Cricket News

Here are the top 7 news from the world of cricket today:

1. Shame on you: Netizens blast paparazzi for clicking Vamika’s pictures at Mumbai airport

India skipper Virat Kohli and his men have left for England for the upcoming World Test Championship (WTC) final in Southampton, followed by the five-match Test series against the Joe Root-led side.

2. Gavaskar names a modern-day player he would’ve wanted to bat like (Hint – He’s not Kohli)

Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar has admitted that he is a big fan of T20 cricket, unlike many other players of his generation. Gavaskar is impressed with the way batting has evolved in the shortest format of the game. 

3. Devon Conway breaks Sourav Ganguly’s 25-year-old Test record at Lord’s on debut

New Zealand batsman Devon Conway has become the sixth cricketer to hit a century on his Test debut at the Lord’s. Conway achieved the feat on Day 1 of the ongoing first Test against England.

4. Cricketers join hands for UNICEF Australia’s India COVID-19 Crisis Appeal fundraiser

Some of the biggest cricketers, including Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Jofra Archer, will join hands on June 3 (Thursday) to raise $100,000 for UNICEF Australia‘s India COVID-19 Crisis Appeal.

5. Bhogle calls for investigation into climate around Ollie Robinson

England pacer Ollie Robinson, who made his debut against New Zealand on Wednesday, June 2, found himself in all sorts of trouble after his old “sexist and racist” tweets went viral on social media.

6. Team India lands in the UK ahead of a lengthy Test tour – Watch

Team India on Thursday (June 3) landed in England ahead of the World Test Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand and the five-match Test series against the hosts.

7. Gautam Gambhir in trouble! Found guilty of doing unauthorized activities

The Gautam Gambhir Foundation has been found guilty of unauthorizedly stocking, procuring and distributing Fabiflu medicine to COVID-19 patients by the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI), the Delhi High Court was informed on Thursday.

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