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.

Mujtaba Yousuf
Mujtaba Yousuf. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Kashmir pacer Mujtaba Yousuf earns a call up from Mumbai Indians for trials ahead of IPL 2021 auctions

  • The IPL 2021 mini auctions are all set to get on tables in February 2021, and franchises are putting in all efforts to strengthen their squads.
  • Yousuf stole the limelight with his impressive performance for the Jammu and Kashmir team in Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.
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Michael Vaughan heavily criticizes Tim Paine for his captaincy and ‘strange calls’

  • Since his retirement, he has been working as an expert and commentator of the game and keeps giving some strong opinions.
  • In his recent column for the UK Telegraph, the former English batsman has been severely critical of Australian captain Tim Paine.
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‘You are playing for India, put your life on the line’ – Ravi Shastri reveals his golden advice before final day’s play at Brisbane

  • India scripted history at The Gabba in Brisbane by breaking Australia’s 32-year-old record of not losing any game there.
  • Apart from the players, the coaching staff also played a big role in India’s victory.
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We play Rishabh Pant abroad because he is a match-winner: Ravi Shastri

  • In the past few years, there have been several moments when Rishabh Pant has been criticised for his performances on the field.
  • The left-handed batsman kept his calm and batted beautifully for his knock in which he batted for 138 balls.
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South Africa announce squad for Pakistan T20Is; Heinrich Klaasen to lead

  • South Africa have named a second-string T20I squad for their upcoming series against Pakistan.
  • For the upcoming T20Is, starting Thursday, February 11, Heinrich Klaasen has been named as the skipper.
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‘A century would have been good for his confidence’ – Shubman Gill’s father opens up on his son’s terrific knock at Brisbane

  • Shubman Gill will surely become a household name in India after his heroics with the willow in the Test series against Australia.
  • The 21-year-old batting sensation excelled with the bat in the three Tests that he played, scoring 259 runs at an average of 51.80.
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