Flamboyant Future of Test Cricket

Source So we are back at it again. It has become fashionable these days for players recently retired from the game to lament about the future of the oldest form of the game – Test Cricket. A new entrant in this list is a former England captain Andrew Strauss who…

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‘Ajju’ Rahane – The one-stop solution

Two very special Indian Cricketers have scored IPL centuries on my birthday, April 15. Both Mumbaikars! Tendulkar scored a 100 vs Kochi Tuskers @ Wankhede in 2011 and Rahane scored a scintillating 60 ball 103 @ Bangalore in 2012. I would appreciate the latter one more because it came from…

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We, The Indians

One more overseas loss and one more time will we start hearing that ‘the captain needs to step down’. If we were to go by public opinion, we will end up rotating captains faster than Sreesanths’ capability to rotate his hobbies. Wait the stupidity doesn’t end here. We Indians have…

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A day when Legends took the field again

As this exhibition match comes to an end, I think it is time to reflect upon what is about this game which still pulls me to switch on the TV. What is it that I couldn’t stop of thinking of ways and means I could catch up on the action…

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Rajasthan Royals – The True Winners

RR: Combination of talent and opportunity

In the terms of mathematical logic, if we define set A as ‘Talent’ and set B as ‘Opportunity’, the intersection of the two sets can be called ‘Rajasthan Royals’. Being a cricket fanatic, I would suggest you to ride the train from the local suburbs to Churchgate, walk to the…

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It is Time to Wear the Pragmatic Lens, because IPL seems to be in a Mess

“Can you really put a cap on what shockers the game of Cricket can produce? Can anyone just write off a team at any stage? Are the fans really assured of their team’s victory when it scores 200 odd runs in a T20 match? Do you really believe that miracles…

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