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ICC and Shakib Al Hasan
Top Stories: Things that made news in the cricket world today

All the news stories that hogged the headlines today.

Barbados Tridents
Indian owner of CPL team sent back from tournament after facing corruption charges

"We do not make comments with regard to any anti-corruption matters so will not be offering a comment here," a CPL spokesperson said.

Chris Jordan
CPL 2019: Chris Jordan takes a one-handed stunner to dismiss Jonathan Carter

It all happened during the 15th over of the Tridents' innings during the second qualifier.

Kapil Sharma and Ashley Nurse
Kapil Sharma reacts to Ashley Nurse’s ‘Babaji ka Thullu’ celebration

Back in 2018, Nurse himself had explained why he took up this celebration.

Barbados Tridents
CPL 2019: Best XI of the tournament

The Tridents became champions for the second time while the Warriors slumped to their fifth defeat in the final out of seven seasons.

Brandon King
CPL 2019, Final, Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Barbados Tridents, Match Prediction – Weather Report, Pitch Conditions, Playing XIs and Live Streaming Details

The teams met in the CPL final only once back in 2014 where the Tridents came out trumps by 8 runs (D/L Method).

Trinbago Knight Riders
CPL 2019, Qualifier 2, Trinbago Knight Riders vs Barbados Tridents, Match Prediction – Weather Report, Pitch Conditions, Playing XIs and Live Streaming Details

The Knight Riders have 4-1 win-loss record at the Brian Lara Stadium. Can they qualify for their third consecutive final?

Kesrick Williams
CPL 2019: 5 lesser-known bowlers who can be useful picks in IPL 2020

These bowlers can keep a check on the runs and pick up wickets at crucial junctures as well.

Carlos Brathwaite and Lendl Simmons
CPL 2019: Carlos Brathwaite and Lendl Simmons engage in a war of words at the Providence

Brathwaite eventually got rid of Simmons, but couldn't stop TKR from winning the Eliminator by six wickets.

CPL 2019: 5 lesser-known batsmen who can be useful picks in IPL 2020

These batters can turn out to be superstars if given a chance in the prestigious tournament in India.

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