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“Cricket is reaching all around the world”, Twitter reacts as International cricket now has 100+ men’s teams

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There are a spectrum of sports which are being played across the globe right now. Among the sports, the most-talked-about ones include the likes of Football, Cricket, Tennis, Basketball, Hockey, Rugby and so on. 

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Apart from these popular outdoor games, there are popular indoor games that include Chess, Carrom board, Table Tennis, Badminton, Volleyball and so on. 

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Among all the sports, cricket is the most-watched sport in India as the fans highly rate the sport. Fans often turn up in numbers to watch the bat-ball game. In fact, the fan base for the sport increased to a great extent. 

However, when it comes to the world’s most-watched sport, it is none other than football without any doubts. Apart from international fixtures, fans follow domestic leagues quite a lot. 

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International cricket has 100+ men’s teams

The popular ones include the English Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and so on. We all know that cricket is the second-most popular sport in the world after football.

However, in the last few years, there has been an increasing popularity for cricket across the world. The reach has been so good that even the people in the USA started following cricket. American football, Baseball and Basketball are the three most popular sports in the USA.

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Cricket legends like Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara, Kumar Sangakkara, Shane Warne and others were on a promotional spree in the USA to popularise the sport in that nation too. 

Meanwhile, in the latest development, it has been learnt that international cricket has a plethora of men’s teams across the world. Yes, international cricket (Test/ODI/T20I) now has more than 100 men’s teams.

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This goes to show that cricket is getting a massive reach across the world. Earlier, the sport was popular in South Asia but it slowly started to spread even in Asia and across the globe. Now, it is estimated that more than 2.5 billion people in the world follow the sport.

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