Posted on June 21, 2009
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134 responses to “T20 Cricket: Pakistan is the World Champion”

  1. Hi,
    It is good news for us that our national cricket won won the T20 World cup against srilanka and our team repeat the history again after 17 years i congratulate whole the team.

  2. Mujahid says:


  3. Arslan Ahmad says:

    Pakistan won the world t20!!!! i feel very happy that day

  4. Malik says:

    Pakistan won and it called for celebration. But unfortunately as a nation we do not know how to celebrate. There were news of aerial firing and the deaths. Here are two letters in Dawn (July 2, 2009), narrating sad, tragic deaths of a four-year old boy and a ten-year old girl in Karachi. I am not against celebration, but reckless celebration which snatches away lives, for nothing.


    JUNE 21 was a black day in our lives when a four-year-old son of my first cousin was hit by a returning bullet, as a result of senseless aerial firing after Pakistan won the World Cup.

    The bullet entered deep into the brain of the child, damaging brain severely.

    He was rushed to Dr Ziauddin Hospital in Nazimabad, Karachi.

    We later learned that 13 such cases involving children were reported to that hospital and all had head injuries. Among them two children died immediately on reaching hospital.

    Ours was the third such critical case and a fourth child was also in the same condition fighting for his life. Unfortunately, the child could not survive. Words cannot describe the grief and shock of the parents of the unfortunate child who was so innocent and went through so much pain.

    It resulted in the loss of his life due to a senseless act of a few people who did it just for a personal pleasure of perhaps a few minutes

    On discussing with doctors we learned that when bullets are fired they return as a projectile and can penetrate inside a child