Rahul Sadhu

believes that sports does not build character but reveals it

Articles By Rahul Sadhu

Cricket in mid-sea: An English club’s unique match is truly about ‘spirit of the game’

The cricket match took place on what can only be described as the wettest and most uneven cricket pitch you're ever likely to see.

Ashes 2019: How Jofra Archer became England’s next big hope in his debut Test

Jofra Archer eventually finished his first-ever Test with a figure of 91/5. The fastest bowl he delivered in the match recorded a speed of 96.1mph.

When Sushma Swaraj’s witty tweet on Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan went viral

Sushma Swaraj's tweet on Afghan all-rounder Rashid Khan went viral in 2018 after the cricketer emerged as one of the biggest ambassadors for the game of cricket from the war-torn country of Afghanistan.

Virat Kohli 2.0? The challenges that await the Indian captain

Virat Kohli's Carribean sojourns have not come in the best of circumstances.

MS Dhoni should continue playing until 2020 T20 World Cup: Childhood coach Banerjee

MS Dhoni's international future has become a topic of nationwide debate after ICC World Cup 2019 reached its conclusion.

Where Left was Right: Left-arm seamers on a roll in World Cup 2019

Left-arm fast bowlers Mitchell Starc, Trent Boult, Mohammed Amir, Mustafizur Rahman, Shaheen Afridi, dominated the tournament. Starc and Rahman ended up as joint top wicket-takers with 27 and 20 wickets respectively.

Paul Heyman to Ranveer Singh: If you come up against Brock Lesnar or me there is something to fear

Paul Heyman has been getting some attention this week after calling out Bollywood star Ranveer Singh for using his catchphrase- “Eat, Sleep, Repeat”.

How Malinga and Sri Lanka’s ‘new members’ script Headingly heist

Sri Lanka are now fifth on the points table and will look to breach the top four in the upcoming matches.

World Cup 2019: The fire from Babylon still flickers in West Indies

Pace like fire, whispering death, the flair- the West Indies are well and truly back.

After forgettable IPL, Kuldeep Yadav says he has no self-doubt ahead of World Cup

Speaking to indianexpress.com before leaving for the World Cup, Kuldeep Yadav said that he's ready to face any challenge at the tournament and his preparation has gone well.

Drew McIntyre: A WWE Champion in ‘waiting’ and possibly in making at Money in the Bank

Since the RAW after Wrestlemania 2018, when Drew McIntyre made his return, the Scotsman has been pushed as one of the top guys in the roster but despite having all the qualities of a star he still does not have the WWE belt around him.

People love to spread rumours: Kuldeep Yadav clarifies comments made on MS Dhoni

Kuldeep Yadav cleared the air about his comments on MS Dhoni, blaming the media for ‘false’ interpretation of his statement.

Lasith Malinga: From mentor to winning Mumbai Indians their fourth IPL crown

Timing is key when pulling off the perfect bluff, and Lasith Malinga did just that when he redeemed himself in spectacular fashion on Sunday night to lead Mumbai to an unprecedented fourth IPL title.

IPL 2019: For globetrotter Harry Gurney defence is the best form of attack

Retiring from the red-ball format, Harry Gurney has evolved as a priceless commodity who plies his trade in various T20 leagues across the world.

‘Kuldeep Yadav will be a big weapon for India at the World Cup’

Kuldeep Yadav was India's surprise package when he made his debut in June 2017. Exactly two years down the line, in June 2019, the 'Chinaman' is expected to play an integral role to India's cause at the World Cup.

IPL 2019: KXIP’s 18-year-old prodigy Prabhsimran Singh makes debut against SRH

Kings XI Punjab's youngest prodigy Prabhsimran Singh is all of 18 years and 240 days and is happy to make his debut against one of the most potent bowling attacks of the Indian Premier League: Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Andre Russell’s power game reaping benefits of prior ‘midnight workout sessions’

As the world continues to marvel at Andre Russell's muscles, we take a look back at how the 30-year-old was preparing for this onslaught in IPL 2019, well in advance.

IPL 2019: Ricky Ponting left surprised by Kotla wicket, calls it worst of the three home games

Batting first, Delhi posted a lowly 129/8 in 20 overs as batsmen struggled to time the ball on the sluggish surface. SRH's bowlers, on the other hand, exploited the conditions well and never allowed the game to slip away.

IPL 2019: Bairstow’s blitzkrieg, bowlers make it three wins in a row for well-rounded SRH

Electing to bowl first, SRH produced a mighty effort with the ball to restrict Delhi to 129/8 after 20 overs. Chasing 130, Hyderabad were home with five wickets in hand and 9 balls to spare. This was SRH's fourth win in five matches at the Feroz Shah Kotla against DC.

Nepal’s Sandeep Lamichhane turning challenges into opportunities and problems into possibilities in IPL 2019

Sandeep Lamichhane is a street-smart bowler and his deception lies in his fast arm-action which has helped him get rid off batsmen even as they attempt to go after him.

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