New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham took a hilarious dig at the International Cricket Council (ICC) after cricket’s governing body, on Monday, announced that the controversial boundary rule that declared England 2019 Cricket World Cup winners will no more be used. The 2019 World Cup final was tied after both teams faced 50 overs, and the situation was same even after the Super Over, as both teams scored same number of runs. However, England were declared winners, having hit more boundaries.
Having eased their way to victory in the first ODI at Sydney, Australia came up with an even more comprehensive effort to clinch the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy at Canberra. The Aussies had clearly gained some confidence from their triumph on Sunday
Hashim Amla roared back to form after a lean spell, with a hard fought century as South Africa got the better of New Zealand by 20 runs in the first ODI of the series at SuperSport Park in Centurion. Amla made 124, his 21st ODI century
The Second and Final Test at Wellington ended in a draw as expected. Virat Kohli scored his 6th Test century as a consolation for India in an otherwise disappointing tour of New Zealand. In 5 ODIs and 2 Tests, India could not post a single win.