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  • BCB’s reception ceremony for Tigers’s today

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) host a warm reception to the National Cricket Team for their brilliant performance in the recently concluded Cricket World Cup 2015 through a function in the city’s Manik Mia Avenue.

  • Rubel Hossain

    Rubel among top ten bowling performances in World Cup

    Bangladesh pacer Rubel Hossain gets him among the top 10 who performed the best in bowling attacks during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 at Australia and New Zealand.

  • Bangladesh supporter

    World Cup parodies

    The Cricket World Cup of 2015 generated tremendous public interest as it created more spoofs than any previous World Cup. The

  • New Zealand's Daniel Vettori

    Vettori announces his retirement

    Daniel Vettori has confirmed his retirement from international cricket, declaring that the World Cup final against Australia was his last game for New Zealand.

  • Kumar Sangakkara

    Blazing Brendon, Sensational Starc

    The 2015 World Cup saw a paradigm shift in ODI scoring patterns, a few records broken, and a spirited display from the Associates

  • Legal notice seeks BCB action on ICC umpires

    A legal notice is served to BCB requesting them to lodge an appeal with the ICC seeking punishment of the umpires for their decisions in World Cup match between Bangladesh and India

  • God of cricket

    After Australia's victory on Sunday, when Mark Nicholas read out the names of those on the dais, ICC chairman N Srinivasan was

  • tigers

    The rising tigers

    Mushfiqur Rahim is the fourth wicketkeeper to have scored a fifty and effected four or more dismissals in a World Cup match. The three

  • Highs, Lows & Looking Back

    It's over. After 44 days of endless cricket dose -- involving 14 of the best cricket-playing nations and 48 matches to savour, cricket

  • Baz skipper of ICC XI

    Brendon McCullum has been named captain of the ICC's team of the tournament. The team was announced yesterday.The selection panel

  • Warne ribbed for 'thirsty' remark

    Cricket legend Shane Warne has come under fire for questioning Australian players on whether they were "thirsty" and how long their

  • One-sided wins & Tigers' time under the sun

    This was a one-sided World Cup. Period. Let's keep room for no ifs and buts with regards to this issue.

  • These Kiwis are GOAT

    The New Zealand team has been dubbed a "goat" but in an endearing way as the country celebrated their appearance in the World Cup

  • A little hangover for Clarke's Oz

    Australia lauded its World Cup winning team Monday for a "fairytale" victory on home soil over New Zealand, with praise heaped on

  • STEPHEN FLEMING: Five overs that cost New Zealand the chance of glory

    Former New Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming reflects on the five overs that cost New Zealand the chance of glory in the ICC Cricket World Cup final

  • Australian players

    The Six Moments that sealed the World Cup for Australia

    It was the battle of trans-Tasman neighbours, the show down between a four-time tournament winner and a team playing in its maiden final

  • Wave of outcry over CWC trophy handover

    A wave of outcry spread through the mainstream and social media across world after ICC chairman handed over the World Cup trophy to the winning captain sidelining its president

  • No Bangladeshi in ICC’s World Cup Team 2015

    Despite being on the topic of discussions, no Bangladeshi player found his place in the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) World Cup Team of 2015 released today.

  • Fan Zone

    Shenali Fernando: Somewhere out there Phil's watching, must be so proud of Australia. Tough luck for NZ, but they had an amazing

  • World Cup Cocktail

    One fan is making a 34,000km round trip from London in less than four days. Gerard Walsh, chairman of the London New Zealand

  • MR. EFFICIENT

    After the fall of the third wicket the Black Caps took a breather and decided to stitch a patient partnership. Grant Elliot and Ross Taylor

  • MCG coloured yellow & black

    One of the world's greatest sporting cities was gripped by cricket fever on Sunday as co-hosts Australia and New Zealand faced off in

  • Dedicated to Hughes

    Australia captain Michael Clarke dedicated Sunday's World Cup final triumph to Phillip Hughes, the teammate who died after being hit

  • PM prefers final over funeral

    New Zealand Prime Minister John Key believes he has made the right decision to be in Melbourne for the Cricket World Cup final on

  • What They Say

    Here are some of the best tweets after Australia beat New Zealand in the final at the MCG yesterday.

  • Defying trend in a Starc way

    At a World Cup dominated by batsmen and huge scores, it was an old-fashioned fast bowler who ultimately played the biggest role in Australia's success.

  • Kiwis lost it with McCullum

    This was not how the script was supposed to run for Brendon McCullum, the personification of the aggressive cricket that had taken

  • Whack 0 Meter

    Whack 0 Meter

  • Man of Steel

    Talk about battling against pressure. This was Michael Clarke's last ODI; this was the World Cup final; and this was a man who was yet to

  • Taking back what's theirs

    The record 93,000-plus crowd in attendance at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday erupted in joy the moment retiring Australia

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