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After bitterly-fought Border-Gavaskar Test series, Merv Hughes takes dig at Virat Kohli, calls him 'flog'

After bitterly-fought Border-Gavaskar Test series, Merv Hughes takes dig at Virat Kohli, calls him 'flog'

Worst, the Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland, in a sarcastic remark to a radio station, said Kohli perhaps does not know how to spell the word "sorry".

India vs Australia: BCCI to take up Virat Kohli controversy with CA

India vs Australia: BCCI to take up Virat Kohli controversy with CA

CA chief James Sutherland kept the controversy afloat by taking a jibe at Kohli. He sarcastically said that he is sure if Kohli knows how to spell the word 'sorry'.

IND vs AUS: Virat Kohli is one of the great ambassadors of the game, we fully support him: Cheteshwar Pujara

IND vs AUS: Virat Kohli is one of the great ambassadors of the game, we fully support him: Cheteshwar Pujara

Pujara's comments came after some members of the Australian side, including skipper Steven Smith and even Cricket Australia (CA) chief James Sutherland, left no stones unturned to take digs at the India skipper.

Not sure if Virat Kohli knows how to spell 'sorry': Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland

Not sure if Virat Kohli knows how to spell 'sorry': Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland

Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland on Wednesday took a dig at Virat Kohli, saying he is not sure if the Indian captain knows hot spell the "sorry" word.

Brain fade incident: BCCI backs Virat Kohli's claim after Cricket Australia's defends 'role model' Steve Smith

Brain fade incident: BCCI backs Virat Kohli's claim after Cricket Australia's defends 'role model' Steve Smith

Smith had gestured towards the dressing room to seek a clue on whether to go for a referral or not after he was trapped in front by pacer Umesh Yadav in the second Test, which Australia lost by 75 runs yesterday.

Australian Cricket team likely to tour Bangladesh for two Tests in 2017

Australian Cricket team likely to tour Bangladesh for two Tests in 2017

In October 2015, Australia had postponed their Test tour after receiving advice from the federal government that there were "high risks" if they went ahead with the tour.

Rod Marsh steps down as chairman of selectors after Australia's humiliating series loss against South Africa

Rod Marsh steps down as chairman of selectors after Australia's humiliating series loss against South Africa

After South Africa took a 2-0 lead in the three-match series, coach Darren Lehmann said that only four players were safe in the current squad.

Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland refuses to quit, supports Rod Marsh after fifth successive test defeat

Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland refuses to quit, supports Rod Marsh after fifth successive test defeat

Sutherland confirmed captain Steve Smith would have a different squad for the dead rubber test against South Africa in Adelaide next week but flagged no personnel changes in the game`s high performance set-up, which has been led by former rugby international Pat Howard since 2011.

Phillip Hughes' family hopes for positives as inquest opens

Phillip Hughes' family hopes for positives as inquest opens

A spokesman for the Hughes family, his former manager James Henderson, said in a brief statement it would be a "very, very, very difficult week".

Sri Lanka vs Australia: Following 3-0 whitewash in Tests, Cricket Australia to conduct 'meaty' review

Sri Lanka vs Australia: Following 3-0 whitewash in Tests, Cricket Australia to conduct 'meaty' review

Australia hired Sri Lanka spin great Muttiah Muralitharan as a coaching consultant to help their batsmen prepare for the South Asian nation`s pitches but many appeared clueless when facing veteran left-arm spinner Rangana Herath, who took 28 wickets and was named man-of-the-series.

Cricket Australia says Chris Gayle welcome in Big Bash League

Cricket Australia says Chris Gayle welcome in Big Bash League

Gayle's tenure with the Melbourne Renegades in last year's BBL was tainted when he made what was interpreted as a sexist comment to a female television reporter.

Usman Khawaja further cements place in Australia's Test side

Usman Khawaja further cements place in Australia's Test side

In the last series against New Zealand, Khawaja scored hundreds in back-to-back Tests.

'Dire' crowd forecast puts Hobart under pressure

'Dire' crowd forecast puts Hobart under pressure

Compounding the problem is the anticipation of a lop-sided contest against the struggling West Indians.

Australia to schedule more day-night Tests: CA

Australia to schedule more day-night Tests: CA

Sutherland has spoken of plans to schedule day-night Tests when South Africa and Pakistan tour here late next year.

Cricket Australia rejects Shane Warne's request for a day-night Boxing Day Test

Cricket Australia rejects Shane Warne's request for a day-night Boxing Day Test

Warne had requested CA on Twitter to change the format of the upcoming Boxing Day Test against Windies.

Use of Pink ball should be `one-off experiment`, insists SA chief

Use of Pink ball should be `one-off experiment`, insists SA chief

Meanwhile, Australian chief James Sutherland has backed the idea, saying that if they don't bring any change, then they are putting the format into risk.

CA chief James Sutherland draws line in sand for Olympic inclusion

CA chief James Sutherland draws line in sand for Olympic inclusion

Sutherland suggested indoor cricket or a beach version of the game might fit the bill.

Australia's Lindsay Kline dies aged 81

Former Australian Test player Lindsay Kline has died aged 81, Cricket Australia said of the man best remembered for facing the last ball of the first tied Test match.

Aussies focus on Kiwis with Bangladesh tour down

Aussies focus on Kiwis with Bangladesh tour down

Australia's new cricket captain Steve Smith on Friday switched focus to New Zealand's upcoming tour as he voiced regret that a two-Test series in Bangladesh had to be called off over terrorism fears.

Cricket Australia postpones Bangladesh tour due to security concerns

Cricket Australia postpones Bangladesh tour due to security concerns

Cricket Australia have postponed the tour of Bangladesh due to security concerns. Cricket Australia released a statement on Thursday stating that due to concern about the safety and security of the Australian Test team, it has been forced to postpone cricket series.