TOP 3 sports anime not to be missed during Cricket World Cup season

Although not gaining much attention with the action shounen sets like One piece, Naruto, Bleach etc,… but sports-themed anime is also a popular genre and a place of arousing passion. Sports enthusiasts of countless fans.

Moreover, in recent times, sports anime has also achieved a breakthrough and a certain success in the number of viewers. It is easy to see that the popular sports in Japan such as baseball, football, swimming, etc. often appear in manga/anime.

More specifically, during the current Cricket World Cup, the sports fans of the anime cannot ignore the top 3 sports anime.

1. Baby Steps

The main character of Baby Steps is the first year student Eiichiro Maruo. One day, he realized he was very weak in physical education and lack of exercise, so he went to the tennis club and was attracted to the sport from there. So, the journey through the difficulties and challenges of a weak young man wants to discover his strengths starting from here …

2. Hajime no Ippo

If you are a fan of sports anime, you definitely have to know this anime. Up to now, Hajime no Ippo has always held a unique position among the anime taking boxing topics. The main character is Ippo Makunouchi, a gentle, shy student and has no friends.

In one incident, Ippo was rescued by bullying Takamura, a boxer. As a result, he had the opportunity to know boxing and began to take his first steps on the path to becoming a professional boxer. If what you think about boxing is just like punches, Hajime no Ippo will definitely change your opinion.

3. Days

Days tells of the passion for soccer of Tsukushi Tsukamoto, an extremely ordinary student and possesses a small body. He was always ridiculed by his friends, not to join the team. One day, he met a genius student, playing extreme sports named Jin Kazama.


Although their personalities are opposite, Tsukushi still does not give up his dream of becoming a professional football player with Jin Kazama. So the couple practiced together to help our school team get into the professional league. During the competition, they made unexpected goals that surprised teammates and opponents.

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