10 Things to Remember About 2015 World Cup

Checkout some terrific performances and some fine moments from the tournament. Cricket fans will remember them for a long time. © Getty Images

End of the Sachin Era

Sachin's International career lasted for a long time, 24 years to be precise. It wasn't just a career, it was an era, the Sachin Era. We all grew up in this Sachin Era. © Getty Images

Suresh Raina: A Valuable ODI Player

Yes, he has got a faulty technique. Yes, he is not perfect for the longer format of the game. But no one can deny the fact that he is a very valuable limited overs player. © Getty Images

Virender Sehwag – The Modern Day Phenomenon

His name is enough to terrify any bowler in the world, the philosopher who sees the word 'Impossible' as 'I m possible'. The man who is slowly turning himself into a phenomenon. © Getty Images

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Paying a price for being Kevin Pietersen


You are out of the team for more than a year. You want to return. You are trying hard. You are in the middle. You are playing a great knock, your best ever in the first-class cricket. You score a triple hundred and remain unbeaten till the end.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

It Was Fun Till It Lasted


14 nations, 44 days, 49 games. 4 best teams reached the semi-finals, 2 best teams played the final, Australia the deserving winners. As they say, all good things must come to an end, the 2015 World Cup is over as well.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

10 Things to Remember about 2015 World Cup


The Group stage of 2015 World Cup is finally over. Can't say if this was the best ever first round but there were some terrific performances and some fine moments. Cricket fans will remember these moments for a long time.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

World Cup is here


After a wait of 4 years, the cricket World Cup is here again. The lives of cricket fans won't be the same for the next one and a half months. We will watch cricket, talk cricket and breathe cricket.

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Goodbye MS Dhoni the Test player


It's almost a week since MS Dhoni announced his retirement from Test cricket. To be honest, it didn't surprise me at all. It was inevitable. He had to go.