2019 World Cup
2019 World Cup News
'Sir, please get me through this World Cup': Shankar Basu reveals conversation with Hardik Pandya in 2019
India trainer Basu highlighted that since Pandya has not played a significant amount of junior or domestic cricket, he was prone to injury.
During the chase, rain did threaten to dampen the spirits, but the match resumed and the overs were curtailed to 40 and Pakistan needed 302 runs to win. When the match started, they needed 136 runs off just 30 balls, but they fell short by runs.
World Test Championship final: Better team won in the conditions, says India head coach Ravi Shastri
New Zealand won the game by eights wicket to deny another major title to Virat Kohli's team. India are yet to win an ICC title under Kohli.
The Indian Premier League, which was suspended earlier this month due to multiple cases of COVID-19 inside its bubble, was due to finish on 30 May, while the WTC final between New Zealand and Indian is scheduled to start from 18 June in Southampton.
New Zealand are close to doing something 'really really special', says former captain Brendon McCullum
Brendon McCullum, who led the Black Caps to the 2015 World Cup final, heaped praise on captain Kane Williamson and said its time for New Zealand to get over the excuses of the past.
Aakash Chopra said he believes that Virat Kohli-led team could not win the 2019 World Cup because India did not have a winning side.
'Believed in Martin Guptill's hitting ability,' Kane Williamson on Super Over choice in 2019 World Cup Final
Recalling the the 2019 World Cup final, the Black Caps captain Kane Williamson explained why he chose Martin Guptill and Jimmy Neesham to face the Super Over in the final.
From conquering uncharted boundaries in Australia to the heartbreaking defeat against New Zealand in the World Cup semi-finals 2019, Sanjay Bangar opens up on various topics.
Dhawan, who had scored a century in the game against Australia in the 2019 World Cup, was ruled out of the rest of the tournament due to an injury.
The spread of the novel coronavirus has brought sport to a standstill. Staging games without spectators has been suggested as one way to resume professional cricket.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Semi-final win shows New Zealand had a responsive game-plan, India did not
When they discovered that the Manchester wicket in the ICC Cricket World Cup semifinal on 9 July 2019, wasn’t quite the batting track they had expected it to be, the New Zealanders ‘took to the oars’. Plans A, B and C were quickly scrapped, and a new strategy put in place.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: South Africa pacer Lungi Ngidi says his team is ready for 'exciting' clash against India
Lungi Ngidi expressed that South Africa are eager to give a tough competition to India in their ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019 clash on 5 June in Southampton.
The rankings were updated after series results from 2015-16 were removed, and outcomes from 2016-17 and 2017-18 are weighted at 50 per cent, an ICC statement read.
Mohammad Hafeez's World Cup selection in doubt after he undergoes second surgery for fractured thumb
Mohammad Hafeez, who has retired from Test cricket after 55 matches, has already appeared in 208 ODIs and 89 T20 Internationals.
IPL 2019: Martin Guptill says he's using net sessions with Rashid Khan at SRH to prepare for Afghanistan tie at World Cup
Martin Guptill said the best part of Sunrisers Hyderabad net session is getting inputs from VVS Laxman.
IPL 2019: Ricky Ponting says David Warner's knock on SRH return a 'great sign for Australia' ahead of World Cup
Ricky Ponting also praised Rishabh Pant and said that youngster is now able to convert his talent into match-winning performances.
Shane Warne interview: 'India are reliant on Virat Kohli for all the right reasons, they will be finalists at 2019 World Cup'
Shane Warne said RR's Sanju Samson will be IPL 2019's Most Valuable Player and predicted him to be part of India squad in all three formats of the game by the end of 2019.
IPL 2019: Ricky Ponting advises Indian players to focus on doing well in T20 league to push for World Cup spot
Ricky Ponting also pointed out that the Delhi Capitals have only two India players — Ishant Sharma and Shreyas Iyer, who have an outside chance of claiming a spot in the World Cup by performing well at the IPL.
Steve Smith, David Warner to play 2019 World Cup regardless of how they perform in IPL, says Matthew Hayden
Having all but completed their one-year ban (set to end on March 28) from international cricket on ball tampering charges, Smith and Warner's IPL performance is expected to be closely monitored by Cricket Australia.
Aaron Finch says Australia have great ability to play well in big tournaments; adds they are never true underdogs
Aaron Finch, referring to Australia's come-from-behind 3-2 win over hosts India in the five-match ODI series earlier this month, said his team is going to be tough to beat at 2019 World Cup.