500th Test, the Monk’s cap and a ’90s Test cricket loving hopeless hipster

First things first, Kane Williamson will become one of the finest modern era captains. Not that he has much competition but the diminutive Kiwi displayed immense leadership to snatch the control from India on Day 1 at Kanpur. Then again, he might end up being whitewashed in this series. Test cricket is back in India and... Continue Reading →


Rahul Dravid – a flop mentor but the one that Team India needs

2013 - Play-offs 2014 - Group stage 2015 - Play-offs 2016 - Group stage That's Rahul Dravid's CV as a coach/mentor. Add a Champions League final loss and a defeat in the World Cup U-19 final to that. The problem with Dravid, the mentor, is that his teams don't win trophies. In fact, when the... Continue Reading →

How is my hero in real life? I don’t care

"What is Rahul Dravid in real life?" - I don't know. As a cricketer, brilliant but I have no clue how he is in his real life. The above question is from a post in Quora.com. People ask a lot of questions on Quora and interestingly, it seems to have an answer to everything. So, when... Continue Reading →


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