Pakistan Wishes Sehwag A Happy Fathers Day After Defeating India In Champions Trophy Final

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India lost the match. That too with a big margin of 180 runs. It is not just a defeat for many and is feeling like someone has sprinkled salt on your wound. After this defeat in finals of Champions Trophy 2017 against our rival team Paksitan, indian cricketing fans are mourning.

But how bad we feel, one thing for sure, this defeat is a tight slap on Sehwag. After his insulting Father-Son comments and tweets to Paksitan nation he ha got a perfect reply from team Pakistan. If someone (media person) could reach and ask him, zooming into his face, it would be interesting to see his reactions.

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You must have heard a famous saying in India, “Ahankar To Ravan Ka Bhi Nahi Raha”. And today Sehwag must have learned from this. Or Possibly not. As some people have a tight-fat skin with time and for them it doesn’t matter. And possibly Sehwag is one among those.

It was Sehwag’s altisonant nature that players like Rashid latif have a chance to laugh on us. All that respect he earned with his cricket on ground in hundreds of hours lost in just few hours with his few rubbish talks. And this is how he reached to Everest of …….

‘One should always keep his words sweet and soft, you never know when you may have to eat them back’ Another saying that fits perfectly to Sehwag. This is all what is happening with Sehwag and its happening for right. If someone has not learned to take sports as sports, how great his record is, it is all zero in end.

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The big player can’t understand the simple thing that in sport anything is possible. And cricket is famous for its uncertainty. Here losing from underdogs isn’t a new thing. It is your day or their day, and anyone can beat any other team on this day. Today it was Pakistan’s day and see what they did. The team that was no one’s favorite at the start of Champions Trophy Tournament is champion today. Defeating the team that was favorite of all and expected to be winner.

After defeating Bangladesh in the finals, Sehwag would have thought that his Father-Son-grandson (Baap Beta Pota) joke is hit. After sending the Pota back to home he wanted to teach lesson to Son in finals. But son pulled off clothes in cross-street.

Hope he had listened to Mashrafe Mortza on liking Sport with Patriotism,

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He said, “I am a cricketer but can I save a life? A doctor can. But no-one claps for the best doctor in the country. Create myths around them. They will save more lives. They are the stars. The laborers are the stars, they build the country. What have we built using cricket? Can we make even a brick using cricket? Does paddy grow on the cricket field? Those who make courtyards using bricks, make things at factories, grow crops in the fields – they are the stars.”

I am just a performer who took money to entertain you. Your favorite entertainer just like stars of a film. Muktijoddhad [1971 Liberation warriors] didn’t face bullets to get money on winning. They were real hero and not any performer. Rakibul Hasans was the hero in cricket, who had dared to enter the cricket field with ‘Joy Bangla’ inscribed on his bat before 1971 liberation. Who are those people who cry ‘patriotism, patriotism’ around cricket. I don’t understand the definition of patriotism of these people.

Sehwag seems to be that guy.

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