WC trophy could have been shared: Whatmore

Former Sri Lanka coach Dav Whatmore Tuesday weighed in on the boundary count rule which handed England the World Cup, and said that the trophy could have been shared with New Zealand as it would have been a fair reflection of the two teams’ tenacity. Continue Reading

WC 2019: We spoke to Dhoni on slow batting, says Coach

Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s inability to rotate strike in the middle overs has been a cause of concern for some time now but Indian team bowling coach Bharath Arun Wednesday said it’s not that head coach Ravi Shastri isn’t speaking to the former skipper or other batsmen on how to make improvements. Continue Reading

World Cup 2019: Bhuvneshwar gets back to training

In a big positive for the Indian team management, pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled for around 30-35 minutes at the indoor nets in Manchester on Tuesday. Continue Reading

Kane Williamson happy after win against Bangladesh

New Zealand beat Bangladesh by two wickets after a thrilling end to their Cricket World Cup day-night match at the Oval on Wednesday. Set 245 to win, New Zealand was cruising at 218-5 in the 43rd over, but the loss in consecutive overs of allrounders Colin de Grandhomme and Jimmy Neesham left tailenders Mitchell Santner and Matt Henry at the crease, both on 0. Continue Reading