Read this on Cricinfo and cannot help but agree.
There is an aphorism in football that holds true across regions, decades, events, big-game nights: 22 men go out to play and the Germans win. Here's the cricket version: 22 men go to out to play a World Cup final and the Australians win.
The final was more or less decided the moment McCullum stumps were rattled in the first over.
I was very disappointed and memories of Johannesburg 2003 surfaced once again.
But hats off to the Kiwis for lighting up the tournament with their aggressive brand of cricket. You did it 1992 and did it again 2015. Perhaps you should host the event every 12 years
papamike51 wrote: I just started learning cricket, it's a fascinating game. But i have no idea who is playing in the tourneys.
In the U.S., cricket is not a big sport at all.
You can call it a refined version of baseball
No wonder it's called a gentleman's game (but not when the Aussies are playing it).