For a player who’s played just 21 IPL games, Delhi boy Pawan Negi’s life will never be the same again.
Unlike auctions in the past, the IPL-9 didn’t reach feverish levels on Saturday.
Eight seasons ago when the T20 carnival that revolutionised cricket — IPL — was launched, it broke not just a few myths but also punctured the naysayers along the way.
It was unbelievably laughable. The only time the sun shone during the four days of non-action in the second Test was about an hour after the players had left the M. Chinnaswamy stadium, for good.
With poor weather conditions snatching away any potential excitement, it remains to be seen whether ABD’s milestone game ends being a mere footnote in the history of the sport. — Asian Age
In the past, the good old saying catches win matches was restricted to a few select sides.
The opening conundrum has always been a sticky issue for teams: a good start means a job half done.
The ghosts of Mohali came back to haunt the South Africans as the time-tested Indian spin trick hit pay dirt.
Whatever may happen in the world in general and the city in particular, the Chinnaswamy stadium is at peace, currently.
Some five rainy seasons ago, when Cheteshwar Pujara made his Test debut, against the Australians at the M.