Pakistan Women’s Cricket: Expressing Gratitude

Posted on March 11, 2009
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Photo of the Day, Sports, Women
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Adil Najam

This picture is interesting at so many levels.

The official caption reads: “Pakistanplayers pray after winning the ICC Women’s World Cup 2009 round two group stage match between Sri Lanka and Pakistanat Manuka Oval on March 9, 2009 in Canberra, Australia.”

What should one comment on? The achievement of the Pakistan women’s cricket (we have written earlier about Urooj Mumtaz Khan, who was again instrumental in this victory). The significance of the women’s team’s achievement when the men’s team is in doldrums. The fact that this was against Sri Lanka, given the horrible incidents of last week. Or just the gesture of gratitude and prayer (and whether this was synchronized for the cameras or spontaneous!).

I will leave the commenting to our readers.

I put this up, because seeing the picture I felt good at the news. Felt good for our womens’ team. And felt good that at least there is some hope for Pakistan cricket. Most of all, because I think its a great picture.

39 responses to “Pakistan Women’s Cricket: Expressing Gratitude”

  1. ALI says:

    You guys make us proud

  2. ASAD says:

    Even though Pakistan women are now out of the running, this was a great performance, just to get into super 6

  3. zain says:

    now thats awesome display of unity , never saw Pakistan men team doing this together… my Salute to these strong women of Pakistan..

    Zain

  4. Bloody Civilian says:

    Apologies for the double post. Technical glitch. I thought the first one never got through. So re-typed another. Sorry!! Dear Moderators, could you please delete the older of the two. Thank you! :-)

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