The Cricket World Cup match that inspire a whole generation (Part 1)
In most English summer, the focus is on the World Cup, not the World Cup on the English coast.
The run to the semi-finals of the tournament broke all kinds of records, especially broadcast figures with 28.1 million viewers on British television.
The player has become the household name. People like Ellen White, Lucy Bronze, Nikita Parris and Steph Houghton, were on the front and back pages of newspapers, their names were placed around in pubs and bars, while radio phones were besieged by those who have been besieged inspired by their accomplishments.
England’s Cricketer will go to the field at Lord’s on Sunday to face New Zealand in its first Cricket World Cup final in 27 years.
It was a respectable achievement for a party that four years ago was embarrassed and humiliated at the 2015 World Cup. He never won the tournament, even though it reached the final in three separate times, the last time in 1992 when it was defeated by Pakistan.
Its semi-final victory over the defending Australian champions is brutal and brilliant, placing it in front and center of the news and sports world, on the front and back pages of newspapers and blowing vitality.
Finally, after six weeks and 48 matches, the country wakes up with an ongoing competition in its own backyard. Finally, it leaves the cricket sphere, and jumps into a sense of community.
Jason Roy of England was a prominent star at Cricket World Cup.
Almost immediately it was announced the final will be shown on free television – the first time an international UK will be shown on British terrestrial television for 14 years.