World Cup

Mohit Sharma
5 Indian players who were part of World Cups but slowly faded away

These players, somehow, couldn't make it big after playing in the mega event.

Mahela Jayawardene
3 facts about the 2011 World Cup final one may not be aware of

In the joy of the moment, some crucial facts about the match might have gone unnoticed.

Mitchell Johnson
5 Players who won the World Cup without playing a single game

A player consistently performs well for at least four years to get a place in the mega-event-- World Cup.

Australia Women
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Best XI from the tournament

In the end, Australia showed their dominance and defended their title yet again.

MS Dhoni world cup winning six
What MS Dhoni did with his 2011 World Cup Final bat will make you respect him more

With all the raw emotions and memories instilled in it, the bat's value rose to a staggering amount.

Sachin Tendulkar
Holding the World Cup was the proudest moment of my life: Sachin Tendulkar after winning Laureus Award

Sachin also had an interaction with tennis great Boris Becker, who asked him about the feelings of holding the World Cup trophy after as many as two decades.

From a long-haired small-town boy to becoming the leader of Indian cricket- Reliving 15 magical years of MS Dhoni

Two moments that will best define the past ten years as far as Dhoni and Indian cricket is concerned are- Dhoni’s six to win the World Cup in 2011 and his heartwrenching run-out in the 2019 edition.

Kumar Sangakkara
10 most heartbreaking moments of the decade

The last 10 years had a lot of moments which made the fans shed tears.

Ravi Shastri
That was a bitter pill to swallow and hurt one and all: Ravi Shastri on India’s WC semi-final loss

According to Shastri, the departure from the World Cup was a bitter pill to swallow.

Virat Kohli
I believed that I would come not out, but that was my inner ego: Virat Kohli opens up on India’s WC semi-final loss

According to the Indian captain, deep down he'd believed that the team would need him to stand up in one of the games.