World Cup 2019: Battle of nerves as Australia face New Zealand
Thursday, 11 July 2019 () *Birmingham:* Australia captain Aaron Finch feels with the amount of time they have played England in recent times, it will all boil down to whoever holds their nerve better when the two traditional rivals lock horns in the second semi-final of the World Cup at Edgbaston Cricket Ground here today.
Virat Kohli reflected on three quarters of an hour of mayhem that ultimately led to India's dramatic exit from the World Cup at the semi-final stage for a second time in four years. Chasing 240, India lurched to 24 for four after 10 overs, losing three wickets in the space of 11 balls at one stage,...
Surrey cricketer Rory Burns talks to the press ahead of England's cricket Test match against Ireland. The batsman discusses England's chances against Ireland and the atmosphere in English cricket after..
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England won the World Cup for the first time as they beat New Zealand in a dramatic Super Over after a nerve-shredding final ended in a tie at Lord's on Sunday. IndiaTimes Also reported by •Tamworth Herald
The other representatives come from the losing semi-finalists India and Australia, who have two each players each, while Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan rounds... Zee News Also reported by •Mid-Day •IndiaTimes
A group of rueful New Zealand players touched down on home soil on Thursday, still coming to terms with the gut-wrenching defeat to England in the World Cup... Reuters India Also reported by •Tamworth Herald