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

All the news stories that hogged the headlines today.

ICC Head Quarters
ICC Head Quarters. (Photo Source: ICC)

ICC proposes T20 Champions Cup, ODI Champions Cup for 2023-2031 cycle

  • International Cricket Council has come out with a proposal to introduce some new tournaments for the cycle between 2023 and 2031.
  • All, the members have been asked to share their views to their bid for global events in the 2023-2031 cycle.
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Inzamam-ul-Haq names three batters who changed the game of cricket

  • Inzamam-ul-Haq, the former Pakistan batsman, put forth three names, who redefined the game of cricket with their own unique style of play.
  • The right-hander, himself was one of the greats of the game and also captained Pakistan with authority.
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If she hadn’t told me to get on that plane, I would have never played another game for Australia: Matthew Wade on how his wife saved his career

  • At the age of 32, his career seemed to have gotten a new lease of life, especially after his Test return in the Ashes 2019.
  • However, things could’ve been different had he not played in Australia A’s tour of England last year.
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Kings XI Punjab owners buy CPL outfit St Lucia Zouks

  • Kings XI Punjab have become the second Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise to own a team in Caribbean Premier League.
  • Prior to them, Kolkata Knight Riders had secured the ownership of Trinbago Knight Riders.
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PSL 2020: Shane Watson names the toughest Pakistan bowler he has faced in the nets

  • Shane Watson, the former Australian all-rounder, has revealed Mohammad Hasnain as the toughest Pakistan bowler he has faced in the nets.
  • Last season, it was Hasnain’s three-wicket that helped his side to an eight-wicket victory against the Peshawar Zalmi.
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Virat Kohli beats Priyanka Chopra to become the first Indian to get 50 million followers on Instagram

  • It is no hidden fact that sportspersons are one of the most followed celebrities across the globe.
  • Virat Kohli, became the first Indian to get 50 million followers on the photo-sharing platform, Instagram.
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