From Afghanistan's historic win, Afridi's magical cameos and Sri Lanka's dominance, here's a statistical survey of the tournament
The tightly packed schedule of the Asia Cup meant there was little time to sit back and savour the ...
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The leading spinners of the two Asia Cup finalists have the variety and the tactical nous to make a big difference in Saturday’s clash
All one could think of when watching him bowl at Newlands was that Ryan Harris really shouldn’t have been doing what he was doing out there
Mercurial Pakistan allrounder says more cricket with India will help better relations between the countries
The team management has been strangely reluctant in trying out new players even though the team has been losing
Cricket will be a sadder place without him, says Michael Clarke about retiring South Africa captain
Just 194 runs in 93.3 overs would suggest boring cricket, but Ryan Harris and the other protagonists ensured it was quite the opposite of that
Few batsmen in the game’s history could turn it on like Smith did when his team needed it most
The retiring South Africa captain had a huge impact on his team’s greatest performances
Let cricket be what it is
A breathless whirl of action
Of Smith, and fond farewells
Kohli – The man who could be king
Asia Cup 2014: Thrills and spills in numbers
Once you win, you’re in the history books: J Arun Kumar
For bowlers, right training is the key
A recipe for revolution
Sachin will always be the ‘Special One’
The orgy of nationalism
Putrid pitches make for low quality Ashes