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What would happen to India in the world cup if Dhoni isn’t part of it?

Our Man of the Match

Dhoni our Man of the Match during the 50th Match between Chenai and Delhi last night! Don’t know what happened after the 10 over match with Delhi when He STOLE the entire stadium! We feel like Delhi’s morale has dropped tremendously after this instance. Iyer went out and DC were in shambles. Talk about timing the stumping. Just when Iyer lifted his foot, Dhoni took off the bails, he couldn't have timed it better or pulled it off better. Dhoni is known for his wicket keeping and his batting and now we add to this list for this Champion Dhoni’s eye hand coordination, That was definitely a game changing angle! #midwicketangle To top it off, both, Punt and Shikhar both Indian international players went haywire as soon as the pressure came on. This is when we decide how good a team or a player is- when they re under pressure. Dhoni needs to be part of the World Cup, India would go down, down, down otherwise. He’s just got it!

Marvellous Malaysians!

Mixed doubles shuttlers Tan Kian Meng-Lai Pei Jing have come returned to their fiery mode after a horrible seven months. The pair were in great form when they notched a comfortable 21-13, 21-10 win over Indonesian scratch pair Akbar Bintang Cahyono-Annisa Saufika in the second round at the New Zealand Open in Auckland yesterday. Taking advantage of their opponent’s combination as it was their first tournament led them to win the match. They plan to stick to their game plan and keeping their mistakes to a minimum. In their first four tournaments, they were out in the first round. Last month, they found their ground and made it to the Malaysian Open semi-finals and were runners-up at the Singapore Open. Their recent performances saw them jump from 39th in the world rankings to 20th on Tuesday.

From Nobodies to Somebodies!

Donny van de Beek of Ajax grabbed an early goal to secure a precious 1-0 victory at Tottenham Hotspur in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final on Wednesday (AEST). Tottenhams Pochettino's dilemma is that his players have to claw back a deficit against Europe's most exciting young team - who have almost emerged from nowhere to sweep brilliantly past Real Madrid and Juventus, and are now in pole position to dismiss Spurs. What were in awe of is that the whole Ajax team, is built in the old values and traditions - developing their own without lavish spending, selling and then re-investing, renewing. Ajax's most iconic figure, Johan Cruyff said, "Why couldn't you beat a richer club? I've never seen a bag of money score a goal."

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