On this day: Yuvraj Singh and Mohamamd Kaif script memorable victory for India in NatWest Trophy final
The Natwest trophy final is also remembered for Ganguly's wild celebrations on Lord's balcony when he took of his shirt and waved it as his teammates watched him.
England pacer James Anderson has revealed he is "progressing nicely" as he steps up his return from a calf injury.
Ian Chappell says Cricket Australia needs to figure out root cause of cricketers' mental health problems
Young Victorian batsman Will Pucovski has become the third Australia cricketer to report mental health problems to the team management two weeks after Glenn Maxwell took an indefinite break from the game
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.
Essex crowned England's county champions after Ryan ten Doeschate's men see off spirited Somerset on final day
Essex won England's County Championship for the second time in three years after holding off a spirited charge by Somerset on the final day of the season
The 29-year-old opener was struck by a throw-down from ex-England international Marcus Trescothick, working with the team in a temporary coaching capacity, during practice on Tuesday.
Ashes 2019: Marcus Trescothick joins England's coaching set up for first two Tests to ease batting coach Graham Thorpe's burden
Trescothick and Trott are believed to be included in the setup to ease the burden on ECB's lead batting coach, Graham Thorpe.
Former England opener Marcus Trescothick to retire from all forms of cricket at conclusion of Somerset's County campaign
Former England star Marcus Trescothick on Thursday announced he would retire at the end of the season, bringing down the curtain on a 27-season career with county side Somerset.
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.
Joe Root, England's Test captain, had no doubt about Stokes being in the right frame of mind to play at Edgbaston despite a looming court appearance.
England beat India by eight wickets at Joe Root's Headingley home ground to complete a come-from-behind 2-1 series win.
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.
England cricket director Andrew Strauss steps down for the season to support wife Ruth as she battles cancer
England cricket director Andrew Strauss is to stand down temporarily while his wife Ruth battles cancer, with Andy Flower filling in for Strauss.
Mohammad Kaif reveals being called 'bus driver' by former England captain Nasser Hussain in 2002 Natwest Series final
Kaif made the revelation after a fan asked him a question on Twitter on how England cricketers sledged him during the historic run chase where he scored a match-winning 87.
Sarah Taylor, England cricket's heroine had managed to cross the gushing waters to emerge victorious, something England's male cricketers suffering severe depression had failed to do in the past
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.
Champions Trophy 2004: West Indies' dramatic victory brought a remarkable end to a forgettable tournament
The 2004 Champions Trophy was won by West Indies in dramatic fashion making It a remarkable end to a forgettable tournament
Marcus Trescothick warned England to expect a tough time facing Mohammad Amir after he became his maiden first-class wicket on English soil in six years.
Panesar, who recently accepted having mental issues that nearly ended his career, is not the only English cricketer to have suffered from such issues.