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.

Steve Smith, Yuzvendra Chahal and Shoaib Malik
Steve Smith, Yuzvendra Chahal and Shoaib Malik. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

Ravi Ashwin picks MS Dhoni as the toughest batsman to bowl in T20s

  • He also heaped praises on his abilities to change the pace of the game on the back of his submissive batting skills.
  • MS Dhoni, the former Indian skipper has earned a reputation as one of the most dynamic hitters of the ball across all the formats.
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Shoaib Malik is better than Steve Smith when it comes to playing spin: Yuzvendra Chahal

  • During this time, players have been engaging with their fellow teammates through social media.
  • During an Instagram live session, Yuzvendra Chahal was asked to pick the best players of spin bowling in the world currently.
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‘Talent by itself is so so inadequate,’ – Harsha Bhogle and Aakash Chopra react on Umar Akmal’s ban

  • Umar Akmal, the Pakistan batsman, was deemed to be the next big thing when he forayed into cricket.
  • In 2019, he made his comeback to the national team two times, but couldn’t hold on to his position.
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Shubman Gill names Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting as his favourite batsmen

  • The Punjab batsman is currently spending time with his family like every other player.
  • One of the fans asked Gill who was his favourite batsman and he unsurprisingly named Sachin Tendulkar.
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‘I don’t quite trust this guy yet’ – AB de Villiers on his first impression about Virat Kohli

  • AB de Villiers didn’t get the right vibes from Virat Kohli when he first met him in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
  • Kohli, on the other hand, has been with the Bangalore franchise since the inaugural edition in 2008.
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Google re-releases 2017 cricket game in latest doodle

  • Google has re-released its 2017 cricket video game in its latest doodle in order to keep the fans engaged in the coronavirus pandemic situation.
  • The doodle was first made in honour of the international cricket tournament held in England and Wales in June 2017.
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