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Much like life itself, sport can be a great equaliser. And cricket, of all sports, weaves poetic justice like no other. 


A 20-year-old pacer was out injured for most of the first half of IPL 2021, a spirited team suffered a heart-breaking defeat despite a valiant knock by their captain, and the same team was up once again against familiar foes to kickstart another campaign. Only this time, fate decided to turn the tables in their favour. 




Two images. Just two images tell the whole story here. One, of Sanju Samson walking off in despair looking up at the skies after the last-ball defeat against Punjab in Mumbai. The other, of Sanju celebrating with an exuberant Kartik Tyagi after pulling off a miracle in the final over against the same team on Wednesday. And somewhere in between, Yashasvi’s determined, piercing light brown eyes firmly on the ball.