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  1. Kolkata Knight Riders' Piyush Chawla (L), captain Dinesh Karthik (C) and Kuldeep Yadav celebrate after taking the wicket of Rajasthan Royals' Sanju Samson during the 2018 IPL at The Eden Gardens in Kolkata on May 23, 2018. Photo: AFPKOLKATA:...
  2. Every professional athlete, even those who're trying to be one in future, work hard and sweat it out in their own capacity to reach the pinnacle of their respective sport. The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Virat Kohli, Roger Federer and countless others we've come across have toiled hard to bring the best in themselves. They might have different attitudes and approach but the only thing that's common between them is the fact that they all are winners. You can train all your life and burn yourself to the ground, but it all goes for nothing if you don't grab an opportunity by the scruff of its neck. Whether it's Ronaldo, Kohli or Federer; every successful athlete has proved his/her mettle in tough situations to aid their respective teams. And, that's exactly what separates these greats from the rest of the crop. But, sadly for Stuart Binny, irrespective of the opportunities, the Indian cricketer has failed more often, than not. A hard-hitting middle-order batsman and medium-paced seam bowler, Binny's rich domestic form eventually earned him a Team India call-up. However, despite recording the best bowling figures in an ODI by an Indian bowler (six wickets for four runs against Bangladesh) in 2014, Binny struggled to maintain consistency to eventually run out of favour. Twitter On 23rd May, playing for Rajasthan Royals in the IPL 2018 Eliminator, we weren't surprised to see Binny fail yet again. Coming out to bat with his side facing an uphill battle of chasing 44 runs in 19 balls, Binny had the perfect opportunity to become a hero by saving the day for Rajasthan. But, just like old times, Binny failed and did so miserably. With the run-rate going past 14, Binny and his partner Heinrich Klaasen needed to shift gears quickly. The South African scored three runs off the first three deliveries of the 18th over before giving the strike to Binny. But at a time when his team and fans were expecting him to go big, Binny was flummoxed by 22-year-old Prasidh Krishna. He tried to glance the wide yorker towards the third man on his very first delivery, but missed. Then he went for the pull but misjudged the length that saw him going through his shot way too early, resulting in the second consecutive dot ball. And, his third delivery turned out to be last. Failed to pick the sleight of hand, Binny tried to sweep the dipping slower ball and sent it straight into the palms of Chris Lynn at square leg. BCCI At a time when his team needed him the most, Binny didn't just lose his wicket for a duck, but he did so by wasting three precious deliveries which, in turn, saw the required rate soaring to 20 runs an over. In a chase that looked under control for the greater part of their innings, Rajasthan made an absolute mess before falling short by 25 runs and crashing out of the tournament. Though Binny wasn't the only one to be blamed, the Rajasthan fans couldn't care less while targeting him for the poor show. From being labelled as the 'Uday Chopra of cricket' to questions on his role in the team, here's how cricket fans poked fun at misfiring Binny: Stuart Binny is the Uday Chopra of cricket. #KKRvsRR — Sohini (@Mittermaniac) May 23, 2018 I still don't understand the role of Stuart Binny , does he come to the stadium to play or drop mayanti Langer ?#KKRvRR — Rakesh (@Rakeysh84) May 23, 2018 Meanwhile Mayanti Langer To Lord Stuart Binny. ðð¬ð#KKRvRR #KKRvsRR #WhistlePodu #StuartBinny pic.twitter.com/3NMui8APFT — Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadejaaaa) May 23, 2018 People of Rajasthan searching for Stuart Binny! #KKRvRR pic.twitter.com/Os6TjPlodj — Manoj Mehra (@ManojMehra2610) May 23, 2018 Stuart Binny is that player jo hum bachpan mai Gully cricket mai "Isko Out mat karna, ball khila isko" kehte the ðð­#KKRvRR — Aman (@humourously_urs) May 23, 2018 Just In : "I scored a duck as a tribute to legendary batsman #ABDevilliers who retired earlier today. As he is known as Mr. 360, I tried to give him a 360 tribute, 36 being my age and 0 being my today's score." - Stuart Binny #KKRvRR (File Pic) pic.twitter.com/fyByxzY2Uv — TIMES HOW (@TiimesHow) May 23, 2018 There are only two types of people who pick Stuart Binny#KKRvRR pic.twitter.com/UyeIkp4Hdv — Saransh Gehlot (@saransh2703) May 23, 2018 There Are Players Like AB de Villiers Who Are Shocking Cricket Fans By Their Decision Of Retirement, Then There's A Legend, Lord Stuart Binny. ðð¬ #KKRvRR #KKRvsRR #RRvKKR #ABdeVilliers — Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadejaaaa) May 23, 2018 Last biggest achievement of Stuart Binny was to marry Mayanti Langer.#KKRvRR #KKRHaiTaiyaar — Piyush Maheswari (@OnlyMaheswari) May 23, 2018 Stuart Binny Is Totally Replica Of Abhishek Bachan from Bollywood. Both Got a Beautiful Wife without Deserving. Both Got into Movies/ Cricket Because of their Father. Both Are "USELESS" Retweet ðif you Agree.#IPL #VIVOIPL #ABDevilliers #KKRvRR pic.twitter.com/e5Wc69hi6u — Bhadka Hua Santa ð. (@Maffi_Santa_Ji) May 23, 2018 Stuart Binny is the only person in the world who used management quota for getting into a sports team and then used sports quota to get into college. #KKRvRR #IPL2018 — AbhishekBharathkumar (@abhishekbkumar) May 23, 2018 Binny is a useless cricketer..cant bat cant bowl or field..in my team i wont even have him as a 12th player.. thank God he is out! — Sheffali Chugh (@Sheffalee) May 23, 2018 What is Stuart Binny's qualification to play top flight cricket? — iMac_too (@iMac_too) May 23, 2018 #KKRvRR Me(a KKR Fan) while watching Binny bat pic.twitter.com/spWqJeuZja — Kamran (@2weetsToTell) May 23, 2018 And the "thug life" reply of legend Stuart binny..... pic.twitter.com/h9GBtSVm7f — The Chainsmokerðð¤ (@vagabond10001) May 23, 2018