CriCLI is a free tool to see live cricket score with commentary in terminal. Just run a simple command to see live scores align with commentary. Also, it supports some other switches to see details about umpires, toss, scorecard, recent match summary, and some others. You can see all this right in the terminal anytime. The best part is that this is a cross-platform tool that you can use. No matter on what platform you are, you can easily install it and use it to see live cricket score.
If you are a developer and a cricket fan then you will definitely like this simple command line tool. While using this, you will not have to use Cricbuzz or Google Cricket again and again to watch cricket. Just run simple command to see live score anytime. All you need is working internet connection in Node.js configured to install this. And if you are Linux or MAC then you can create aliases to quickly run the CriCLI command.
How to See Live Cricket Score with Commentary in Terminal?
It is very simple to install and use this tool to see live cricket score. You just need Node Js installed on your PC, After that, you just run the following command and wait for it to finish. For this post, I am installing this on Windows 10 but this command will work on other operating system as well.
npm install -g cricli
Now, when CriCLI is installed, you can start using it right away. You can run “cricli – h” command to see all the available options. To see all the stars of the live game simply run the following command. It will show live score, tournament name, and match summary.
Along with the live scores, you can even see the commentary as well. To see commentary for the live game, simply run the following command and live commentary will appear in the terminal. You can see the screenshot below. In the commentary, you can see the ball by ball stats of the live game.
In this way, you can use this simple command line tool to see live cricket score in terminal. The tool is very simple and very easy to use. If you are a developer then you will easily figure out how to install and use it. There is no difference in using this tool on Windows or on other OS. You just have to use same commands in order to make it retrieve latest cricket score.
If you are cricket lover and spend most of your time on terminal or in development then this tool, CriCLI is for you. Without peeking into TV or cricket websites again and again, you can now directly see cricket score in terminal. I liked the way developer has kept it straightforward. You just need a simple command and get live score in just a couple of seconds.