We take a look at the epic final of the last World Cup in 2011 between India and Sri Lanka on a lighter note. By Austin Coutinho
On this day back in 1996, the Sri Lankan cricket team set a record for the highest World Cup total when they posted 398 vs Zimbabwe. We take you back to previous editions of the most prestigious cricket tournament and look at some of the highest team totals in Cricket World Cups
5 years ago on this day in 2015, West Indies opening batsman Chris Gayle scored a brilliant double century, the fastest in a World Cup, during their clash against Zimbabwe in the ICC World Cup. Here's a look at other highest individual scores in ICC World Cups over the years.
Former Sri Lankan speedster Chaminda Vaas, who took a hat-trick at the 1999 World Cup, celebrates his birthday today. Let's look at other bowlers who have achieved the same feat on cricket's biggest stage.
Former Indian pacer, Venkatesh Prasad celebrates his 50th birthday on August 5, 2019. Here's a look at some very rare pictures of Venkatesh Prasad, during his golden years in the late 1990s
Touted as the best ever Cricket World Cup final, there were tears of joy in the English camp and tears of sorrow in the New Zealand camp at the end of the match played at Lord's. The two team were inseparable after 100 overs of cricket and it took a Super Over, which was also tied, to decide the winner — England crowned champions because they hit more boundaries than New Zealand during the match. See pictures. (Pic/ AFP)
As Mahendra Singh Dhoni celebrates his birthday today, we take a look at the ups and downs experienced by India's most successful Test skipper during his journey
As World Cup 2019 is in full flow, we showcase a series on 'Player to watch out for', in the upcoming match. West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell, who is all set to display his skills against Bangladesh on June 17, is the player we think will be the game-changer in the match. We showcase pictures of Andre Russell having a good time off the cricket-field with his wife Jassym Lora during vacations and lunch outings. Have a look. (Pics/ Andre Russell Instagram and Jassym Lora Instagram)
India thrashed Pakistan by 89 runs and it was a match to remember. The ground was a sea of blue with different kinds of Indian and Pakistani fans thronging the stadium. We take a look at some of the best moments from Old Trafford during the big clash. See pictures. (Pics/ AFP)
Team India practices at Manchester on a cloudy day ahead of the big India vs Pakistan clash. See exclusive pictures. (Pics- Harit N Joshi)
As World Cup 2019 is in full flow, we showcase a series on 'Player to watch out for', in the upcoming match. Australian batsman Shaun Marsh, who is all set to display his skills against Pakistan on June 12, 2019, after Marcus Stoinis got injured, is the player we think will be the game-changer in the match. We look at the cricketer's life off the pitch, where he loves to chill with his wife Rebecca (Pics/ Shaun Marsh Instagram)
As World Cup 2019 is in full flow, we showcase a series on 'Player to watch out for', in the upcoming match. Sri Lankan all-rounder Thisara Perera, who is all set to display his skills against Bangladesh on June 11, is the player we think will be the game-changer in the match. We look at the cricketer's life off the pitch, where he is an absolute romantic for his wife Sherami Perera (Pics/ Thisara Perera Instagram and Sherami Perera Instagram)
As World Cup 2011 champions India take on the formidable South Africa in the former's first World Cup 2019 match today, we track back the history between these two strong cricket teams
As we kickstart the World Cup 2019, we take a look at Pakistan's premier batsman Shoaib Malik, who will be critical to Pakistan's chances at the tournament. We look at the cricketer's life off the pitch, where he enjoys with his tennis superstar wife Sania Mirza. (Pics/ Shoaib Malik Instagram)
India's World Cup 2019 captain Virat Kohli along with other World Cup captains, including England's Eoin Morgan, Australia's Aaron Finch and West Indies' Jason Holder amongst others, met up with Queen Elizabeth on the eve of the opener.
The 1990s saw some of cricket's biggest names at the peak of their powers. As we brace ourselves for the upcoming World Cup 2019 which begins on May 30, we look back at that memorable era by looking back at the three World Cups held during the decade
The World Cup is the biggest platform for any cricketer to exhibit his talent. And, while many utilised the big stage to turn heroes, some others failed to make an impact. As the prestigious World Cup 2019 begins on May 30, we take a look at some stars who failed to shine on the big stage
The cricket World Cup has produced some brilliant performances by superstars of the game over the years. As we are on the brink of the 2019 Cricket World Cup (begins May 30), we take a look at some not so famous players who shone in the tournament in the past
While the Indian team players train hard ahead of their opening match in the World Cup 2019, they are also taking time out to have some fun and pull each other's legs. See pictures. (Pics/ Indian players' Instagram)
All eyes will be on the star batsmen when the World Cup 2019 begins on May 30, 2019. However, there are some who did not make a big impact in most appearances. Here is a unique selection of batsmen who have made the most number of ducks in World Cups. These gentlemen, while being quite good at their game, unfortunately, have the dubious distinction of having a record number of zeros in cricket's biggest tournament