Cricket fans around Australia took to Twitter to cheer on their teams and favourite players as the ICC Cricket World Cup played out across the country last month. With more than half a million tweets being viewed over 64 million times, the ICC Cricket World Cup lit up the social stadium as viewers flocked to second screen devices to take part in the real time conversation unfolding on Twitter.
With Australia and New Zealand battling it out to lift the trophy on the final stage, Twitter TV fans sent more than 110K tweets, generating more than 9.4 million impressions which were viewed by a unique audience of 284,000, with the game peaking at 1,400 tweets per minute.
The infographic below looks at key match highlights as cricket fans united on Twitter to share in the biggest moments of the ICC Cricket World Cup.
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