International Cricket Council (ICC) president Mustafa Kamal announced his resignation on Wednesday, accusing colleagues within the game's global body of acting 'unlawfully'.
Former Pakistan cricket captain Shahid Afridi has found his 'Mauka (chance)', and grabbed it as well. The flamboyant all-rounder who announced his retirement from ODIs after World Cup 2015 has poked fun at Dhoni's boys - that too while invoking India's popular 'Mauka, Mauka' ad campaign.
According to the Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority, stands I, J and K, which can accommodate nearly 12,000 spectators, are unauthorised.
Veteran spinner Daniel Vettori returned home to New Zealand on Tuesday and confirmed what he had hinted at last week - the Cricket World Cup final against Australia was his last match for New Zealand.
Virat Kohli remained the highest-placed Indian batsman at fourth place even as Shikhar Dhawan rose a rung to sixth in the latest ICC ODI rankings issued on Tuesday. Among the bowlers, Umesh Yadav has broken into the top 20 for the first time in his career.
Pakistan's cricket chiefs Monday named batsman Azhar Ali as the national side's new one-day international captain, despite the fact he has not made the 50-over team in more than two years.
The bat didn't always beat the ball and you needn't be disappointed about Team India: here are five lessons that this cricket World Cup taught us.
No Indian cricketer has found a place in the ICC's World Cup XI despite the Indian team making it to the semifinals of the event. The team is dominated by runners-up New Zealand rather than champions Australia with Black Caps skipper Brendon McCullum as its captain.
Michael Clarke raised his bat to acknowledge the massive crowd, and nodded to a fallen teammate he credited for inspiring Australia's run to a fifth World Cup title that culminated with an emphatic win over New Zealand.
Months after being labelled 'soft' by one of Australia's cricket greats and being dropped from Australia's Test XI, Mitchell Starc has been deservedly voted the Player of the World Cup.
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum said he had no regrets after 'one hell of a ride' at the World Cup came to an end with a seven-wicket defeat by Australia in Sunday's final in Melbourne.
Borrowing from football and mangling a Gary Linekar line: ODI cricket is a simple game. Twenty-two play and at the end, the Australians win.
The seven-wicket win over New Zealand at the MCG on Sunday is a story of a comeback people will take for granted, especially because the team is Australia.
Australia captain Michael Clarke dedicated Sunday's World Cup final triumph to Phillip Hughes, the team-mate who died after being hit on the head by a bouncer last year. A record crowd of 93,013 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground saw power-packed Australia bowl out the Black Caps for 183 and then gallop to victory in the 34th over. Clarke, who announced his retirement from the one-day format on the eve of the final, added 112 runs for the third wicket with his likely successor Steve Smith, who returned unbeaten on 56.
Having guided Australia to the 2015 World Cup title, captain Michael Clarke on Sunday described his last day in ODI cricket in an interview with HT's Nilankur Das.