Can we just take a moment to celebrate what has been a great day for Indian sport? On November 16, 2014, Indians won at everything, and just like the rest of us, the God of Cricket couldn't contain his excitement.

We ruled the badminton courts and terrified the Sri Lankan cricket team, all in one day. Here’s a quick recap.

The rise of Kidambi Srikanth - 21-year-old badminton player makes waves

Srikanth, from Andhra Pradesh, has hit the headlines after his shocking win at the China Super Series. He beat two-time Olympic champion, and crowd favourite, Lin Dan, 21-19, 21-17 to clinch the men’s singles title. This is his first major win, and we’re betting on many more to come.

Source: DNA Web Desk

Another feather for Saina Nehwal’s cap – Badminton superstar cinches gold

Nehwal who beat Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi 21-12, 22-20 at the China Super Series, now, sits proudly at world number 5. Her sixth attempt at the title, she called this her toughest win, yet. And we’re super proud, Saina.

Source: Deccan Chronicle

The great cricket win – Kohli seals the deal

In what is, now, being called a “nightmare” series for Sri Lanka, the boys in blue won the ODI series 5-0. Virat Kohli dazzled everyone when he made a whopping 139 runs and assured the tournament win for India.

Source: The Indian Express

Sachin Tendulkar had one more reason to smile on Sunday when his football team, Kerala Blasters beat the Delhi Dynamos 1-0, in the Indian Super League.

In a largely cricket-dominated landscape, we’re happy to see that football is, finally, marking its territory.

Well done, India.