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Abdul Razzaq and Hardik Pandya. (Photo source: Getty Images)

Aakash Chopra built the World T20 XI by choosing one player from each country; chose Jasprit Bumrah over Virat Kohli

  • The Coronavirus pandemic has forced cricket players to spend most of their time on social media platforms.
  • In addition, many players come out with different teams in different formats.
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Pandik Hardik is not near the league of Imran Khan and Kapil Dev: Abdul Razzaq

  • Abdul Razzaq, a former Pakistani cricketer, believes that Hardik Pandya has a long time before he can be placed in the league of Kapil Dev and Imran Khan.
  • As per Razzaq, Pandya has another quality to appear as a better cricketer if he is ready to be put into a hard yard.
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‘I have no personal problems with him’ – Abdul Razzaq clarifies ‘baby bowler’ comments about Jasprit Bumrah

  • Abdul Razzaq, a former all-round Pakistan, said that his words about Jasprit Bumrah exploded disproportionately.
  • Hard words don’t match netizens, who mock the retired 40-year-old cricketer.
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Shadab Khan and D’cycy Short Surrey contracts are terminated

  • Surrey has canceled their overseas star contracts – Shadab Khan and D’Arcy Short – after the postponement of the 2020 edition of the T20 Blast.
  • Surrey has also suspended Michael Neser’s contract after the first seven rounds of the county championship were suspended.
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You might finally see me shoot a 10 meter rifle and take part in the Olympics: Manoj Tiwary

  • Manoj Tiwary, Indian cricket player has revealed that after retiring from competitive cricket.
  • In addition, this left-handed batsman has a dream to represent India in a specific category at the Olympics.
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Have learned to be mentally strong playing under Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir: Navdeep Saini

  • The 27-year-old made his national debut last year against West Indies and come back with three fer.
  • However, it was Gambhir under which Saini made her first-class debut for Delhi in 2013.
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