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What is "Geo Super Live Cricket"?

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Geo Super TV is a Pakistani television sports channel. Live cricket matches are popular sporting events that the channel broadcasts over the television airwaves and streams on the internet.

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What is "Geo Super Live Cricket"?
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Geo Super TV provides live coverage of sports, a digital archive and sports-related news with a focus on Pakistan's athletes and teams. Though largely unheard of in the West, cricket is very popular in the U.K., Europe and Eastern countries. Cricket is a ball game played with bats, three wooden stumps called wickets and two teams of 11 players each. Cricket was invented and popularized by the British in the 16th century. It caught on in several countries that fell under the British Empire's control.

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