The Aegis South Zone tournament in Bengaluru was struck by tragedy as Karnataka cricketer Hoysala K, aged 34, succumbed to...
England's defeat has severely dented their semifinal prospects. Opting to bat first, they managed only 156 runs in 33.2 overs, diminishing their chances.
Maxwell's breathtaking century (106 off 44 balls) demolished the Dutch attack, setting the World Cup record for the fastest century in just 40 balls.
Afghanistan's impressive win over England was followed by a humbling 149-run loss to New Zealand in a one-sided World Cup match.
Australia bowled out Sri Lanka for 209 in 43.3 overs, then chased it down with 215/5 in 35.2 overs, with a brief rain interruption.
Rohit Sharma makes history with seven World Cup centuries, surpassing Sachin Tendulkar's record.
Afghanistan, batting first, reached 112/5 in 18.2 overs before persistent rain interrupted play at Zhejiang University Cricket Field, preventing a restart.
Rain halted the India-Pakistan Asia Cup showdown after 24.1 overs, moving the game to a reserve day with India at 147-2.