September 6 Morning Brief: Today’s Top news and headlines from cricket world

September 6 Morning Brief: Today's Top news and headlines from cricket world
Mark Chapman and Rachin Ravindra
Mark Chapman and Rachin Ravindra. (Photo Source: Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

1. Twitter Reactions: Sri Lanka survive mighty Afghanistan scare to seal Super Fours spot

Let us have a look at how Twitter reacted to Sri Lanka barely winning their clash against Afghanistan in a match for the ages. (READ MORE)

2. Twitter Reactions: Resilient batting show by New Zealand help them beat England in closing T20I to level series

Take a look at the best tweets as New Zealand tied the series against England after winning the fourth and final T20I.  (READ MORE)

3. Australia announce 15-member squad for World Cup 2023

Cricket Australia took centre stage and announced their 15-man squad that will be travelling to India for the upcoming World Cup 2023.  (READ MORE)

4. World Cup 2023: Viral screenshot shows tickets for India-Pakistan game being sold for INR 57 lakh

In a screenshot that has been doing the rounds on the internet, the tickets for the India-Pakistan game at the ODI World Cup 2023 are being sold at a whopping price of INR 57 lakhs.  (READ MORE)

5. Asia Cup 2023: What were qualification conditions Afghanistan didn’t know in clash against Sri Lanka

Take a look at the Net Run Rate requirements that were needed for Afghanistan to win their clash against Sri Lanka at the Asia Cup 2023.  (READ MORE)

6. ‘We were never communicated’ – Jonathan Trott admits to lack of communication over NRR calculations following loss against Sri Lanka

Afghanistan coach Jonathan Trott came forward to admit that none of the players or the coaching staff were informed about the NRR permutations that were needed to qualify.  (READ MORE)

7. Bangladesh name Khaled Mahmud as team director for 2023 ODI World Cup

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) announced Khaled Mahmud as their team’s director for the upcoming ODI World Cup 2023.  (READ MORE)

8. Aakash Chopra ‘disappointed but not surprised at Yuzvendra Chahal’s ODI World Cup exclusion

Former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra admitted to feeling disappointed but not surprised over Yuzvendra Chahal’s exclusion from India’s World Cup squad.  (READ MORE)

9. ‘ODIs in UAE in September could have led to player fatigue and injuries’ – Jay Shah responds to Najam Sethi

BCCI Secretary Jay Shah has responded to the comments made by former PCB President Najam Sethi regarding the venue for the 2023 Asia Cup.  (READ MORE)

10. Simon Cook set to take charge as new director of cricket for Kent

Simon Cook is all set to take charge as the new director of cricket for Kent from October 2023 onwards.  (READ MORE)

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