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featuresports4 months ago

Satire Saturday | Shallow unscrupulous promises and adroit Virat Kohli’s road to politics

On March 23, when BCCI uploaded a video of multiple missed opportunities from Virat Kohli at the slip, the caption read ‘Virat Kohli's brilliant fielding effort in the slips,’ and that was really the sign of things, that was not the end of it and neither was it the start of things.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
newssports4 months ago

Twitter reacts to Virat ‘SKY’ Kohli swivel pull Wood’s brute pace for massive six

If Suryakumar Yadav absolutely tonked Jofra Archer’s delivery to the boundary, Virat Kohli did one better, getting the full leather off Mark Wood, who upped the pace against the Indian skipper. Kohli got back into position immediately before swiveling to pull the ball for a massive six.
SportsCafe Desk
featuresports5 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
featuresports5 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
newssports5 months ago

Twitter reacts to crowd cheer depriving ‘impatient’ Rohit Sharma of well-deserved half-century

Crowds returning to the stadiums have brought normalcy back in India and they really made a spectacle in Chennai and Ahmedabad. However, in the fourth Test, with Rohit batting on 49, crowds started chanting his name and an impatient Rohit lost concentration to be dismissed a run short of his 50.
SportsCafe Desk
featuresports5 months ago

What if Wednesday | What if Tymal Mills was picked in England’s 2016 WT20 squad

In 2016, ahead of the World T20 clash in India, England picked Reece Topley ahead of Tymal Mills but what if they picked the latter instead? Would it have changed England’s fortunes or would it have not?
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresports5 months ago

What if Wednesday | What if Rohit Sharma was picked in the 2011 World Cup 

One of the biggest heartbreaks for Rohit Sharma in his international journey so far has been missing out on the 2011 World Cup that India won after a gap of 28 long years. One of the greats of limited-overs cricket now, Rohit wasn't picked in what was the first World Cup in India since 1996.
Harshit Anand
featuresports6 months ago

Satire Saturday | Time ripe to sack Virat Kohli, the worst-ever Indian Test captain

While millions of Indians were filled with joy, ecstasy and gratification with a win Down Under like never seen before, there was a section, which was doing something for the greater good of the country. They were debunking the great Virat Test captaincy scam, leaving the great Indian media behind.
Harshit Anand
featuresports7 months 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
featuresports7 months ago

Overreaction Monday ft. Restaurant gate, Asif's age fraud claims and Sachin's DRS take

The cricketing world is a riveting one which is loved by the masses and they feel so deeply about the game that often social media turns into a parliament of opinion/debates. Be it boards, players, experts, fans, this week was one hell of a week, full of overreactions and polarizing opinions.
Harshit Anand