Natarajan: The Biggest Find of the Season

+8 Whenever someone asks you, “Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?“, you’d be careful of what to say. You would dream big, but not so big that the target might be completely out of hand. And when someone would ask you the same question limiting the timeframe to ‘next 3 months’, you’d likely tread on a very careful path. But this … Continue reading Natarajan: The Biggest Find of the Season

Throwback from Down Under: Rohit Sharma’s 171* vs Australia

+8 With the Australian tour going underway from the 27th November, let’s have a look at this unforgettable performance from one of the best white-ball batsmen in the world, against Australia. Rohit Sharma has always loved batting on the Australian soil. He has consistently scored big in Australia and has numerous remarkable records in Australia. This particular inning came in the 1st ODI vs Australia … Continue reading Throwback from Down Under: Rohit Sharma’s 171* vs Australia

Shane Watson’s Best IPL Performances

+10 Shane Watson: a remarkable all-rounder, an impressive match-winner and a terrific opener. There’s so much to talk about Watson’s IPL career. Shane Watson has announced his retirement from all forms of Cricket by posting a video on 2nd November 2020. Although Watson was not part of the CSK team in their last league game this season, he played his last game, against the Kolkata … Continue reading Shane Watson’s Best IPL Performances

IPL Throwback: Chris Gayle’s Stunning 175*

0 It was one of the most dominating displays of batting in the history of cricket. The ‘Gayle’storm had struck Bengaluru when the mighty Chris Gayle was batting against the Pune Warriors India, and it was an innings worth remembering. Chris Gayle was going through a great form this season. The match started off with rain interrupting the match after just having completed one over. … Continue reading IPL Throwback: Chris Gayle’s Stunning 175*

IPL Throwback: Rashid Khan’s All Round Magic against KKR

+1 Rashid Khan was roped in by SunRisers Hyderabad in 2017 and he has never looked back since. He has emerged as one of the best spinners in the IPL and has often shown that he can be a utility player with the bat too. One such instance was the second qualifier match in 2018 against the Kolkata Knight Riders, where he stepped up not … Continue reading IPL Throwback: Rashid Khan’s All Round Magic against KKR

Sachin Tendulkar’s Memorable Knocks in the 2003 World Cup

0 Sachin Tendulkar…the name synonymous with cricket at that time was the driving force of the Indian ODI team in the 2003 World Cup. He was the only batsman to score more than 10,000 runs in ODIs then and there were lots of expectations from him to score loads of runs on the bouncy pitches of South Africa and slow pitches of Zimbabwe. And he … Continue reading Sachin Tendulkar’s Memorable Knocks in the 2003 World Cup

Amelia Kerr’s 232* and 5/17: Cricket’s Greatest All-Round Performance of All-Time

+1 Traditionally growing up with men’s cricket, we have unfortunately sidelined the same sport when played by the opposite gender. It has the same rules, played on the same ground and is played with similar zeal. Yet, it has unfortunately not been able to pick up similar viewership. We have no idea of Cathryn Fitzpatrick’s fiery bowling, Betty Wilson’s century and a ten-wicket haul in … Continue reading Amelia Kerr’s 232* and 5/17: Cricket’s Greatest All-Round Performance of All-Time

Kolkata Test 2001: Harbhajan Singh’s 13 Wicket Haul

0 One of the most iconic tests not just in the Indian cricket history but in the whole cricket history was the 2001 Calcutta Test. We usually remember that match for VVS Laxman’s 281 or Rahul Dravid’s 180, but there was a hero behind the bowling unit of the Indian team who had little experience in the international circuit. Harbhajan Singh was almost not picked … Continue reading Kolkata Test 2001: Harbhajan Singh’s 13 Wicket Haul

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Malcolm Marshall: The one-handed seven-wicket haul

0 We’re back to the English summer of 1984 in which West Indies brutally defeated the hosts by 2-1 in the ODI series followed by the famous ‘Blackwash’. The ODI series was already highlighted by one of the most epic batting performances of all-time, in which Sir Vivian Richards scored a mind-blowing 189*. At this point, no one believed that there would be a more … Continue reading Malcolm Marshall: The one-handed seven-wicket haul

Vivian Richards’ 189* against England

0 It was in the days of thin bats, no helmets and deadly bouncers, the days when a team would struggle to score over a hundred runs together, the days when scores over 150 were made just four times in the history of the game and the days when Sir Vivian Richards was playing. Hitting a four was considered a skill back then and hitting … Continue reading Vivian Richards’ 189* against England