Thursday, 26 May 2022

Tag Archives: Mitchell Johnson

Mitchell Johnson retires from all forms of cricket

PERTH: Australian left-arm pacer Mitchell Johnson on Sunday announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. Johnson last played for IPL side Kolkata Knight Riders in this edition. After calling it a day in international cricket in November 2015, Johnson trotted the globe playing in different T20 tournaments. “It’s over. ...

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English fast bowler Tymal Mills replaces Mitchell Johnson in PSL

LONDON: High-profile players including Mitchell Johnson, Colin Munro, Angelo Mathews, Luke Wright and Carlos Brathwaite will miss the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 3 due to their respective reasons. To replace these players, a Replacement Draft for PSL 2018 took place on Monday at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore. ...

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Cricket-Broad not up to it, Cook has scars, says Mitchell Johnson

PERTH: Nathan Lyon’s wish to see the end of some England careers after another Ashes whitewash could easily come true if the tourists’ struggling senior players fail to lift quickly, former Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson has said. Johnson captured 37 wickets in the 5-0 sweep of Alastair Cook’s England in ...

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PSL: Bash Bros set to take Pakistan by storm

SYDNEY: Brisbane’s “Bash Brothers” have taken the BBL by storm, and will team up again in the Pakistan Super League after Chris Lynn was the top pick in the PSL Draft overnight. Lynn, who is on the comeback trail from shoulder surgery, was taken by the Lahore Qalanders, who already ...

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Quinton de Kock likely to be part of third edition of PSL

KARACHI: South Africa wicketkeeper batsman Quinton de Kock is likely to play the third edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL). According to sources, de Kock is leading Global T20 League franchise Benoni that is owned Peshawar Zalmi’s Javed Afridi, and the South African might sign a contract with Peshawar as ...

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Johnson lobs Ashes grenade at beaten England

MELBOURNE:  England’s abject display against South Africa in the second test shows they are a side struggling for consistency and Australia should be able to exploit their lack of cohesion in the upcoming Ashes series, former paceman Mitchell Johnson has said. South Africa thrashed England by 340 runs in Nottingham ...

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