World Cup heartbreak in 2015 wore me down, played huge role in sudden retirement, says former South Africa captain AB de Villiers
South Africa were left heartbroken when they suffered a four-wicket loss to New Zealand via D/L method in a rain-affected 2015 World Cup semifinal and de Villiers accepted that he had struggled to come to terms with it.
West Indies veteran Chris Gayle awarded $221,000 payout in defamation case against Australian media group
West Indies cricket star Chris Gayle Monday won a AUS$300,000 (US$221,000) payout from an Australian media group which claimed he exposed his genitals to a massage therapist.
England vs Australia: Absence of key players, lack of wrist-spinner among reasons behind visitors' ODI slump
On Tuesday, Australia slumped further as the English batsmen battered their bowlers into submission by plundering a world-record score of 481/6. So where has it gone wrong for the world champions?
From Colombo walkout to clash with Jos Buttler: Times when Bangladesh lost their cool on cricket field
Bangladesh’s growth and their fearless brand of cricket is appreciated by the cricketing world, but their mindless behaviour and usage of non-cricketing means have led to interfere their ascendancy.
Ireland's cricket head coach John Bracewell set to leave his post after two-and-a-half years in December, after arriving at a "mutual decision" with the officials.
The Afghanistan Cricket Board is keen to get Full Member status from International Cricket Council (ICC) in February.
World Cup tracker: From 'get off my screen' to 'Indian Cricket Council,' Twitter responds to Srini interview
We track the quirkier things that will take place as the World Cup kicks off.
Four years after it was meant to happen, two of the world's most bitter sporting rivals -- New Zealand and South Africa -- will face off in a World Cup semi-final at Eden Park.
Wasim Akram believes Pakistan should not be infatuated with merely pace and swing, and implores the bowlers to exude patience against Australia.
Rohit Sharma smashed an authoritative century to help India recover from a slow start and reach 302-6 in its World Cup quarterfinal against Bangladesh on Thursday.
India's speedster Mohammad Shami, who has claimed 15 wickets in just five World Cup games, has a bright future ahead of him that augurs well for Indian cricket, India’s bowling coach Bharat Arun said on Wednesday.
Full transcript of Michael Clarke's Press Conference ahead of the quarterfinal clash between Pakistan and Australia.
Full transcript of Misba-ul-Haq's Press Conference ahead of the Pakistan vs Australia quarterfinal clash.
History favours Australia, but Pakistan's astonishing ability to conjure magical wins promises enthralling cricket during their World Cup quarter-final at the Adelaide Oval on Friday.
England are looking at their return to Wellington for Sunday's World Cup clash with Sri Lanka as a chance to put their last visit to the New Zealand capital behind them, all-rounder Chris Woakes said on Saturday.
They have scored over 300 and won and there is still a feeling that they have let their supporters down.
Indian vice-captain Virat Kohli predicts an "exciting" tussle between his team's batsmen and South Africa's bowlers during Sunday's World Cup blockbuster at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Full text of AB de Villiers' press conference before South Africa's game against India.
England opening batsman Moeen Ali does not expect things to get any easier for his team when it takes on New Zealand in the Cricket World Cup on Friday after a heavy first-up loss to Australia.
Google marks the beginning of ICC World Cup 2015 with a new colourful doodle.