Branded Cricket Sunglasses For Optimal Optical Clarity At The IPL Matches

Branded Cricket Sunglasses For Optimal Optical Clarity At The IPL Matches

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Who does not like to wear branded eyewear and especially at the IPL cricket matches when viewers and players both have to spend hours together in b2ap3_thumbnail_Preity-Zinta.jpgdifferent light conditions? For cricketers, celebrities and a lot of other people, who love to watch the IPL matches directly from the stadium, selecting the right kind of cricket sunglasses is not an easy task. They have to withstand bright sunlight with an object like the cricket ball moving from close quarters to distance. Cricket sunglasses are available in a wide collection. Many of the cricket sunglasses brands are designed with greatest optical clarity to assess the moving balls velocity correctly without any distorted vision. Players like Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar and the other players have to withstand changing light conditions, need protection from impact and yet at the same time have to ensure complete optical clarity while playing the important cricket game.

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Gautam Gambhir Says That His Team Still Has A Fair Chance At The IPL 2013

Gautam Gambhir Says That His Team Still Has A Fair Chance At The IPL 2013

 

Gautam Gambhir’s KKR team has already lost thirteen matches and is almost out of the play offs. However, the skipper continues to be very optimistic about having a fair chance, this IPL season. He feels that the team can make the cut definitely in the ongoing games. He feels that the competition is still open at the moment. For KKR, the most important thing that matters is the three games that remain to be played. On Sunday the cricket match with RCB has to be a must-win, Gautam Gambhir, has stated to reporters. He hopes that his team tries its level best and delivers what it should.

 

Virat Kohli, the 24 years old RCB captain, who at various occasions like the rest of the cricketers likes to flaunt Oakley, Nike, Addidas and other branded sunglasses criticized the crowds at Wankhede Stadium for jeering him in a recent cricket match against Mumbai Indians. The visitors had requested for a decision by the third empire on an incident of a controversial run out and this request turned out in their favor. The agitated crowd booed the 24 year old Kohli and called him a ‘cheat’. He faced the ire of the crowd when he came for his batting and also during the presentation post-match.

The RCB team led by Virat Kohli has been faring well against the Delhi Daredevils. When Gambhir was asked about the kind of strategy he will be applying to counter AB de Villiers, Kohli and Chris Gayle, and the likes, he stated that his team does not strategize against any particular cricketer. He also said that his team does not discuss individuals and their main aim is to determine what can be done best to win, and keep sticking to their strength. To counter the strong cricket team RCB, the captain of the KKR team has also pinned hopes on the player Sunil Narine.

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Crowds Boo At ViratKohliAt The Wankhede Stadium

Crowds Boo At ViratKohliAt The Wankhede Stadium

Crowds Boo At Virat Kohli At The Wankhede Stadium

One can reflect upon the times people live in, with the encounter Virat Kohli had with crowds at the Wankhede Stadium. This happened during a run out incident which turned into a controversy during the match on Saturday night against the Mumbai Indians. Virat Kohli, captain of the Bangalore Royal Challengers team was targeted by the supporters of the Mumbai Indians team packed into the Wankhede Stadium. He was attacked with unfair jibes by the supporters.

Virat Kohli became very emotional and reminded the supporters that he also plays for India to. The crowd booed him and termed him a cheater when he later appealed bizarrely to dismiss Ambati Rayadu, batsman of the Mumbai Indians team. Virat is known to be a person who always wears his heart on his sleeve. He tried reminding the crowds that he did not come to play to be hated, but to play for his country. Questions are being raised on whether the standard of people watching the cricket matches is deteriorating within the country or not. Questions are also being raised on whether there should be any reaction from cricket players. 

As far as team sport is concerned, the crowd is considered to be the ‘extra man’. The chants in the crowds are deafening and roars vociferous which could either give inspiration to the home team or lead to demoralization of visitors. The crowds also cheer passionately when they resemble a mob that is of the unforgiving kind and bays for the blood of a gladiator. Cricket has always been considered as a gentleman’s game but at times, it is the emotions that could sway people, making their behavior towards the opponents very ruthless.

In the past it has been seen that the crowds at the Wankhede Stadium can be very hostile at times. In a game between Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab, Yuvraj Singh was targeted in 2008. The game was an affair that could thrill anyone in which King XI Punjab had clinched a run out dramatically off the last ball. Yuvraj became very animated and started running around the park in the midst of stunning silence.

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