Germany’s 4-1 defeat of England at the World Cup, despite the refereeing controversy, will be a match long remembered.
The author visits pubs at Oxford to catch the euphoria and the heartbreak of the English football-crazy fan.
Rajinder Singh is a retired school teacher who migrated to the UK in 1967 and ironically started supporting a party that demanded the forcible repatriation of all non-Europeans. Now, he is about to go down in history as the first non-White mascot of the British National Party.
Dhoni is now in that familiar place where an Indian cricket captain, inevitably, arrives. That place where his back will slowly transform into a dartboard