I am really happy with the way Pune Warriors have started their journey in the IPL. This is the way we would have liked to make our debut in the league, writes Yuvraj Singh
Robin Uthappa and Mohnish Mishra shine for Pune Warriors as they beat Kochi Tuskers Kerala by four wickets in IPL Twenty20 clash at the D Y Patil Stadium on Wednesday. Amol Karhadkar
Stating that all plans against players like Virender Sehwag could simply flop if they get going, Pune Warriors skipper Yuvraj Singh today hoped that the Delhi Daredevil have an off day tomorrow when the two teams clash against each other.
In the game of glorious uncertainties, we are seeking some certainty - in terms of preparations, performance and effort every game. Yuvraj Singh
With two wins in a row, Yuvi's men will hope to keep the momentum going. Amol Karhadkar reports.
Pune Warriors captain Yuvraj Singh produced an impressive all-round performance, but failed to stop Delhi Daredevils from posting a thrilling three-wicket win in the Indian Premier League today. Scoreboard
In the country versus club debate, which is the inevitable consequence of the way IPL is structured, we fail to address one simple fact, writes Pradeep Magazine
Struggling Pune Warriors coach Geoff Marsh today exuded confidence of regaining momentum when his team takes on an equally reeling Chennai Super Kings at the MA Chidambaram stadium here tomorrow.
To begin with, I would like to wish happy birthday to a very special person in my life. On Sunday, Sachin paaji turned 38, and I wish him all the health, happiness and joy in life, writes Yuvraj Singh
Even after three games on the surface, the Chepauk wicket remained a mystery for the Chennai Super Kings batsmen. Not to speak of the men from the visiting team, Pune Warriors. Sanjjeev Karan Samyal
The Indian Premier League is more than 200 matches old. Yet, never in its history have two teams clashed against each other in less than 48 hours. Amol Karhadkar
While writing this article I am still feeling numb and exhausted because of the defeat against the Chennai Super Kings at Chepauk. Yuvraj Singh
Neither are the Warriors playing at their base - the ultra-modern stadium near Pune is still under construction - nor has a Punekar taken the field for them in the tournament.
To be honest, I don't know what to write after our four back-to-back defeats. The campaign which started on such a good note has lost its way and the team is trying to make a comeback in the league. Yuvraj Singh
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Exhilarating batting displays by Virat Kohli and Chris Gayle powered the Royal Challengers Bangalore to a 26-run win over the Pune Warriors India at the Chinnaswamy Stadium on Friday. Rohit Bhaskar reports. Scorecard