The 2027 Cricket World Cup will be the 14th edition of the tournament and will be co-hosted by South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia.
Look back at the live scoring in the Cricket World Cup final as Australia claimed a stunning six wicket win over hosts India on Sunday.
Australia won the 2023 Cricket World Cup in India on Sunday in what was the 13th edition of the tournament since inception in 1975.
The Proteas made a low key return to South Africa after their World cup exit, with hardly anyone there to greet them at OR Tambo airport.
“Bavuma, what a disappointment. He failed the nation,” fans react to the Proteas ICC’s Cricket World semi-final defeat.
The Proteas once again have to contend with the ‘chokers’ tag after falling to an agonising defeat against Australia on Thursday.
South Africa’s coach, Rob Walter, expressed profound pride in the leadership displayed by the injured captain, Temba Bavuma.
SA coach Rob Walter said he was “proud” of Temba Bavuma despite the injured captain being unable to break the country’s World Cup jinx.
“They wanted Bavuma to be the Siya Kolisi of cricket and it back fired,” Proteas fans blame their captain for the team’s World Cup exit.
Australia put the Proteas to the sword to reach their sixth World Cup final. Miller’s 101 was not enough to rescue SA from elimination.
Look back at the live scoring as the Proteas suffered another heartbreaking defeat to Australia in a Cricket World Cup semi-final.
Win or lose, the Proteas’ performance in this Thursday’s Cricket World Cup semi-final is sure to make many headlines.
The Proteas just about managed to set a competitive score of 212 runs for Australia to chase, thanks to a superb century from David Miller.
Proteas star David Miller says that being mentally prepared for each new challenge is essential for the modern cricketer.
David Miller’s 101 lifted the Proteas to 2012 but overall the team was 40 runs short of a competitive total.
Bavuma won the toss and elected to bat first but the Proteas batsman only lasted four balls before he was dismissed.
South Africa’s captain, Temba Bavuma, faced the challenging decision of winning the toss and electing to bat first against Australia.
South Africa’s skipper, Temba Bavuma, faced a setback as he fell for a four-ball duck in the crucial World Cup semi-final against Australia.
Temba Bavuma won the toss and has elected the Proteas to bat first against Australia in the World Cup semi-final.
The Proteas go forth into the Cricket World Cup semi-finals with the hopes of a nation on their shoulders.
Proteas captain Temba Bavuma sustaining a hamstring injury in South Africa’s last match against Afghanistan last Friday.
It’s heavily overcast In Kolkata with rain expected to have a say in the Cricket World Cup match between the Proteas and Australia.
Temba Bavuma hopes to face Australia in the Cricket World Cup semi-final at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Thursday