World Cup 2019 Match 1, England vs South Africa: When and Where to watch live streaming

first_imgWorld Cup 2019 Match 1, England vs South Africa: When and Where to watch live streamingWorld Cup 2019: Here you can find all the details regarding when, where and how to watch the opening game of the World Cup between England and South Africa to be played at The Oval, Londonadvertisement India Today Web Desk LondonMay 30, 2019UPDATED: May 30, 2019 13:12 IST ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: England vs South Africa Live Streaming (Reuters)Hosts and hot favourites England will know this is their best chance to lift the crown for the first time when they take on perennial underachievers South Africa in the World Cup opener at The Oval here on Thursday. England, who are still in search of their first trophy like South Africa, have risen from the ashes of their poor campaign in the showpiece last time, following that group-stage exit by ascending to the summit of the ICC ODI rankings.South Africa, always considered one of the favourites, have also had injury concerns over their two other main strike bowlers, Lungi Ngidi (side) and Kagiso Rabada (back), though both played in the warm-up win over Sri Lanka last week. As far as their batting is concerned, Du Plessis will have to shoulder a lot of responsibility along with stumper batsman Quinton de Kock. Hashim Amla’s international career appears to be winding down as this could be his last World Cup.Here’s all you need to know about the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match 1, England vs South Africa:What TV channel and live stream is the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 England vs South Africa being broadcast?The opening match, England vs South Africa, of the ICC Cricket World Cup can be viewed on Doordarshan, Star Sports 1 and 2. Hotstar.com and Hotstar app will live stream the opener.Where will the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 England vs South Africa match be held?The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 England vs South Africa match will take place at Kennington Oval, London, May 30.advertisementWhere can I check the online live updates of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 England vs South Africa match?You can follow our coverage here – www.indiatoday.in/sports/cricket-world-cup-2019.What time will the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 England vs South Africa match start?The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 England vs South Africa match will start at 03:00 PM IST.Where can I watch ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 England vs South Africa match?The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 England vs South Africa match will be shown on the Star Sports TV network, Doordarshan and can also be streamed on hotstar.com.For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAjay Tiwari Tags :Follow ICC Cricket World Cup 2019Follow England vs South AfricaFollow Eoin MorganFollow Faf Du Plessislast_img read more

Ponting slams Kohli boos as disgraceful

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedAustralia and India play down Kohli v Paine banterDecember 17, 2018In “latest news”Virat Kohli achieves double honour as Wisden 2019 is publishedApril 10, 2019In “latest news”How Virat Kohli rules T20 cricketMay 6, 2016In “Sports” Virat Kohli wore colours fitting of the Pink-day Test (Getty Images)Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has slammed the reaction Virat Kohli got from the Sydney crowd as “disgraceful”. Kohli walked out to a mix of cheers and loud boos from the SCG crowd on Thursday. He was subject of “Kohli is a w***er” chants in Melbourne, and was booed in Perth.“If it was booing then it’s absolutely disgraceful,” Ponting said on Seven. “I said that in the Perth Test as well. Show some respect.”Cricket Australia CEO Kevin Roberts wasn’t too happy with it either: “I don’t like seeing that,” he told SEN Radio. “We talk about making Australians proud, we talk about the fact our goal is to win but our non negotiable expectation is to compete with honour and I’d urge our fans to support the game with honour. It’s bigger than all of us, respect our visitors, give them the best possible experience of our country, hopefully beat them on the field, but in all seriousness we need to go about this with respect whether we are a player, administrator, fan, broadcaster. Respect is a really core foundation of the game and hopefully we can see that evident.”Commentator Tim Lane was more scathing of the crowd. “I must say I thought the reception he was given as he came out was poor and it was graceless in that he is the captain of a visiting team,” Lane said on Macquarie Sports Radio. “To welcome a visiting captain like that … is classless. He has not done anything wrong, he has just been too good…“We should be better than that as a nation. I didn’t like it. All Kohli has been guilty of is leading his country in Australia and winning. If the people don’t like it, they should at least recognise it and applaud it.”Kohli has always polarised opinion, in Australia more than any country. On his first tour of the country, Kohli was photographed flipping the bird to someone in the crowd, which led to an ICC sanction. On his last tour of the country, he won over the crowds with four centuries and as co-captain of a side that gracefully made last-minute adjustments to schedules in the wake of Phillip Hughes’ tragic death. Even in this Test, Kohli was so supportive of the Glenn McGrath foundation that he wore pink gloves; his bat had a pink grip on to go with the pink MRF sticker as well.Kohli, though, has also been mindful of the crowds in Australia. In the lead-up to the Test, he spoke of how much they get behind the home team. “It’s not only the team you are playing against, it’s the whole nation because they get behind the team so well,” he said. “When you walk in to bat, you feel there are 40,000 people who want your wicket, not just the 11 guys on the field. So we understand as cricketers how difficult it is and purely just to take that challenge on, we want to win here.” (ESPNCricinfo) read more