Breaking News: War between India and Australia, I mean between Indian and Australian fan has been broken out there in middle of Indian Ocean. Fans of Sachin Tendulkar and Fans of whole Australian Cricket team are up against each other with all kind of weapon of mass destruction.
I wish George Bush had figured out this easy simple war. The US economy and rest of the world could have been saved.
The reason for this war is due a catch caught by Sachin Tendulkar of Zaher Khan ball.
The Australian and Indian fan are in the middle of bitter battle of weapons of mass destruction. They are hurling weapon of words at each other. When a war correspondent went to investigate the reason for the war, he was told that that Indian fans have wrongly accused the Aussies cricket team of lies and cheating. When this war correspondent went to the Indian camp, he was told that how could Australian even say a word about Sachin Tendulkar whom they worship as God of cricket.
Recently one of the Australian cricket fan named Glenn who is middle of the war has this to say, "Now SRT has one that clearly bounced, so will all finally shut up and accept it? I'm not suggesting Sachin knew the ball didn't carry, but clearly it didn't. As for Clarke, was that so different (apart from it being more likely to have been a catch) from SRT's? Ponting thought it was out when he indicated it. Dhoni likely did here too, but then we all know he likes to claim them when they bounce 6 inches in front of his gloves so who knows".
To this an Indian Fan warrior named Amar retorted , "um the catch was clean. He got his fingers under it.Why do you think his fingers hurt. Aussies are known to be cheats. When pointing was asked about it, he said "this is how i play my game" so i don't know what your talking about. I do understand your feelings now that austrilia is not dominating the cricket world but you shouldn't point fingers at sachin. As far as i am concern that catch was clearly taken. The replay didnt show that the ball bounced. in carke and pointing case both time the balls bounced."
This war has infuriated so many people across the Indian Ocean that one person has asked to call Scotland Yard to investigate the whole incident.