Top Stories: Things that made news in the cricket world today

Top Stories: Things that made news in the cricket world today

Chris Rogers and David Warner
Chris Rogers and David Warner of Australia. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

The best thing is that the big players stood up: Chandika Haturusingha:

  • Bangladesh coach Chandika Haturusingha is mighty pleased with the performance of his Bangla side.
  • Haturusingha said that he was pleased by the fact that he was happy with the performance of the senior players in the side.
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Atherton and Hussain praise wonder kid Mehedi Hasan; slam England:

  • Mehedi Hasan is the second wonder kid on the block following the unearthing of Mustafizur Rahman a year ago.
  • Nasser Hussain’s column at the Daily Mail came to life when he first lambasted England for  not being able to play spin bowling well.
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Mitchell Johnson expects Mitchell Starc to break Dale Steyn’s record:

  • Mitchell Johnson believes Starc will continue to find success in the approaching season.
  • Only 13 bowlers have managed to get past the 400-wicket mark in Tests and only two of those South Africa’s Dale Steyn and England pace spearhead James Anderson are active in the game at this point in time.
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Indian cricket is in safe hands under Anil Kumble: Allan Lamb:

  • In spite of being awarded just the one-year contract, Kumble seemingly has a plan for all formats, something that has made it easier for him to work with players in the Indian team at the moment.
  • The former Indian skipper also has not lost a Test match yet and has won the only ODI series the Indians have been a part of.
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I had to draw the line for David Warner: Chris Rogers:

  • Warner and Rogers as partners scored 2053 runs together in 41 innings with an average opening partnership of 51.32.
  • Rogers released his autobiography ‘Bucking The Trend’ this week.
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MS Dhoni and Rhiti Sports win a crucial arbitration case:

  • MS Dhoni and Rhiti Sports Management Private Limited have been successful in their attempt to get website domain www.msdhoni.com transferred to their name.
  • The said domain was registered by Wild West Domains, LLC the Respondent in the case, on October 31, 2005, United States of America.
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Our batting has more than just Faf du Plessis and myself: Hashim Amla:

  • Having wounded the Australians by a humiliating 5-0 defeat in the ODI series played at home the South African team will now fly down under to play a three-match Test series.
  • Their victory was substantially aided by stand-in skipper Faf du Plessis’ form with the bat and his captaincy decisions.
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David Warner cried uncontrollably in the first nets after Hughes death: Chris Rogers:

  • Rogers talked about his partnership with opening partner David Warner and what he had to do to make sure things are in best shape.
  • He has also mentioned that Brad Haddin along with a lot of other players in the team was not quite willing to get back and resume cricket soon after the incident.
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England to get just one net session ahead of the first Test against India at Rajkot:

  • England lost the 2nd Test match by 108 runs and with that the series was squared 1-1 as 19 years old Bangladeshi off-spinner Mehedi Hasan bamboozled them claiming a 12-wicket match haul.
  • It was then expected that the English team could well fly to Mumbai in advance and start practicing for the tough series ahead.
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SCA to felicitate its Test cricketers ahead of the start of the first Test between India and England:

  • The felicitation will be organized before the start of the first Test that will be played from November 9 to 13.
  • The English team will fly to Mumbai later this week and will have just one nets session at the Cricket Club of India (CCI) in Mumbai on November 5.
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Gautam Gambhir and Ishant Sharma on the selector’s radar for England series:

  • There were injuries concerning the selection of Gambhir when he hurt his shoulder in the final encounter of the India v New Zealand series.
  • Ishant Sharma, on the other hand, had health issues prior to the start of the series, something that subsequently ruled him out of action from the series.
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