The International Cricket Council, on Saturday, promulgated the 2015 cricket world cup to be the most followed and attended events in cricket history.This is the second time the event has been conducted at the Antipodes down under, after the 1992 Benson and Hedges world cup, where Pakistan miraculously emerged as the champions.

ICC Chief Executive Dave Richardson blissfully bestowed laurels to this years world cup and tributed the assiduity of thousands, whose efforts conjured the foundation for this massive success.He also expressed joy over the enthralling encounters the tournament has showcased and the exuberant fans who traversed across continents to support their teams in the World cup.

He also expressed gratitude towards the two host nations, that lock horns in the all important final at MCG in Melbourne on Sunday, for their warmth and amiability and exclaimed that the event also trended on media and social media, with over 1400 media representatives attending and covering the event.

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