Here are the top 7 news from the world of cricket today:
New Zealand wicketkeeper-batsman Tim Seifert broke into tears while recalling his battle against the novel coronavirus. He said that he feared “bad things” might happen to him after he missed the chartered flight back home from India earlier this month.
As Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar and his wife Anjali celebrated their 26th marriage anniversary on Tuesday, the former’s childhood friend and former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli also shared a throwback picture from their wedding.
Former New Zealand all-rounder Richard Hadlee has showered praise on India skipper Virat Kohli ahead of the upcoming final of inaugural World Test Championship (WTC). India will take on New Zealand in the WTC, scheduled to take place from June 18.
Prithvi Shaw recently talked about his experience of playing under Rahul Dravid. The 21-year-old revealed that the legendary batsman doesn’t force anyone to change their natural game and only comes in when mistakes are repeated.
KKR pacer Sandeep Warrier opened up on his experience of testing positive for novel coronavirus. He revealed that KKR’s medical staff, manager, and a logistics team member, stayed back with him and Varun.
The ICC tribute to former Pakistan pacer Waqar Younis as part of their ‘Meet the ICC Hall of Famers’ series. However, the apex body ended up making a huge blunder. The blunder was quickly noticed by fans who called out the ICC on social media for the same.
Salman Butt has lambasted the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and stated that the board has caused an unparalleled amount of hurt to all the people involved with it. He also said that the PCB has become a laughing stock.