The International Cricket Council (ICC) has reprimanded Australian Shane Watson and Pakistani Wahab Riaz for violating the ICC’s Code of Conduct during the World Cup quarter-final at the Adelaide Oval on Friday.
Josh Hazlewood tormented the Pakistan batting taking the man-of-the-match award even as Steve Smith and Shane Watson played gritty knocks helping Australia overcome Wahab Riaz’s passionate, high-adrenaline fire to win by six wickets in the World Cup quarter-final at the Adelaide Oval.
Former Australian batsman Mike Hussey who is a part of the television commentary team for the 2015 World Cup struck a conversation with Cricket World’s Chetan Narula sharing his thoughts on the tournament.
Glenn Maxwell blazed away to his first century as Australia deposited enough in the bank to defeat Sri Lanka by 64 runs in the Pool A World Cup game at the Sydney Cricket Ground, in spite of a scintillating chase led by Kumar Sangakkara.
David Warner scored a smashing daddy hundred as Australia put up an intimidating batting performance to defeat Afghanistan by a mammoth 275 runs at WACA, Perth, the biggest margin of victory in World Cup matches.
Australian captain Michael Clarke refuses to entertain the notion that his team are distracted, making it clear that the players are extremely focused ahead of the game against Afghanistan in Perth on Wednesday.
Former Australian spinner and double World Cup winner, Brad Hogg is very impressed with India’s performance in the showpiece event and thinks the defending champions are now the favourites to lift the cup.