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The moment that truly sold the prospect of T20 cricket to a billion hearts was Yuvraj Singh's brutal demolition of Stuart Broad when India met England
India vs England: From Ben Stokes' 5/73 to Monty Panesar's 6/81, top bowling spells by visitors on Indian soil
From Ben Stokes to Monty Panesar, check out some of the memorable spells by England bowlers in Tests on Indian soil.
Virat Kohli 'right guy' to take Indian cricket forward, Ben Stokes best cricketer in the world, opines Ian Botham
Legendary English all-rounder Ian Botham says captain Virat Kohli is the "right guy" to take Indian cricket forward but rates Ben Stokes as the world's best player at the moment.
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has revealed that he was shocked to see Shoaib Akhtar bowl at an unimaginable pace during the 2005 Test series against Pakistan.
Steve Smith ‘took the blame’ for ball-tampering scandal but entire Australia squad was involved, says Andrew Flintoff
Andrew Flintoff believes the entire Australian team was involved in the ball-tampering scandal that rocked world cricket in 2018 and then skipper Steve Smith just "took the blame" to save his side.
Glenn Maxwell's episode tells players' mental health should be given utmost importance by all governing bodies including BCCI
The Glenn Maxwell case might well be the trigger that should get Sourav Ganguly and BCCI to set in motion a system that would guide, mentor and support our cricket players. There may be more to the issues dogging some of them than just money. Their cry for help may be a silent one. But it needs to be heard.
Former skipper Andrew Flintoff reveals England coaching dream after picking lower-level qualifications
Andrew Flintoff, former England all-rounder, hopes to return to cricket in a coaching capacity and already has lower-level qualifications.
Ashes 2019: Australian selector Trevor Hohns says Mitchell Marsh is 'good' option for fourth Test after his performance in tour match
Marsh top-scored with 74 in Australia's 338-5 declared against Derbyshire and then took two wickets in three balls as Derbyshire were skittled out for 112
Ashes 2019: From Andrew Flintoff's invincibility at Edgbaston to Mitchell Johnson's hostility in Adelaide, top 10 Ashes spells this century
From Warne's wizardry in Adelaide to Broad's beguiling spell at Trent Bridge, we pick top 10 bowling spells of the Ashes after the turn of the century
Ashes 2019: Nail-biting finish at Edgbaston, spectacular English collapse in Adelaide and other memorable encounters between old rivals this millennium
From England's nail-biting victory at Edgbaston in 2005 to Australia's memorable victory in the first-ever day-night Ashes match 12 years later, we revisit some of the most memorable encounters between the two sides from this millennium.
Doosra director Abhinay Deo explains why Sourav Ganguly's 2002 shirt swinging moment goes far beyond cricket
Abhainay Deo has directed Doosra, a docu-fiction film that captures the societal impact of Sourav Ganguly swininging his shirt in the air in 2002.
Check out some of the best photos from the opening party of the ICC Cricket World Cup in England.
World Cup Quiz: Walsh’s benevolence, Gilchrist’s walk and Flintoff’s pedalo, test your knowledge ahead of 2019 tournament
Here's a set of 20 compelling questions looking back at various moments from the 1975 World Cup to the 2015 tournament. If you think you know your Waughs from Warnes, Koertzens from Kirstens and Holdings from Holders then now is the time to prove it.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Andrew Flintoff urges England to drop 'anyone' to bring Barbados-born Jofra Archer into squad
Andrew Flintoff had little sympathy for members of England's current pace attack who had expressed concerns about damage to morale were Jofra Archer to play at the World Cup
Jason Holder becomes first West Indies all-rounder since Garfield Sobers to top ICC rankings after heroics against England
Jason Holder has become the first West Indian since cricket great Garfield Sobers to be named as the world's leading all-rounder following his superb display against England in Barbados.
Ian Blackwell's journey as an emerging First-class umpire and challenges from the other side of stumps
In space of two years, Blackwell has been fast-tracked in to the emerging panel of umpires. Having playing first-class cricket for over a decade and then having to officiate from the grassroots has its own challenges.
NatWest Series Final: 16 years since India rode on Mohammad Kaif and Yuvraj Singh's heroics to build cricketing legacy
Sixteen years ago on this day, Sourav Ganguly-led Indian side won the NatWest tri-series playing one of the most dramatic finals against hosts England at The Lord's.
Over the years, franchises have broken the bank to go for players of their choice. While players such as Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli have lived up to their top billing, a number of players have failed to justify their prices.
Ashes 2017: Ex-England captains Michael Vaughan, Bob Willis fear team could be whitewashed by Australia
England slumped to a 120-run defeat in the second Ashes clash this week on a ground widely seen as their best chance of winning.
India vs Sri Lanka: Cheteshwar Pujara becomes only third Indian to bat on all five days of a Test match
India's middle-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara today achieved a rare feat, becoming only the third Indian and ninth overall to bat across five days in a Test match.