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Cricket Memories of 2019: England won Cricket World Cup first time with Boundary count rule and Yuvraj Singh ends his cricket career | England won the first ever Champion of Cricket by a Boundary Count; Yuvraj left the game

Boundary count rules criticized after World Cup final, rules changed
If the batsman gets a head injury, another player can replace him

Dainik BhaskarDec 29, 2019, 05:24 PM IST Sports Desk. In the final of the Cricket World Cup, there were two teams that had never won the World Cup before. England and New Zealand. The finale reached the climax of the thrill. The match is tied, the super over is also tie. Thus England became the first winners on the basis of boundary count rules. The New Zealand team reached the final for the second time in a row, but could not win the title. Australia was last defeated in 2015. The Boundary Count Rules were criticized after the World Cup final. Rules changed. If a super over is tied then super over.

For the first time in a Test, a replacement replacement ICC decided that if a batsman suffered a head injury (concussion) in the match, the team could replace him with another player.

Yuvraj, who was the Player of the Tournament of 2011 World Cup, left the game. Yuvraj, the man of the tournament of the 2011 World Cup, retired. Fought cancer Then come back. Even today, the most expensive players of the IPL auction.

Yuvraj Singh with family.

Big Deals 1. Australia's Pat Cummins became the most expensive foreign player in IPL history. KKR paid Rs 15.50 crore to Cummins. Bought into Among Indian players, 31-year-old Piyush Chawla was the most expensive. He was bought by Chennai Superkings for 6.75 crores.

Pat Cummins.

2. Cristiano Ronaldo became the highest-grossing player from Instagram. 6.9 crores from a post. Earn. 340 crores from Instagram posts in a year. Earned.

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