Suspending the tournament midstream when it is running well will only help to inflict huge financial losses on the BCCI and earn that body and its flagship event a bad name and serve no gainful purpose.
It is only those extraordinarily gifted human beings, like Dhoni, who can successfully take on the burdens and stress that come with captaincy besides being a wicketkeeper.
The Rajasthan Royals skipper chose to forgo the easier and relatively safer option of taking a single and leaving it to Morris to try his luck with the last ball.
Though it is too early to predict the future course of Patel’s career in Test cricket, it can be safely said that he will not find wicket-taking to be as easy as it was during his first three matches.
One of the biggest mysteries of IPL has been the failure of RCB to clinch the title even once till date.
Pant attained cricketing immortality by playing 'reverse scoop' while facing two of the top fast bowlers in the world - James Anderson and Jofra Archer.
The controversy over Suryakumar Yadav's dismissal in the fourth T20I against England provides the cricketing establishment a golden chance to make a break from the trend of relying blindly on technology.
The maiden win over the West Indies in 1971 and the comeback victory over Australia in 2001 were epochal ones as they served to chart the course of the game in the country during the years that followed.
The meek surrender of the visitors in the last Test, where their second innings lasted a mere 54.5 overs, indicates that there is more to the defeat than the pitch alone.
Let us script a fresh beginning by accepting that the wicket prepared at Ahmedabad was a disaster and make amends by preparing a pitch for the last Test that will bring the best out of both sides.
South African all-rounder Chris Morris fetched a whopping Rs 16.25 crore to become the biggest ever buy in IPL history.
Sheer statistics would never convey his greatness as Viswanath’s genius was beyond mere numbers.