World Cup 2003
Ricky Ponting made the 2003 final against a resurgent India a no contest with one of the finest batting displays in World Cup history
Producer: Arya Yuyutsu
- Players/Officials : Ricky Ponting
A round up of cricket news from 18th July | Jul 19, 2018
Keshav Maharaj hopes South Africa bounce back in the second Test versus Sri Lanka | Jul 18, 2018
The Talking T20 crew chat with Venky Mysore about IPL, CPL, drafts versus auctions, and what India's young cricketers will gain from playing in overseas leagues | Jul 18, 2018
Melinda Farrell and Deep Dasgupta wonder if India need to take more yo-yo tests ahead of the Test series | Jul 18, 2018
Top stories from around the world in our round up | Jul 17, 2018
Ravi Bopara explains to the Match Day team why Joe Root is so valuable to the England one-day side | Jul 17, 2018
England captain says the side's ability to adapt to new challenges bodes well for their World Cup campaign | Jul 17, 2018
VVS Laxman worries about the lack of alternative pace options available to the India bowling attack | Jul 17, 2018
The Match Day team were surprised to see India so comfortably beaten after impressing in the first ODI | Jul 17, 2018
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Pakistan won their only World Cup to date thanks to a stand-out performance by pacer Wasim Akram
Australia clinched the first World Cup played outside England thanks to a sturdy knock by David Boon to set up a win against the more fan...
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