The Cricket World Cup 2019 was the most-watched ICC event ever. The most-watched match in India was India against Pakistan which had a unique TV audience of 233 million from the 273 million unique viewers that had tuned in globally and the tournament reach within India was 545 million across TV and digital platforms
Sri Lankan umpire Kumar Dharamsena's controversial decision to give six runs to England's total, instead of five, from a deflected overthrow effectively sealed the faith for New Zealand in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 final
The player in question had specifically requested for his wife to stay with him for more than the permissible period of 15 days during India's ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 campaign, but it was shot down by the Committee of Administrators (CoA), which had laid down the rules
Jofra Archer, who finished as England's leading wicket-taker with 20 scalps in 11 innings during the Cricket World Cup 2019, was coping with the murder of his cousin Ashantio Blackman throughout the tournament.
Ben Stokes scored an unbeaten 84 off 98 balls to help England tie the 2019 Cricket World Cup final against New Zealand at Lord's on July 14. After the Super Over, which also ended in a tie, England were adjudged World Cup winners on the basis of boundary count.
Plenty has been said and written about Ben Stokes, his bizarre six runs and the Super Over, but a lot of the finer details of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 final between England and New Zealand were lost amid the noise. We take a look at five exceptional things you might have missed