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.

Stuart Broad and Ben Stokes
Stuart Broad and Ben Stokes. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

MS Dhoni hasn’t given enough quality players to Virat Kohli; Sourav Ganguly gave world-beaters to India: Gautam Gambhir

  • Team India’s resurgence started with Ganguly inducing a winning attitude in the side.
  • ‘Dada’, after taking over the job in 1999, steered India to 21 wins in 49 Tests and 76 wins in 146 ODIs.
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No regrets for leaving Stuart Broad out: Ben Stokes after Southampton Test defeat

  • It raised a lot of eyebrows that Broad, who has 485 Test wickets, didn’t find a spot in the lineup.
  • Rather, the Brits went with Jofra Archer and Mark Wood to partner the experienced James Anderson.
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New Zealand coach Gary Stead dismisses rumours of removing Kane Williamson as captain

  • Gary Stead, the New Zealand head coach, has rubbished the speculations that he tried to remove Kane Williamson as the skipper of the national team.
  • Back in March 2016, Kane assumed responsibility as the Black Caps’ skipper after Brendon McCullum retired from international cricket.
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‘Was it because England took the West Indies lightly?’ – Nasser Hussain questions Stuart Broad’s omission from the Southampton Test

  • Former England cricketer Nasser Hussain wasn’t happy with the fact that Stuart Broad was sidelined from the hosts’ eleven for the opening Test against the West Indies.
  • The Brits preferred Mark Wood and Jofra Archer to partner the experienced James Anderson.
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‘That day, I felt like Amitabh Bachchan’ – Mohammad Kaif recalls epic NatWest Final against England

  • On July 13, Mohammad Kaif, the former Indian cricketer, probably played his best hand in limited-overs cricket, during the 2002 NatWest Trophy final against England.
  • But then his 121-run-stand with Yuvraj Singh brought the Men in Blue back into the driver’s seat.
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Here’s how World Test Championship points table looks like after West Indies defeat England in Southampton

  • The coronavirus outbreak had disrupted the international cricket scenario for the past few months.
  • However, England and West Indies braced the field to set the ball rolling amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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