The KSCA's annual awards night was a perfect example of abridged democracy at work
The reaction of the alleged fans to the left-hand batsman’s nightmarish 30 minutes was most ...
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Textbook subcontinental cricket scuttles West Indies’ title defence ...
Neither Sri Lanka nor West Indies have played their best on the way to the knockout stage; both will need to put stumbles with the bat behind them
In his first game of the World T20, left-arm spinner takes 5 for 3 as New Zealand sink to 59-run defeat
Bowlers to the fore as Netherlands upset England for second time in World T20 history to sign off with 45-run victory
Little to separate the two teams before final Group 1 game, which has become a virtual quarterfinal
Despite playing some positive cricket, both teams have fallen short at the World T20; now, they’re looking to bow out with heads held high
Batsman says he was very motivated to make an impact against England, both due to his own previous form and to give Faf du Plessis a chance to come back
Battling England fall three runs short, have one more game to play before their winter of discontent gets over
The Netherlands go down again but not before putting up another competent display against a top team
Brendon McCullum’s side are a settled and dangerous unit, but they won’t be taking it easy against an unpredictable Netherlands side
Alex Hales has injected new life into the English camp, who are up against a South African side still searching for a clear plan in the World T20
Of dropped catches and lost matches
Another supreme rap for the BCCI
Guru’s mastery that was Desert Storm
Tricks and tweets of a brave new world
Yuvraj and the Lost Generation
IPL: Cricket’s big carnival in numbers
We get the leaders we deserve
Durrani, Engineer and Twenty20 naturals
India thrive in familiar climes
Sachin will always be the ‘Special One’
The orgy of nationalism
Putrid pitches make for low quality Ashes
What will it take to redeem the IPL's image?