Australia clinched their 5th world cup title yesterday, after cruising to an emphatic 7 wicket win against New Zealand at the MCG.
Being no strangers to the condition and stress of playing in a world cup final, Australia dominated the game with their pacers applying pressure on the Kiwi batsmen, before
The stage is set at MCG for the first ever Trans-Tasmania world cup final. Neighbors and co-hosts of the 11th ICC World cup, Australia and New Zealand have overcome 12 other nations and booked their spot in the final of the tournament. They are one win away from glory. Should
Australia qualified for their seventh world cup final today after a convincing win against defending champions India. The win enabled Australia to qualify for the finals for the first time since 2007. Steve Smith's 93-ball 105 along with Finch's 81 and quick-fire runs from Faulkner, Watson and Johnson in the
We are only three games away from crowning the world champions of the 11th edition of ICC Cricket World Cup. Co-host New Zealand will face South Africa in the 1st semifinal on March 24 at Auckland, followed by Australia vs India on March 26 at the SCG. The semifinal lineup
The Asian sides, Bangladesh and India faced off against each other at the MCG for what was branded as a 'David vs Goliath' battle. However, Goliath prevailed this time, emerging as the victor! India confidently knocked Bangladesh out of the 2015 ICC World Cup as they won the match by
New Zealand picked up a hard-fought 3 wicket victory against Bangladesh today at Hamilton during their last group stage match. The Tigers scored 288/7 in 50 overs after Mahmudullah picked up his second consecutive ton. However, Guptill's century led the Kiwis to their 6th straight victory in the tournament as
Bangladesh defeated England by 15 runs today at Adelaide and qualified for the quarter finals, subsequently eliminating England from the group stage of the tournament. Their win also enabled Sri Lanka to qualify for the knockouts, as they remain at no. 4 with 6 points. Bangladesh meanwhile, are at no.
Glenn Maxwell's 102 from just 53 balls helped Australia post a total of 376-9 against Sri Lanka today at SCG. Sri Lanka managed to score 312 in reply, before being all out. The 64 run victory helped Australia to climb up the pool A standings as they remain at no.
Bangladesh beat Scotland by 6 wickets today during their pool A clash at the Saxton Oval, Nelson. A spirited Scotland scored 318/8 but the Bangladeshi batsmen stood tall at the end of the day, as they successfully completed the second highest run-chase in world cup history. They now require one
Hosts Australia decimated Afghanistan, beating them by 275 runs in their pool A clash today at Perth. They scored 417/6, the highest total for a team in world cup history. Afghanistan could only manage to score 142 before being all out. The win boosted Australia's net run rate, as they