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

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

All the news stories that hogged the headlines today.

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Theft at MS Dhoni’s rented house at Noida Sector 104; Police begin investigation

  • An incident of theft took place at his rented house in Noida Sector 104 on Sunday and the police have started the investigation on the same.
  • Also, there is a caretaker assigned to look after the house who noticed that one LCD television is missing.
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Reports: AB de Villiers set to ink a big deal with one of the BBL franchises

  • South African batsman AB de Villiers is set to earn a huge deal with his upcoming Big Bash League participation if reports are to be believed.
  • Meanwhile, De Villiers has made 441 runs in 12 innings in the ongoing IPL 2019, with five scores of over 50 at a strike rate of 154.73 and an average of 49.00.
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World Cup 2019: Cricket South Africa keeping a keen eye on Dale Steyn’s recovery

  • But the pacer looked at his best during these outings and has seen a specialist in Cape Town to recover from the injury soon.
  • Steyn has been picked in the World Cup squad and Cricket South Africa (CSA) is keeping a keen eye on his recovery.
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Australia spinner Nathan Lyon reveals the toughest batsman he’s ever bowled to

  • Nathan Lyon has been one of Australia’s prime spinners in the international circuit, especially Test cricket.
  • Nevertheless, the off-break bowler has been selected in the 15-man Australian squad for the upcoming World Cup.
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Euro T20 Slam cricket tournament set to commence on August 30

Gautam Gambhir responds to Paddy Upton’s ‘most negative’ comment, says he is not hurt

  • Upton had worked with the Indian team as the mental conditioning coach during Gambhir’s tenure on the national side.
  • The 2007 World T20 and 2011 World Cup winner said in reply that even Sir Don Bradman would have liked to end with a career average of over 100 in Tests.
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World Cup 2019: Sourav Ganguly backs India to do well in the tournament

  • Former India skipper Sourav Ganguly has said that Virat Kohli-led India would be the team to watch out for in the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019.
  • However, the recent performance and the turn of events have raised concerns over whether India could still go all the way.
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