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.

Michael Holding and Ben Stokes
Michael Holding and Ben Stokes. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

‘People will write anything in books these days’ – Michael Holding on Ben Stokes’ ‘India didn’t show intent’ comment

  • England all-rounder Ben Stokes’ new book  ‘On Fire’ has created an online storm before its release.
  • To the uninitiated, Pakistan needed to India to win against England to have more than a chance to make it to the semi-final of the mega event.
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Harbhajan Singh recalls the time when MS Dhoni allowed Shardul Thakur to bowl according to his plan

  • Over the years, MS Dhoni has garnered the impression of being a relaxed individual on the field.
  • Under his leadership, CSK has become without a doubt one of the most successful teams in the history of T20 cricket.
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Sreesanth picks his all-time best ODI XI; names Sourav Ganguly captain

  • Cricket experts and former and current players have been busy picking all-time XIs over the last couple of months.
  • A plethora of XIs have been made with different filters and the fans have also been giving their opinion over the same.
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Alex Hales and Liam Plunkett ignored as England announces 55-man training group

  • England’s 55-man training group has been announced but with the notable absence of Liam Plunkett and Alex Hales.
  • The list includes 18 bowlers who resumed their training last week with an eye on red-ball cricket.
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Rohit Sharma is one of the most successful captains in IPL history: VVS Laxman

  • Rohit Sharma, the Indian opener has churned out a lot of success being a skipper of Mumbai Indians.
  • Now, VVS Laxman has come out echoing in the same voice and asserted Rohit as the best captain in IPL.
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Gary Kirsten talks about making a return as Team India’s head coach

  • He was the head coach of the Men in Blue when they won the 2011 World Cup after 28 long years.
  • In the 2007 edition of the mega event, India crashed out after the Group stage, but managed to make amends.
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