Former opener Gautam Gambhir feels Indian players lack “mental toughness” to handle pressure in crunch situations and cannot call themselves world champions unless they prove themselves in big-ticket tournaments like the World Cup
India vs New Zealand: Revenge of 2019 World Cup exit can't be on mind when you take on 'nice' Kiwis, says Virat Kohli
The loss still rankles him but Virat Kohli on Thursday said he can't really bring himself to think of revenge when India take on New Zealand for the first time after the Kiwis sent his side packing from the ODI World Cup last year.
English cricket authorities should build on World Cup legacy to encourage participation from youngsters, says pacer Jofra Archer
English cricket authorities must make the most of the thrilling World Cup triumph in July to encourage youngsters to take up the sport over the long term, according to England pace bowling star Jofra Archer.
The young India is obsessed with success. Somebody, therefore, shall have to pay for India’s semifinal exit from World Cup 2019; some heads need to topple so that others’ are saved.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: James Anderson says Ben Stokes asked umpires to withdraw four overthrows during England's chase in final
If Stokes had his way, the match might have never reached a tie and gone to a Super Over, where both teams scored 15 runs and England eventually won the World Cup on boundary count.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Shared trophy would have been a fair reflection of both teams' tenacity to win, believes Dav Whatmore
Former Sri Lanka coach Dav Whatmore thinks a shared trophy would have been a fairer outcome of the World Cup after England and New Zealand could not be separated after 100 overs and a Super Over.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Former captain Andrew Strauss urges England all-rounder Ben Stokes to stay grounded post finale heroics
Stokes scored 84 not out against New Zealand at Lord's on Sunday to force a Super Over in which he and Jos Buttler pushed England towards their first World Cup crown.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Former all-rounder Daniel Vettori optimistic of New Zealand's chances in 2023 in spite of heart-breaking finale
Spin great Daniel Vettori is optimistic of New Zealand competing for title in the 2023 World Cup, preferring to look ahead instead of brooding over the gut-wrenching defeat to England in Sunday's final.
Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler and other England players meet Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May after winning World Cup
Here are the best photos as England players met Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May after winning the Cricket World Cup by beating New Zealand in a thriller.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Joe Root says England's triumph in showpiece tournament will be a confidence-booster for players ahead of Ashes
Shifting focus to the five-match Ashes series, which begins on 1 August, Root said England were full of confidence as they bid to reclaim the urn having already achieved one of their targets.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Pressure, what pressure? England's self-belief and mental strength propelled them to historic first title
England dreamt. England believed. England won. And it's their self-belief and mental strength that propelled them to the historic first title.
Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler script historic World Cup triumph for England against Kane Williamson's New Zealand
Here are the best photos from England's historic World Cup triumph after they beat New Zealand in a thrilling encounter at Lord's on Sunday.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: England wicket-keeper Jos Buttler says New Zealand did not deserve to lose final
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.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: England fast bowler Liam Plunkett admits hosts were destined to win showpiece tournament
Plunkett played a crucial role in England's World Cup win as he claimed big wickets throughout the tournament. On Sunday, he dismissed New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson before removing opener Henry Nicholls and Jimmy Neesham.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Agony and ecstasy in three overs of madness and birth of greatest-ever ODI
Ecstasy, Agony, luck, bad luck, heartbreak, Tears, the 3 overs of madness that gave birth to the greatest ever ODI
Daily Bulletin: Chandrayaan-2 mission launch called off today due to technical snag; Congress calls Karnataka MLAs for legislative party meet; day's top stories
ISRO's Chandrayaan 2 mission called off an hour before launch after technical snag; Congress calls Karnataka MLAs to meet today, as rebels refuse to budge; day's top stories
New Zealand vs England, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: 'The best white ball game of all-time', Twitter is thrilled after dramatic finale
Here are the best tweets as social media went abuzz following England's thrilling win over New Zealand to clinch their first-ever World Cup trophy.
England won the World Cup due to a tie-break rule because they hit the most boundaries after both sides finished on 15 in Super Over.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: New Zealand's Kane Williamson becomes highest run-scoring captain in tournament history
Williamson was one run short of the former Sri Lankan skipper Mahela Jayawardene's record. Mahela scored 548 runs in the 2007 World Cup. The former batsman took 11 innings to get this feat.
Highlights, New Zealand vs England, ICC World Cup 2019 Final, Full Cricket Score: England win maiden Men's ODI World Cup
New Zealand vs England, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Final Match at Lord's, LIVE Updates: England finally break their World Cup hoodoo 44 years since the Cricket World Cup was first played, but they were made to fight it out till the very last second by a spirited New Zealand side. New Zealand were ahead after Neesham smashed a six off the second delivery, and followed it up with back-to-back doubles. Archer though kept his calm, giving away just a single off the fifth ball. An under-pressure Guptill, who had a disappointing World Cup so far, can guide a full delivery towards deep midwicket. Guptill tries coming back for a second, but fails to make it back to the striker's end. The two team are tied in the Super Over as well, but England win it as a consequence of collecting more boundaries throughout the game, resulting in the English players breaking into delirious celebrations! Guptill's distraught at the end of the game, the polar opposite of the English players. Oh what a World Cup final we witnessed!