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Red onions, bad jokes and BlackCaps tales: The Taylor-Guptill friendship

Red onions, bad jokes and BlackCaps tales: The Taylor-Guptill friendship

Laughing at and with each other, the two New Zealand batsmen – the sons Martin Crowe never had – share a bond that goes well beyond runs, read more

Dhoni’s iconic sixes: The helicopter to the Kulasekara launch

India’s limited-overs captain is now also the country’s most prolific six-hitter in ODIs; read more

“Steve Smith agrees” – cricket’s best quotes from August 2016

From Dale Steyn’s inimitable put-down to MS Dhoni’s home-and-away pronouncements, the words read more

Flintoff-Lee and 10 other freeze-frame moments

Dhoni’s World Cup-winning six, Rhodes’s gravity-defying leap, Ranatunga’s finger jab, and other read more

No cricket at the Olympics? How about cricketers?

AB the sprinter, Dravid the marathon man, Dhoni the judoka and KP the golfer will pack a punch, though not as heavy as Ranatunga and Gatting

Top 10: Birds, bees and other cricketing beasts

Animal invasions in cricket – everyone usually has a good laugh, but occasionally, the critter in question ends up in a sticky wicket

Top 10: The Best of Harsha Bhogle

Quips, comebacks and quotable quotes from the celebrated TV commentator on his 55th birthday

Sunil Gavaskar: 8 little known facts

He's India's little master, but under different circumstances he might have been a fisherman or a wrestler

Top 5: By Dhoni, On Dhoni – MS in words

On the Indian limited-overs captain's 35th birthday, here's a look at what he is all about and what the world thinks about him

Pant, Samson and five scorching fifties from IPL's teens

Delhi's match-winner became the second-youngest player to have a half-century against his name in the tournament

South Africa’s Nepal jinx and other Under-19 World Cup upsets

New Zealand’s loss to the Himalayan small-timers was only the latest in a long line of unexpected results in the tournament

Stopped hearts, black eyes and bruised egos

Cricket is usually a gentle pastime, but, occasionally, it can get brutal

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