13 ANNOYING Things You Hear When You're A Girl Who Likes Cricket In Pakistan

By Biya Haq | 2 Mar, 2018

Pakistan is a cricket crazy place and everyone who follows cricket knows how crazy the love can get.

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Of course, being a cricket fan as a girl in Pakistan is not always the easiest thing. In fact, it can pretty much suck. If you’re a girl cricket fan in Pakistan, here is a list of things you probably hear all the time:

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1. “You only watch cricket because the players are cute”

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2. “Samajh bhi aati hai cricket ki?”

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3. “Do you even know how to play?”

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4. “Off stump/ Leg stump kya hota hai?”

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5. “Larkiyaan cricket nahii khelti”


6. “Haan tum cheerleader ban jao!”

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7. “Test match main kitne din aur innings hoti hai?”

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8. “LBW kya hota hai?

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9. “You only pay attention to the world cup?”

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10. “1973 main world cup kisne jeeta tha”

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11. “Did you even know Imran Khan played cricket”

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12. “What does PSL stand for?”

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13. “Do you even know who Ramiz Raja is?”

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Have you ever heard any of these? What else have you heard as a girl cricket fan in Pakistan? Let us know in the comments below! Love you.



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