Travel Aussies hard' after Cameron Bancroft quits, sledding Australia Test opener Cameron Bancroft has quit the team to receive treatment for his role in the ball-tampering scandal. The right-hander was one of three players suspended for their involvement in attempting to alter the condition of the ball during the third Test in Cape Tow.
The 25-year-old opening batsman, who was the only player to be implicated on both occasions, told the team he was "no longer able to commit to the values and principles of the team" following his admission to a conversation about ball-tampering in the dressing room.
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India thrash Sri Lanka to enter the Asia Cup final Virat Kohli-led India thrashed Sri Lanka by 93 runs to storm into the final of the Asia Cup in Dubai on Thursday. A young India side started strongly with an aggressive batting display as Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan put on a superb 140-run stand in only 15.3 overs after Rohit won the toss and opted to bat. Dhawan hit his 11th ODI century while Sharma remained not out on 97. (With agency inputs)
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