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November 11 Evening Brief: Today’s Top news and headlines from cricket world

Nov 11, 2023

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MCC-and-Angelo-Mathews. (Photo Source: Twitter)

1. Beating Pakistan was a special moment: Afghanistan coach Jonathon Trott

Afghanistan’s coach Jonathan Trott highlighted the unforgettable victory over Pakistan at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai as a standout moment in the tournament, emphasizing its significance in their campaign. (READ MORE)

2. ‘Even if it is 1%, there is hope at least’ – Gautam Gambhir lauds Babar Azam’s optimism to bag semi-final spot in World Cup

Former India batter Gautam Gambhir hailed Pakistan captain Babar Azam after the latter expressed optimism about his side’s semifinal qualification chances ahead of their final group-stage clash in the ongoing World Cup. (READ MORE)

3. ‘If that changes, things may go astray’ – Vivian Richards wants India to continue with aggressive approach

Legendary former West Indies cricketer Sir Vivian Richards heaped massive praises on team India’s approach in the ongoing ODI World Cup. He also talked of the mindset that India has maintained in the tournament and opined that a change in mindset could cause problems for the side going forward. (READ MORE)

4. ODI World Cup 2023: MCC pass their verdict on Angelo Mathews’ ‘timed-out’ dismissal

Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the former governing body of cricket, passed their verdict on Angelo Mathews’ ‘timed-out’ dismissal, stating that the umpires’ call was legitimate as the batter took more than two minutes to take the strike. (READ MORE)

5. ‘I’ve no idea’ – Ben Stokes opens up on his ODI future after World Cup 2023

England’s Ben Stokes opened up on his ODI cricket future on the eve of England’s final match in the ODI World Cup 2023, against Pakistan at Eden Gardens on November 11. (READ MORE)

6. ‘We can’t blame someone who wants to follow rules’ – Rahul Dravid has his say on ‘spirit of cricket’ debate

The Indian head coach, Rahul Dravid, commented on the ‘spirit of cricket’ debate and said someone who’s well within the rules of the game cannot be blamed. (READ MORE)

7. IOC to have final say on Afghanistan’s participation in LA Olympics 2028

Geoff Allardice, the CEO of the International Cricket Council (ICC), has clarified that the decision regarding Afghanistan’s participation in the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics will be made by the International Olympic Council (IOC), not the ICC. (READ MORE)

8. The cricketing world is Rachin Ravindra’s oyster: Michael Atherton

Michael Atherton, former England captain, was in awe of Rachin Ravindra’s performances in the ongoing ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup in India. Following the Kiwis’ win over Sri Lanka in their final group stage clash in Bengaluru, Atherton stated that the ‘cricketing world is Ravindra’s oyster’. (READ MORE)

9. Virender Sehwag defends ‘Bye Bye Pakistan’ post after criticism

Following New Zealand’s victory over Sri Lanka, Virender Sehwag took a dig at Pakistan with a ‘Bye Bye Pakistan’ post and faced criticism for the same. He later justified his post by highlighting India’s consistent performance in the World Cup and said that the Men in Blue have been qualifying for the semifinals of all the 50-over World Cup events except in 2007. (READ MORE)

10. Can’t say this is the best-ever Indian pace attack to date: Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly, former India captain, believes that the current bowling attack of Men in Blue cannot be defined as the finest ever. (READ MORE)

 

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