India and its fascination with foreign coaches

India and its fascination with foreign coaches

24 Jun 2011 by Vishal Chandan in Indian Cricket Team

India during the 1990s weren’t that much of a force in foreign pitches. Needing a new outlook to the cricket, they needed to adopt foreign techniques. A resurgence with the arrival of John Wright and here we are standing with the trophy.

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A golden opportunity lost and how!

A golden opportunity lost and how!

17 Jun 2011 by Vishal Chandan in India vs West Indies 2011

An exceptional win! Yes! It was expected in the last 2 ODIs. But India failed though clinched the series. A golden opportunity lost for some, while some gained a lot out of it.

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India-England: No.1 Ranking in danger

India-England: No.1 Ranking in danger

07 Jun 2011 by Vishal Chandan in Indian Cricket Team

England has always been tough to play against. And with these players in form of their life, its going to be tough to beat them in their own den.

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Down the road, March 22nd.

27 Mar 2011 by Vinay Anand in News

A day after Pakistan won an eventful World Cup semi final against New Zealand, England played South Africa in the second semi final at Sydney. England batted first and posted 252 in 45 overs, as the Proteas were 5 overs short. This alongside the flawed D/L method, proved to be disastrous for South Africa. They […]

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An India-Australia Test, brings out the best

05 Oct 2010 by Mahendra Prasad in India Vs Australia Test Series 2010

Whenever there is talk of Test cricket dying, India and Australia must face each other in a Test series.

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All-rounder Harbhajan defeats Deccan

29 Mar 2010 by Mahendra Prasad in IPL 2010

Harbhajan Singh has always been a capable bat, but he hasn’t done well enough to be categorized as an all-rounder. Against Deccan Chargers though, he came up with a truly all-round effort to lead Mumbai Indians to yet another victory.

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The magic of Eden Gardens

20 Feb 2010 by Mahendra Prasad in India VS South Africa Test Series 2010

There are cricket stadiums and then there is Eden Gardens. Yes, a match at the Lord’s of India brings along with it humongous expectations every time, that of a historic Indian win. Mohammad Azharuddin always scored runs here — even when he batted with his eyes closed, his protégé of sorts VVS Laxman has scored […]

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India could do nothing wrong

20 Feb 2010 by Mahendra Prasad in India VS South Africa Test Series 2010

In a two-match series, when you are 1-nil down, it is next to improbable to make a comeback. But, the present Indian team, under MS Dhoni has made it a habit of constantly delivering the goods when the chips are completely down. And the second Test against South Africa at Eden Gardens was no exception. […]

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