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India vs England: Visitors' batting coach Jonathan Trott says it would be disservice for them to solely blame Motera pitch
Trott didn't want to get into the blame game and said things could have been different if England would have batted well in the first innings.
India vs England: Walking down the nostalgia lane — How Alastair Cook's men scripted an epic series win in 2012
Pace in spin, aggression, skill, perseverance, grit : The story of how England achieved a famous win in India after 28 years.
Trott, who played 68 ODIs and seven T20 matches, has scored 18,662 runs in first-class cricket.
Former England skipper Michael Vaughan has created a list of XI bald-headed cricketers which he named Test cricket's greatest Bald XI.
Andrew Strauss wanted Kevin Pietersen to know Tests were more important than IPL, admits to poor handling of KP saga
Strauss and Pietersen had a major fallout due to their difference of opinion with regards to ECB policy on IPL.
England pacer James Anderson has revealed he is "progressing nicely" as he steps up his return from a calf injury.
Players’ mental health becoming major issue in cricket after three Australians rule themselves out of Pakistan series
A serious health concern is emerging in Australian cricket. The first Test of the home summer starts in Brisbane next week and Australia have three players out of the selection frame because of mental health reasons.
Too many T20 leagues have left players, fans 'confused' with 'too much cricket,' says Adam Gilchrist
Gilchrist also said that the numerous T20 franchise leagues provide youngsters with a good platform to showcase their potential while playing with seasoned professionals
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.
Ashes 2019: England's hope of reclaiming the Urn all but gone after monumental batting collapse on Day 2 at Headingley
This is an England side riddled with an aversion to cautious play, a team that this year loses a wicket every 37.70 defensive shots played – the worst record of any in world cricket – and once again they have paid the highest price, effectively ruling themselves out of an Ashes series that was threatening to bubble over into a serious contest.
From century on debut against India to double hundred at Gabba, Alastair Cook's top five Test innings
Alaistair Cook is the only cricketer with over 10,000 Test runs as an opener and leading the chart with 11,627 runs. Here are five of his finest knocks in Test cricket.
Steve Harmison reveals he was so depressed at the peak of his England career that he contemplated suicide
Harmison was an integral part of the England squad which won the 2005 Ashes series in England taking 17 wickets.
Brian Lara said, "The ICC Champions Trophy was always one of the high points of my career, especially playing in the final at The Oval in 2004."
A feeble and fragile England batting lacks individuals who could truly batten down the hatches when required—which could, in turn, make the gap in quality of spinners a merely academic one.
Haseeb Hameed could find himself helping to solve one of England's problems if included when the squads for the tour of Bangladesh are announced on Friday.
Stuart Broad believes England team-mate Joe Root is the "most complete batsman" he has played alongside.
Cricket matches between England and Pakistan have often been a fraught affair, here's a look back at five of the biggest rows.
Panesar, who recently accepted having mental issues that nearly ended his career, is not the only English cricketer to have suffered from such issues.
Trott announced his decision Monday, a day after England lost the third test against the West Indies.