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sports3 months ago

Throwback Thursday | Ravindra Jadeja wields the ‘sword’ to conquer Royal Challengers Bangalore

Welcome to another edition of the Throwback Thursday, where we look back at some of the best cliffhangers that we have seen in the history of the cricketing world. This week, we have another classic, one that is remembered dearly by CSK fans and by nearly all the RCB fans, who wept that day.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
sports4 months ago

Friday Fights | The Big ODI Fight - Mohammad Azharuddin vs Inzamam-ul-Haq

Two fierce fighters and captains who defined an era of their respective countries, Mohammad Azharuddin and Inzamam-ul-Haq go face to face in today’s Friday Fights. While Azhar is considered to be gifted with magical wrist work, Inzamam is responsible for shaping the future of Pakistan cricket.
Deepak Yadav
sports4 months ago

What if Wednesday | What if Ravichandran Ashwin opened for India in 2006 U-19 World Cup

Just before the 2006 U19 World Cup, news came in the Indian camp that Ravi Ashwin, who was by then the first-choice opener in the U-17 age group, was dropped for Rohit Sharma. We all know what followed that decision. But what if, in a parallel world, the Indian management had opted for Ashwin?
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
sports5 months ago

Satire Saturday | Caribbean Premier League finally puts an insomniac to sleep

This edition of Satire Saturday isn’t your normal cup of tea, it is a story of how an insomniac finally found sleep after being put in dire straits by the continuous lockdown in the country. But as for several other problems, cricket was there, as a solution, finally, to this lockdown problem.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
sports5 months ago

Good Bad Ugly ft. USA athletes' fresh protest, CSK's Covid-19 scare and the CSA turmoil

It's Sunday, that time of the week when we handpick the top six incidents from around the globe that you should know about - whether it's good, bad, or ugly. While the pandemic phase has given us little to cheer about, this edition features a few positives along with the usual suspects, of course.
sounak mullick
sports5 months ago

Friday Fights | The Big ODI Fight - MS Dhoni vs Yuvraj Singh

Two of India’s best finishers on their nights, MS Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh go head-to-head in a bout of Friday Fights, without the interference from any others. Only statistics could propel one over the other, in this contest of Friday Fights but who will win this cruciating encounter?
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
sports6 months ago

What if Wednesday | What if Australia appointed Adam Gilchrist as their ODI skipper in 2001

Much before MS Dhoni’s legacy as a wicketkeeper captain started to bloom, there was a serious chance that it could have been Australia’s Adam Gilchrist, had he been appointed as the skipper in 2001. In this episode of What if Wednesday, we are looking at how that could have been a game-changer.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
sports6 months ago

Good Bad and Ugly ft. ODI Super League launch, South Africa's pull-off and Indian sports' sorry state

Yes, we are back once again with all the high and lows from the world of sports this week as we head into the fourth month of the nationwide lockdown, which has put the world to a halt. But, we can assure you, even with not much going on, the latest edition of Good, Bad and Ugly is worth a read.
sounak mullick
sports6 months ago

Friday Fights | The Big ODI Fight - Michael Hussey vs Michael Bevan

Barely half a generation apart, here are two names that stand out when it comes to being there at the right time, right moment for their teams during a big run chase. On one hand, we have the yesteryear star Michael Bevan who will go head-to-head against the modern-day star Michael Hussey.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
sports7 months ago

Friday Fights | The Big ODI Fight - Steve Waugh vs Mohammad Azharuddin

Two skippers who gave their absolute best for their respective nations, Steve Waugh and Mohammad Azharuddin go head to head in this bout of the Friday Fights. The nature of the contest means that there will be a winner crowned at the end, but who that winner will be is what we'll be settling today.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam