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.

Chepauk Stadium
Chepauk Stadium. (Photo Source: Twitter)

India vs England: BCCI, TNCA agree to host first two Tests behind closed doors

  • The Indian government has already permitted the venues to have a 50 per cent crowd capacity.
  • However, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) doesn’t wish to be reluctant by any means.
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Virat Kohli will have to step down as captain if India don’t win the ODI or T20 World Cup: Monty Panesar

  • Monty Panesar, the former England cricketer, reckons that it’s high time for Virat Kohli to guide Team India to victory in the ODI and T20 World Cup.
  • He has won a number of bilateral series for Team India but doesn’t have a world title to his name.
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When Shardul Thakur decided not to share Ravi Shastri’s advice with Ravi Ashwin and Hanuma Vihari at SCG

  • Shardul Thakur played one of the most vital innings in the Gabba Test and then also went on to bowl a brilliant spell.
  • Sridhar recalled what all things the head coach told Shardul. “Ravi Shastri had a clear message.
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I and Rishabh Pant have a friendly equation and help each other whoever gets into the XI: Wriddhiman Saha

  • India was recently up against Australia for the limited-overs series, which was followed by Border Gavaskar Trophy.
  • In the same scenario, India had to make a tough choice between their wicketkeeper going into the Tests.
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Shubman Gills reveals how Yuvraj Singh made him practice to face short pitch deliveries

  • The Punjab based batsman who had been making a lot of noise in the domestic circuit has now finally started to make it big at the international level.
  • His amazing stroke play during the series, especially in the last innings of the Gabba Test, had everyone sit down and take notice.
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India are already capable of producing the best five teams in world cricket: Greg Chappell

  • This has resulted in Australia being at the receiving end of some harsh criticism by the analysts and fans.
  • Former Indian coach Greg Chappell slammed Cricket Australia for not investing and grooming the young talent.
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