Actually it should be life is cricket and life is football then it would be a more apt title. I speak of the passion of the keen followers, fans and lovers of sport. Sometimes the love takes on gigantic proportions and springs a new breed of sports crazy fanatics, none more than football or cricket (the unofficial national game of India). Most often it is the men who take the following of sports so passionately and it still has women wondering, What do they see in that sport? As I am a cricket crazy fanatic myself, I do not have an appropriate explanation, I suggest join in the craze.
South America and the other countries which share Spanish and Latin tradition play football with a passion which is incomparable. The same way cricket is to India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, most of the subcontinent is cricket crazy. The Brazilians and Argentineans have football in their blood and the Indian’s seem to have adopted the English sport of สูตรบาคาร่า ts911 as their own. The passion of football amongst the South Americans shows in their lively play. Football ceased to be a sport and was converted to an art with the likes of greats such as Pele, Maranon, Ronaldinio, Inane and the list is endless. In cricket the Indians infused a passion which was lacking elsewhere with the help of Gavaskar, Vishwanath, Parana, Kemble, Tendulkar, David, Gangly, the list is longer here. A game played with such intensity and passion makes people fall in love with it. How do you ignore the artistry?
I remember growing up watching India play the World Cup’s, so imbibed is the love of cricket in an Indian cricket fan that I remember life in phases of the four years between World Cups. In between I noticed the Football World Cup, and now I know why it is called the Beautiful Game The Nike Jog Bonito campaign aside, it really is a pleasure watching a game being turned to art (it is like watching Ad Vinci paint). The fanaticism seems justified and warranted as such art needs patronage of the finest quality.