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Cricket24, Jun 2019, 6:39 PM IST
World Cup 2019 — England vs Australia: Eoin Morgan won’t follow Virat Kohli’s example
'I'm not expecting anything. I think fans and supporters up and down the country will have different reactions, as they will around the world. So we'll see,' Eoin Morgan said at the pre-match press conference ahead of England-Australia World Cup 2019 game
Cricket18, Jun 2019, 1:57 PM IST
Steve Waugh picks ‘premier’ batsman of World Cup 2019; chooses teams 'destined' for semi-finals
'Encouragingly Australia’s big match players are all in good form (at the World Cup 2019) with Steve Smith searching and closing in on the rhythm and unorthodox creativity that bamboozles opposing attacks,' wrote Steve Waugh
Cricket12, Jun 2019, 4:38 PM IST
World Cup 2019: Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed takes a dig at Indian fans over Steve Smith boos
Ahead of Pakistan’s ICC World Cup 2019 match against Australia, Sarfaraz Ahmed was asked about Kohli’s sportsmanship and how he would deal the situation if Pakistani fans targeted Steve Smith and David Warner
Cricket10, Jun 2019, 4:22 PM IST
World Cup 2019: Bhuvneshwar Kumar speaks on the over that changed match
London: Paceman Bhuvneshwar Kumar who took three wickets in India’s 36-run win over Australia in the ICC World Cup 2019 on Sunday (June 9), has spoken about the over that turned the match at The Oval. He was asked when he took two wickets (Steve Smith and Marcus Stoinis) in one over. Bhuvneshwar also said how they planned to bowl stump-to-stump to Australian batsmen in their chase of 353.
Cricket10, Jun 2019, 12:22 PM IST
Photos from India-Australia World Cup 2019 contest in London
London: India registered their second consecutive victory at the ICC World Cup 2019 after defeating Australia by 36 runs at The Oval in London on Sunday (June 9). It was an all-round show by the ‘men in blue’ as they controlled the contest right from the time captain Virat Kohli won the toss and opted to bat first. After scoring 352/5, India bowled out Australia for 316. Here are the pictures from the match.
Views10, Jun 2019, 11:42 AM IST
Booing at World Cup 2019: Virat Kohli sends out strong message by standing up for Steve Smith
After getting booed in almost every match of the ICC World cup 2019, this is exactly what Smith and Warner needed, some support. When Kohli, who is one of the most influential voices in world cricket, stood up for them, it sent a strong message to all other teams and captains, as well
Cricket10, Jun 2019, 11:20 AM IST
World Cup 2019: Virat Kohli explains why he apologised to Steve Smith after booing by Indian fans
London: India captain Virat Kohli explained as to why he apologised to Australia’s Steve Smith during their ICC World Cup 2019 game at The Oval in London on Sunday (June 9). With the Indian fans booing Smith, Kohli stepped in and gestured towards the crowd and asked them not to target the former Australian skipper. Later, in the post-match press conference, Kohli was asked about the incident and he explained what happened. India won the match by 36 runs.
Cricket10, Jun 2019, 10:50 AM IST
World Cup 2019: Full text of Virat Kohli's press conference after win over Australia
'We were more motivated to win today because of the fact that we lost the series in India, being 2-0 up, and there was no Mitchell Starc, either. So him coming in makes their bowling lineup even stronger,' Virat Kohli said after defeating Austraila in the ICC World Cup 2019 match
Cricket9, Jun 2019, 12:17 PM IST
World Cup 2019 — India vs Australia: 7 key battles to watch out for
London: India and Australia will renew their rivalry today (June 9) at The Oval in London in what promises to be an exciting contest in the round robin phase of the ICC World Cup 2019. While both teams are evenly matched are favourites to lift the trophy, here is a look at some of the key battles which could have a bearing on the outcome.
Cricket8, Jun 2019, 8:03 PM IST
World Cup 2019 — India vs Australia: Full text of Rohit Sharma's press conference
'We've had success against each other. We had success in Australia, they had success in India recently. But again, tomorrow's game will all depend on how we play on that particular day,' said Rohti Sharma on the eve of the ICC World Cup 2019 contest between India and Australia
Cricket8, Jun 2019, 2:04 PM IST
World Cup 2019 — India vs Australia Preview: Big test for Virat Kohli & Co
In the last series, the Australians effectively nullified India's spin twins Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal on the flat sub-continental decks, sans Daivd Warner and Steve Smith. Now, India face a big test against the Australians in the ICC World Cup 2019
Cricket7, Jun 2019, 12:07 AM IST
World Cup 2019: Nathan Coulter-Nile, Mitchell Starc help Australia pull off 15-run win
Chasing 289 for a win, the West Indies were in the hunt for most part of their innings but they crumbled towards the end to score 273/9 from 50 overs in their ICC World Cup 2019 contest at Trent Bridge
Cricket3, Jun 2019, 4:50 PM IST
World Cup 2019: Adam Zampa reveals how Australia will handle hostile English fans
Bristol: Australian leg-spinner Adam Zampa spoke on how the team will handle hostile English crowds during the ICC World Cup 2019. Zampa also termed the booing of Steve Smith against Afghanistan as “disrespectful”. Here is what Zampa said after Australia beat Afghanistan in Bristol on Saturday (June 1).
Cricket3, Jun 2019, 4:40 PM IST
World Cup 2019: Knew English crowds would be 'ruthless', says Nathan Coulter-Nile
Bristol: English crowds targeted Australian duo of Steve Smith and David Warner as they returned for the ICC World Cup 2019 after serving bans for ball-tampering scandal. When Australia played Afghanistan in Bristol, both were subjected to booing. However, after the win on Saturday (June 1), Nathan Coulter-Nile told the media that they expected such reactions from the "ruthless" England fans.
Sports21, Apr 2019, 12:49 PM IST
IPL 2019: 2 factors that allowed Rajasthan Royals to edge out Mumbai Indians
At the start of the game, the hosts bowled in the right lines and restricted the opposition batsmen to open their arms which eventually led them to restrict Mumbai Indians for a below-par total of 161 runs. In response, Rajasthan Royals were off to a flying start and were able to dominate the chase.