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.

Krunal Pandya with his father
Krunal Pandya with his father. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Krunal, Hardik Pandya’s father passes away after cardiac arrest, Baroda skipper leaves SMAT20 bio-bubble

  • Krunal and Hardik Pandya’s father, Himanshu Pandya, passed away on Saturday, January 16, due to a cardiac arrest.
  • The 29-year-old Krunal, who’s playing in the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy for Baroda, has left the team’s bio-secure bubble.
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‘I won’t regret playing that shot’ – Rohit Sharma on his dismissal off Nathan Lyon in Brisbane Test

  • The second day of the ongoing last Border-Gavaskar Test at the Gabba between India and Australia was marred by the rain.
  • Though there was no play in the final session, the day was majorly dominated by the bowlers.
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‘I was feeling stripped, I want justice’ – SCG to investigate claims by Indian fan

  • The SCG Test was a witness to some jaw-dropping display of cricket between India and Australia.
  • Apart from the players, an Indian origin fan also claimed to have been racially harassed.
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‘The captain is expected to uphold the highest standards’ – Greg Chappell pens down an open letter for Tim Paine after SCG Test controversy

  • Paine, thereafter, apologised that he got a bit carried away in the heat of the moment.
  • The veteran mentioned how being the skipper of a team comes with a massive responsibility.
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IPL 2021: Arjun Tendulkar becomes eligible to feature in the auction pool after Mumbai debut

  • He made his U19 debut for India back in 2018 and had to wait two years to get into India’s domestic circuit.
  • The 21-year-old all-rounder, in the meantime, kept playing club cricket on English soil.
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India need to work out why there have been so many injuries; have faced too much adversity on the tour: Adam Gilchrist

  • It is a clear cut fact by now that team India is struggling big time with their injury woes, and they seem to be never-ending.
  • India’s injured XI is already on the table, and experts have been showing concerns on the same matter.
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