After the 28-year wait it's only natural that India's World Cup triumph will leave a lasting legacy in the cricket-crazy country says Boria Majumdar, writing in the Times of India. The IPL meanwhile, he says, couldn't have come at a better time for Indian cricket.
While player fatigue is surely a factor, crowd or viewer fatigue is no longer a serious issue in the World Cup aftermath.
Indian fans need to embrace the World Cup in its totality, writes Boria Majumdar in the Times of India. Packing the stands for the India games alone is not enough, he says. It is a given that the India matches will be played to pack... Read Post
England’s difficult time at the Cricket World Cup continued with a nine-wicket loss to Sri Lanka on Saturday night in a Group A match in Wellington, New Zealand. England has won one of its first four matches and, while it may still ... Read Post