Mahela’s Top Ten Test Innings

 10. 141 vs New Zealand at Napier, 2005 a href=”http://www.thearmchaircritic.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/MJnapier.jpg”>   On a placid track in Napier, after conceding 561 runs in the first innings, Sri Lanka needed to make sure they scored as many runs as possible to avoid… Continue Reading →

Chandimal deserves better than this

Dinesh Chandimal’s career thus far has resembled a ball thrown up in the air. The ball soars up, cutting through resistance and rising against gravity to reach a remarkable height, and then loses all the momentum gained and plummets down… Continue Reading →

The last Chapter of a Heartwarming Novel

It all began a decade ago, when two stalwarts of world cricket tangoed together to maul a bowling attack that contained an astute leg break bowler in it on a tricky track in Dambulla during the Asia Cup, or may… Continue Reading →

2013: Moments of Spectacles for Sri Lanka

Though the year 2013 didn’t go according to the plans for Sri Lanka, the Sri Lankan cricketers produced some spectacular display of incisive cricket to attest the existence of some soul in a rather dying sport in Sri Lanka.(or more… Continue Reading →

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