Tue, 16 Jul 2019 21:10:05 GMT
Root hopes England do World Cup-Ashes double
Basking in the glory of their maiden World Cup triumph, England Test captain Joe Root feels the team are on the cusp of reaching the cricket "pinnacle" if they also manage to win the Ashes.
BCCI invites application for coach's job, Shastri & Co get auto entry
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Tuesday invited applications for the positions of head coach, batting coach, bowling coach, fielding coach, physio, strength and conditioning coach and administrative manager for the Indian team. Current head coach Ravi Shastri and his team will get an automatic entry into the recruitment process.
'Sharing' WC title must be considered: NZ coach
New Zealand head coach Gary Stead believes the possibility of sharing the World Cup is something that "should be considered" by the International Cricket Council (ICC) after the Black Caps lost to England in the finals of the 2019 World Cup at Lord's.
Kohli, Bumrah retain top spots in ICC ODI rankings
India skipper Virat Kohli and pacer Jasprit Bumrah have retained their top spots in the ICC ODI batsman and bowler's rankings, respectively, after the World Cup.
Intercontinental Cup: DPR Korea defeat Tajikistan 1-0
Juventus is right club for me: Aaron Ramsey
Turin [Italy], July 15 (ANI): Juventus' new signing Aaron Ramsey said that he had no second
Mason Mount signs new five-year contract with Chelsea
London [UK], July 15 (ANI): Chelsea on Monday confirmed that Mason Mount has agreed on a new f
Looking forward to playing Davis Cup tie in Pakistan: Bopanna
Veteran tennis player Rohan Bopanna has said that he has no worries about going to Pakistan as part of the Indian Davis Cup team in September.
Fresh faces likely as selectors pick squad for WI tour on July 19
Quite a few fresh faces are likely to be included in India's limited over squads when the selectors led by M.S.K. Prasad meet in Mumbai on July 19 to pick the teams for the series against the West Indies beginning August 3.
'England should've been given five runs, not six'
Former international umpire Simon Taufel feels that the umpires made a grave mistake while awarding six runs to England -- instead of five --when a throw struck Ben Stokes' bat during the summit clash of the 2019 World Cup at Lord's.
Mohun Bagan coach happy with club's performance in pre-season friendlies
World Cup 2019 dream team: Men who stole the show
England won the World Cup by hitting more boundaries than New Zealand after the rip-roaring final which was tied both at the end of 100 overs and a Super Over.
World Cup: The 'six' that sealed the deal for England
A total of 359 sixes were scored throughout the 2019 edition of the cricket World Cup in England and Wales. However, the one which will be remembered for ages is the "six" which was awarded to England that turned the tide for the Three Lions as they beat New Zealand in one of the most thrilling 50-over matches one could ever witness in the game of cricket.
Plunkett revels in being England's 'lucky charm'
Liam Plunkett has become England's lucky charm -- and even when they looked dead and buried, the seamer knew they were destined for glory.
Cricket fraternity criticises 'ridiculous' boundary rule
England won their first World Cup on the basis of a superior boundary count against New Zealand in the finals played at Lord's on Sunday.
We had Allah with us: Eoin Morgan
World Cup winning captain Eoin Morgan has praised New Zealand and reckons the Kiwis had a decent run in the showpiece event as they also outclassed the hot favourites -- India -- in the first semifinal of the tournament.
'World Cup 2019 final best white-ball game of all time'
England became the World Cup champions for the first time in cricket history after defeating New Zealand in a pulsating final which ended in a nail-biting Super Over at Lord's.
What Stokes told Archer before the Super Over
Jofra Archer didn't appear nervous before bowling the Super Over that won England the World Cup -- and that was because Ben Stokes' words of advice were keeping him calm.
Devastated Neesham tells kids, 'take up baking, not sport'
New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham was left shattered after their narrow defeat in a nerve-wrecking final of the 2019 World Cup at the hands of England.
Morgan, Williamson have their say on boundary count in Super Over
England might have won the World Cup, but the fact that the number of boundaries hit decided the winner is something that has not gone down well with certain quarters who believed that if the game ended in a tie even after the Super Over, either the trophy should have been shared or the team picking most wickets could take it home. However, England skipper Eoin Morgan's take on the issue was different than his Kiwi counterpart Kane Williamson.