IPL 2022: Gujarat Titans have made the replacement for Jason Roy


The destructive England batter Jason Roy has pulled out his name ahead of the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League. After making everyone shocked, the right-handed batter has come up with a statement the very next day as he wants to spend some time with his family.

Jason Roy was roped by the Gujarat Titans in the mega auction of IPL 2022 for a sum of INR 2 crores. However, according to the reports from the other sources, the Gujarat based franchise has signed Afghan batter Rahmanullah Gurbaz as a replacement of Jason Roy.

The latter shared it on his official Instagram handle and added to the story that he was taking part in the upcoming edition of the tournament.

Having a look at his recent performance in the PSL 2022, the Afghan batter represented Islamabad United where he got featured in 6 games and scored 139 runs he played at an average of 27.81 and has a fabulous strike rate of 180.52.

Shane was more than just a leg spinner: Greg Chappell

Shane Warne

After many current and former cricketers, Greg Chappell, one of the legends from Australia has shared his emotions for Shane Warne while writing in his column for "Sydney Morning Herald."

Greg Chappell has mentioned a lot for the late leg-spinner as he wrote, "When I think of Shane Warne, I think of the words of American naturalist, poet and writer Henry David Thoreau: ‘It’s not what you look at, it is what you see.’ Shane Warne was an illusionist first and a great leg-spin bowler second."

"Shane was more than just a leg spinner. He was an entertainer with enormous charisma who attracted attention wherever he went. His success generated millions of viewers to the game and brought the art of leg-spin to life.

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It also spawned a new generation of leg spinners who tried to walk up to the crease and let it rip! What they didn’t have was Shane’s brute strength and native cunning, so very few have reached great heights," wrote Greg Chappell.

"What you got with Shane wasn’t necessarily what you saw. You only got what he let you see. Most people’s impressions of him were coloured by what they gleaned from the way he was depicted in the media. That, often, only touched the surface," he added.

Here is the story posted by Rahmanullah Gurbaz: