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Cricket expands beyond England


mylivecricket is considered one of the most fascinating sports in many regions across the globe. Cricket is a sport that includes many enthusiastic participants, spectators as well as media interest.


The game of cricket has sparkled and rapidly evolved over the past few years. The T20 version of the game has been a major factor in attempting to further globalize, commercialize and popularize the game.


Cricket is one of the most popular and well-liked games in the world. Cricket has been an established team sport for over 500 years and is very popular in countries such as India, Pakistan, West Indies, Australia, South Africa, and England. In this article, we will have a look at how the ‘Game of cricket’ has evolved over the years!


Cricket was first brought to North America through English colonies in the 17th century, and it spread to other regions of the world in the 18th century. Colonists introduced it to the West Indies, while British East India Company mariners introduced it to India. It came to Australia immediately after colonization began in 1788, and it spread to New Zealand and South Africa in the early 19th century.


The origins of the structure and format of the game of cricket as we know it now can be traced back to the late 19th century. The inaugural County Championship was established in 1890, and six-ball overs were adopted in 1900, replacing the previous five-ball per overrule. The introduction of limited-overs, single innings matches was undoubtedly the most fascinating and major sea change in the world of cricket. In England, such matches gained popularity in the 1960s and 1970s, and the first major limited-overs competition was established in 1963.


In 1971, the first-ever One Day International game was played between England and Australia. Later on several competitions, leagues and tournaments came into the picture and countries like India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa, etc started playing international cricket more frequently.


my2 mylivecricket cc introduction of Twenty20 has been seemingly the most innovative and powerful improvement in cricket over the past decade. It has brought energy, enthusiasm, and unmatchable excitement to the game. It has likewise brought openness, venture, and, most importantly, another age of fans in enormous numbers. But on the other hand, if we talk about Test cricket which is considered the ‘pinnacle of the game’ has shown a huge decline in the past decade.


Many cricket pundits have argued that the T20 format of the game discourages technical cricket, youngsters wanting to pick up the game will be misguided into believing that cricket is all about trying to search for 6’s and 4’s which is not at all the case, indeed.

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