A World Cup dominated by left-arm seamers and No. 3 batsmen
Batting first was no longer a curse in World Cup 2019, while spinners generally didn't have much to celebrate. These and other stats highlights from the tournament
'Did that just happen? Is that real? And then it hits you' - Williamson on the final
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson says the reality of losing the World Cup in a such a tight game hit him "in waves"
From Super Bowl to World Cup, Julie and Zach Ertz stay connected
Often apart but connected by FaceTime, the soccer star and her NFL husband revel when their busy schedules align -- like at the World Cup in France.
Eoin Morgan has earned the right to decide his own future - Andrew Strauss
Strauss said that vice-captain Jos Buttler would be a "very strong candidate" to succeed Morgan if he chose to step down
Ben Stokes' character stood out after Bristol incident - Andrew Strauss
Director of cricket recalls trip to police station, and how the incident would prove a good thing for England star
Who bowled the most dot balls in the 2019 World Cup?
He ended up on the winning side... just about
'If you'd said four years ago I'd be a World Cup winner now, I might not have believed you'
Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Eoin Morgan and other England players recount the thrilling World Cup final at Lord's
Nine better ways of deciding the World Cup winner
Cos a boundaries count sucks
Vettori, Swann, Agarkar and Kartik pick their World Cup XI
Kane Williamson to lead, Alex Carey to keep wicket and a surprise No.3
Why count boundaries to determine who wins a World Cup? Here are three better ways
It is shameful that an all-time classic final left a sour taste in viewers' mouths because of the way the winner was determined
A surreal match that pushed the boundaries
An India fan had hopes of seeing his team lift the World Cup at Lord's. Instead he lived through the disappointment and delirium of a match for the ages
The World Cup on social media
How Twitter and Instagram told the story of the tournament
'You are looking for a run' - Gutted New Zealand try to make sense of the unbelievable
A few hours of sleep did not make things any easier for New Zealand, but their grace and dignity remained one of the overriding images
#PoliteEnquiries: Did the best team in the World Cup win the tournament?
George Dobell and Melinda Farrell wrap up the ICC Cricket World Cup answering your questions in #PoliteEnquiries.
Whuddathunkit ... it's Liam Plunkett, in the Middle Overs, with the Cross-Seam Delivery
Who'd have thought Liam Plunkett Bowling Cross-Seam In The Middle Overs could become a thing?
'I didn't enjoy the match at all until the very end' - Wood
Mark Wood revealed the mixed emotions he endured in the closing stages of the World Cup final as he watched from beyond the boundary
Sharing World Cup 'something that should be considered' - New Zealand coach
Kane Williamson says it was "a real shame that the tournament was decided in the way it was" after defeat on boundary countback
Umpires made 'error of judgement' with overthrows - Taufel
The former umpire said only five runs should have been rewarded to England for the overthrow that hit Ben Stokes' bat and ran to the boundary
'No question that Archer would bowl that last over' - Trevor Bayliss
Trevor Bayliss reflects on England's sensational Super Over saying Jofra Archer was the perfect man for the occasion.
Legacy-maker Ben Stokes shows what he deserves to be remembered for
Stokes has dark days. But he has climbed back up and, on the biggest occasions, when his team need him most, it was Stokes who always his hand up
Six other close (and controversial) ODI finishes
Was the World Cup final the greatest ODI? Here are some other candidates in the thrilling finish stakes
World Cup final viewing figures compete with 2005 Ashes after free-to-air return
The final, which was simulcast by Sky and Channel 4, was the first England game on free-to-air TV since the 2005 Ashes
Look ma, no fingernails
Astonishing, unprecedented, lucky, smart, brilliant, unlucky, flattering, faltering, preposterous - the World Cup final was all that and more
England ride their World Cup luck for perfect day that may yet save tomorrow
With nothing less than the future of English cricket at stake, an extraordinary final helped reconnect the masses with the country's summer sport
Most dramatic moments of the World Cup final
Everything you need to see from the final overs of the most dramatic final in World Cup history