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What happened in the cricket world today – November 19

Here is the quick wrap-up of the events that grabbed the spotlight in the cricketing world today.

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Here are the titbits of news that matter in the world of cricket today.

1. Pat Cummins definitely the front runner to lead Australia in Brisbane Test: Steve Waugh

With Tim Paine stepping down as the Australian captain, Steve Waugh feels that Pat Cummins will lead the Australian side in the first Ashes Test match against England. (READ MORE)

2. ‘The flame no longer burns so brightly’ – AB de Villiers calls it a day from all forms of cricket

South African batting icon AB de Villiers has brought down the curtains on his illustrious cricketing career. (READ MORE)

3. A tri-nation series between India and Pakistan can be held at some point: Ramiz Raja

Ramiz Raja feels that India and Pakistan can play against each other if a Tri-Nation series involving the two teams is organised. (READ MORE)

4. Tim Paine steps down as Australian captain following off-field scandal

Tim Paine has resigned from his post as the captain of the Australian Test team before the high-profile Ashes series against the England side. (READ MORE)

5. ‘This hurts my heart’ – Virat Kohli showers love on AB de Villiers after latter’s retirement from all cricket

Virat Kohli has labelled AB de Villiers as the best player of his time and also called the South African batting legend as his ‘brother’. (READ MORE)

6. MS Dhoni celebrates wife Sakshi’s birthday at his Ranchi farmhouse

Indian cricket legend MS Dhoni celebrated the birthday of his better half, Sakshi in his sprawling farmhouse in Ranchi. (READ MORE)

7. ‘I am an RCBian forever’ – AB de Villiers opens up on his wonderful relationship with RCB as he bids adieu to cricket

AB de Villiers has spoken about the beautiful relationship that he shares with the RCB franchise. (READ MORE)

8. Olly Stone considering Test retirement after frequent tussle with injuries

England pace bowler Olly Stone is thinking of retiring from Test match cricket after his long battle with injuries. (READ MORE)

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