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A blog post by Rohit Saxena was featured

England let the lead go away

It was a dismal performance by the Englishmen who let throw away The Ashes with an extremely below par performance at Headingley. But all credit to the Aussies who finished the task in just three days to level the series.With only the Oval Test remaining and comprehensive defeat by Aussies in the fourth test, the spirits in the England camp will be low. Australia looks to have peaked just at the right time. The Australian players looked desperate for a win at Headingley and did not let the…See More
Aug 10, 2009

Deccan Chargers Supporter
Rohit Saxena posted a blog post

England let the lead go away

It was a dismal performance by the Englishmen who let throw away The Ashes with an extremely below par performance at Headingley. But all credit to the Aussies who finished the task in just three days to level the series.With only the Oval Test remaining and comprehensive defeat by Aussies in the fourth test, the spirits in the England camp will be low. Australia looks to have peaked just at the right time. The Australian players looked desperate for a win at Headingley and did not let the…See More
Aug 10, 2009

Deccan Chargers Supporter
A blog post by Rohit Saxena was featured

Will Johnson rise?

When Glenn McGrath called it a day and Brett Lee was struggling with his fitness- pundits and experts said it will be hard for a youngster to fill-in the shoes.The opportunity was there – for a Hero to rise. Mitchell Johnson seized it and never looked like a rookie in his early days. He has been instrumental in Australia’s success in the recent past was tipped to be –once in a lifetime player.Six months later, the transformation has come full circle. The same Australian lot that got behind…See More
Jul 29, 2009

Deccan Chargers Supporter
Rohit Saxena posted a blog post

Will Johnson rise?

When Glenn McGrath called it a day and Brett Lee was struggling with his fitness- pundits and experts said it will be hard for a youngster to fill-in the shoes.The opportunity was there – for a Hero to rise. Mitchell Johnson seized it and never looked like a rookie in his early days. He has been instrumental in Australia’s success in the recent past was tipped to be –once in a lifetime player.Six months later, the transformation has come full circle. The same Australian lot that got behind…See More
Jul 29, 2009

Rajasthan Royals Supporter
Lemo Ladew commented on Rohit Saxena's blog post Freddie made the right choice
"Kallis has amazing stamina. Even botham, kapil and imran were true champion all rounders. off course the schedule then were i believe less tight as compared to now."
Jul 29, 2009

Rajasthan Royals Supporter
SAURABH KHANDELWAL commented on Rohit Saxena's blog post Will Dada become BCCI president ?
"i think tht dada should be thr"
Jul 20, 2009

Rajasthan Royals Supporter
SAURABH KHANDELWAL commented on Rohit Saxena's blog post Will Dada become BCCI president ?
"dada may be good president .primeminister,chief minister for dada it"s a little work yaar"
Jul 20, 2009

Deccan Chargers Supporter
A blog post by Rohit Saxena was featured

Freddie made the right choice

Flintoff’s retirement from Test cricket is a big loss for England. The 31-year-old announced his retirement from Test cricket on Wednesday, on the eve of the second Ashes Test at Lord's after aggravating the injury on his right knee, which was operated upon recently. He aggravated his knee injury while bowling in the first Test at Cardiff and is known to have taken some injections on Monday as a desperate measure to get fit for the second Test.England should have needed to balance Flintoff’s…See More
Jul 18, 2009

Deccan Chargers Supporter
Rohit Saxena posted a blog post

Freddie made the right choice

Flintoff’s retirement from Test cricket is a big loss for England. The 31-year-old announced his retirement from Test cricket on Wednesday, on the eve of the second Ashes Test at Lord's after aggravating the injury on his right knee, which was operated upon recently. He aggravated his knee injury while bowling in the first Test at Cardiff and is known to have taken some injections on Monday as a desperate measure to get fit for the second Test.England should have needed to balance Flintoff’s…See More
Jul 18, 2009

Mumbai Indians Supporter
AbhinitMayank commented on Rohit Saxena's blog post Will Dada become BCCI president ?
"Do You Know About Dada Nothing Is Impossible For him"
Jul 13, 2009

Kolkata Knight Riders Supporter
Usman Aftab commented on Rohit Saxena's blog post Will Dada become BCCI president ?
"I think Dada will become Pardada but no BCCI president. How they can give him presidency of the board if they wanted to throw him out of the national team. I think that was the right moment for him to take the retirement and go with full respect…"
Jul 11, 2009

Kings XI Punjab Supporter
deepjyoti adhikary commented on Rohit Saxena's blog post Will Dada become BCCI president ?
"agreed dada has the potential to capitaliize the the cricket administrative"
Jul 9, 2009

Delhi Daredevils Supporter
Pratik Rath commented on Rohit Saxena's blog post Will Dada become BCCI president ?
"Agree Dada might do well as a cricket administrator, but the path wont be easy. Politics unlike sports doesnt always credit the talent, but rather goes with someone with influence and power. If those are things in possesion of Dada, then the best of…"
Jul 8, 2009

Deccan Chargers Supporter
A blog post by Rohit Saxena was featured

Will Dada become BCCI president ?

Hi friends ! It was great to know that Sourav Ganguly is eyeing a role of a cricket administrator in the BCCI. It is heartening to see that the former Indian skipper is eager to take up new challenges having already made his debut as a cricket commentator during the ICC World Twenty20.Dada will have to contest CAB-polls against former mentor Dalmiya and I am very hopeful that he will win this contest. If his leadership qualities are anything to go by then Indian cricket will be in safe hands if…See More
Jul 8, 2009

Deccan Chargers Supporter
Rohit Saxena posted a blog post

Will Dada become BCCI president ?

Hi friends ! It was great to know that Sourav Ganguly is eyeing a role of a cricket administrator in the BCCI. It is heartening to see that the former Indian skipper is eager to take up new challenges having already made his debut as a cricket commentator during the ICC World Twenty20.Dada will have to contest CAB-polls against former mentor Dalmiya and I am very hopeful that he will win this contest. If his leadership qualities are anything to go by then Indian cricket will be in safe hands if…See More
Jul 8, 2009

Deccan Chargers Supporter
Suhana commented on Rohit Saxena's blog post Can Deccan Chargers win the inaugural edition of Champions League?
"yeah gilly is d best captain n im sure dc will win d champions league..............................GO CHARGERS GOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Jul 1, 2009

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Favorite International Team
India
Which Team is the Winner of IPL 2013?
pace, speed and energy !!!
What as per you us the Most Memorable t20 cricket moment?
Gilchrist hit Nannes for 5 consecutive boundaries in the 1st over of the semi-final between Deccan Chargers and Delhi Daredevils
Which is your Favorite IPL Team?
Deccan Chargers
Who is your Favorite IPL Player?
Adam Gilchrist
Why I love the IPL
Its exciting and offers quality cricket !
Most Memorable IPL Moment
When Adam Gilchrist lifted the IPL season 2 trophy with his teammates

Rohit Saxena's Blog

England let the lead go away

Posted on August 10, 2009 at 14:46 1 Comment

It was a dismal performance by the Englishmen who let throw away The Ashes with an extremely below par performance at Headingley. But all credit to the Aussies who finished the task in just three days to level the series.



With only the Oval Test remaining and comprehensive defeat by Aussies in the fourth test, the spirits in the England camp will be low. Australia looks to have peaked just at the right time. The Australian players looked desperate for a win at Headingley and did not… Continue

Will Johnson rise?

Posted on July 29, 2009 at 11:50 1 Comment

When Glenn McGrath called it a day and Brett Lee was struggling with his fitness- pundits and experts said it will be hard for a youngster to fill-in the shoes.



The opportunity was there – for a Hero to rise. Mitchell Johnson seized it and never looked like a rookie in his early days. He has been instrumental in Australia’s success in the recent past was tipped to be –once in a lifetime player.



Six months later, the transformation has come full circle. The same Australian… Continue

Freddie made the right choice

Posted on July 18, 2009 at 10:14 2 Comments

Flintoff’s retirement from Test cricket is a big loss for England. The 31-year-old announced his retirement from Test cricket on Wednesday, on the eve of the second Ashes Test at Lord's after aggravating the injury on his right knee, which was operated upon recently. He aggravated his knee injury while bowling in the first Test at Cardiff and is known to have taken some injections on Monday as a desperate measure to get fit for the second Test.



England should have needed to balance… Continue

Will Dada become BCCI president ?

Posted on July 8, 2009 at 13:23 7 Comments

Hi friends ! It was great to know that Sourav Ganguly is eyeing a role of a cricket administrator in the BCCI. It is heartening to see that the former Indian skipper is eager to take up new challenges having already made his debut as a cricket commentator during the ICC World Twenty20.



Dada will have to contest CAB-polls against former mentor Dalmiya and I am very hopeful that he will win this contest. If his leadership qualities are anything to go by then Indian cricket will be in… Continue

Can Deccan Chargers win the inaugural edition of Champions League?

Posted on July 1, 2009 at 17:37 2 Comments

Undoubtedly, it is going to be an amazing tournament that will see the best domestic sides around the world take on each other in the inaugural edition of Champions League.



Deccan Chargers scripted the most amazing comeback under the leadership of Adam Gilchrist and looked a rejuvenated side. Most importantly, the combination of Gilchrist and Lehmann can help Chargers continue their winning run in Champions League as well. Both have the best cricketing mind on-field and we have seen… Continue

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