newscricket16 days ago

7 things you missed | From Babar Azam shouting at Imam-ul-Haq to Mohammed Hafeez's worst ball of the tournament

Hello there! Did you know that every match you miss out on a lot of things because you were busy texting or running errands for your mother? Yup it is a fact! Don't worry, I have sat through the entire match and collected 7 things that you might have missed during the match. So sit back and enjoy.
Srijith Gopal
featurecricket16 days ago

PAK vs BAN | Takeaways - Bangladesh's butter fingers and Fakhar Zaman's failed fireworks

Despite not making the semi-final, Pakistan managed to end their World Cup on a high note, beating Bangladesh by 94 runs. Shaheen Afridi once again starred for Pakistan, becoming the youngest ever to take a World Cup five-wicket haul, while Babar Azam and Imam -Ul-Haq set the tone with the bat.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket19 days ago

IND vs BAN | Takeaways - India’s course correction and Hardik Pandya’s Yuvraj moment

Jasprit Bumrah bowled two perfect yorkers to bundle Bangladesh out for 286 and helped India reach the semifinals with one game to go. While India learnt their lessons from Sunday's heartbreak, Hardik Pandya also ensured that he is India’s silent assassin so far and is all set to continue further.
Bastab K Parida
newscricket19 days ago

VIDEO | Virat Kohli argues with umpire after inconclusive evidence costs India a review

Going for the verdict so soon has been a norm in this World Cup and when that made its appearance at Edgbaston today, Virat Kohli was visibly furious. The skipper turned animated as India’s review was taken away despite the third umpire not having clear evidence of a bat-pad upon an LBW request.
SportsCafe Desk
newscricketa month ago

Twitterati slam Aleem Dar's umpiring after he declares Liton Das and Soumya Sarkar out in controversial manner

Aleem Dar, who was the third umpire in the match between Afghanistan and Bangladesh, faced huge backlash after declaring Liton Das out despite a portion of the ball seemingly touched the ground. Dar didn't check UltraEdge for Soumya Sarkar and Twitterati were furious after these incidents.
Srijith Gopal
newscricketa month ago

VIDEO | Horrible mix-up coinciding with Aaron Finch’s brilliance result in Soumya Sarkar’s fall

This World Cup is witnessing a lot of mix-ups while running between the wickets and yet another instance piqued the interests during the encounter between Bangladesh and Australia. Soumya Sarkar fell short of his crease after a horrible mix-up and Aaron Finch did well to hit the stumps from mid-on.
SportsCafe Desk
featurecricketa month ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Bangladesh's predicted XI for the game against Sri Lanka

After getting off to a perfect start in the World Cup with a win over South Africa in their first game, Bangladesh gave New Zealand a real fright before losing by two wickets. Following that, though, England just swept them aside with a 106-run win which makes the game against Sri Lanka a must win.
SportsCafe Desk
newscricketa month ago

VIDEO | Soumya Sarkar given out despite Jofra Archer's ball catching the rope on full

Ever since Jofra Archer has made his ODI debut, strange things keep on happening as if he is the official “headline maker” for the World Cup. Today, his ball kicked from the length, touched the off-stump, removed Soumya Sarkar's bails before going all the way and hitting the boundary on the full.
SportsCafe Desk
featurecricket2 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Bangladesh’s predicted XI for match against New Zealand

After a convincing 21-run win against South Africa on Sunday, Bangladesh will be beaming with confidence as they prepare to play their second match at the ongoing World Cup. Mashrafe Mortaza-led Bangladesh will take on 2015 ICC WC runners-up New Zealand at the Kennington Oval on Wednesday.
Daniel Arambur
newscricket2 months ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | First match always sets the tone, says Mashrafe Mortaza

After Bangladesh’s emphatic victory over South Africa on Sunday, Mashrafe Mortaza has stated that the first match of a tournament always sets the tone. Bangladesh went on to score 330 runs after winning the toss and restricted South Africa to just 309 runs in the second half of the match.
SportsCafe Desk