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Are Indian batsmen 'milestone driven'?


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RSS
Indian Mentality is like this from the beginning
by RSS on Jan 23, 2016 01:46 AM  | Hide replies

Everyone wants to Showcase His or Her Talent (In Studies or Sports) or Beauty to The World and Prove that He or She is The Best in The Business !!!

It is for this sake alone Children & Adults Participate in Competitions, Sports, Academics & Do well and get Trophies & Put them on Display in their homes as a Reminder of Good times.

Same with Indian Cricketers also - They want their Individual Records to be a Part of Cricketing Folklore and want Future Generations of theirs and Public to be Proud of their achievements so that they can claim we came from such a Great clan, so on and so forth.

Unfortunately Cricket is a Team Game and also Affects a 120 Billion People in India who are so Devoted to Following Cricket & Treasure our cricketers with their ups and downs and with their Images & videos.

Cricket affects Our Country Status also quite adversely if Indian team does not perform upto the mark.

Yes, Of late we have Proven that More than India's Victory - Indian Cricketers are more Selfish about their own Glory and ICC Ranking that they go to every extent to Break International Records & Rewrite Record Books in the Pursuit of Future Nostalgia which they can cherish once they retire and get older.

That is why Indians Lack Unity, Team Spirit, We don't have Pride for Our Nation, but we strive for Our own Community, Our Own Culture & Identity, Our Caste, Our people etc etc etc.

It is Very Hard to change such a Mindset in Future too .....

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Against Pseudos
Re: Indian Mentality is like this from the beginning
by Against Pseudos on Jan 23, 2016 03:00 AM
Hmmm looks like Aaron Finch is an Indian. :-)

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RSS
Indian Mentality is like this from the beginning
by RSS on Jan 23, 2016 01:46 AM  | Hide replies

Everyone wants to Showcase His or Her Talent (In Studies or Sports) or Beauty to The World and Prove that He or She is The Best in The Business !!!

It is for this sake alone Children & Adults Participate in Competitions, Sports, Academics & Do well and get Trophies & Put them on Display in their homes as a Reminder of Good times.

Same with Indian Cricketers also - They want their Individual Records to be a Part of Cricketing Folklore and want Future Generations of theirs and Public to be Proud of their achievements so that they can claim we came from such a Great clan, so on and so forth.

Unfortunately Cricket is a Team Game and also Affects a 120 Billion People in India who are so Devoted to Following Cricket & Treasure our cricketers with their ups and downs and with their Images & videos.

Cricket affects Our Country Status also quite adversely if Indian team does not perform upto the mark.

Yes, Of late we have Proven that More than India's Victory - Indian Cricketers are more Selfish about their own Glory and ICC Ranking that they go to every extent to Break International Records & Rewrite Record Books in the Pursuit of Future Nostalgia which they can cherish once they retire and get older.

That is why Indians Lack Unity, Team Spirit, We don't have Pride for Our Nation, but we strive for Our own Community, Our Own Culture & Identity, Our Caste, Our people etc etc etc.

It is Very Hard to change such a Mindset in Future too .....

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Against Pseudos
Re: Indian Mentality is like this from the beginning
by Against Pseudos on Jan 23, 2016 03:03 AM
Shane Warne, Gilchrist and Ponting were Indians? :-)

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Desert Bangalore
Re: Re: Indian Mentality is like this from the beginning
by Desert Bangalore on Jan 24, 2016 12:25 AM

Shane Warne was a Champion himself with the ball, Gilchrist & Ponting have Won World Cups for Australia, Do Indians have the same capacity ????

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Mike Teflon
Open secret
by Mike Teflon on Jan 22, 2016 10:57 PM

Everyone knows it. What's the big deal? Stakes are high in India and big money is involved, so what's the fuss all about.

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