Cricket Craze and Live Scores
It is cricket craze that dominates all sports. And it is the world of cricketers and cricket-fans. Well, no other sport has gained much fanfare as this eleven-player per team game. An approaching international match or 20-20 or test match will see booking of tickets till the concerned stadium gets jam-packed and cricket fans glued to the television to watch the game and view cricket score live. Office goers who cannot take an off, browse through the Internet every now and then to have a glimpse of the live cricket scoreboard in addition to watching cricket news live in an online news platform, 먹튀.
The origin of the game of cricket can be traced back to the 16th century London (England); test cricket started from 1877 and international level matches from the year 1944. The status of cricket reached its zenith with the introduction of the World Cup in the year 1975; the game became an obsession for many. Today the popularity of the game can be noticed more in the sub-continent nations rather than England. Be it world cup or a state level match, the web is the busy fan’s source to viewing live cricket scores and cricket news live. It was under the captaincy of Kapil Dev that India won the World Cup in the year 1983.
As per cricket news live, the third day of the second test match between Sri Lanka and India witnessed the former country being bowled out for 229 at Kanpur. The cricket scores live were displayed with India (first innings) perched at 642 (G. Gambhir 167, V. Sehwag 131, R. Dravid 144; R. Herath 5-121) and Sri Lanka at 229 (S. Sreesanth 5-75). Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, the 26-year old Indian fast bowler, exhibited his best skills by grabbing six wickets on his comeback against Sri Lanka, helping India clinch a 413-run lead. Cricket news live, two days back, also featured Rahul Dravid, completing his 28th test century that positioned him in the 4th place on the all-time scorers list. This was after he made a splendid 144 – the third to score a hundred in the Indian team before India were all out for 642 on the second day.