to level series in Guwahati in Assam, North Eastern India. India has punished the Australians for not respecting the sentiments of Indian fans who thronged to see their heroes shine at the crease but Kolhi was sent back with a nice duck as soon as he came to the crease and none of the batboys could get through the Australian English test in T20.
In fact, Indians fanatics had expected good score for Kolhi and Rohit as their right as the hosts, but Australians denied and did not let them stay at the crease to hit 6s and 4s.
Not only that. Doni, like Kolhi and Rohit, being pampered to be recipient of Bharatratana or a little smaller awards for their “fantastic” cricketism, were, for a change, not entertained by Australian bowlers,.
That is indeed amazing because generally the bowlers should offer a minimum of 140 runs in T20 to the first bating team. When the top batboys collapse the tail enders are offered good scores which the media report as their heroism.
In fact, Doni comes at No 6 or 7 so that he can get the extra runs that the top batboys could not get. But Australians , who showed sympathy for Sachin Tendulkar to help him and Indian government to offer Bharatratna to a cricketer-gambler, by offering him Australia’s top civilian honor meant to Pure Australians, the Order, co cannot offer even 25 runs to Doni. .
Not even Pandya, whom other team bowlers promote in big way, was offered any good score. No, Australians did according to a plan just like the who engineered and committed Sept-11 hoax. .India expected Australians to opt to bat first as they did in the first T20 but they opted to bowl and began their attack with full intense.
All through entire Australian team and their coach were amazingly very cooperative with Indian team and BCCI as they work for India in IPL, denying Kolhi, Rohit and Doni their due runs shocked India and hence the simple punishment. None of the players was killed or seriously wounded – only they were terrorized. They were terrorized so much that they could not even sleep properly, fearing there could be a terror attack on the hotel where they were staying for the match.
Nightmares hunted them throughout.
Opener Aaron Finch tweeted out an image showing a broken window in the bus. “Pretty scary having a rock thrown through the team bus window on the way back to the hotel!!,” said Finch in his tweet.
It was Australia’s first win in eight T20 games against India and lines up a tantalizing finish to the series in Hyderabad on Friday.
For India cricket is a major gambling, possibly bringing more money than from lottery sales but obviously less than that comes from liquor sales. India simply can’t tolerate defeats in cricket and hence opts for fixed matches for 100s, 50s etc and series wins. Foreign teams willingly help India shine because of the huge money they receive form Indian money lords for plying for the IPL. Cricket commentators are well paid to praise Indian batboys and captains.
India had a forgettable outing with both bat and ball as Australia bounced back in the T20 series with a crushing eight-wicket win in the second game here today. Rookier pacer Jason Behrendorff (4/21) ripped through the high-profile Indian batting to restrict the home team to a below par 118 at the Baraspara Stadium, which hosted its first international match tonight.
Australia swept to a crushing eight-wicket victory over India after Moises Henriques and Travis Head piled on an unbeaten 109-run partnership for the second wicket to level the three-match series. Australia needed only 15.3 overs to reach 122-2 in reply, after Jason Behrendorff had taken a career-best 4-21 to bowl out the hosts for a paltry 118 runs. Adam Zampa chipped in with two wickets for 19 runs.
Henriques scored 62 off 46 balls, including four fours and four sixes, while Head made 48 with the help of five fours and a six. Warner (2) and Aaron Finch (8) fell early in the chase as Australia was reduced to 13-2 in the third over, with Jasprit Bumrah (1-25) and Bhuvneshwar Kumar (1-9) respectively taking the wickets.
Later, Travis Head (48 off 34) and Moises Henriques (62 off 46) shared an unbeaten 109-run stand off 76 balls to fire Australia to a series levelling win in just 15.3 overs. The victory was also Australia’s first over India in eight T20 Internationals. The series decider will be played in Hyderabad on Friday. The lefthand-righthand combination of Head and Henriques took the game away from India after the visitors lost their dangerous openers, David Warner and Aaron Finch, by the third over.
India’s hopes of defending a small target were dashed as their spinners, Kuldeep Yadav (0-46) and Yuzvendra Chahal (0-29), struggled in dewy conditions. Henriques and Head were watchful early on, but opened up later in the innings to put on 50 runs off just 41 balls, and then bring up the 100 partnership off 73 deliveries.
Earlier, Behrendorff took three wickets in the space of eight balls to stun the capacity crowd at the Barsapara Stadium. It became the 49th venue in India to host international cricket, but Australia didn’t provide much for the crowd to celebrate after asking the hosts to bat. “I have been working hard to play for Australia and I love every minute of it,” Behrendorff said. “The whole Indian team is a class team. It feels nice to take a few wickets and get to a great start. I can’t wait to do it again at Hyderabad.” Behrendorff trapped Rohit Sharma (8) lbw and then caught a return catch off Virat Kohli (0) as the duo fell in the space of three balls in the first over. It was Kohli’s first-ever duck in international T20 cricket.
Manish Pandey (6) then edged behind off him in the third over. India was stuttering at 27-4 in the fifth over as Shikhar Dhawan (2) holed out off Behrendorff, with Warner taking an exceptional catch at long off, running backwards. Behrendorff’s figures were the best for Australia against India in T20 cricket. He improved on Nathan Bracken’s 3-11 at Melbourne in 2008. Kedar Jadhav (27) and MS Dhoni (13) put on 33 runs for the fifth wicket. But both were accounted by Zampa (2-19) in quick succession.
India was reduced to 70-7, before Hardik Pandya (25) and Kuldeep Yadav (16) added 33 runs to take the score past 100 in the 17th over. Pandya was out caught off Marcus Stoinis (1-20) in the 18th as the runs came in a trickle, offering an easy target for the tourists.
Interestingly, Indian newspapers and TV channels and even social media did not even mention this terror attack attempt, mainly because India claims to be terror victim and wants a seat on UN Security Council on that account. But any debate on the subject would put PM Modi’s foreign tour program in jeopardy.
So, does it mean foreign teams would stop coming to India to play with nice terror free Indians?
Australia defeated India convincingly in the second T20 International in Guwahati to level the series 1-1. But in a rather unfortunate turn of events, the Australian team bus was attacked with a rock when they were going back to the hotel.
This is undoubtedly a grave security breach and BCCI and local security agencies will have lot of explanation to do regarding it.
Mild local condemnations
Indian women cricket team’s captain Mithali Raj strongly condemned the stone-pelting incident on the Australian team bus saying it was not ‘in good taste’. She said: “People should be able to strictly see it likewise & not beyond that.”
Indian bowler Ravichandran Ashwin condemned the stone pelting incident on the Australian team bus, saying that it was not at all acceptable. Taking to Twitter, Ashwin said that the stone thrown on the Aussies bus showed the nation in bad light and, therefore, it was important for all the people to act in a more responsible way. ‘The stone thrown at the Aussie team bus shows us in bad light, let’s all act more responsibly. A vast majority of us are capable of that,’ the off-spinner tweeted.
A rock was thrown at the Australian team bus as they returned to the team hotel from the Barsapara Cricket Stadium following their eight-wicket win in the second T20I of the three-match series in Guwahati.
The rock, believed to be a big size of a cricket ball, was thrown at a window on the right-hand side of the bus while it was returning from the stadium. It should be noted that no injuries were caused to any of the players or the support staff.
Meanwhile, Assam’s Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma apologized for the incident, adding that a strict action would be taken against the guilty. ‘Our deep apologies… People of Assam never endorse such behavior .we will punish the guilty,’ he wrote on Twitter.
India and Australia will now head to Hyderabad to lock horns in the series-decider T-20 match of the three-match series, which is to be played on October 13 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.
Cricket is promoted by the regime and so any criticism of criticism amounts to criticism of the regime and state.
Cheating and gambling is the birth right of India.
Criticism of Indian action is not appreciated by the regime and any criticism of cricket fixings cannot be tolerated by New Delhi which treats cricket as a religion with gods at the cease to promote the false prestige of the nation.
Even sedition charges could be slapped on those who dare criticize cricket fixings that bring a lot of money to the regime just like liquor sales. Media lords would demand murder of all those who dare criticize India. .