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featuresports4 days ago

Satire Saturday | Ravi Shastri sends '23 Yards hampers' to detractors with personalized letters

‘How ya doing, mate?’ hits Michael Clarke’s WhatsApp as he wakes up in the morning. It was an unknown number, thus Clarke, the celebrity that he is, had no reason to reply and put the phone away and went out for a morning jog. Hardly did he realize it was the mistake he would be regretting long.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports11 days ago

Satire Saturday | Punishment for player offences to be decided by fans, confirm ICC

The International Cricket Council (ICC) have revealed that, in the wake of Steve Smith going unpunished for ‘cheating’, they will henceforth let fans decide the magnitude of punishment for players. Fans are set to be provided uninterrupted stump-cam and stump-mic footage in the latest ICC app.
Anirudh Suresh
featuresports18 days ago

Satire Saturday | Underrated Rohit Sharma deserves Indian Test captaincy after spending 14-day quarantine alone

'It’s incredible how the Indian fans have the perception that Rishabh Pant can’t keep and Wriddhiman Saha can’t bat,' tweeted Aakash Chopra after day two’s play. But what remains the ultimate truth is Rohit Sharma’s leadership allowed India to make a comeback into the game.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresports25 days ago

Satire Saturday | Johnny Lever Award for Joke of the Decade goes to ICC

It is New Year already and a new decade too. Well, that, of course, depends on how you calculate the decade - Whether it is 0 to 9 or 1 to 10, but the fact remains that it is 2021. You expect the world to make a little more sense and get us out of the tragicomedy.
Bastab K Parida
featuresportsa month ago

Satire Saturday | Captain Kohli is right, there's nothing alarming in Adelaide's 36 as Indian cricket transcends all

So when do me panic? We panic in unfavorable scenarios. We panic in situations when the things we can manage become unmanageable. How do we manage the overflow of a river? We build dams. But release the water when it's too much. How do teams fight back from worst of situations? 
Harshit Anand
featuresportsa month ago

Satire Saturday | Ex-cricketers ‘hurt’ after being called out for striving to normalize toxicity

Allan Border was 51 when Twitter came into existence. He lived his childhood and adulthood at a time when the concept of internet was alien to human beings and played his cricket during an era where players could get away with pretty much everything without facing the slightest of consequences.
Anirudh Suresh
newssportsa month ago

Satire Saturday | Cricket Australia signs agreement with Channel 7 to make Test series 'Kohlified'

‘Sir, I am clueless. We are putting on a brave face but can we really pull it off?’ asks a senior executive in Cricket Australia. ‘We have to try and do it. Or else we are all doomed. We have to make it by hook or crook, Boon. WE JUST HAVE TO!”
Bastab K Parida
featuresports2 months ago

Satire Saturday | BCCI plans to bring Yuvraj Singh back in the squad to address the sixth-bowler problem

India’s tour of Australia got to the worst start possible, with the controversy between the trio of BCCI, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, but on the field, things turned ugly with their losses, which prompted the public to question the ‘sixth-bowling’ option in the 50-over format.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresports2 months ago

Satire Saturday | The tragic love story of ‘flaky’ AB de Villiers and ‘committed’ CSA

“Never go back to your ex, they are ex for a reason” - someone wise.
Deepak Yadav
featuresports2 months ago

Satire Saturday | Sourav Ganguly inducted as new god of cricket; BCCI devises new rules for asking questions

For all of you Sachin Tendulkar fans who think that he is the demi-god in the world of cricket, the world has moved forward from 2013 and we are in the age of Sourav 'DADA' Ganguly. Meanwhile, post the Rohit Sharma injury facade, BCCI has introduced some revolutionary rules for questioning them. 
Harshit Anand