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The second son of the 7th Earl of Sandwich, he entered the Royal Navy at the age of 12 and rose to become a read admiral. A keen allround sportsman, he played cricket for the MCC, and also hunted and rode and sailed. His godmother was Queen Victoria and King Edward VII was among his closest friends.
Stats highlights from Chris Gayle's record-breaking 215 against Zimbabwe in the Group B match in Canberra
Years after the juggling act of hiding multiple poor fielders and making do with the kind of attacks India have had, this current unit has given MS Dhoni some breathing space
After another blunt display, James Anderson's form at this World Cup is becoming a significant problem for England
They only need to follow the example of their aggressive captain, who doesn't let insecurity undermine him