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.

Peter Siddle
Peter Siddle. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

Australia pacer Peter Siddle retires from international cricket

  • He took 240 wickets in his international career and also scored more than a thousand runs with the bat.
  • While speaking to Fox Cricket about the same Siddle revealed that he was thinking bringing curtains down on his career soon after the Ashes.
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If AB de Villiers was not around, Glenn Maxwell would have been nicknamed as Mr 360: Dale Steyn

  • Glenn Maxwell, the prolific all-rounder from Australia is rated as one of the best and clean hitting batsmen across the globe.
  • Maxwell has played for several teams in different T20 leagues across the globe and he is certainly one of the most demanded players.
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Harsha Bhogle picks the best T20 XI of the year 2019

  • With 2019 coming to an end in a couple of days, ace commentator Harsha Bhogle revealed his T20 team of the year.
  • But after the completion of the competition, all the major teams shifted their focus to the T20Is, keeping in mind the T20 World Cup next year.
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Ishant Sharma explains the key difference that led to more success in Tests under Virat Kohli compared to MS Dhoni

  • Every leader likes to marshall his troops according to his own penchant. It was clear during Dhoni’s captaincy days that the champion captain liked his spinners.
  • He likes working with fast bowlers. And, one can very well gauge that considering how the fast bowling unit has developed under his leadership.
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‘I don’t really want to comment on it’ – Hanuma Vihari reacts on IPL snub

  • Now, he has opened up saying that he is not demoralized after getting snubbed and has shifted his focus on the important upcoming tour of New Zealand.
  • The 26-year-old from Andhra Pradesh made his debut for Team India in the longer format in 2018 against England.
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Irfan Pathan picks India’s Test series win in Australia as his best moment of the year

  • The emergence of a ruthless, fit, menacing, consistent fast bowling unit has been at the heart of Team India’s success in Test cricket in the past 24 months.
  • And, former Indian fast bowler Irfan Pathan has hailed its emergence as one of the success stories of the year 2019.
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