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

All the news stories that hogged the headlines today.

MS Dhoni and Wasim Jaffer
MS Dhoni and Wasim Jaffer. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

Wasim Jaffer names his all-time ODI XI, assigns the skipper’s role to MS Dhoni

  • Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, all cricket events in the country and throughout the globe have been cancelled.
  • Furthermore, former cricketers and experts are also making their personal all-time favourites list on social.
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‘It was more erratic’ – Brad Hogg picks Sachin Tendulkar-Shoaib Akhtar battle as his favourite

  • The COVID-19 has caused death to around 60,000 people across the world and has affected more than 11 lakh people.
  • With no matches to look forward, the cricketers are keeping their fans entertained by engaging with them through social media.
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Sourav Ganguly helps ISKCON’s Kolkata centre amid lockdown

  • Sourav Ganguly, the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has extended his helping hand to ISKCON’S Kolkata centre.
  • However, after Ganguly’s involvement, the place will be able to serve 20,000 people.
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Mickey Arthur reveals what he disliked the most during his stint as Pakistan’s head coach

  • Mickey Arthur, the former Pakistan head coach, said that he isn’t fond of cricketers, who prefer to stay in their comfort zones.
  • Pakistan won the 2017 Champions Trophy and also climbed to the top spot in ICC’s rankings for T20I teams.
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I make sure that my daughter is looked after well : Cheteshwar Pujara

  • Cheteshwar Pujara, India’s bedrock in Test cricket, said his daughter Aditi has been having a great time with her parents.
  • India is currently in a 21-day lockdown, announced by Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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England cricketers volunteer pay-cuts to contribute for COVID-19 affected

  • England cricketers, both men and women, have volunteered play-cuts to contribute for the ones affected in the coronavirus pandemic.
  • The players have taken the step after the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) proposed a 20 per cent pay-cut from the salaries.
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