newscricket41 minutes ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | We can beat any team in the world, claims Mickey Arthur

Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur backed his talented side to step up their game as he claimed that Pakistan are capable of beating any top team if they play to their full potential. Pakistan meet bitter rivals India in their next World Cup match at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground on Sunday.
SportsCafe Desk
reportcricketan hour ago

Niroshan Dickwella’s century guides Sri Lanka A to series levelling victory against India A

Sri Lanka A opening batsman hit a scintillating century to help his team chase down a decent target and earn a hard-fought victory to level the five-match series at two games a piece after the fourth match had been washed out. The batsman was named man of the match for his performance.
SportsCafe Desk
newscricketan hour ago

Australian based sports manufacturers sued by Sachin Tendulkar for breach of contract

Indian legendary batsmen Sachin Tendulkar has filed a lawsuit that named Spartan Sports International guilty of using his name and image to sell their products while failing to pay him the agreed royalties. The first court appearance for the hearing has been scheduled for June 26.
SportsCafe Desk
featurecricketan hour ago

SA vs AFG | Imran Tahir’s “googly” comeback and Chris Morris’ exhibition of pace bowling

After South African bowlers put up a terrific bowling display to bundle Afghanistan out for 125, Quinton de Kock played with grit to hand the Asian nation a nine-wicket loss. More than anything else, the way Imran Tahir brought the googly back to the fore was the biggest takeaway from the game.
Bastab K Parida
newscricket2 hours ago

Twitter reacts as Hashim Amla plays a Test innings against Afghanistan

South Africa registered their first win of the World Cup and it couldn't have been more convincing. But cricket fans may have a different opinion as Hashim Amla's slow innings made it painful to watch. Fans on Twitter even went on to say that Amla should hang up his boots after this World Cup.
Soumil Khare
featurecricket2 hours ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | India's predicted XI for the high-voltage encounter against Pakistan

the most-anticipated game of the tournament is around the corner as arch-rivals India and Pakistan are all set to lock horns at Old Trafford on Sunday. India are without the services of Shikhar Dhawan, which creates an opportunity for Vijay Shankar to make an immediate impact at No. 4 spot.
Faizan Qadiri
newscricket3 hours ago

8 things you missed | From umpires in crowd to fan sleeping during the match

Hello there! I am here to tell you that you were sleeping during the match. You want to know how we know that? It is because that happened a lot during today's match between Australia and Sri Lanka. Don't worry, I have collated all the things that you missed. You can thank me later.
Srijith Gopal
newscricket3 hours ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | If rain stays away, my money is on India, says Brian Lara

Brian Lara has stated that India will have the upper hand against Pakistan if the rain stays away in Manchester and believes the bowlers will do the job. Lara has also added that KL Rahul is the most technically-gifted batsman in the Indian team and the team were better placed with him at No.4.
SportsCafe Desk
newscricket4 hours ago

Twitter reacts as South Africa bowlers make their fans forget tournament nightmare

What a scintillating bowling performance by the Proteas! Afghanistan were folded for 125 by South Africa's stellar bowling performance. Imran Tahir picked up four wickets for just 29 and fans on Twitter lost their cool after witnessing the legspinner's wonderful bowling against the Asian team.
Soumil Khare
newscricket4 hours ago

Twitter trolls Sri Lanka as middle order collapses after a good start against Australia

It was a day to forget for Sri Lanka as they started off well with both their openers, Dimuth Karunaratne (97) and Kusal Perera (52) giving them a good start but the middle order collapsed quickly to give Australia a win. The Twitterati quickly started trolling the Lankans after their loss.
Srijith Gopal