Former Indian Cricket team captain Sourav Ganguly, Harsha Bhogle and Sanjay Manjrekar are the three Indians named in the ICC list of commentators for Cricket World Cup 2019 (CWC 2019), beginning from May 30 in England & Wales. The International Cricket Council (ICC), the game's governing and regulating body, announced a list comprising of 30 names who make up the commentary team for the upcoming Cricket World Cup. ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule in PDF: Ticket Prices, Dates, Venue Details & Timetable Available for Download Online.
The ICC list of commentators for CWC 2019 also includes the name of former Australian Michael Clarke, who will be making his debut as a commentator at the Cricket World Cup, along with other established names like Nasser Hussain, Ian Bishop, Graeme Smith, Michael Atherton and Wasim Akram. Schedule of Team India at ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: List of Indian Team’s Matches, Time Table, Date, Venue and Squad Details.
ICC Tweeted a Video of the Commentators From its Twitter Handle. Check the Tweet Below:
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— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) May 16, 2019
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Full List of Commentators at the World Cup:
Harsha Bhogle, Nasser Hussain, Sanjay Manjrekar, Sourav Ganguly, Ian Bishop, Michael Clarke, Melanie Jones, Kumar Sangakkara, Michael Atherton, Alison Mitchell, Brendon McCullum, Graeme Smith, Wasim Akram, Shaun Pollock, Mark Nicholas, Michael Holding, Isa Guha, Pommie Mbangwa, Sanjay Manjrekar, Harsha Bhogle, Simon Doull, Ian Smith, Ramiz Raja, Athar Ali Khan, Ian Ward, Michael Slater and others. Watch the ICC Video on commentators Here.
“The whole of England and Wales is buzzing with excitement in anticipation of the massive summer of cricket ahead. This edition of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup promises to be the most entertaining one yet and I cannot wait to be part of this event broadcast and witness history in the making, first hand,” said former England captain and renowned commentator Nasser Hussain, on England hosting the major tournament after 20 years.