The final of the 2019 World Cup between England and New Zealand was decided on the boundary countback rule, and it has sparked debates on social media.
Throughout the tournament, we saw the standards of catching reach a new high, with the players stunning the fans and experts alike with incredible athleticism.
It had been daunting, but we, with an acknowledgement of being unfair to some, pick the top-5 deliveries of the tournament.
The 2019 World Cup will see a new taker for the first time in 23 years, and both, England and New Zealand, will aim to get into the record books on July 14.
Starting the tournament with a bang to an undefeated streak, New Zealand's world was turned upside down and nearly were out of contention for the semis spot, but it was the NRR that saved them.
India brought their A-game in all the contests and secured 15 points to secure a semifinal qualification for the seventh time in their World Cup history.
Trent Boult may not have been among the best in the business, but give him the suitable conditions, and he can wreak havoc, whereas India boast of a HIT-MAN who is in prime form at the moment.
Mohammed Shami has taken 8 wickets in two World Cup games so far since coming into the side for an injured Bhuvneshwar Kumar.
As Mohammed Shami became the second Indian bowler to achieve the iconic feat, we talk to the one who began it all - the first ever to take a World Cup hattrick, Chetan Sharma.
Shikhar Dhawan has been ruled out of the World Cup, and Rishabh Pant has been drafted in the squad. What does that mean for India's future in the tournament?
Historically, Pakistan has been one of India's fiercest rivals on a cricket pitch. But are they anymore? Is it really a competition for superiority?
As India and Pakistan meet for the seventh time in the World Cup on June 16 in Manchester, we take a look at the history of the games between the two nations.
Cricket will remember Yuvraj Singh as a flamboyant batsman who could easily be the game-changer on his day.
Yuzvendra Chahal caught the Proteas in a web of spin in India's opener, as he ended up with 4 wickets.
Imran Tahir has created World Cup history, and Bairstow became the only second player after former Indian coach John Wright to make a unique record.
Every edition of the World Cup has had a fair share of drama, and we take a look at some of the significant incidents which stirred controversy in the history of the World Cup.
The Virat Kohli-led India side experimented in the first 2019 World Cup warm-up game against New Zealand but the results were far from satisfactory as they went down by 6 wickets at The Oval.
The Indian top-order will need to fire in England for India to score big in batting friendly conditions at the 2019 World Cup.
There were many big names who carried hopes for their sides at the beginning of the season, but failed to shoulder responsibility. Let’s take a look at eleven players who disappointed in this season of IPL.
MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings reached yet another IPL final, and will take on arch-rivals Mumbai Indians in a riveting showdown for the trophy.
Delhi Capitals have been the revelation of IPL 2019 with a brilliant brand of cricket, complimented by a level-headed management.
Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad will take each other on to set the showdown with CSK for a place in the final. But what factors could lead to their collapse in the eliminator?
Chennai Super Kings have the home advantage, but records favour Rohit Sharma's Mumbai Indians in the Qualifier 1 at Chepauk.