Shikhar Dhawan says trust is key factor behind success of opening partnership with Rohit Sharma in ODI cricket
With 16 century stands between them, Sharma and Dhawan are joint second with Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden in the most hundred-run partnerships in the list led by compatriots Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly (21).
Former Australia opener Matthew Hayden reveals how actor Tom Cruise’s role in 'The Last Samurai' changed his cricket career
Hayden said that Tom Cruise’s iconic film The Last Samurai had helped change his mental approach to batting.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Parthiv Patel does not consider himself unlucky to have played in the same era as Mahendra Singh Dhoni as he knows that the former captain grabbed his opportunities way better than him.
Patel shared the anecdote during an interaction with Fever Network's '100 hours 100 stars'
Justin Langer recalls nearly calling it quits midway through Australia’s 2001 Ashes campaign in England
Justin Langer wanted to return home midway through Australia’s Ashes tour of England in 2001 and announce his retirement after being dropped from the side due to poor form, the current national team head coach has revealed.
Exactly 16 years ago, on this day, West Indies great Brian Lara climbed Mount 400 against England during the fourth Test in Antigua.
Langer was appointed as the Australian coach in May 2018, following the infamous ball tampering scandal that saw skipper Steve Smith and his deputy David Warner slapped with year long bans.
Shane Warne picks Sachin Tendulkar as batsman for all conditions, hails Steve Waugh as 'match-saver'
One of the greatest spinners to have played the game, Warne was engaged in an Instagram live session with his fans
In Kolkata’s Eden Gardens, India tasted forbidden fruit: How a batting partnership undid Australia's invincibility
In March 2001 at Kolkata's Eden Gardens, India was facing Australia — opponents who were laying claim to being the greatest Test team in the history of the sport. But VVS Laxman and Rahul Dravid's partnership destroyed the Aussies' will and ego, rendering a top class bowling attack completely helpless
Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh and Pakistan fast bowling great Wasim Akram became the first players outside Australia to confirm their availability for the charity cricket match organised to raise funds for the bushfire victims.
Steve Smith and David Warner's returns will make Australia favourites against India in Tests, feels Matthew Hayden
India made history in Australia last January by winning their maiden Test series win Down Under, ending a 71-year wait. But, at that time, Smith and Warner were serving one-year ball tampering bans.
India vs Australia: Former cricketers criticise skipper Virat Kohli's decision to bat at number four in first ODI
Virat Kohli, whose usual batting position is number three, pushed himself down the order to accommodate specialist openers Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul.
IPL 2019 Final, MI vs CSK: MS Dhoni an 'era of cricket', says former Australia batsman Matthew Hayden
Australia's former star batsman Matthew Hayden has used a variety of superlatives to describe Mahendra Singh Dhoni, calling him an "era of cricket" and "almost like a leader of a nation".
Steve Smith, David Warner to play 2019 World Cup regardless of how they perform in IPL, says Matthew Hayden
Having all but completed their one-year ban (set to end on March 28) from international cricket on ball tampering charges, Smith and Warner's IPL performance is expected to be closely monitored by Cricket Australia.
Shane Warne says players of his generation played more cricket than current lot and still found time to improve
Shane Warne refuses to buy the argument that players nowadays don't find time to work on their game.
Orange Cap holders in the history of IPL: List of batsmen finishing as highest run-scorers in a season
The onset of new decade of the IPL is just around the corner as we look back at the orange cap holders of the previous 10 editions
India vs Australia: Glenn Maxwell makes a case for himself after adding maturity and awareness to his mayhem
Glenn Maxwell's knock of 113 wasn't as devastating as his 65-ball 145 not out against Sri Lanka three years ago. But the beauty of this innings was that he won the match for Australia with his mind and bat working in tandem.
"Stoinis has adopted a wider approach to his game which is winning matches for his country. Hardik Pandya also has the same responsibility, but I think right now Stoinis is a better player," Hayden said.
India vs Australia: Virat Kohli is a 'fantastic captain', says fast bowler and former IPL teammate Mitchell Starc
Kohli's on-field heated exchanges with Australia skipper Tim Paine in the second Test turned out to be a subject of discussion with many former players, including Mitchell Johnson, criticising the batting maestro's behaviour.
Matthew Hayden also tore several ligaments and hurt his forehead after being dumped into a sandbank while surfing on North Stradbroke Island in Queensland.