featurecricketa day ago

What if, New Zealand?... What if?

Sixteen kilometers was all that separated Roger Federer and the New Zealand Cricket Team in London yesterday. While the location and sport might have been different, the agony they went through was one and the same, and both would have wondered before going to bed last night, “what if?”
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket2 days ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes' partnership won England the game, reckons Jonny Bairstow

An elated Jonny Bairstow reckoned the tournament final as one hell of a game and sympathised with New Zealand for missing out by a whisker. The number of runs scored in the official overs and super over were same by both teams but England emerged victorious on virtue of scoring more boundaries.
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newscricket2 days ago

Legends react as ICC's 'more boundaries' rule to decide World Cup winner stirs controversy

100 overs of cricket followed by the super over couldn't produce a winner in the final of World Cup. But England celebrated and New Zealand mourned as hosts won the World Cup by hitting more boundaries. Cricket fraternity is not particularly happy about it and took to Twitter to express their views.
Soumil Khare
featurecricket4 days ago

ICC World Cup 2019 Final | How and where can New Zealand beat England

Against all odds, New Zealand now find themselves in the World Cup final, and all that stands between them and glory is the mighty English team. England might be firm favorites heading into this encounter, but make no mistake, the Kiwis are here to make history of their own at Lord’s on Sunday.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket4 days ago

ICC World Cup 2019 Final | How and where can England beat New Zealand

“It is coming home” - the social media is full on fire as the English fans prepare to witness Eoin Morgan slowly walk across to uplift the damned cup. In some corner, Kane Williamson though must be asking them to wait for the final blow - because hey, it is not over until the fat lady sings.
Bastab K Parida
featurecricket4 days ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | England’s predicted XI for the final against New Zealand

England have finally managed to live up to the expectations and made it to the finals after 27 long years. After a potential knockout threat, England have beaten best of the teams on a trot and are now looking in ominous form, which should infuse immense fear in the minds of opposition.
Suraj Choudhari
newscricket5 days ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Jason Roy fined for breaching ICC's Code of Conduct

Jason Roy has been fined 30 percent of his match fee for breaching Level One of the ICC Code of Conduct during the second semi-final against Australia in Manchester on Thursday. The English opener showed dissent towards umpire Kumar Dharmasena after he was incorrectly given out in that game.
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newscricket5 days ago

7 things you missed I From beer drinking guy to Jason Roy hitting Hat-trick sixes

Did you watch today's match between England and Australia in Birmingham! Looks like you might have missed few things during the match. Don't worry we sat through the entire match and covered it pin to pin from ball one. Here are the things we collated from the match! Sit back and enjoy 7 things.
Srijith Gopal
featurecricket5 days ago

ENG vs AUS | Takeaways - England's ruthless aggression and Steve Smith's nerves of steel

England showed no mercy to arch rivals Australia, chasing down a modest target of 224 in just 32.1 overs, as they reached their first World Cup final in 27 years. Chris Woakes and Adil Rashid starred for the English with the ball, while Jason Roy delivered the knockout punch with the bat.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricket5 days ago

VIDEO | Furious Jason Roy argues with umpire, refuses to walk after being ruled caught behind

In one of the more astonishing moments in a rather dull encounter, English opener Jason Roy refused to walk despite the umpire ruling him out, suggesting he didn't hit the ball. Roy stood his ground for a good while, arguing with the umpires, before eventually walking off the field.
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