It’s human nature to kick a person when down, though we forget it’s both unjust and unfair. In sports, it becomes even more pertinent.
Virat Kohli wears his heart on his sleeve and is someone who gives as good as he gets.
Former skipper Kumble takes charge as Team India coach at preparatory camp in Bengaluru
Riding on the brilliance of their skipper David Warner and backed by a razor-sharp attack, Sunrisers Hyderabad first stunned and then silenced the Royal Challengers Bangalore to seal their maiden IPL
It’s a given that the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium would be enveloped in a sea of red.
For someone who lays it all out there on the field, a passion for the game that over-rides everything else, David Warner is a typical leader of men.
It’s not easy to understand the pain that Virat Kohli must have gone through on Sunday night.
After 51 days and 59 matches that’s taken us through some roller-coaster rides, breathtaking batting displays, brilliance with the ball and amazing alacrity on the field, IPL-9 will usher in a new cha
Virat Kohli and his boys charge on to the field after their sensational win. (Photo: Shashidhar B.)
At the halfway mark, it didn’t look like a T20 game that the IPL fans were used to. True, the RCB loyalists weren’t complaining but the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium looked like a turf not seen in a while.