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featuresports4 months ago

Throwback Thursday | Iceman Robin Uthappa holds nerve to help India pull off all-time-great chase

Welcome to the series where we present you a moment, a game in history that has shaped the way the sport has been played, in our weekly segment ‘Throwback Thursday.' This week, we revisit India’s historic win at The Oval in 2007, a chase that is widely regarded as one of the greatest of all time.
Anirudh Suresh
featuresports4 months ago

What if Wednesday | What if the senior players didn’t pull out of the 2007 T20 World Cup

In the aaiirrr... and Sreesanth takes it...” - These lines yelled out by Ravi Shastri shall reverberate in the minds of the Indian fans for a lifetime.
Bastab K Parida
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

Overreaction Monday ft. Root > Sachin, T20 rookie Marnus and the ‘T10 disgrace’

The first day of a new month and ‘Monday’ are two separate entities that, on their own, induce stress and anxiety, so you can imagine the horror of Monday being the first day of the month. Well, we can’t escape reality, but the least we can do is clear our mind by reading some ridiculous opinions.
Anirudh Suresh
featuresports6 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
featuresports7 months ago

Truthful Tuesday | Ditching Arjun Tendulkar by calling him a nepotism product is a sign of our own ignorance

When your surname is Tendulkar, an often-riveted discussion is bound to take place. Arjun wouldn’t have wanted any of this, but when you born with a silver spoon in your mouth, this is sure to make your life and every little incident attached to it - a tragicomedy of sorts.
Bastab K Parida
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
featuresports7 months ago

What if Wednesday | What if Amol Muzumdar made his Test debut for India in the 1996 England tour

One of India's biggest issues in the mid-90s and early 2000s was the lack of quality openers in the Test side. Despite taking the domestic cricket by storm, Amol Muzumdar always remained a story of ifs and buts but today, we will explore what if he had played for India at the highest-level.
Harshit Anand
featuresports7 months ago

Throwback Thursday | Kartik-Harbhajan spin a web as India bag face-saving win in Mumbai

Welcome to the series where we present you a moment, a game in history that has shaped the way the sport has been played, in our segment ‘Throwback Thursday.' This week, we go back to the Mumbai Test of 2004 where Murali Kartik and Harbhajan Singh spun a web around to help India to an unlikely win.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports8 months ago

Throwback Thursday | Michael Clarke’s unlikely arm lands Australia’s historic 16th straight Test win

What if you could rewind in time, would you deny the chance or go through it all over again to live a moment in history. Welcome to our series ‘Throwback Thursday’ where we this week look back at the 2008 Sydney Test which in equal measures was iconic, ugly-fought, and highly controversial.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam