West Indies

The shambolic state of West Indies cricket is the Indus Valley Civilization in ruins

For long, one is advised to stamp one’s legacy in the field one excels in. To leave an everlasting mark, one that will resonate with each passing generation. The upcoming eras will set their future goals in an attempt...
West Indies

West Indies’ well-known collapse after early promise

West Indies’ career graph has been on a hike. One can see a steady rise in their performance, but very often they seem to fizzle out after sparks of brilliance. They are still desperately looking for an away series...

Neil Wagner underlines his value with a sizzling spell

It wasn't supposed to be this way. The West Indies were expected to be too weak for Trent Boult's banana swing on the green-tinged wicket at Basin In Wellington. But 17 overs into day 1 of the first Test...

Blackwood needs to modify his approach to batting

The West Indies lost the first test against England at Birmingham badly, by all of an innings and 209 runs. Batting first, England ran up a gigantic 514/8 declared and then proceeded to flatten the West Indies for 168...


Don’t write off Antoine Griezmann

But don’t write off Griezmann yet, especially with El Cholo in charge as he knows how to get the best out of him, but it's been a disappointing start to his comeback and the seeds of doubt are beginning to be sown about whether Atleti has signed the Griezmann they remember or the Griezmann that played for Barcelona.

Barcelona win against Levante