Sports World Cup 2019: Ben Stokes, The Man Who Can Make Miracles Happen
With a stunning one-hand catch in the World Cup opener against South Africa, England’s Ben Stokes infused ecstasy and euphoria befitting the occasion. The World Cup had arrived. The World Cup was kicking. And the world better acknowledged that Ben Stokes was in charge of it.Add to list
Sports Sachin Bhakt or Statistics ki Dukhan: What Kind of a Cricket Fan Are You?
Now that the World Cup has arrived, you’re sure to find yourself in a crowd watching the games, whether through a store display window or a in a bustling living room. Keep an eye out for the person who still carries a torch for Sachin, and the self-promoter who adds three stories to their Instagram for every over.Add to list
Sports Winning the World Cup as Coach Will Be Ravi Shastri’s Greatest Achievement Since Rewriting Our Cricket Vocabulary
Is it even possible to describe a close match without calling it “down to the wire”, or concluding, in the end, that the real winner is cricket? In sports pubs and living rooms across the country, among scotch-swilling 50-somethings and cricket-mad teenagers alike, the language of Ravi Shastri reigns supreme. Let’s hope he puts it to use in some fiery dressing room speeches this World Cup.Add to list
Sports Return of the All-Rounder: Is Hardik Pandya Team India’s Dark Horse at this Cricket World Cup?
Two-time World Cup-winning legend Clive Lloyd has said 2019 will be “an all-rounders’ World Cup”. And suddenly, the controversial Hardik Pandya might just be the ace-in-the-hole for Team India at a tournament where players like him are destined for great things.Add to list
Sports Liverpool FC: Always the Best Man, Never the Groom
This season, under the leadership of real-life Santa Claus Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool FC finished second in the English Premier League. Of course, putting up the club’s highest individual total in premier league history (97 points), and losing just one game in 38, wouldn’t be enough...Add to list