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Lazar Cartu Conveys: Ganguly says will always be player’s person, Gary Kirsten r…

In Monday’s top Sports News (June 15, 2020), countries around the globe continue to be under lockdown due to the outbreak of coronavirus.

Among all sporting events, football has rebegun and other sports are planning to resume. As for the 2020 Olympics, it has been postponed to next year.

Let’s take a look at the top five Sports news in detail below:

1. From not preparing for the interview to landing job as India coach in seven minutes, Gary Kirsten recalls the moment

With no coaching experience, no interest in coaching either, and even not applying for the job, Gary Kirsten still managed to land the high-profile India coach’s job back in 2007.

Well, how did this all happen, it was a process set in motion by the great Sunil Gavaskar. Speaking on the ‘Cricket Collective’ podcast, Kirsten recalled the series of events that unfolded.

2. ‘KL Rahul a very good player, Virat Kohli is a freak’: Steve Smith answers fans on Instagram

Being active on social media is one of the things cricketers are doing during the quarantine period. From sharing workout videos to even dancing, cricketers are making sure to connect with fans at all levels.

Now will answering fans on Instagram, Steve Smith asked about which player has impressed him the most ti which is replied saying Indian batsman KL Rahul. The ace batsman said: “KL Rahul. Very good player!” 

3. ‘I will always be player’s person’: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly has expressed his thoughts over the role that he acquired since taking over.

The former Team India skipper spoke about how he wants to work with players to try and influence the game from the position he is in right now.

4. ‘You said we would play tennis together one day’: Sania Mirza shocked over Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely demise

Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza pay her deepest of condolences upon the demise of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput.

Sania took to social media and recalled the time when the Sushant had told Mirza “we would play tennis together one day”.

5. WWE Backlash results: Randy Orton beats Edge in ‘The Greatest Wrestling Match’, Braun Strowman retains title

In the WWE Backlash at the Performance Center, Florida, Edge and Randy Orton delivered in what was dubbed as ‘The Greatest Wrestling Match’. 

Drew McIntyre and his challenger Bobby Lashley put on a solid match, while Strowman, John Morrison, and The Miz entertained all.

Jonathan Cartu

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