World Cup 2019: Stats you need to know!

            Top 5 Run Getters- Rohit Sharma (IND)- 648 runs in 9 matches @81.00 David Warner (AUS)- 647 runs in 10 matches @71.86 Shakib-Al-Hasan (BAN)- 606 runs in 8 matches @86.57 Kane Williamson (NZ)- 578 runs in 10 matches @82.57 Joe Root (ENG)- 556 runs in 11 matches @61.77 _______________________________ Top 5 Wicket-Takers

NZ enters grand finale: India end their World Cup Campaign as the Semi-Finalists

Pl Note- Any of my comments or opinions are my personal views as a Cricket Journalist, secondly whatever I may be reviewing is not on the basis : that because we lost, my stance for particular players and the current Indian team has been the same since last 2 to

South Africa end their England sojourn on a high by defeating the No.1 placed Australia in World Cup’19

Though the rivalry of South Africa-Australia isn’t that popular as India-Pakistan or Australia-England but Aus-SA has a separate fan base as every now and then they do manage to give tough fights to each other which results in a thriller competition. SA opting to bat first at the Old Trafford Ground

A dominating win for Team India as Rohit makes history in the World Cup’19

Before we begin match analysis, we will directly get into the business by informing you some facts. Rohit Sharma with 5 hundreds became the only batsman in the history to register 5 tons in a single edition of a World Cup Tournament surpassing the record of Kumar Sangakkara who scored

Afghanistan’s emotional journey comes to an end for this year’s World Cup while WI clinch a pride win

Such is the case with most of the people around the world that because of the activities of a particular group or an individual, we tend to judge the entire community to be bad or dangerous. The big-hearted Afghans throughout the tournament gave glimpses of brilliance, gave glimpses of their

On fire England make their point clear with a dominating win over NZ in World Cup’19

You can’t judge England team with just a few losses in between, they entered the campaign as favorites and they do remain the favorites till now without an iota of doubt. Also by defeating the unbeaten India and the strong NZ side dominantly after a string of losses just shows