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newssports8 days ago

I definitely miss MS Dhoni, he was guiding me in the right way, admits Ravindra Jadeja

After being named in the T20 World Cup squad, Ravindra Jadeja has stated that MS Dhoni has guided him a lot in his career and that he misses him. Talking about upcoming matches, Jadeja reckoned that he has started to believe in himself and would like to finish the matches and win it for the team.
SportsCafe Desk
newssports5 months ago

Twitter reacts to cheeky Ravindra Jadeja mocking Nitish Rana as latter’s hideous drop gifts CSK six runs

Ravindra Jadeja seems to be in the mood this IPL. After taking the mickey out of young Riyan Parag in CSK’s last encounter, the all-rounder, today, embarrassed his latest victim, Nitish Rana. After Rana spilt a dolly to gift CSK a six, Jadeja laughed his heart out to leave the KKR man red-faced.
SportsCafe Desk
featuresports7 months ago

What if Wednesday | What if CSK retained R Ashwin instead of Jadeja in 2018 auction

Dhoni might have attended an insane cult following in Chennai, but Ashwin is the original Chennai Super King. Inarguably he is the greatest cricketer to have come out of Tamil Nadu and his Veera Level performance in the lengths and breaths of the country has made him a true giant of Indian cricket.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports7 months ago

Friday Fights | The Big ODI Fight – Ravi Shastri vs Ravindra Jadeja

This is a very unique battle - two all-rounders similar in nature battling it out with each other in the ring, even sharing the same name. In the battle of Ravi’s - is Jadeja going to triumph over Shastri, or will it be the other way around?
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresports8 months ago

What if Wednesday | What if Stuart Broad dismissed Yuvraj after conceding the first six in 2007

Incredible things have happened in the past but when Yuvraj Singh swayed his willow like a wand, there wasn't any better sight in the world, as he smashed Stuart Broad all over the Durban boundary for six sixes. But what if in a parallel world, Andrew Flintoff’s sledge worked for England?
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresports8 months ago

What if Wednesday | What if Michael Clarke dropped Sangakkara to deny Nathan Lyon his first wicket

On his first-ever ball in Test cricket, Nathan Lyon dismissed the great Kumar Sangakkara, something which was rendered possible by Michael Clarke, who took a blinder at first slip. Lyon has since gone on to play 100 Test matches, but what if Clarke had spilled the chance that morning in Galle?
Anirudh Suresh
featuresports10 months ago

Good Bad Ugly ft. EPL welcome back fans, ODI called-off and Robbie Fowler's comment

Football fans back inside the stadium, Indian-Australia series in full swing - finally it seems everything is getting back to normal. With more action, there’s unlimited drama brewing in the background - which brings us to this edition of Good, Bad and Ugly.
sounak mullick
featuresports10 months ago

Overreaction Monday | BCCI's mid-night incompetence and South Africa losing the plot

It is that time of the week when we decide to sit on our perspective haunches to filter out the good opinions and challenge the wrongs (well, we can’t be neutral surely). Bursting the myth is fun and it is even more so when the experts land some unfathomable comments for the sake of it.
Bastab K Parida
featuresportsa year ago

What if Wednesday | What if RCB didn’t retain Virat Kohli ahead of 2011 IPL Auction

There was a unique opportunity for RCB, ahead of the 2011 season to retain some of their star players but instead, they opted to retain a youngster, Virat Kohli, ahead of the likes of Kevin Pietersen, Rahul Dravid. What if RCB retained Kevin Pietersen instead of Kohli?
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
sportsa year 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