Where were you when India first beat the West Indies in the West Indies?
Where were you when India first beat England in England?
Where were you when India won the Prudential Cup?
Where were you when Yuvraj hit six sixes in an over?
I could answer all of them with ease.
Those were specific days when heroes were born; heroes who caught the imagination of a nation, heroes who made Indian fans proud to be Indian, heroes who brought hope to citizens of a country that needed hope to get by.
Heroes were born the other evening at Turf Moor when newly promoted Burnley defeated Manchester United by a goal – and a superhero was born when their goalkeeper saved a penalty.
Heroes from Burnley became superheroes at Turf Moor when Burnley defeated Everton by a goal and Everton missed a penalty.
Unlikely heroes were born when England regained the Ashes.
Where were you when Burnley beat Man U?
Where were you when the last wicket was taken and England won the Ashes?
All Englishmen around the world would be able to answer those two questions.
And heroes are born and brands will flock to them. Deservedly so.
True heroes deserve the fame, the fortune, the glory.
Where were you on the final of IPL 2?
I have no idea.