As cricket fans, we have witnessed a day full of action. From the thrilling BBL final to Brendon Taylor’s ban, we at Crictrendz bring you some of the latest cricket related updates and news headlines of today in this article. You can check all the cricket headlines in this article and be updated.
Cricket News for the day 29/01/2022
- Due to COVID cases within the Canada U19 camp, their two remaining matches are cancelled and they finish 16th out of 16 teams. This is the first time they finished at the bottom spot (in 8 seasons played).
- Papua New Guinea finish at 15th without winning a match.
- Mikyo Dorji is the name of the only player from Bhutan who registered in IPL 2022 Mega Auction.
- With West Indies leading the 5-match T20I series by 2-1, this news will hurt England fans even more!! Morgan is out of the series after sustaining a low-grade quadriceps injury!
- Indian cricket in good hands under Rohit Sharma’s captaincy: Darren Sammy.
- Afghanistan’s Limited Overs tour to Zimbabwe postponed due to Zimbabwe Cricket’s inability to secure the required broadcast services.
- India set to field a near full-strength team for the quarter-final against Bangladesh with the exception of Nishant Sindhu who has now tested #COVID19 positive.
- Sanju Samson said “I used to adore MS Dhoni from my childhood – I used to collect his stickers and paste in my geometry box.
- Former Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor has been banned from all cricket for three and a half years for breaching four charges of the ICC Anti-Corruption Code and one charge of the ICC Anti-Doping Code.
- Perth Scorchers defeated Sydney Sixers by 79 runs to win their fourth BBL title.
- Australia storm their way to the semifinal! Australia U19 has beaten Pakistan U19 by 119runs. Now they will face the winner of the match between India U19 and Bangladesh U19.
- Peshawar Zalmi won the second match is PSL by 5 wickets against Quetta Gladiators. They chased the target of 191 runs with 2 balls to spare.
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