WORLD CUP SEMI FINALS
MCC to review WC final overthrow incident in September
The WCC felt that the Law was clear but the matter will be reviewed by the Laws sub-committee in September 2019.
Tearful Serena retires injured in Toronto final
Andreescu consolidated an early break to move 3-1 up at which point Williams went to her chai...
Flashback 1990: When the world witnessed 17-year-old Sachin Tendulkar's first Test ton
BCCI and ICC took to Twitter to share an image of the ...
Aishwarya Pissay, first-ever Indian to win FIM Bajas, likes to sketch when not racing
The racer made history as she won the FIM World Cup with 65 points in Hungary.
Women’s cricket at the 2022 Commonwealth Games: A leap forward
The success of women’s cricket at the 2022 Commonwealth Games could pave way for a shot at winning the holy sporting grail.
International Tennis Federation content with Islamabad security plan, but Indian players want neutral venue
The overall security risk rating for Pakistan has not changed, however, we will continue to monitor the situation closely with our advisors.
Hashim Amla: All-format specialist
Member of the elite club of batsmen with 25 or more centuries in both Tests and ODIs, Hashim Amla will be remembered for his grace both on and off the pitch.
India vs New Zealand semis sets digital viewership record
Continuing the TV viewership records, England's win over India at Edgbaston was the most watched cricket match within the United Kingdom across any format, since 2006.
England hammer Australia to reach first World Cup final since 1992
With Glenn Maxwell (22) and Pat Cummins too departing early, a stranded Smith got much needed help from Mitchell Starc (29 off 36) as the duo shared a 51-run stand to push the total past 200.
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