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Jos Buttler sympathizes with New Zealand, says 'Kiwis didn't deserved to lose'

London: England wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler said New Zealand did not deserve to lose the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup final at Lord's on Sunday night. Buttler credited New Zealand for putting up a fantastic game. He further said the Kiwis did not deserve to lose. "No team deserved to lose. Credit to New Zealand for a fantastic game. They will be gutted, they did not deserve to lose. It is really hard to sort of sum up," Buttler said. The World Cup final witnessed a first-ever super-over in which England came out triumphant as they had scored more boundaries...
15/07/2019

Is Boundary Countback Fair? "Never Thought I'd Answer That", Says Kane Williamson

A "gutted" New Zealand captain Kane Williamson found it difficult to accept that his team lost the World Cup 2019 final to England on a "boundary countback" rule but the revered "gentleman" of the 'Gentlemen's game' isn't angry about it. New Zealand lost to England in perhaps the greatest World Cup final at the Lord's on Sunday due to an inferior boundary count after both the regulation 50 overs and the Super Over ended in ties. "I suppose you never thought you would have to ask that question and I never thought I would have to answer it (smiling)," was...
15/07/2019

No Place For Virat Kohli In ICC's World Cup XI

India captain Virat Kohli, who led the team to the World Cup 2019 semi-finals, failed to find a spot in International Cricket Council (ICC)'s team of World Cup 2019, announced on its official website on Monday. England opener Jason Roy, who was picked ahead of Virat Kohli, had same 443 runs in the tournament. However, Roy's average of 63.29 in 7 matches was better than the right-handed batsman. Virat Kohli averaged 55.38 in 9 matches. India's golden run in World Cup 2019 ended after suffering an 18-run defeat to New Zealand in the first semi-final in Manchester.Two India players --...

England women cricketers celebrate men's World Cup win; Watch

New Delhi: England women's team, the 2017 World Cup champions, congratulated the men's side on winning their maiden World Cup title at Lord's on Sunday night. Pacer Anya Shrubsole, who became a nightmare for India women's team in 2017, in a tweet said England team deserved the title. She also said nothing can do justice with the match. "No words can do that game justice! What a game of cricket! Congratulations @englandcricket .. you deserve it!" Shrubsole tweeted. No words can do that game justice! What a game of cricket! Congratulations @englandcricket .. you deserve it! 🏆 #CWC19 — Anya...

Yuvraj Singh slams selectors, team management for avoiding India’s middle-order woes

Mumbai: Former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh lashes out at the Indian cricket team management for neglecting the middle-order debacle after India suffered a sudden exit from the 2019 World Cup. During the semi-final match versus New Zealand, India’s top-order batting suffered a major collapse, while the middle-order failed to live up to its expectation as India lost the match by 18-runs. However, if it weren’t for Ravindra Jadeja and Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who stitched a 116-runs stand, India would have lost the match by a huge margin. Criticizing the selectors and team management, Yuvraj Singh said the selectors and team...
15/07/2019

Wimbledon final: Djokovic's win over Federer attracts peak audience of 9.6 million

Novak Djokovic's epic five-set win over Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final on Sunday attracted a peak TV audience of 9.6 million on BBC 1.On a huge day for British sport, an average of six million people tuned in to watch the longest ever Wimbledon final, lasting four hours 57 minutes.England's Cricket World Cup final win over New Zealand was watched by a peak of 7.9m across Channel Four and Sky. A peak of 2.5 million viewers watched the British Grand Prix on Channel Four.Sky was the live TV rights holder for the Cricket World Cup and agreed to show...