Relive one of the most pulsating matches at last year’s World Cup where the West Indies fell just short of beating New Zealand at Old Trafford.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes has been nominated for the New Zealander of the Year award.
All-rounder Ben Stokes didn’t want the runs gathered from the controversial overthrows awarded to England during Sunday’s World Cup final win over New Zealand, according to Test teammate James Anderson.
Former England director of cricket Andrew Strauss has heralded all-rounder Ben Stokes’ ability to rise above the negativity associated with 2017’s brawl outside a nightclub in Bristol.
Test captain Joe Root is confident England’s solid stretch of form during the World Cup will yield positive results during the Ashes series later this year.
Former batsman Kevin Pietersen has implored England to remember the role ex-director of cricket Andrew Strauss played en route to triumph in Sunday’s victory over New Zealand in the World Cup final.
England and Wales Cricket Board director of cricket Ashley Giles has defended Sunday’s controversial victory over New Zealand in the World Cup final at Lord’s in London.
New Zealand head coach Gary Stead has suggested the World Cup be shared, if 100 overs of standard play can’t decide a winner in future finals.
Former Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne has insisted England deserved to win the World Cup, but New Zealand were the better team in the final.
Former England captain Ian Botham has implored England to name opening batsman Jason Roy in the squad for the Ashes series later this year.
Fast bowler Jofra Archer relished the support of teammates after playing a key role in England’s victory over New Zealand in Sunday’s World Cup final at Lord’s in London.
The World Cup showed why cricket needs to update its laws if it wants to continue to appeal to fans, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Former international umpire Simon Taufel has conceded England should have been awarded five runs, not six, after the ball ricocheted off all-rounder Ben Stokes’ bat – and to the boundary – during Sunday’s World Cup final against New Zealand at Lord’s in London.
Captain Eoin Morgan emerged patriotic and proud after England beat New Zealand in World Cup’s final at Lord’s on Sunday.
Captain Kane Williamson humbly accepted the peculiar circumstances of Sunday’s defeat by England in the World Cup final at Lord’s in London.