"We welcomed our newest family member Isla Rose Warner at 10:30pm late last night. @candyWarner1 was absolutely amazing. Mum and Bub doing very well and her big sisters are over the moon. #prouddad (sic.)," Warner said on Instagram.
"Look who came to #Rally with the #MenInMaroon today! Hey @rihanna!," the West Indies tweeted on their official account, along with photos of her watching the game in northern England.
Birmingham: Eoin Morgan insists England can achieve their dreams of World Cup glory so long as they stick to their “A-game” after a win over India revived the hosts’ prospects of reaching the semi-finals. Morgan’s men came into Sunday’s match at Edgbaston on the back of successive defeats by Sri Lanka
India have been the in-form team in this edition of the World Cup in England and Wales, Bangladesh on the other hand have been a team who have punched above their weight and shown that they have finally realised the need to be consistent at the top level. Despite a loss to England on Sunday, India
Chester-le-Street: Ton-up Nicholas Pooran played the innings of his life but Angelo Mathews delivered the ball of the match to get his wicket and help Sri Lanka to a 23-run victory over the West Indies in an inconsequential but thrilling World Cup tie here on Monday. With both teams not standing a chance to qualify
London: Even as concerns abound about declining player numbers in English cricket -- with the sport hidden behind a television paywall in Britain since England’s iconic 2005 Ashes series triumph -- England captain Eoin Morgan hopes his side’s “incredible journey” to World Cup glory will inspire
England ended their 44-year wait for a first 50-overs world title by beating New Zealand in a nailbiting final Super Over on Sunday.
Buttler and Stokes took 15 runs off Trent Boult's Super Over without losing their wickets.
Early morning rain delayed the toss and start by 15 minutes but, at this stage, no overs have been lost.