In an age when cricketers are known as much for their batting prowess as their demonstrative and aggressive mannerisms, Ajinkya Rahane’s calm demeanour is hard to miss.
It is difficult to pick who between Delhi Daredevils and Kings XI Punjab have had more issues to resolve during the Indian Premier League’s Season 8.The two units, seemingly strong on paper, have stru
India’s third-place finish at the recent Azlan Shah tournament brought plenty of positives for chief coach Paul van Ass, who was pleasantly surprised by the squad’s high energy levels and recovery ski
Dharamvir Singh has been the silent workhorse in the Indian hockey team ever since his debut in 2009.
For a major part of the game, Delhi Daredevils had things under control.
Delhi Daredevils’ story in the last seven seasons of the Indian Premier League has that been of overhaul and changes.
India hockey coach Paul van Ass has warned his players against picking up cards or indulging in rough play, as they prepare for the Azlan Shah tournament here.
He has just been three days in the job, and India hockey coach Paul van Ass has identified key roles for his players and himself.
‘There is an entire new generation of Pakistan players who have no experience or idea of what it is to play for the country’ said Akbar
I have always been good friends with Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh, and later on Sachin paaji, so whenever I get time away from hockey, I try and follow their cricketing careers.