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  1. Sajid Mir was ?quietly tried and convicted? for involvement in Mumbai attacks through terror financing, in May 2022
  2. The FBI had placed Sajid Mir on its most-wanted list and had also offered a $5 million reward for information leading to him
  3. Amid gangster Lawrence Bishnoi's involvement in Sidhu Moose Wala's murder, Mumbai police have reportedly increased the security outside Salman Khan's residence in the city
  4. Hindu leader calls for mosque loudspeakers to be turned down; mosques in Mumbai comply with demands after police intervene
  5. Veteran actor Dharmendra was admitted in hospital in South Mumbai four days back, reportedly
  6. Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt hosted their close friends and family for a party at their Mumbai house, after tying the knot earlier this week
  7. Reacting strongly to Yuzvendra Chaha’s allegations of physical harassment by a drunk Mumbai Indians teammate back in 2013, former India head coach Ravi Shastri has demanded strong action be taken against the culprit. Chahal’s shocking revelation has stunned the whole cricket fraternity and Shastri’s reaction was no different. Expressing his shock over the incident, he said that some people might have found this to be “funny” but for him it was not a “laughing matter” as a person’s life was at risk. View this post on Instagram The former India all-rounder said what worried him the most was that the person who did this was under strong influence of alcohol. Shastri said when a person is in such a state the chances of him committing a mistake get even higher because there is no way for him to tell right from wrong because the person is not in his senses. “No laughing matter at all. I do not know who the person involved is, he was not in a conscious state of mind. If that is the case, then it is a big worry. Someone's life is at risk, some people might think it is funny but for me, it is not funny at all,” Shastri said during an interaction on ESPNcricinfo show 'T20 Time Out'. “It shows the person who is trying to do it is in a state which is not appropriate. When you are in such a state trying something like that, the chances of mistakes are even more. It is not acceptable at all. © Reuters “It is the first time I am hearing such a drastic thing like this. It is not funny at all. If such an incident happens today, a life ban for that person involved and send that person to a rehab centre as quickly as possible. Life ban, better not come near to a cricket field then he will realise how funny is it or not funny,” Shastri said in his strong voice. Before Shastri, former India opener Virender Sehwag sympathised with the leg-spinner and questioned the Mumbai Indians what action was taken against the player after they came to know about the horrific incident that could have turned really ugly. © Reuters However, for some reason, the former former dashing opener deleted his tweet and since then the fans have been trolling him for showing fake sympathy with Chahal and not standing up for his words. Fans and players are reacting but it remains to be seen whether Mumbai Indians will come out in public and address the situation or push it under the carpet as if it never happened. View the full article
  8. Over the last couple of days, the most successful franchise in the history of the Indian Premier League, Mumbai Indians have seen a significant number of their fans turn into enemies after some of the biggest names of Indian cricket have shared shocking anecdotes about their time with the team. View this post on Instagram Earlier this week, Robin Uthappa who is now a part of the reigning champions, Chennai Super Kings, had shared in a video interview with Ravichandran Ashwin that he was forced to sign the transfer papers back in 2009, even when he was not ready to do so. According to Uthappa, one of the team management members told Uthappa that he had to sign the papers because he was being moved to the Royal Challengers Bangalore and that there will no more be a spot for him in the MI Playing XI. Recently, in a video shared by the official Twitter platform of Rajasthan Royals, former MI player Yuzvendra Chahal also revealed a spine-chilling story of how one of his Mumbai teammates got really drunk at a party in Bengaluru and hung him off the balcony 15 floors above the ground. Chahal added that he had to wrap his hands tightly around the drunk teammate’s neck and was literally struggling to do everything he could, just to stay alive. And even though there were loads of people from the MI team management present at the venue, no consequential actions were taken against the sloshed cricketer who nearly dropped the Indian cricketer to his potential death. Royals’ comeback stories ke saath, aapke agle 7 minutes hum #SambhaalLenge #RoyalsFamily | #HallaBol | @goeltmt pic.twitter.com/RjsLuMcZhV — Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) April 7, 2022 Such stories of unprofessional behaviour, a lapse in player security and mistreatment of their teammates over the years have led to a lot of fans of Indian cricket and those of the franchise turning on them and criticising them on social media: So, Mumbai Indians had bad management in those times? First Chahal and now Uthappa. Chahal's incident is way too scary. — Lavina (@Lav_Qnet) April 8, 2022#shameonmi — RCB DC (@thekohlidevotee) April 8, 2022Mi is junk in indian cricket mumbai lobby full of politics https://t.co/rKhulVGQbG — Rohit Sharma (@1mro45) April 8, 20221 more reason to hate MI https://t.co/1QAycRZzPV — Zimbabar Azambwe (@BabarUNSOLDAzam) April 8, 2022What a shame ...no one from prachise or management took any decision...only because he was not a big player then...how can they ignore such incident ...sure the senior player had so much influence back then — Kishan Sharma3 (@Sharma3Kishan) April 7, 2022Mumbai Indians may be the most successful team in the history of the league and they may be led by the player with the most number of IPL trophies in his bag but then what is the point of all those wins if they can’t even look after the people who made them who they are today? View the full article
  9. Yuzvendra Chahal of the Rajasthan Royals has spoken up about a terrifying event that occurred during the IPL in 2013 while he was with the Mumbai Indians. The renowned spinner described how one of his teammates dragged him onto a balcony and dangled him from a building's 15th level. Chahal is renowned for being the prankster of the group, but the story he told shocked everyone when he went into depth about it. Chahal was seen discussing the incident with his fellow colleague Ravichandran Ashwin in a video published by the Rajasthan Royals, and adding how the encounter impacted his life. Royals’ comeback stories ke saath, aapke agle 7 minutes hum #SambhaalLenge #RoyalsFamily | #HallaBol | @goeltmt pic.twitter.com/RjsLuMcZhV — Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) April 7, 2022 Chahal said in the video that he was going to tell a narrative that he had never told anyone before. Chahal was with Mumbai Indians at the time, and they were in Bengaluru after a match versus Royal Challengers Bangalore. Following that, the squad had a get-together. There was a player who was quite inebriated (Chahal refused to take his name). He was pretty inebriated and had been staring at the spinner for a long time when he was summoned, taken outside, and hung from the balcony. View this post on Instagram The 31-year-old said that he had his hands securely wrapped around the inebriated player's neck, grasping for his life. He was about to fall 15 floors to his death if I lost my grip. Fortunately, a large number of individuals at the party raced to the scene and were able to pull him back to safety. Chahal claims that he "sort of collapsed," but that the people surrounding him assisted him in getting back to health and provided him with water to help him recover. Chahal recognised at that point how responsible people must be anytime they travel. Wtf did Yuzi tell at 2:57? How come no one was set accountable for that? Very sad to know this happened. — Ricky talks Cricket (@CricRicky) April 7, 2022What a shame ...no one from prachise or management took any decision...only because he was not a big player then...how can they ignore such incident ...sure the senior player had so much influence back then — Kishan Sharma3 (@Sharma3Kishan) April 7, 2022What the hell Shamefull & Scary. Yuzi Chahal Obviously anything wrong that happens with Mumbai Indians is brushed under the rug — SK Chatterjee (@SChatterjee02) April 7, 2022Bhai ye chahal ko 15th floor se latkane wala daarubaaz MC kaun hai? — Adam Rego (@mindfulprostate) April 7, 2022So dishearting to know about yuzi 's story. No one must have the spunk to go to an extent regardless of the players position then, and obviously they didn't care? It was yuzi from 2013 not now. That is what makes other teams different especially RCB,you see on yt the, environment — Aryan Pandey (@imaryan_1828) April 7, 2022Fans were completely shell-shocked by the story and were rather surprised about the fact that the Mumbai Indians franchise did absolutely nothing to deal with the situation and whoever the drunk player was, he got to get out of the situation absolutely unscathed and without any sort of consequences. The fact that Chahal did not disclose this harrowing story to the public for practically a whole decade shows how difficult it must have been for the cricketer to overcome, especially after having to keep the whole issue to himself and see that teammate in the locker room for at least the rest of the season. View the full article
  10. Mumbai Indians’ pocket-sized dynamite Ishan Kishan has made an impressive start to the IPL 2022 campaign, blasting 135 runs in just two innings. The 23-year-old, who was picked for a whopping Rs 15.25 crore in last month’s mega auction, has done justice to his incredibly high price tag thus far and repaid the faith shown in him by the team management. View this post on Instagram However, despite his brilliance with the bat, the record IPL champions have yet to register their first win of the season but looking at their performance, the victory seems just around the corner. The southpaw was all of 17 when he made his IPL debut for the now defunct Gujarat Lions back in 2016, who had bought him for Rs 40 lakh. In his maiden season, he struggled to get going and could manage only 42 runs in five outings. View this post on Instagram The next season he roared like a lion and made his presence felt, smashing 277 runs in 11 appearances. It was enough for him to get on the radar of a champion side like Mumbai Indians. The Rohit Sharma-led side went all-out to sign the defender in the 2018 mega auction and splashed a whopping Rs 6.20 crore to tie him to their contract. View this post on Instagram It was a life-changing moment for the teenager and during an interaction on Breakfast with Champions, the wicketkeeper-batter shared how his family members reacted to his bumper IPL contract that made him an overnight crorepati. Kishan said he wasn’t too affected by the huge bidding war but his mom and dad were over cloud nine. The MI opener revealed that his dad got so excited during the auction that his blood pressure took a hit and he had to go to the hospital to get it checked. “I was chilled out. It was my auction, I should be stressed about it. I had gone to play football with my friends. When the auction ended I got a call from Monu Bhai. He is telling me what all happened at the auction. I was like ‘it’s good I have been sold at good money, I should go home and meet everyone’,” Kishan said on the famous show. “I went home and saw that mom is on the call, cheeks red and on a call. I saw that dad wasn't even there. I asked where is dad? She said, ‘He has gone to the hospital to check his BP’. I am thinking ‘what has happened to my family?’ (laughs),” said Kishan recalling his family’s reaction to his first major IPL auction. View this post on Instagram Since joining Mumbai Indians, the dashing wicket-keeper has gone from strength to strength and even made his India debut in the limited-overs format. Three years after earning that huge paycheck in 2018, Kishan has gone on to become the most expensive player in MI history. Given the start he has had this season, don’t be surprised if he topped the run-scoring chart and added another feather to his cap. View the full article
  11. One of the most popular aspects of The Kapil Sharma Show is its host Kapil Sharma’s fun banter with judge Archana Puran Singh. Often while cracking jokes at Archana’s expense, Kapil mentions her luxurious bungalow on Madh Island. And several times, Archana has retorted by asking Kapil to look at his own lavish houses. Well, let's give you a virtual tour of Kapil’s Mumbai house as well as his farmhouse in Punjab. According to Magicbricks, Kapil lives in the Andheri West area of Mumbai that is home to other popular celebs like Alia Bhatt, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Mika Singh, Sonu Sood and Arshad Warsi. And the cost of his Mumbai house is estimated to be north of Rs 15 crore. Kapil has often shared pictures of himself and his family from inside the house that give his followers a peek into his expensive lifestyle. The living area of Kapil’s house is of an all-white theme and is filled with modern artefacts and an eye-popping wall colour. Overall, the interiors have been done in such a way that they give his house a retro look. View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram Just like his living room, his dining area is also white-themed and overlooks his garden area. View this post on Instagram The balcony of Kapil’s house has a breathtaking view of Mumbai’s skyline and it looks even better at night time. View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram As for Kapil’s farmhouse in Punjab, it is all about greenery. The cost of his farmhouse is said to be over Rs 25 crore. It features a large garden area including a beautiful fountain and swimming pool. And his living room consists of elegantly done interiors and large glass windows overlooking the garden. Check out some of the pictures below: View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram Share your thoughts on Kapil’s lavish and expensive houses in Mumbai and Punjab in the comments section below. View the full article
  12. Jasprit Bumrah is arguably the most lethal fast bowler in the world. Apart from his hard work and determination, the Gujarat speedster also owes his success to the Indian Premier League (IPL). He burst onto the scene back in 2013, when he made his IPL debut for Mumbai Indians. Back then, more than his skills, it was his unique action that made him a household name. View this post on Instagram He had a dream start to his IPL career as he picked up three wickets on his debut against Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), snaring three for 32 in his four overs. However, his happiness was short-lived as he spent the whole season on the bench after going wicketless in his next outing. Like any budding cricketer, Bumrah had the talent but he wasn’t the finished article just yet. He had to toil hard on developing different skill sets in order to succeed at the highest level. View this post on Instagram There’s no denying that Bumrah was a special talent but he wasn’t even a fraction of the bowler that the whole world knows today. Despite his dream IPL debut, he failed to impress in the next two seasons. Even former RCB skipper Kohli was sceptical of Bumrah’s abilities. Back in 2014, Parthiv Patel, who had witnessed Bumrah’s progress from close quarters, had asked the then RCB skipper Kohli to check out the young pacer but his reply was not very encouraging. View this post on Instagram Like many others, the former Indian skipper was also not fully convinced by Bumrah’s ability to succeed at the highest level. His assessment of the pacer reflected what he thought about the young speedster at the time. During a Cricbuzz show, Patel revealed how Kohli made fun of Bumrah’s abilities after he had advised him to have a look at the young prospect. “When I was playing for RCB in 2014, I told Virat there is a bowler named Bumrah, check him out. His reply was ‘chor yaar ye Bumrah Vumrah kya karenge’,” Patel said on Cricbuzz. View this post on Instagram Bumrah had already dismissed Kohli in the 2013 IPL but he didn’t get enough chances that year to create a lasting impression on anyone. Also, like I said, before, he wasn’t quite the bowler that he is now and Kohli, obviously, didn’t have much idea about him. Kohli’s comments might appear to be rude but it was anything but that. He hadn’t seen Bumrah play much and his remarks were a result of that. View the full article
  13. Rajasthan Royals, after a disappointing campaign last year, have upped the ante going into the 15th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2022). Their intent reflected in the new players they signed during the IPL mega auction held in Bengaluru last month. And now with only two weeks left in the start of the mega event, they have made another important appointment. View this post on Instagram The winners of the inaugural edition have roped in Sri Lankan legend Lasith Malinga to look after their fast-bowling department. Widely regarded as the one of the best bowlers in limited-over cricket, Malinga’s appointment comes as a massive boost to RR’s young pace battery which includes the likes of Trent Boult, Prasidh Krishna, Navdeep Saini, among others. Speaking about the new challenge, the former Sri Lanka pacer said it was an “absolute honour” to join the franchise that has always taken young talents under its wings and nurtured them by providing them with the right kind of support and environment. WATCH: Malinga shows his class with 4/31 Full video here https://t.co/62XCEqXETR #MumbaiIndians pic.twitter.com/rx3jlQ9wKB — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) April 15, 2019 “It's a wonderful feeling for me to return to the IPL and an absolute honour to join Rajasthan Royals, a franchise that has always promoted and developed young talent,” Malinga said in the media release issued by his new employers. “I am excited by the pace bowling unit we have going into the tournament and looking forward to supporting all the fast bowlers with the execution of their game-plans and their overall development. Wishing the leading wicket-taker in IPL, Lasith Malinga a very happy birthday. Here’s his sensational championship-winning final over from IPL 2019. Link: https://t.co/6sAQKDmECo #Dream11IPL pic.twitter.com/HRdb2eNk2m — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) August 28, 2020 Malinga has played only for Mumbai Indians in the IPL and that’s why he enjoys a huge fan-following in the city of dreams. Speaking about his special memories with the record IPL champions, he said: “I've made some very special memories in the IPL with Mumbai Indians and now with Royals, looking forward to new experiences and creating great memories in this journey.” Unprecedented scenes from Hyderabad as @mipaltan became #VIVOIPL champs for the th time! Lasith Malinga showing his true class in the last over #MIvCSK pic.twitter.com/ZzVK0KHx5O — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) May 12, 2019 Watching one of the modern-day greats joining their franchise gave the Rajasthan supporters immense joy but the MI fansbase was not very pleased with their former star switching camp and going to a rival camp. Just Can't Digest; Being a Mumbai Fan Can't see Mali In some Other Jersey!! @mipaltan #MumbaiIndians None the Less Good Luck #Malinga and @rajasthanroyals For the Upcoming Season!! — SIDDHESH JADHAV®️ (@Siddhes74106361) March 11, 2022Can't see Malinga in a different jersey . Literally was my second fav Mi player after Sachin from the beginning. All the best for the new journey Mali! Forever #OneFamily pic.twitter.com/E93o42z5GZ — NAMAN (@EashZen) March 11, 2022Malinga should have been part of MI @mipaltan — Raghvendra Singh Bhadauria (@thebhadauriaboy) March 11, 2022Why not mumbai yrr — Abhishek Rawat (@KrrishK43904676) March 11, 2022Mumbai have better bowling coach Shane Bond who is one of the best fast bowler and Mali is very inexperienced as coach — PHANINDRA DHFM (@phanindra673) March 11, 2022no way wtf @mipaltan can't see mali in other camp — akshay (@arreakshay) March 11, 2022Last year, Rajasthan Royals had missed the services of several of their high-ticket foreign signings who had opted out of the tournament citing various reasons. In the absence of key players like Ben Stokes, Jofra Archer and Jos Buttler (he missed the second leg), the Sanju Samson-led side struggled to get their combination right which resulted in them finishing second from bottom on the points table. View this post on Instagram With all the new signings, they would be hoping to change their fortunes and having legends like Malinga and Kumar Sangakkara in the dressing room would certainly help. View the full article
  14. The Indian Premier League (IPL) unveiled the new format for the 2022 edition of the tournament on Friday, which would see the ten teams split into two virtual groups for a total of 70 league matches. Mumbai Indians, the five-time IPL champions are in Group A (one of out of the two groups that have been implemented this season). MI are joined by the Kolkata Knight Riders, Rajasthan Royals, Delhi Capitals, and Lucknow Super Giants in the same group. teams to qualify for the playoffs new teams exciting, new format #TATAIPL2022, here we come #SaddaPunjab #PunjabKings pic.twitter.com/G8eKSoMJWl — Punjab Kings (@PunjabKingsIPL) February 25, 2022 Former India cricketer Aakash Chopra described it as the more difficult of the two groups and conceded that Mumbai would be unhappy with the structure in which each team will be played in the IPL 2022. According to the revised regulations, each team will play its group members twice and the team in the same row as the other group once, while only playing the other four teams once. As a result, Mumbai will face Chennai Super Kings twice and Sunrisers Hyderabad, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Punjab Kings, and Gujarat Titans once each. In a new format for the IPL, the 10 teams have been divided into two "virtual" groups for the league phase Here's how it will work: https://t.co/nnjZbUSQCL pic.twitter.com/qk94wc9Fv7 — ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) February 25, 2022 Aakash shared his ideas on his YouTube channel, predicting that Mumbai will face the harder squads twice during the league round and the lesser teams once. MI will face Kolkata, Rajasthan, DC, and Lucknow twice. In addition, they will face CSK twice. All of the strong teams will be played twice, however, the Sunrisers, RCB, Punjab, and Gujarat Titans will only be played once. This according to Chopra, will upset skipper Rohit Sharma and his teammates a bit. The former India opener also stated that he prefers the model to the one employed by the Indian T20 league over the one that is commonly used by the International Cricket Council (ICC) during World Cup competitions, in which the top teams from each group advance to the knockout stages. Teams will be playing in the format of 7 home and 7 away games in IPL 2022. — Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) February 25, 2022 It's hardly a guarantee that the theoretically best teams from each group will make the playoffs in this scenario. Because each club will play each other at least once, the top four will be determined by the points earned in all 14 matches. The IPL 2022 will take place in Maharashtra, with three venues in Mumbai and one in Pune, starting on March 26. View the full article
  15. Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who rose to fame after playing the role of Faizal in the Gangs of Wasseypur series, is one of the most talented actors that Bollywood has today. He is known to give his 200 percent to every character that he takes up. After years of struggle and hard work, the 47-year-old actor has finally made a place for himself in the Hindi film industry. Every outsider dreams of making it big in the industry and owning a house in Mumbai. Nawazuddin's dream finally came true recently as he now owns a lavish bungalow in Mumbai’s Versova. View this post on Instagram Reportedly, Nawazuddin's bungalow took around three years for renovation and is inspired by his old house situated in his hometown Budhana. In honour of his father, the actor has named his new residence 'Nawab.' The house has a large terrace, a beautiful verandah, and white exteriors. Several inside pictures of his luxurious bungalow are currently doing the rounds on social media. In the images, the white building looks royal, grand, and lavish. Let's take a look at the inside pictures here (SWIPE LEFT): View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram Well, the photos prove that hard work pays off and Nawazuddin totally deserves it. The Babumoshai Bandookbaaz star, who started with small roles and shared a small apartment with three other strugglers, has indeed come a long way in Bollywood. Talking about his early days in Mumbai, in an interview, he recently said, "Aaj jitna bada mera personal bathroom hai, utna sa mera ghar hua karta tha (Today my bathroom is as big as the house I once lived in)". He added, "When I moved to Mumbai, I stayed in such a small place, which I shared with four other budding actors. Woh kamra itna chhota tha ki agar main door kholu toh kisi ke pairon mein lag jata tha (That room was so small that if you opened the door, it hit someone's feet), because, we all used to lay our beds on the floor when we slept there. Dheere dheere (Gradually, with time), I started sharing my room with three people, then with two, and it is only from 2005 that I started living alone". View this post on Instagram On the professional front, Nawazuddin was last seen in the Netflix film Serious Men and currently has several interesting projects in his kitty. His lineup includes Bole Chudiyan, Jogira Sara Ra Ra, Heropanti 2, Tiku Weds Sheru, Adbhut, Afwaah among others. View the full article
  16. The BCCI has confirmed the sites for the 15th season of the cash-rich competition, which is set to begin on March 27. The BCCI executives, the IPL governing council, and the franchise owners met and decided on four locations for the tournament. The IPL 2022 season will feature a 10-team tournament with a total of 74 matches. Wankhede, Brabourne, and the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai — as well as Pune — were nominated as potential locations. The BCCI intends to conduct the event in Maharashtra, with the opening game likely to take place in Mumbai, according to preliminary conversations. However, because of its near proximity to Mumbai, Pune was also considered. Wankhede, Brabourne and DY Patil Stadium have been shortlisted by the BCCI for IPL 2022. (Reported by Telegraph). — Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) January 29, 2022 Given the severity of the Covid instances in Mumbai, the BCCI has also retained South Africa as a feasible alternative. Following a review of the situation in Mumbai, a final decision on the locations will be made by February 20. The panel also explored the prospect of the UAE hosting the IPL in 2022. In order to reduce total expenses, franchise owners selected the UAE over South Africa. However, because of the burden of dew, the BCCI has ruled out the UAE as a viable alternative. In 2020 and 2021, the UAE successfully hosted two IPL seasons in a row. The dew factor, on the other hand, had a significant influence on the games' outcomes. The same thing happened in the T20 World Cup, which was also held in the Middle East. One of the main reasons for picking Maharashtra was because schools were required to resume on January 24, giving the BCCI some reason to be optimistic about the chances of having India’s biggest T20 tournament in its homeland. However, this also means that Mumbai Indians, the team that plays and practices in these three grounds and are well-versed with the pitch conditions there, will have a massive advantage as compared to the rest of the squads. Furthermore, if the doors are opened to the fans, a lopsided atmosphere will be experienced in favour of the MI team in every single match. Fans of the rest of the 9 IPL teams were worried about this idea and called out the Indian cricket board for taking such a biased decision: Why giving Advantage to Mi? https://t.co/8gVGql5xYq — Rishabh VIJAY️ (@VJ__416) January 29, 2022Advantage MI, disadvantage RCB — DΣXTΣR_MΩRGΔΠ (@The_Blood_Guy2) January 29, 2022It's better to Shelve IPL 2022 then https://t.co/od4mDTTUcb — A N K I T (@Ankitaker) January 29, 2022Covid cases are coming down day by day so there's no need to limit the #IPL to only 3 stadiums @BCCI https://t.co/E8LKIPAk7R — ଈଶ୍ବର (ESWAR) (@Eswar560) January 29, 2022Was really looking forward to watching Lucknow Super Giants play live in Ekana Stadium but being a United fan I'm completely immune to any kind of heartbreaks!! https://t.co/kJ6hUnVE0l — Pulkit (@Oletrain) January 29, 2022The Maharashtra Cricket Association has already begun discussions with the IPL 2022 organisers, with former president Sharad Pawar playing a significant role. The mega auction for the IPL 2022 season will take place in Bengaluru on February 12-13, as planned. View the full article
  17. Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara, who were once considered to be an integral part of the Indian Test team, have done more harm to their credentials than good in the last one year. Both the veterans of Indian cricket are currently going through a similar lean patch where runs are hard to come by. Their struggle in the middle-order has left the batting unit exposed and the team hasn’t been able to cope with that. © Reuters Despite their extended lean patch, the team management persisted with them for quite a long time and gave them a long rope, ignoring the outside voices. Watching Team India struggle the way it did in South Africa and suffer a disappointing series loss, the fans and experts have started demanding for a change yet again. Pujara and Rahane both have been abysmal of late but some people still feel that it's the former vice-captain whose place in the side is more under danger than his compatriot. © Reuters Sanjay Manjrekar is among those who believe that the Mumbai batter’s time in the Indian team has been long over and he has already played his last game for the country. And if it were to him, Rahane’s career would’ve ended two years ago. “If I am saying that it is Rahane’s last match (3rd Test vs South Africa in Cape Town), people should not wonder why I am saying that. I am sure you say the same thing privately, and the others,” Manjrekar told News 18. © Reuters Comparing Rahane with former skipper Virat Kohli, the cricketer-turned-commentator said that the Delhi-batter is also going through a rough patch but the difference is he is still scoring gritty half-centuries every now and then which is not the case with the Mumbai lad. And that’s why he believes Rahane’s shelf-life is over and the selectors should look past him. “It’s not about runs but also how someone looks in the field. It’s from 2017 that Ajinkya Rahane somewhere has shown that he is a little unsure. You can see it in the way h e bats, the way he gets out. That’s another thing that gives an indication about a player’s game. © Reuters “For example, Virat Kohli is not getting a hundred but he is still putting out the 70s and there is great value in having Virat Kohli before he discovers form. So Rahane for me is clearly somebody that has a shelf life that is over,” he explained. Explaining why he doesn’t feel Rahane and Pujara are in the same boat, he said: “Pujara is interesting, he’s coming close to 100 Test matches. It will need a very unemotional selector to leave him out. And I personally have more time for Pujara than Rahane. This is from observing the way they bat. No other reason. I feel there is something left in Pujara, but Rahane, if I would have been the selector, would have been out of my plans two years back.” © Reuters Manjrekar has been often accused of being biased towards players who hail from Mumbai and many were surprised that he had used such strong words against a Mumbaikar. Reacting to Manjrekar’s remarks, some fans said that his comments only go on to show how terrible the situation is for the 33-year-old batter. So what Rahane belongs to Mumbai lobby we must back him — SWARUP (@SwarupP00264925) January 14, 2022Oh no , no mumbaikar support by Sanjay shameful — Nitish Srivastava (@NitishSr29) January 14, 2022Even the Mumbai Lobby has spoken. Please drop him ffs @chetans1987 @imVkohli — Slayyer (@dominusToBe) January 14, 2022 A half-century followed by a series of low scores, that’s what Rahane’s career has been in a nutshell in the last couple of years. It happened in Australia, then England, and then in South Africa, and fans are totally fed up with this kind of consistency. Like Manjrekar said, what’s worrying is the manner in which Rahane has been getting out is quite similar to one another and it clearly exposes the deficiency in his technique. © Reuters Pujara might not be scoring runs but he has the ability to hold fort at one end and there’s no one like him who can take his place at the moment whereas there are several prospects who are rearing to take Rahane’s place in the starting XI. View the full article
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