Joe Root

Aggression is Jadhav's mantra

Aggression is Jadhav's mantra

PRINT RUN: Kapil's tribute to Sunny, Root ready for captaincy, de Villiers's pick-and-choose approach, Afridi's jibe, and more read more

Kohli, Jadhav tons make it 1-0

Hardik Pandya does well with ball and bat as England go down by three wickets despite scoring read more

Kohli dazzles, Jadhav sparkles as India hunt down 350

Home side ride on twin centuries to take a 1-0 lead in three-match series against read more

Stokes blast takes England to mammoth 350/7

Allrounder builds on half-centuries from Roy, Root as visiting side post highest-ever ODI total against read more

Five days at the Ashes – Drink up! Drink up! And miss the game

On the first day of each Ashes Test, every venue assumed a character of its own

MSD as captain, one last time

PRINT RUN: Dhoni's tips to Samson, death threat to Ganguly, Hindi commentary in BBL, McGrath impressed by youngsters, and more

Morgan doesn’t regret missing Bangladesh tour
  • AFP
  • Jan 9, 2017

Joe Root, having stayed home for the birth of his child, out of warm-up games, but will join squad for first ODI

Root’s dad fashion

Healy and Starc share a bat, Dhoni inspires, Pathan's message for change, Smith in the comms box, and more

The Ronaldo inspiration that drives Kohli

Supreme Court to decide BCCI's fate, quality of Ranji balls under scanner, Handscomb outlines India plan, and more

“Matter of time” – Pujara’s all-format promise

PRINT RUN: BCCI v Lodha: Supreme Court’s final verdict on Monday, PCB threatens to sue Indian board, Ranji Trophy semifinal lookahead, and more

2016 in review: Kohli, Ashwin top 2016’s honours board

The Indian pair end as the calendar year’s best batsman and bowler across three formats respectively, Root takes the Test batting credits

From Wankhede to MCG - how to score 400 and get thumped

In December 2016 alone, three Tests have been lost by an innings after first-innings scores in excess of 400 were posted. There were just two such instances in the previous 139 years.

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