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  1. There were a lot of emotions flowing throughout the WWE Universe during yesterday's episode of RAW. People got extremely emotional when Roman Reigns announced that after battling cancer for more than four months, he is on remission. However, they were shocked and surprised as Batista returned to the ring and attacked the Nature Boy Ric Flair on his 70th Birthday. But probably the strongest emotion the fans of the show felt was that of annoyance and the feeling of cringe, when Jinder Mahal and his minions, the 'Singh Brothers' joined Flair's birthday celebration after RAW went off the air. EXCLUSIVE: @JinderMahal got to come to @RicFlairNatrBoy's birthday party after all when #Raw went off the air... pic.twitter.com/LonJJrXVrs — WWE (@WWE) February 26, 2019 After Ric Flair failed to make it to the ring for his party after Batista's assault, Mahal and the Singhs came in front of the WWE Universe complaining about not being invited to Flair's birthday bash. He then went on to have a “Punjabi Bhangra party” of their own as loud Punjabi music filled the stadium, overpowering the massive boos being growled by the audience. After watching Mahal's antagonising dances moves for a couple of seconds (which honestly felt like hours), Shawn Michaels decided to end the debacle with a well-deserved sweet-chin music superkick to his face followed by Kurt Angle's Angle Slam on top of the birthday cake. Michaels also superkicked the Singh Brothers as well, while Angle rubbed a huge chunk of the cake on one of the two's face. Last night's show was rich in content and with the Batista segment at the end, it did not require anything else to add to the fans' memories as they drove back home. The fact that the last thing the WWE Universe saw before exiting the stadium was Jinder Mahal's face covered in cake, is just one of those things people have to endure and move on in life with. Obviously it wasn't accepted by the fans of the show and they let WWE have it: 2019-2-25 @WWE RAW in Atlanta, post match: Jinder Mahal was still upset after the show went off the air and tried to take over the party with the Singh Brothers. Here, Mahal gets Sweet Chin Music from Shawn Michaels for his efforts. #WWEAtlanta pic.twitter.com/xcb0bBkKse — DaMo (@damoisdamo) February 26, 2019 I really thought the cake was gonna be safe :'( pic.twitter.com/PERhup9Twf — Nate (@EnemyOfKnees) February 26, 2019 The poor people at #Raw dressed as Ric Flair Woooooing all night who had to watch him get beat down backstage and then see Jinder Mahal get cake placed on top of him instead ð¤·ð¼‍âï¸ð­ pic.twitter.com/GBWE0bdsmY — Kim (@kimberlasskick) February 26, 2019 I really like Jinder Mahal and his character but sometimes I feel it's a character better fit for the 80's/90's — SW (@SliceWrestling) February 26, 2019 I mean I wouldn't invite Jinder Mahal to my birthday party either #WWE #Raw — WWE Critics (@WWECritics) February 26, 2019 Jinder Mahal ... Remember when this guy was WWE champion for like a year? #RAW pic.twitter.com/A9R6OzYN8v — Ultimate Expendient (@JobberRobb) February 26, 2019
  2. Team India claimed victory against New Zealand in the ODI series by 4-1, after winning the 5th ODI by 35 runs. India's victory filled the stadium with cheers for the team and Shikhar Dhawan concluded the celebrations in the coolest way possible. If India's victory on Kiwi soil after 10 years wasn't great enough, Shikhar Dhawan's dance just made it more special for everyone present on the ground and those watching it on TV. Twitter/ Circle Of Cricket Dhawan, who was also the second highest scorer after Ambati Rayudu in the series, was walking on the ground after the post-match presentation when he suddenly stopped and started doing the Bhangra on the beats of Bharat Army's dhol. Twitter/ Circle Of Cricket When you have the dhol playing in the background, how can anyone stop themselves from showing off their bhangra skills. #NZvIND @SDhawan25 dancing to the tune of the Bharat Army Dhol in Wellington! ð¥ ðº#BharatArmy #COTI ð®ð³ pic.twitter.com/X5IaVEz9gp — The Bharat Army (@thebharatarmy) February 3, 2019 Well, all we can say is, 'Gabbar' is back.
  3. At a time when India's tour of Australia was announced, not many were interested in the three-match ODI and T20I series, given the visitors' might in limited-overs cricket. While the Australian team - in the absence of Steve Smith and David Warner - looked a bit depleted, they were still expected to give India a run for their money in the four-match Test series. Moreover, India's troubles on overseas tours (notably in Tests) further made it an exciting affair. The first Test in Adelaide saw the likes of Cheteshwar Pujara (123 & 71), Jasprit Bumrah (3-47 & 3-68) and Ravichandran Ashwin (3-57 & 3-92) combining to script India's 31-run triumph. Trailing 0-1 in the series, Australia needed to bounce back to halt India's charge and they did exactly that through a 'Man of the Match' performance by Nathan Lyon (5-67 & 3-39) who played a pivotal role in their emphatic 146-run triumph. With the series evenly poised at 1-1, all eyes were glued on the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), where both the sides were eager to take the lead. But, at a time when the hosts were expected to get put their best foot forward, they, to the sheer disappointment of their fans, stuttered. Thanks to Pujara's ton and Bumrah's six-wicket haul in the first innings, India tightened the noose on the lacklustre home side. In the end, it took a brilliant bowling performance in the second innings for India to seal a 137-run win and take an unassailable 2-1 lead. © Twitter/@BCCI The fourth and final match at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) was the last opportunity for Tim Paine's men to deny Kohli & co a piece of history. But, Pujara's classy 193 and Rishabh Pant's explosive 159 saw India piling up a mammoth 622-run first-innings total and further got the Aussies on the backfoot. In reply, the hosts were bundled out for 300 runs in the first innings and, going for the kill, India became the first team in 30 years to enforce a follow-on on Australia in their own den. Fancying their chances for another win, the visitors would've planned to choke the opposition, but light showers and bad light led to a tame draw at the SCG. © Twitter/@BCCI While a 3-1 victory margin in the four-match series would have undeniably added insult to the injury, the Indian cricket team and their fans would still cherish the distinction of being the first Indian touring party in 71 years to win a Test series on the Australian soil. On the other hand, Kohli also became the first Asian skipper to win four away Test matches in South Africa, England and now Australia in a single calendar year. © Twitter/@BCCI It's needless to say that India's historic triumph in the enemy territory called for major celebrations. In a 'freeze the frame' moment, a proud Kohli brigade was seen taking the 'Lap of Honour' at the SCG with both the Australian and Indian fans in attendance cheering from the stands. MUST WATCH: Virat & Co. celebrate historic win in style ðð®ð³ð®ð³@scg dressing room abuzz with cheers, #TeamIndia thanking their fans & @imVkohli on the proudest moment of his life - @28anand has all bases covered here #AUSvIND Video Link -----> https://t.co/boJL4z7d1O pic.twitter.com/MC82y3cdYF — BCCI (@BCCI) January 7, 2019 For someone who was arguably the best batsman of the series, claiming the honour of leading run-scorer with 521 runs to his name, Pujara was expected to be put in a spot by his teammates who forced the right-hander to shake a leg during their victory lap. And, then, the scenes in the dressing room were completely animated as the support staff and the cricketers got together to bask in the glory of their memorable win. Get those feet tapping. The Bharat Army gave the team a welcome in their own style - and needless to say, #TeamIndia joined in ðð - - @28anand gets us visuals straight from the hotel ðð Watch the full video here ----> https://t.co/a0vlmo5Gmg pic.twitter.com/N8likfSmDN — BCCI (@BCCI) January 7, 2019 But, that wasn't enough, as India's famed 'Bharat Army', too, got their share of fun as they joined the cricketers in their celebrations and made captain Kohli and Pujara dance to the iconic Bollywood song "Mere Desh Ki Dharti".
  4. After blanking their opponents 3-0 in the T20 International (T20I) series, the Pakistan cricket team was busy giving New Zealand a run for their money in the One-Day Internationals (ODIs). Trailing 0-1 in the ODI series, Pakistan made a comeback to level the proceedings 1-1 before rain spoiled their chances in the third and final game. What awaited next was a stern test of their character, as Sarfraz Ahmed's men geared up for the three-match Test series against the Kiwis. And, the fact that Pakistan bowled New Zealand out for a mere 153 runs in the first innings, showed that they meant business. While Babar Azam and Asad Shafiq looked good with the willow in the first innings, the bowling masterclass of Hasan Ali and Yasir Shah ensured Pakistan needed just 176 runs to win the Test and take a 1-0 lead. © Twitter/@TheRealPCB Needing 139 runs with ten wickets in hand at the start of Day 4, Pakistan and their fans would have surely felt at ease against the Kiwis, who were probably ruled out of the game. But, neither the two playing sides nor any cricket pundit could have possibly anticipated what eventually unfolded during the day's play at the Sheikh Zayed stadium in Abu Dhabi. The fourth day's play was an apt reminder of the many run-chases Pakistan have barbecued over the years. Despite losing three wickets early on, Sarfraz's side rarely looked in trouble - courtesy a gritty 82-run partnership between Azhar Ali and Shafiq. But, some mediocre batting and a maiden five-wicket haul of debuting left-arm spinner Ajaz Patel handed New Zealand a thrilling, even unexpected, four-run win. With Pakistan botching away a run-chase yet again, the mood in their camp was understandably damp. But, at the same time, New Zealand's dressing room was buzzing with celebratory noise. For the Kiwis, it was undoubtedly a special win which called for an equally special celebration. New Zealand players celebrating the win in Abu Dhabi with a bit of bhangra #PAKvNZ pic.twitter.com/UJNN0FRnH7 — Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) 19 November 2018 After their emphatic triumph brought jubilation on the field, the celebrations continued in the dressing room where the Kiwis were spotted unveiling their Bhangra moves to the tunes of hit Punjabi track "Mundian To Bach Ke". While the New Zealand cricket fans were happy to see their national team's celebrations, the Pakistani fans opined that the dance video further rubbed salt to the wound. Yr why r u showing this. U know this will hurt Pakistanis. Badly..... — Subhan Khan (@subhankhank690) 20 November 2018 Yar ye tweet delete kro bhai .dil dukta hey dhek k — Farooq Afridi (@FaryAfridi1) 19 November 2018 ð¢ð nahi dekna bhangra ð­ð­ — Zarahðµð° (@Zarahdogar) 20 November 2018 Nhi yr dil pay khanjar chal rahy hein — Farooq Afridi (@FaryAfridi1) 20 November 2018
  5. The highlight of the first day of the fifth test match between England and India was not a good catch or a shot of a six, but it was Shikhar Dhawan's impromptu Bhangra that took the 'desis' around the world by storm. Amidst the ongoing match at the Oval, Dhawan joined his cheering fans and decided to just show his Bhangra skills on the field. #ENGvIND Another amazing day of Test Cricket at the Oval - we even got the legend @SDhawan25 to do some Bhangra to our Dhol. #COTI ð®ð³ pic.twitter.com/fMKUnXfpdn — The Bharat Army (@thebharatarmy) September 7, 2018 Dhawan's dance moves lighted up the stadium and when one Punjabi starts dancing, can another stop? No! Harbhajan Singh, who was in the commentary box, joined him and decided to dance in his seat as well. .@BumbleCricket does Bhangra - with some help from @harbhajan_singh! Join us for live coverage of day two of the fifth #EngvInd Test from 10am. D1 highlights: https://t.co/CRm6LBC6dz pic.twitter.com/uanlLK4thm — Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) September 7, 2018 Needless to say, fans were elated about it. Shikhar Dhawan doing bhangra at third man... shows how upbeat this Indian team is despite losing the series........!!! #ENGvIND — Ur-wish (@uvi_devil2003) September 7, 2018 At Oval Cricket Ground, day 1 of England v India 5th test. Highlight of the day was @SDhawan25 obliging fans requests to “Shiker do the Bhangra” pic.twitter.com/Nf7IZGYmlE — Arjuna Thirunathan (@a20rju) September 7, 2018 That Bhangra dance from Shikhar just besides the boundary tells you the story of the whole day!@SDhawan25 #Gabbar #INDVENG #ENGvIND #TeamIndia — Keshav (@keshav4384) September 7, 2018 Great Bhangra in the Comm box paaji phatte chak ditte. @harbhajan_singh and great as well on the field @SDhawan25 — Jasdeep Singh (@JassiYuvian12) September 7, 2018 Well, like they say, you can take a Punjabi out of Punjab but you can't take Punjab out of a Punjabi! Also, we wonder if his favourite song is 'London Thumakda'?
  6. Virat Kohli and Co., who are set to go against England in the five-match Test series that starts on August 1 at Edgbaston, have been warming up by playing a three-day practice match against Essex in Chelmsford. Although their game did not pan out the way they wanted and ended abruptly thanks to the heavy downpour, skipper Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan made sure that they enjoy their last day in the county to the fullest. How? By doing the Bhangra to the beats of the dhol, of course! Twitter In a moving gesture, the Indian cricket team were welcomed on the field to the beats of dhol. And we all know that when you have Team India's livewires aka Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan and the dhol in the same vicinity, their inner 'Dilli Ka Munda' will take over them and that's exactly what happened. Twitter Kohli and Dhawan put their dancing shoes on and showed off their killer moves as they walked onto the field. The official Twitter account of Essex Cricket shared the video with the caption, "Two BCCI players have enjoyed their time at Chelmsford! Well played!" Two @BCCI players have enjoyed their time at Chelmsford! Well played, @imVkohli & @SDhawan25! ððð#ESSvIND pic.twitter.com/Uz8W7p2xoh — Essex Cricket (@EssexCricket) July 27, 2018 In terms of the game, India failed to bowl out Essex in 94 overs, and given the poor batting form of some really good players, the fans were slightly disappointed with their performance. We hope the team works on their form to take down England in the Test series.