According to the experts, umpire should have awarded five runs instead of six when Ben Stokes accidentally diverted Martin Guptill's throw to the third man boundary as he attempted to scamper back for a second run in the last of England's initial 50 overs.
Street in Wales is officially recognised as steepest on the planet
When he looked into it further, he realised the street's measurements were steeper than its New Zealand counterpart. BRITAIN has added insult to injury by taking another coveted crown from New Zealand - the world's steepest street .
Huge Fire Causes Evacuation of Croatian Music Festival
A music festival in Croatia has been evacuated after a massive forest fire caused chaos for thousands of music fans. Video posted to social media shows revellers leaving the festival site as the forest fire blazed in the background.
Thomas Tuchel confirms Neymar has asked to leave PSG
The 27-year-old returned from Brazil after hosting the world finals of his Neymar Jr.'s Five on the weekend in his home town. Neymar reaffirmed his preference to leave Paris Saint-Germain during a short meeting with Leonardo.
Also, the tweet by Indian captain Virat Kohli thanking the fans and his heart-warming gesture towards 87-year-old die-hard India fan Charulata Patel took all users on an endearing trip, making it the most retweeted tweet of #CWC19. Jasprit Bumrah (India) Hailed by former New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum as "the best all-format bowler" in world cricket, Bumrah personified precision, hitting consistent lines and lengths with the efficiency of a metronome.
Also, Root and Williamson failed to surpass Sachin Tendulkar's record (673 runs) of most runs scored in any single edition of the World Cup, something that Rohit Sharma has already done. Ben Stokes (England) The England all-rounder set the tournament on fire with his breathtaking catch to dismiss Andile Phehlukwayo in the opener against South Africa, after a match-defining innings of 89 earlier in the day. After all, he managed what even the great Ian Botham failed to achieve in Australia in 1992.
The Australia pair of Steve Smith and wicketkeeper Alex Carey have gained two places each to reach the 29th and 32nd position, respectively. The three pacers in Tendulkar's World Cup XI are Mitchell Starc, Jofra Archer and Bumrah.