The development happened after the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) warned centrally-contracted players for not prioritising the Indian Premier League (IPL) over domestic cricket.
Fans on social media went crazy as they could not believe what happened in the Ranji Trophy.
Let’s have a look at five players who played in Indian domestic cricket tournaments, but became a part of other country’s team.
Legendary India batsman Sunil Gavaskar has questioned whether Kohli will be available for the Indian Premier League (IPL) starting from March 22.
On Monday evening, Shami shared pictures on his social media accounts, giving an update on his injury and informing his fans that he has undergone a successful operation in the United Kingdom.
Son of a Kargil War veteran, Jurel proved his mettle at the highest level with a valiant knock of 90 runs against England on the third day of the fourth Test in Ranchi on Sunday.
The fifth and final Test starts from March 7 in Dharamsala.
Rohit in his own style asked Sarfaraz to be careful and not to be a hero. The skipper also asked him to wear protective gears.
India still need 152 to win the fourth Test, with two days still left in the match. Captain Rohit Sharma made great use of full and overpitched deliveries from Tom Hartley to hit four boundaries and be 24 not out, as the England spinner’s inexperience with the new ball showed.
“Watching the presence of mind of Dhruv Jurel makes me think he is the next MS Dhoni in the making,” said Gavaskar during an interaction.
With this memorable title win, Pramod shattered many records. He became the first para-athlete to win three consecutive gold at the BWF Para Badminton World Championships. He also equalled the record of winning Lin Dan’s five world Championships.
Though he missed out on a maiden Test century by ten runs, Jurel’s knock, laced with six fours and four sixes, helped India cross 300 and narrow the deficit to 46.
On a run-making spree, Jaiswal struck two double hundreds in the second and third Tests against England in the ongoing series.
During the shoot, Pandya was served dhokla and jalebi. However, the India all-rounder was very clear that they were not good for his fitness. Although a person tried to convince him, he was adamant that he will not eat the food served to him.
Pant is seen firmly insisting that the scene should be removed or altered. He was adamant about not shedding tears in front of the camera.