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Young talent Shubman Gill expressed disappointment at being not selected in any of India's three squads for the upcoming tour of West Indies, which begins on August 3. It was a rather surprising decision as Gill totalled 218 runs for India A as part of the five-match series in West Indies. This included three half-centuries.

The BCCI selection committee announced the squad that will travel to West Indies for the upcoming series, India are set to play 3 T20Is, 3 ODIs and 2 Tests from 3rd August – 3rd September, 2019.

Even as the controversy over the four runs conceded to England via overthrows after the ball hit a diving Ben Stokes' bat refused to die down, a new development has emerged.

Following the conclusion of the World Cup 2019, the ICC has named the team of the tournament. Only two Indians feature in the team -- Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah -- while losing finalist leader Kane Williamson will captain the side. The team features four from World champs England, two from New Zealand, two from Australia and one from Bangladesh.

England was declared winners of World Cup 2019 after a pulsating final at Lord's. Batting first, New Zealand managed to post 241 for 8 on the board.