Afghanistan's Shapoor Zadran treated us to one of the enduring images of the 2015 Cricket World Cup with a mad, emotionally charged 50m dash.
2015 Cricket World Cup
Bangladesh waited nearly 30 years and 296 one-day matches for their chance to grace the storied Melbourne Cricket Ground but failed to live up to the occasion, with an abominable fielding display in their 92-run World Cup loss to Sri Lanka.
Daniel Vettori put on his Captain Sensible hat today, amid all the kerfuffle about Saturday's World Cup game between New Zealand and Australia assuming massive historic proportions.
Afghanistan have taken advantage of helpful conditions to restrict Scotland to a score of 210 in their World Cup match in Dunedin today.
Scotland captain Preston Mommsen is hoping the conditions will favour his side for today's Pool A World Cup match against Afghanistan at the University Oval.
Gary Wilson and Kevin O'Brien struck brisk half-centuries as Ireland held their nerve to clinch a thrilling two-wicket victory in their World Cup Pool B match against United Arab Emirates in Brisbane on Wednesday.
Who knows how many bullets were fired skyward in celebration when Afghanistan beat Kenya to qualify for the 2015 World Cup?
Chris Gayle rediscovered his mojo in spectacular fashion on Tuesday with the first World Cup double-century to drive West Indies to a 73-run victory over Zimbabwe in their Pool B clash at Manuka Oval.
Shane Watson took a battering at Eden Park in Australian training yesterday ... before he faced a delivery.
It took six words for New Zealand coach Mike Hesson to yesterday disarm the argument about the threat of Australia's muscular fast bowling battery.
New Zealand are expecting Australia to come at them with a two-pronged attack in the clutch World Cup clash at Eden Park on Saturday -- batting and bowling, and also plenty of verbals.
New Zealand almost wasted a superb bowling effort to bumble their way to a three-wicket victory over Scotland in their cricket World Cup Pool A match in Dunedin today.
India's vibrant performance in cleaning up South Africa in Melbourne on Sunday night has doubtless rejigged the betting markets for the World Cup.
Man of the match Moeen Ali probably summed up the England mood after they got on the board with a 119-run win over Scotland at Hagley Oval yesterday.
England completed a clinical 119-run victory over Scotland in their cricket World Cup Pool A match at Hagley Oval on Monday to record their first win in the tournament.
The man who took a spectacular but disputed catch in the stands during Friday's epic Black Caps performance won't win a share of the Catch a Million jackpot, a brewery confirmed today.