Daily Rundown -30 October 2018

                         

Daily Rundown -30 October 2018

India get their third biggest victory with a Rohit masterclass. With a classic Rohit Sharma’s masterclass and a Rayudu’s 3rd ODI century, India cruised to their third biggest win in ODI history. Indian bowlers were back on track and never let the West Indians into the game from the start.

Brief Score - India 377 for 5 (Rohit 162, Rayudu 100) beat West Indies 153 (Holder 54*, Khaleel 3-11, Kuldeep 3-42) by 224 runs

Mike Hesson appointed as Kings XI Punjab coach. He will replace the Australian Brad Hodge, who was Kings XI Punjab coach in IPL 2018. It is still unsure whether Virender Sehwag, the team mentor will continue with the franchise.

Ganguly slams frequent changes in rules in domestic cricket. In an email, Ganguly has criticized the latest rule change for deciding to relax the one-year rule for wards of government employees to be considered local players.

ACA president has urged for the Smith, Warner and Bancroft’s bans to be lifted. After the Longstaff review that Cricket Australia also shares some of the blame for a creating a win at all costs environment, ACA president has urged for the bans on the trio to be reduced citing that the players have suffered enough.

Najam Sethi threatens legal action against PCB. PCB has released the expenses under Sethi’s tenure on its website. Mr. Sethi’s lawyer has responded back that there is no valid reason to release such incorrect and misleading information and has threatened to take the legal course for the same.

Quote of the day

While batting, I don't think about scoring hundreds or double-hundreds -  Rohit Sharma