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2019 World Cup: Lessons learnt from India's first warm-up game against New Zealand

The Indian team received a timely wake-up call in their first 2019 World Cup warm-up game against New Zealand on Saturday. The side suffered a six-wicket defeat, as the batsmen faltered under marginally overcast conditions.

The team management looked to experiment in the game, as was evident on multiple occasions. Hardik Pandya was sent at number five, while Jasprit Bumrah, who conceded only two runs in his first four overs, was never given the ball again in the innings.

Copa America: Messi goes missing as Rodriguez leads Colombia to win over Argentina

James Rodriguez got the best of Lionel Messi in the Copa America on Saturday, leading Colombia to a 2-0 win over Argentina in the teams' debut in the ...

2019 World Cup, India vs Pakistan: Key battles to look out for in Manchester

It's the contest for continental supremacy played on a global stage. It's the mini-title game of the World Cup group stage for more than 1 billion peo...

World Cup 2019: India to take on arch-rivals Pakistan today

Manchester: The most anticipated fixture at the group stage in the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will take place when India take on arch-rivals P...

Joe Root scores his second century of 2019 World Cup in match-winning innings against Windies

Joe Root scored his second century of 2019 World Cup against West Indies in the group stage game at Southampton.Root took 93 balls to reach his 16th O...