This morning’s main news from the cricket world

1. India’s team announced for Australia T20I, Suryakumar Yadav will captain

India’s star batsman Suryakumar Yadav will lead the team in the five-match T20 series against Australia as several senior cricketers have been rested. ,Read more,

2. David Warner will miss the five-match T20 series against India

Cricket Australia has confirmed that Warner will return to the country after the World Cup. Aaron Hardy has been named as his replacement. ,Read more,

3. Yuzvendra Chahal reacts with a smile after being dropped from the T20 series against Australia

Yuzvendra Chahal did not say much and reacted with a smile after BCCI announced the squad for the T20 series. ,Read more,

4. ‘Heartbroken, still hasn’t sunk’ – Shreyas Iyer, Shubman Gill post heartfelt notes after World Cup defeat

Shreyas Iyer congratulated Australia and also said that he is sad like every other Indian and thanked the BCCI, his teammates, support staff and fans for their continued support. ,Read more,

5. ICC thanks BCCI for hosting the biggest Cricket World Cup ever

The International Cricket Council has thanked BCCI for the successful hosting of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023, which has been the biggest Cricket World Cup ever. ,Read more,

6. I am not one of those people who is going to respond to people shouting on Twitter or Facebook: Temba Bavuma

Addressing the criticisms towards him, Bavuma stressed his commitment to the role of Proteas captain, saying he has no intention of walking away from the responsibility. ,Read more,

7. The SA20 2024 final will be played in Cape Town on 10 February

The picturesque Newlands will be the stage where the SA20 2024 champions will be crowned in the final on 10 February. The stadium will also host the first qualifier on 6 February. ,Read more,

8. Sam Ayub, Khurram Shahzad were included for the first time in Pakistan’s selected team for Australia Test.

Shan Masood will lead the Test side for the first time, taking over the captaincy from Babar Azam as the squad includes left-handed opening batsman Sam Ayub, who has earned his first Test call-up. ,Read more,

9. After sadness in the World Cup, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached the Indian dressing room, hugged the players and consoled them.

After the disappointing defeat at the hands of Australia, PM Narendra Modi, who was present there, visited the dressing room of Team India and consoled the disappointed players. ,Read more,

10. Security measures at the Narendra Modi Stadium during the World Cup final are under scrutiny after new video surfaced of a pitch intruder

Johnson Wayne, the pitch intruder jumped really high to cross the barricade and then, he dodged the officials and jumped over the advertising boards to enter the ground. ,Read more,

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