We learnt one important lesson from the Cricket World Cup, which concluded in such superlatively dramatic fashion at Lord's last Sunday (July 14). Or we should have.
It seemed highly appropriate that Sunday's (July 14) Cricket World Cup final should virtually be decided on a run out.
The Wimbledon men's singles final came out on top in the British sport ratings war on Sunday (July 14) – with a peak audience of 9.6 million watching Serbia's Novak Djokovic and Switzerland's Roger Federer produce a classic encounter.
I’d like to start with an apology to my neighbours for the audible expletives which emanated from my living room yesterday as my Sky box decided the last over of England’s run chase in the Cricket World Cup final was the perfect time to stop working.
New Zealand reached the final of the International Cricket Council Men's World Cup as they survived a late rally from India's middle-order and held their nerve to complete a thrilling 18-run victory at Old Trafford in Manchester.