Here are the important news pieces that grabbed the spotlight in the cricketing world today.
Here are the titbits of news that matter in the world of cricket today.
1. Virat Kohli lauds Mirabai Chanu on winning Silver medal for India in Tokyo Olympics
Indian cricketing legend Virat Kohli has heaped praise on Mirabai Chanu, who won the silver medal in the Tokyo Olympics today.
2. Virender Sehwag reckons Manish Pandey may no longer get a chance in ODIs
Virender Sehwag has opined that Manish Pandey has disappointed him the most in the ODI series between India and Sri Lanka. Sehwag also feels that Pandey might not get a chance to represent India in ODIs once again.
3. Prithvi Shaw and Suryakumar Yadav set to join team India in England
Prithvi Shaw and Suryakumar Yadav will fly to England to join the Indian Test side. Washington Sundar and Avesh Khan were injured during India’s warm-up match, and as a result, Shaw and Yadav have been called up.
4. ‘A win or loss doesn’t bother Dravid much’ – Ramiz Raja appreciates India’s decision to hand five debuts
Ramiz Raja has showered praise on Rahul Dravid for introducing fresh Indian talents in the ODI series against Sri Lanka.
5. Sri Lanka vs India: Varun Chakravarthy likely to debut in the first T20I
Reports have stated that Varun Chakravarthy might make his debut for India in the first T20I against Sri Lanka.
6. ‘Things will become clearer when he plays more, can’t judge on one game’ – Misbah-ul-Haq backs Azam Khan after unimpressive debut series
Pakistan Head Coach Misbah-ul-Haq has thrown his weight behind Azam Khan and has opined that a player cannot be judged by just one match.
7. PSL 2022 to be staged in January-February window and will avoid clash with IPL
The 2022 edition of the Pakistan Super League will be held in the months of January and February next year. This will ensure that the PSL will not clash with the 2022 IPL season.
8. ‘There are some idiots out there’ – Mickey Arthur wants Sri Lankan players to stay away from social media
Mickey Arthur has asked all the Sri Lankan players to distance themselves from what is happening on social media.