Is Australia the world's most hated cricket team?

Yes
75% (229 votes)
No
21% (66 votes)
Undecided
4% (12 votes)
Total votes: 307

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Kookaburra's picture
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13 December 2008
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Sri Lanka has just kicked the Aussies out of the T20 Cricket World Cup. Almost everyone, except the Aussies, are celebrating. Why is that? Is it cause the world hates the way Australia plays it's cricket?

Son_Of's picture
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21 January 2009
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of course. i was at trent bridge on monday. by the time of the second match, the crowd was mostly sri lankan but we also had the english, irish and bangladeshi fans there supporting us

chamil's picture

i think india is the most hated, because of their self ego...

Anonymous's picture

Even I think more than Australia many hate India because they think they are the world champs

SMSD's picture
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Indian players are really nice.

But becasue of the way most Indian fans think that they rule global Cricket, and their behaviour, I think India is now more hated than Australia.

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my 2nd favourite team is India. LIke the way they play the game. Viru, Yuvi, Raina, Rohit talented bunch. Don't like arrogant bagi though.

Maithri89's picture
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If I had a second team, it would be New Zealand. Dunno why, but it is.

I don't really hate the Aussies, but the Australian fans get on my nerves with their attitude. Same applies for South African fans to a lesser extent.

As for India, I hate the fact that they are trying to monopolize world cricket, but that is not the cricket team's fault. It is the authorities fault.

To be honest, I am more inclined to hate the England team's fans, for all their fickleness, and the fact that most of them would swap football for cricket any day of the week.

However, I do follow the county circuit here, and from what I know, there are some proper fans in England who know a lot about cricket, and value it for what it is worth.

SMSD's picture
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Square cut, you don't mean Harbajan Singh? lol.

I know he comes across as a right arrogant so and so, but he is actually  very very nice.

A bit of a joker and have great trouble taking himself seriously (well that's the impression I got few times I met him,lol). 
I think his on field behavior is a bit of an act. Also, he says that's how he gets into the playing frame of mind. lol.

SquareCut's picture
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But Harbajan in the field looks arrogant , hot tempered, proud fellow.

Maithri89's picture
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4 years 35 weeks

Remember that incident involving Sreesanth? 

I dunno who was more embarrassed after that?

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