South Africa's high performance coach Mike Horn has said he believes the Proteas team was changed for the World Cup semi-final match against New Zealand last month to meet race quota requirements
India's Test captain Virat Kohli today lashed out at critics, who blamed his girlfriend Anushkha Sharma for the team's exit from ICC Cricket World Cup, stating that they "should be ashamed of themselves" as "no one has won more matches" than him in the last five years.
Kamal was reportedly denied the honours after he blamed poor umpiring for Bangladesh's comprehensive loss to India in the quarterfinals.
Australia cricket coach Darren Lehmann has defended wicketkeeper Brad Haddin and the team's vocal aggression during their World Cup final win over New Zealand.
The 36-year-old right armer was a member of New Zealand's 15-man World Cup squad but didn't play in any of its nine matches.
Veteran left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori, the most capped ODI player for New Zealand, today bid adieu to the 50-over format, completely ending an 18-year career in the game.
Kamal insisted that he had not spoken against any country but said that he was denied the opportunity of presenting the World Cup trophy for "speaking the truth".
Watson has now been a part of two World Cup teams and said in jest that it can be associated with joys of having a second baby.
Anushka, who was in attendance at the Sydney Cricket Ground during India's World Cup semifinal against Australia, was blamed for Kohli's failure in the match
The front-page headline of New Zealand's largest newspaper reads "You've done us proud," and that seems to sum up the nation's mood after the Black Caps thrilled and inspired during eight straight World Cup victories before losing to Australia in Sunday's final.
AB and his team may have lost the World Cup — but their gratitude for the support they received wasn't just limited to a post-match 'thanks for the support' quote
Australian players sheltered behind dark glasses Monday at a public reception the day after their victory over New Zealand in the Cricket World Cup final.
Australia on Sunday clinched the World Cup for the fifth time, thrashing New Zealand by seven wickets to provide a perfect farewell gift to skipper Michael Clarke, who played a key role with a 74-run knock in his final ODI appearance.
The celebrations have just begun in Australia, and the partying is set to continue for some time to come.
If the whole point of the World Cup was to make money, then this has been a wildly successful tournament. But if it was to thrill us in a manner only sport can, then this was a big failure.
McCullum was chosen as captain for the ICC's team of the tournament because of his aggressive, innovative and inspirational leadership.
Hits and misses at the 2015 World Cup which ended on Sunday:
Here are the Magic moments in the 2015 Cricket World Cup which concluded on Sunday:
Australia came under heavy criticism because of their behaviour in the World Cup final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday. There were a couple of instances where Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin was found having a go at the Kiwi batsmen.
Comprehensive Statistical review of World Cup 2015