NZ beat IND by 18 runs | New Zealand vs India, Highlights And Cricket Score 1st Semi Final ODI Match
ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019Date: Jul 09, 2019 Start Time: 15:00 IST | 09:30 GMT | 10:30 Local
Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester
England lifted their maiden World Cup trophy by virtue of scoring more boundaries after CWC 2019 final remained unsolved despite going into super-overs. The final between England and New Zealand remained tied after 50 overs and it was the same when super-over came to an end.
The CWC 2019 final which is currently underway at the Lord’s Cricket Stadium between New Zealand and England witnessed a streaker who attempted to invade the pitch during the game. A lady named Elena Vulitsky was seated at the sidelines of the ground and attempted to invade the pitch but before she could enter the security guard obstructed her
Dinesh Karthik appeared at the Centre Court to watch the men’s singles semi-final clash at Wimbledon 2019 between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. But it did not go down well with the fans, who hit back at him for going to SW19 just two days after India’s heart-breaking semi-final defeat to NZ in CWC 2019.
The finals of the CWC 2019 currently underway at the Lord’s cricket Stadium between New Zealand and England is turning out to the really an interesting contest. Lockie Ferguson and Jimmy Neesham gave a much need-break through to team New Zealand as the duo got the wicket of England captain Eoin Morgan.
England set themselves a 242-run target to lift their first World Cup trophy in their cricketing history after three-wickets haul from Chris Woakes and Liam Plunkett restricted New Zealand to 241/8 after the latter won the toss and opted to bat first in the final of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
On numerous occasions during the CWC 2019, the substandard umpiring has come under the scanner. The finals of the CWC 2019 which is currently underway at the Lord’s Cricket Ground between England and New Zealand, was no different. There were a series of bad decisions made by the umpires Kumar Dharamsena and Marais Erasmus.
After losing a vital wicket of New Zealand captain Kane Williamson, New Zealand loses yet another wicket of Henry Nicholls who got out after scoring a half-century during the finals of the CWC 2019 which is currently underway at the Lord’s Cricket Ground.
New Zealand and England are in the finals of the CWC 2019. After winning the toss the Kiwis elected to bat first and lost an early wicket in form of Martin Guptill who got LBW on 19. New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson pipped Sri Lanka’s Mahela Jayawardena
It’s the summit clash between England and New Zealand at the CWC 2019 and by the end of the day, we will have a new winner of the tournament. Now, on the eve of the finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, an out of the box delivery, grabbed the attention of the netizens and set the tongues wagging as a few men with a parachute was seen floating across the Lord’s Cricket Stadium and landed there to deliver the ball for the game.
The official Twitter handle of the Cricket World Cup 2019, tweeted a video of the charismatic bowler who has impressed one and all with his pace and accuracy. The 24-year-old's searing bouncers and sheer pace has troubled batsmen including the likes of Hashim Amla, Alex Carrey, MS Dhoni and others.
As New Zealand and England gear up to play the final battle to lift ICC World Cup 2019 title, ICC shared some photos of their dressing room at Lords. The official account of Cricket World Cup shared two posts which gave insights of the dressing rooms shared by the Kane Williamson's team and Eoin Morgan's side.
Kevin Pietersen has predicted the result of the summit clash. According to Pietersen, Eoin Morgan's men will find it rather easy against the Black Caps to win their first World Cup trophy at Lord's.
The finals of the CWC 2019 is here and we have England and New Zeland locking horns with each other for the coveted trophy. The mouth-watering clash between the two teams will be held at the Lord’s Cricket Ground and by the end of the day, we will know who walks away with the honour for the first time.
England opener Jonny Bairstow hit the Gray Nicolls stores inside the Lords Stadium to get the shoulder of his favourite bat repaired after slight damage. Bairstow was seen having a short discussion with the shop operator and no sooner did Bairstow leave the store
India's Jasprit Bumrah has emerged as the leading pacer across formats in last two-three years. His pin-point accuracy and ability to strike at any moment of the game has taken him to the pinnacle of the rankings.