Chaitanya Lekhwani

OPEN TO OPINION

English   |   Bangla

The author is an avid football enthusiast and has followed the beautiful game through passion and profession for the better part of a decade. When not playing FIFA or watching football highlights, he can be found crooning at your nearest Karaoke bar.

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Asia Cup: Why India-Pakistan clashes have lost their sting

Before the men in green could comprehend, India's rock solid opening duo had already registered another century partnership.

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India vs Pakistan: No Nail-biter, this - The India-Pak Match was satisfying but also so dull

After a tight game against minnows Hong Kong, even the Men in Blue did not expect such sub-par showing from their arch rivals.

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Asian Games 2018: From poverty to podium, the story of Indian athletes

The Indian contingent won 15 gold medals in Jakarta but not before many of their families put their gold, silver and bronze on the line to bring them here.

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O captain, my captain! Why Imran Khan, the sportsman, will be a good leader

A sportsman is resilient in the face of adversity, patient in times of chaos, efficient when needed, elegant when expected.

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Many a slip between World Cup and lip: Why Croatia won its game

Fearless Croatia defeated jittery England, but football was the ultimate winner.

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Fluent France outwit Belgium with patience, and a plan

France have been carrying the tag of 'favourites' ever since the start of the tournament.