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February 12 Morning Brief: Today's Top news and headlines from cricket world

1. 'Selectors will now stop overestimating his batting ability' - Ian Chappell comes hard at Shreyas Iyer after omission from England Tests

 Iyer's recent struggles with the bat, managing a mere 104 runs in two Tests at a modest average of 26, led to his omission due to poor form and injury concerns

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2. Captain Uday Saharan analyses India’s disastrous batting display in U-19 World Cup final

Following a heartbreaking defeat, skipper Uday Saharan stated that the batters tried to play some rash shots in the middle, which cost them the match (Read More)

3. U19 World Cup 2024: Complete List of Award-Winners, Top Records & Stats - All You Need To Know

Australia clinched their fourth Under 19 World Cup title beating India in the final of the U-19 World Cup 2024 by 79 runs on Sunday (Read More)

4. Ravindra Jadeja's wife Rivaba gets angry on being asked about father-in-law, video goes viral

Jadeja’s father had revealed that he shares a cold relationship with his son particularly after his marriage with wife Rivaba (Read More)

5. 'It affected my family a little bit more than it affected me' - Glenn Maxwell finally addresses 'drunken incident'

Andrew McDonald, Australia's head coach, has earlier stated that Maxwell had been drinking and the latter had to "hold up his end of the bargain" (Read More)

6. AUS vs WI: Australia’s oversight allows Alzarri Joseph to escape run-out in Adelaide

Australian players started celebrating after watching the replay on giant screen but the on-field umpire was unmoved and clarified that there was no formal appeal (Read More)

7. Ranji Trophy 2024: Jalaj Saxena gets career-best nine wickets against Bengal

Saxena became the second bowler in the Ranji Trophy this decade to take nine wickets in an innings (Read More)

8. Zimbabwe Cricket to restructure after ICC qualification heartache

Zimbabwe failed to qualify for the 2023 Men's ODI World Cup despite hosting the qualifying tournament in June last year and the 2024 Men's T20 World Cup (Read More)

9. Who is Harjas Singh? - Australia's U19 batter from Chandigarh who top scored in World Cup final against India

Hailing from an Indian family, Harjas was born in Sydney in 2005, five years after his parents decided to move from Punjab's Chandigarh to Australia (Read More)

10. R Ashwin calls Jasprit Bumrah's 'Boomball' the 'show stealer' in Visakhapatnam Test

India fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah became the first pacer from the country to be crowned number one in the ICC Test bowling rankings (Read More)

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