The Proteas have had a pretty rough time at the Cricket World Cup having only one game out of seven coming into the game against Sri Lanka. The Proteas have already been eliminated from the tournament which meant they knew that they could come into the game and play with freedom.
India remained unbeaten thus far throughout the tournament after crushing the West Indies.
Pakistan has further extended their reputation as the most unpredictable side in world cricket. One day they’re struggling against average teams and the next they are beating strong opponents like New Zealand.
A battle between nations that were both in the top four looked sure to be an exciting game but instead Australia dominated the match. England faltered once again after stumbling earlier in the tournament to Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Ashleigh Barty, 23, has become the first Australian world number one since Evonne Goolagong in 1976 after winning the Nature Valley Classic in Birmingham.
So, we’re now heading towards the quarter finals stage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in France, and there has already been plenty of stellar performances from both teams and individuals at the tournament.
Lewis Hamilton had proved once again at the French GP why he is the best F1 driver at the moment by a mile. Speaking of miles, he won the race in Monte Carlo comfortably and be a huge gap which left many saying that the race was “boring.”
On Saturday New Zealand has the chance to return back to the top of the table of the Cricket World Cup 2019. All they needed to do was beat a West Indies side that had slim chances of progressing.
There are 20 group games still to be played at the Cricket World Cup and after New Zealand’s impressive win over South Africa, they went top of the table which has meant that the semi-finalists all but look set. The Black Caps showed grit to get out on the winning side of an intense game that sealed the Proteas fate.
On Saturday night Tyson Fury took on the German Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas. The Gypsy King was fighting his first fight in Las Vegas after signing a deal with ESPN following his fight with Deontay Wilder.