2003 World Cup
2003 World Cup News
Aussie bowlers put up a clinical performance and bowled out India for 234 in the 40th over, winning the match by whopping 125 runs.
Former Australian cricketer Shane Warne says success that came with 'ball of the century' split his personality in two
Warne was banned for 12 months in 2003 for doping and missed the World Cup but went on to become one of the greatest leg-spinners the game has ever produced
'Playing through cramps, diarrhoea': Sachin Tendulkar reminisces about 2003 World Cup encounters against Pakistan, Sri Lanka
People remember the 98 but what Tendulkar went through before and during the match against Sri Lanka in Johannesburg was unimaginable as he was forced to carry tissue paper suffering from a bout of diarrhoea
India's planning at ICC ODI World Cup was completely wrong, disappointed with what happened with Ambati Rayudu, says Yuvraj Singh
Pre-tournament favourites India went into the World Cup without settling the number four spot and it affected the team as Virat Kohli's men made a semifinal exit from the marquee event.
India vs Pakistan, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Pakistan aim to undo systemic mediocrity with historic win over ever-evolving neighbours
India versus Pakistan is a match between a team built upon a systemic revolution, one that has followed the zeitgeist and remained at the head of it; against a team that only now seems to be waking up to the fact that the world has passed them by.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Brett Lee picks Jasprit Bumrah, Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins as top three fast bowlers in ten-nation event
Besides Bumrah, Lee picked compatriots Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins as the other two fast bowlers who will do well at the quadrennial tournament.
According to a senior BCCI official privy to the development, Nehra has intimated his decision to chief coach Ravi Shastri and skipper Virat Kohli.
Ganguly's belief, Dravid's obduracy, Dhoni's knack for making impossible possible: How India became masters of the chase
From NatWest 2002 series triumph to the scarcely believable Hobart victory in 2012, India's journey of becoming a chasing power house.
This film is not about Sachin Tendulkar alone, it’s about us too. It will, hopefully, remind us where we were when he bowled that last over in the Hero Cup semi-final or during the 2011 World Cup final.
Sachin Tendulkar feels India could have got closer to Australia's 359 in 2003 if it was played today
"(If the) same players are given an opportunity, we will approach it (that game) differently," Tendulkar said.
Big Interview part II: Cricket and bowling gives you a different high which nothing can really match, says Zaheer Khan
Zaheer Khan, in an exclusive interview with Firstpost, speaks about the art of mastering all the three - SG, Dukes and Kookuburra balls, the development of the Knuckle ball and his battles with Graeme Smith.