Hello and good morning, here I chief Sports Writer of The Sports Buff, review the previous weeks sporting news. Round up includes a look at the football, snooker and F1.
England ended their one day series with India with a narrow seven run defeat to lose the three match series 2-1. In a common theme in the series hosts India were put into bat and unlike the previous two matches were 65-0 after 10 overs, their highest score in the series in the opening powerContinue reading “India vs India ODI; India edge out tourists in a classic to win series”
After being comprehensively beaten in the first game, England’s cricketers impressively levelled the three-game series 1-1 with India by winning by six wickets in Pune. Just like in the first game, it was hosts India who batted first and just like in the first game were able to post an impressive score above 300 (336).Continue reading “India vs England second ODI; brilliant England level series”
For the past year, it’s dominated our lives and it’s dominated the news headlines too. I am not referring to Brexit, which in amongst itself has been a constant topic on everyone’s lips, I am indeed talking about the Coronavirus (Covid19). What started in December 2019 it’s believed (hence the name) has been a topicContinue reading “Sports and COVID-19”
Love, is a very special thing when you are able to feel it in its entirety. Whether it be the appreciation, or the support, love is a magical thing. Premier League giants Manchester City were too in love. They though were yearning for love. That love and support was what they craved so dearly, inContinue reading “A match made in heaven”
They say it’s fake, it’s not real, but the risks are real. World Wrestling Entertainment or WWE for short is a sport which despite its longevity still catches the public imagination. If you ask Elias, WWE stands for! *chants in a passionate tone* “walk with Elias”. The storylines, subplots, daring moves and overall energy hasContinue reading “My thoughts on WWE”
With Pakistan being neighbours to them, many won’t be able to resist the comparisons between Pakistan Super League and the Indian Premier League. This year’s PSL tournament is an example that the youngsters won’t be solely dominating the Super League team sheets, several veterans are blessing the PSL. West Indian legend Chris Gayle (Quetta Gladiators),Continue reading “The over 40’s club”