Cottrell's catch, Kohli backs Smith, and lots of rain - Cricket World Cup week in review
- Omnisport looks back at week two of the Cricket World Cup, which featured another ridiculous catch and, unfortunately, plenty of rain.
The second week of the Cricket World Cup was a rather soggy affair, with four matches abandoned as a no-result due to persistent rain.
However, the past seven days were not all about the inclement weather, as India and Australia met in a blockbuster at The Oval, while hosts England got back to winning ways against Bangladesh.
India captain Virat Kohli was unhappy with his own fans' booing of Steve Smith, while Jason Roy celebrated his century in unusual fashion – an unintentional collision with the umpire prompting plenty of laughs among his team-mates.
Sheldon Cottrell's stunning catch and Mohammad Hafeez's moustache-twirling tips were just some of the highlights from the second week of the tournament, showcased in our Twitter moment.
“Cricket World Cup: Second week in review”https://t.co/XyfBXIyVFE— Omnisport (@OmnisportNews) June 13, 2019