Is cricket is a played only in commonwealth nations? If so, how it is unjustified that the game changers is in the hand of British Masters?
Asked by Sharmila Bose, 02 Feb '12 11:49 am
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Cricket is being played only by the Slave countries of the 'British Master' including India... and countries where 'British Masters' settled, like Australia and SA. 'British Masters' are also known to have invented Soccer, football, golf, fly-fishing, lawn tennis, rugby etc. It reflects the cast of their mind.Answered by QueSera Sera, 02 Feb '12 12:11 pm
Yes dear :)Answered by ambuj kumar, 02 Feb '12 12:09 pm
It is mainly played in countries which were British colonies and was spread by them, but no one can claim for the ownership since it is survived because all those Cricket playing countries. Major funding of the game is comming from India.Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 02 Feb '12 11:57 am
Thank God for the sake of our country that there is a game called Cricket which only a few countries play. Sports and games is not something we Indians are good at. For us to make a presence in the world arena in any sporting event, the competition has to be limited. In games and sporting events where countries like USA, China, Korea, Japan or European nations are actively involved and the number of countries competing are high we are no good. We are scared of facing any kind of high level competition. Since Cricket is one of the sports where number of countries competing is very low we somehow manage to make our presence felt. Even in cricket we will loose out and become unfit for competing in international level if cricket becomes popular in other countries. The main reason for cricket not catching up in other nations is because it drags on for 5 days. With the T20 format becoming popular it won't be long if some of the other countries also take on to cricket and our position in cri ...moreAnswered by Shyam, 02 Feb '12 01:50 pm
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