angelo mathews

The Angelo Mathews-Marvan Atapattu combo and the retrograde of Sri Lanka cricket

Angelo Mathews and Marvan Atapattu pictured prior to the Pallekele Test against Pakistan I thought about ranting on it after the Test defeat in Sharjah. Mathews had just been baptised as the captain. So let’s wait, I thought. Then there was a… Continue Reading →

Mankading is all about Intellect vs Mind

Three nights ago Buttler was in the headlines for his titillating century that brought England within the vicinity of victory at Lords and Sachithra Senanayake found himself being Googled all over the world, after he was reported by the umpires… Continue Reading →

Kill or get Killed

8 years ago, in the United Kingdom when the summer sun was just starting to peep on the British Isle, Sri Lanka Cricket team lead by Mahela Jayawardane defeated England 5-0, making history. 8 years after the heroics, we find… Continue Reading →

Players victimised for Administrator's Bloopers

When the second string New Zealand team took on the much expected Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka cricket was stripped and severely exposed. One thing that worth mention is the fact that the administrators of Sri Lanka Cricket have been hiding… Continue Reading →

Preview: Sri Lanka vs New Zealand 1st ODI at Hambantota

So, finally the drought of cricket is over in Sri Lanka, and New Zealand will be taking on Sri Lanka at Hambantota to relieve 21 million cricket fans who have been made to starve for nearly 3 months. Though not a… Continue Reading →

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