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Standing firm – the tropical hero

April 28, 2012

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A clinical player, with a rather insipid style, blocking bowlers across the world and amassing 10, 000 runs in test cricket, Shivnarine Chanderpaul is not the cricketer any coach would advise his ward to learn from. Lest we forget, this dour warrior, not remembered for aggression, has finished an ODI when the asking rate was […]

Dravid’s impeccable feat

July 28, 2011

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Try to recall when was the last time you saw Rahul Dravid score a century and eventually India ended up losing. Not many results popping, aren’t they? Dravid’s 33rd century was the only second instance when India has lost a test after witnessing the crafty right-hander stroke his way to a ton. Previously, Dravid’s 118 […]