Author : A Smith | Created : 2022-08-24 02:56:00
The International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup 2019 will see Canada and Germany face each other in the first match at the County Ground, Bristol. The Canadian team consists of gun players who have played even in the IPL, but they have failed to shine as a team. They are just not on the same page and that was evident from their loss to Zimbabwe by 49 runs. As for Germany, they could only manage to get 76 runs with four wickets lost as they went down against Netherlands
The match will be played on June 1st, 2019 and the game will start at 9:30 PM IST. The venue of this international cricketing event is County Ground, Bristol.
The batting line-up has been shaky and inconsistent as they are unable to make partnerships. In fact, their top order batsmen were exposed against Ireland during the earlier matches when they were bowled out for less than 200 runs. It is quite surprising to see that a team consisting of such star players like Khawaja and Sehwag has failed miserably so far in this series!
Now, let’s take a look at Canada’s performance against Zimbabwe. They lost to Zimbabwe by 49 runs and were all out in 39 overs. It was a poor batting performance from them as they were bowled out for 76 runs.
Zimbabwe had a better bowling attack than Canada, which made things easier for them on the field. The team that wins the toss has an advantage as they can bowl first and have time before batting second or even third depending on what happens in the game so it is important that you consider who will win this match as well as your own preference before placing your bet!
Germany was bowled out for 76 by Netherlands in their first match on Tuesday, June 3, 2019. In reply to Germany's total of 158/9, Netherlands scored 207/5 with Ryan ten Doeschate (54) and Wesley Barresi (39) providing most of the runs. Germany's bowlers did well but apart from Tobias Herzog who took 3 wickets, no other bowler could chip in with a breakthrough performance.
Germany's batting was poor as they failed to get going after being put into bat by the Dutch team led by Wesley Barresi. The batsmen struggled throughout their innings and only Shoaib Malik managed to score a half century for his side after putting up 58 runs from 69 balls with 2 fours and 3 sixes during his inning before getting dismissed by Ahsan Malik who came on to bowl after ten overs were completed at the crease.
Germany's bowling was decent, as they picked up five wickets with two run-outs. But the Indian batting line-up had more than enough to make up for this deficiency.
In fact, India had amassed a score of 172/4 by the end of their innings, thanks to an unbeaten 41 from Shikhar Dhawan and a quickfire 27 from MS Dhoni.
It is a serious offence and Dassanayake was found guilty of breaching the code after he failed to report an approach from a bookmaker in 2016 when his side were playing Nepal in Sharjah. The offence occurred during a series against Nepal in 2016 where Canada lost all three matches they played in Sharjah, including one against New Zealand A who were also playing there at the time (New Zealand A won by 7 wickets).
In addition to this, Dassanayake has been suspended from all cricket-related activities on Thursday until January 21st 2022 which means that he can no longer coach or play official games with Canada or any other member country as well as attend any match or training sessions organized by these teams during this period of time.