Ravindra Jadeja revealed that he regrets getting out in the 2019 ICC World Cup semi-finals against New Zealand.
Boult said he has been struggling to forget the 49th over in which he took a catch of Ben Stokes off Jimmy Neesham but ended up stepping on the boundary to let the advantage slip.
The Kiwis missed their chance of lifting the World Cup trophy at the Lord's balcony due to inferior boundary count after both the 50 overs and the Super Over ended in ties.
Sir Ben Stokes he might soon be. Deservedly too, since he has gone where even the legendary Botham could not.
If Stokes had his way, the match might have never reached a tie and gone to a Super Over, where both teams scored 15 runs and England eventually won the World Cup on boundary count.
Sehwag took to Twitter praising New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson's spirit and calmness despite the result.
Cricket fans from all over the world came to Twitter to talk about winning moments, shocking upsets, classic catches, and let's not forget all the memes about the rain.
Eleven English cricketers have been knighted for services to cricket till now with former Test and ODI skipper Alastair Cook being the last to be conferred with the honour.
Vettori said England's Eoin Morgan and Kane Williamson of New Zealand have probably been the best captains in this World Cup and it's fitting to see them face each other in the final.
A senior ICC official said that this was a little effort on the part of the international body to counter the nemesis of black marketing of match tickets.
Speaking to IANS, a senior BCCI official said that the selectors must also take responsibility when a team loses a tournament if they deserve a monetary reward when the team does well.
Rashid stated that Morgan knows his game inside out and has been with him through 'good and not so good times'.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli also lent support to his IPL teammate saying de Villiers is the 'most honest and committed man he knows'.
Pre-tournament wagers were on an England-India final as the two sides remained very much on course, with South Africa making sure that the two did not play in the semifinals.
New Zealand's second successive appearance in the World Cup final will see them take on hosts England at Lord's on Sunday.