The ICC World Cup has been halfway and with every match, the excitement of the World Cup is growing. Cricket fans will never forget one such match played on Saturday. In the match between New Zealand and the West Indies at the Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester, England, New Zealand may have won by five runs, although the match hero Carlos Brathwaite has won everyone's heart.
The way the West Indies team suffered an early setback, New Zealand felt that it would be easy for New Zealand to clinch the match. Brathwaite, who finished sixth for the West Indies team, seemed to have almost decided the West Indies' victory, and with his smashing batting, he stopped all bowlers, including the New Zealand captain.
In the 47th over of the Indies' innings, Brathwaite scored 25 off Matt Henry's 6 balls to put the match at an even more exciting turn and he scored 2, 6, 6, 6, 4, 1 in this over. But the outing of Brathwaite left the hearts of millions of cricket fans broken. While the match may have gone to New Zealand, millions of fans will never forget Brathwaite's innings.