Imran Tahir’s Test career hasn’t taken off as expected, but South Africa’s legspinner has been a wonderful addition to the One-Day International side despite his slightly iffy fielding and his entertaining but often...
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1983 and 2011 – campaigns of contrast, two very different paths to the same celebratory end
“While I am on this planet, I will cheer Team India” – nothing ...
From Warne’s magic to Bond’s heartbreak and Zaheer’s consistency, the special bowling figures from 1996 to 2011
Kevin O’Brien’s century inspired Ireland to a stunning three-wicket against England in 2011
After restricting England to 225, Bangladesh were struggling at 169/8 till a vital partnership took them home
What if I don’t do well? – That’s the hardest to deal with, says Javagal Srinath about India’s World Cup debutants
Memories of pre-dawn adventures with my grandfather came flooding back as the 2015 World Cup started
ICC warns of suspension for players reported for poor on-field behaviour, defends crackdown on suspect actions
ICC announces captains won’t carry over-rate offences into the tournament
Graeme Smith reflects on his side’s World Cup exits, and says the current side is capable of going all the way
Paul Collingwood: In my three World Cups, there were a few personal highs, but the disappointments still rankle
The 2015 World Cup ambassador looks back at his stunning career