Bangladeshi newspaper mocks Indian team

New Delhi, (PTI): Showing utter disrespect towards the Indian cricket team, a Bangladeshi newspaper has produced a fake ‘cutter’ advertisement, in which seven Indian cricketers are seen standing with their heads half-shaven.

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Young Bangladeshi paceman Mustafizur Rahman, who tormented the Indian players in the ODI series, is shown endorsing a cutter – symbolising his ‘offcutters’ – and the Indian players are holding a banner which reads, ‘We have used it. You can use it too’.

Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja, Shikhar Dhawan and R Ashwin are shown standing with the banner with their heads half-shaven.

India had lost the three-match series 1-2 to give the hosts a historic bilateral series victory.

2 Comments

  1. Indian cricket team, a highly overrated bunch of individuals, fully deserve this. Indian cricket fans also deserve this for showing so much obsession over cricket and Bollywood. For all the popularity and resources spent on Cricket and Bollywood, they should be producing the best in the world. Instead, they can’t even win beat Bangla Desh. A nation of low performers and low expectations!!

  2. Dear readers,

    It seems like if there is no higher bidding Indian crickets is doomed to be fail.So one can assume that why IPL is so success for our International cricket players,Lalit Modi and betting agents.

    Jai Hind

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