Perform or perish, says PCB's new chief selector
Perform or perish, says PCB's new chief selector

Pakistan's new chief selector Haroon Rasheed on Monday issued a warning to the members of the national team that they had to either perform consistently or the selectors would look for replacements.

Virat Kohli the leader must play more responsibly: Erapalli Prasanna
Virat Kohli the leader must play more responsibly: Erapalli Prasanna

Virat Kohli is expected to captain India in all formats at some point but before that happens the star batsmen must start taking more responsibility towards his team, says spin great Erapalli Prasanna.

We need to focus on domestic cricket: Shahid Afridi
We need to focus on domestic cricket: Shahid Afridi

Flamboyant all-rounder Shahid Afridi has said that Pakistan need to focus and invest a lot in its domestic cricket in order to be able to compete in a rapidly changing game at the global level.

Spot and groom young bowlers to regain World Cup glory: Dilip Vengsarkar
Spot and groom young bowlers to regain World Cup glory: Dilip Vengsarkar

Providing a roadmap to win the next World Cup, scheduled in England in 2019, ex-India skipper Dilip Vengsarkar on Monday suggested that cricket authorities should spot a handful of young pace and spin bowlers and make them play in county cricket during the off season here.

Pakistan name Azhar Ali as one-day captain
Pakistan name Azhar Ali as one-day captain

Inexperienced top-order batsman Azhar Ali was on Monday named as the new Pakistan ODI captain in a surprise move by the cricket Board, succeeding Misbah-ul-Haq who retired from the 50-over format after the cricket World Cup.

President Mustafa Kamal threatens to reveal 'mischievous things' at ICC
President Mustafa Kamal threatens to reveal 'mischievous things' at ICC

The simmering row within the International Cricket Council took an ugly turn on Monday with its President Mustafa Kamal threatening to expose "mischievious" designs of some people who had denied him the "constitutional right" to hand over the Word Cup Trophy.

Sunil Gavaskar pins hope on current Indian players
Sunil Gavaskar pins hope on current Indian players

Sunil Gavaskar believes that the current Indian team is the one for future. The legendary batsman said that this young Indian team will only get better, according to a leading television channel.

Preparations for 2019 World Cup should start immediately: Chandu Borde
Preparations for 2019 World Cup should start immediately: Chandu Borde

India should start preparing for the 2019 World Cup in a diligent manner similar to the way in which the triumphant Australians did for the just-concluded edition, feels former Test cricketer and ex-chief selector Chandu Borde.

Yuvraj Singh appeals Indian fans to respect Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma’s personal lives
Yuvraj Singh appeals Indian fans to respect Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma’s personal lives

Discarded Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh on Sunday appealed the Indian cricket fans to respect the personal life of Indian vice-captain Virat Kohli who has been under the scanner since his failure in the semi-final match against Australia in ICC World Cup 2015.

World Cup 2015: Dynasty beckons for triumphant Australia
World Cup 2015: Dynasty beckons for triumphant Australia

Dark sunglasses were the order of the day for Australia`s triumphant cricket team on Monday as they paraded the World Cup trophy to hundreds of fans at a public reception after a night of heavy partying at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Top ten moments of 2015 Cricket World Cup

Finally, after six weeks of enthralling cricketing action, Australia won their fifth World Cup defeating co-hosts New Zealand in Melbourne.

ICC World Cup 2015: Rahul Dravid hails Virat Kohli's superb show Down Under
ICC World Cup 2015: Rahul Dravid hails Virat Kohli's superb show Down Under

Dismissing criticism against Virat Kohli for his early dismissal in the World Cup semifinal against Australia, former Indian cricket captain Rahul Dravid said barring the one blip, the star batsman has been sensational Down Under.

Shane Warne ribbed for `thirsty` World Cup questions
Shane Warne ribbed for `thirsty` World Cup questions

Cricket legend Shane Warne has come under fire for questioning Australian players on whether they were "thirsty" and how long their celebratory drinking session would last after they won the World Cup.

Cricket World cup 2015: The `goat` may have lost but New Zealand celebrates
Cricket World cup 2015: The `goat` may have lost but New Zealand celebrates

The New Zealand team has been dubbed a "goat" but in an endearing way as the country celebrated their appearance in the World Cup final rather than mourned the loss on Monday.

ICC World Cup 2015: Michael Clarke reveals Test aim after World Cup win
ICC World Cup 2015: Michael Clarke reveals Test aim after World Cup win

Australia captain Michael Clarke said his next target after winning the World Cup in his last one-day international on Sunday was to take his team back to the top of the Test rankings.

Four arrested for cricket betting in Kolkata
Four arrested for cricket betting in Kolkata

Four people were arrested here on Sunday in connection with a cricket betting racket, police said.

Cricket World Cup: Starc was a bit too good for me, confesses Brendon McCullum
Cricket World Cup: Starc was a bit too good for me, confesses Brendon McCullum

Who could have imagined at the start of the World Cup that in a batsman-dominated game, the player of the tournament would eventually be a fast bowler? Australia's Mitchell Starc showed that a bowler with the right pace and control can make a mark in cricket's biggest stage, even in conditions favouring willowers.

Jesse Ryder knocks out Kiwi blogger on eve of World Cup final in charity bout
Jesse Ryder knocks out Kiwi blogger on eve of World Cup final in charity bout

New Zealand big-hitting batsman Jesse Ryder was exchanging blows with a blogger on the eve of his nation's World Cup final against Australia and knocked him out in the opening round of a charity bout.

Waqar Younis says Pakistan need to develop 'all-round' youngsters
Waqar Younis says Pakistan need to develop 'all-round' youngsters

Pakistan incumbent cricket team coach Waqar Younis has stressed the need to develop players with all-round abilities in order to excel at premier events following their topsy-turvy World Cup campaign.