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featuresports4 months ago

What if Wednesday | What if Prithvi Shaw didn't get injured on the 2018/19 Australia tour

Prithvi Shaw had traveled to Australia on the 2018/19 tour as the first-choice opener after his ballistic batting against West Indies that had established him as the next big thing in Indian cricket. However, he couldn't play the series due to an injury and after that things went awry for him. 
Harshit Anand
featuresports4 months ago

Overreaction Monday ft. Unsporting Kieron Pollard, Prithvi Shaw can do it all and strike rate doesn’t matter

Another week where our international stars couldn't just keep quiet as the fans went really out of their places to bring them down to earth. While Kieron Pollard’s appeal wasn’t the only one, there was the cry to bring back Prithvi Shaw in the ODI setup and, of course, the strike-rate rant.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresports4 months ago

Satire Saturday | Indian openers write to BCCI to stop drafting any more openers in the side

After sending down chills down the bowlers spines during the course of the Vijay Hazare Trophy, enmity among the middle-order batsmen, keeping the scribes at their toes to find adjectives, it is being reported that the storm created by the domestic openers has reached the Indian dressing room too.
Harshit Anand
featuresports5 months ago

Overreaction Monday ft. Finch’s ‘baffling’ omission, Pujara the T20 GOAT and Shaw is back

It is a bad day to be a Tennis fan who does not really fancy Djokovic, but given today is Monday, I suppose it is fair to say that today is a bad day to just...well...exist. But life has to go on and so we are left with no choice but to present the world Overreaction Monday: Feb 22 edition.
Anirudh Suresh
featuresports6 months ago

What if Wednesday | What if Ajinkya Rahane was dropped after 2017 Sri Lanka series

It was the chilly winter of 2017 when Sri Lanka came calling. Like they usually do, but this was the absolute pinnacle. India had just made an all-format tour to the Emerald Isle, blanking then 9-0, but once again? The cynosure was at a different point.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports9 months ago

Overreaction Monday ft. Ageing Vengsarkar, Danny ‘my dear’ Morrison and Gautam ‘supportive’ Gambhir

Everyone seems to have a strong opinion when it comes to cricket and tend to not shy away from expressing it, especially on Twitter. Hence, this brings us to this week’s Overreaction Monday, where we try to decode all the stupid, unnecessary, and plain goofy comments made over the past week.
Deepak Yadav
featuresports9 months ago

Overreaction Monday ft. the Kohli-Surya stare-fest, the Srikkanth-Manjrekar tiff and Cameron 'Ponting' Green

Phew, the cricket world is full of dividing, contrasting, mesmerizing and over the top opinions by cricketers, the Twitter world, the fans and what not - especially during the IPL time. This week was no different as it threw up some amazingly bizarre opinions that took the world by storm.  
Harshit Anand
featuresports9 months ago

Truthful Tuesday | Why Delhi Capitals need to back Ajinkya Rahane over Prithvi Shaw

Ajinkya Rahane has been one of the most consistent performers when it comes to the Indian Premier League but despite picking him up last year, Delhi Capitals haven't shown enough faith in the seasoned campaigner. And now just after few failures, there are strong demands coming in to drop him.
Harshit Anand
featuresportsa year ago

Truthful Tuesday | Shubman Gill can wait for now, India should stick with Prithvi Shaw

Fate works in a funny way - sometimes it is the doing of an individual, a Karmic intervention perhaps, and at other times, it is the case of things falling into place just like that. We don’t know much about that but Prithvi Shaw and Shubman Gill right now have become two sides of the same coin.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports3 years ago

Good, Bad & Ugly ft. Prithvi shaw, Michael Clarke, and Ramesh Powar

We are back with our weekly dose of Good, Bad, & Ugly and pretty much like last week we have more bad and ugly aspects of sport overpowering the few good things. Indian women’s team scandal, Michael Clarke’s public outburst, athletes failing dope test- all feature in this issue.
Subhayan Dutta