Sidharth Monga

Sidharth Monga is an assistant editor at ESPNcricinfo

Rohit Sharma celebrates after completing his hundred

Bangladesh v India, World Cup 2015, 2nd quarter-final, Melbourne

Responsible Rohit sees off Bangladesh threat

Rohit Sharma's acceleration from 60 off 80 to 137 off 126 undid some excellent defensive bowling by Bangladesh to help India post a winning total

JP Duminy bowled a double-wicket maiden to jolt Sri Lanka

SA v SL, World Cup 2015, 1st quarter-final, Sydney

Pumped-up South Africa end knockout hoodoo

South Africa bowled out Sri Lanka for 133 in a show of pumped-up skill, hostility and aggression to seal their first win in a knockout match in a World Cup

Suresh Raina leaps and punches the air

India v Zimbabwe, World Cup 2015, Group B, Auckland

Raina, Dhoni ensure clean slate

Brendan Taylor scored an emotional century in his last match for Zimbabwe, but experienced the familiar agony of watching his side lose

Mohammed Shami celebrates the wicket of Kevin O'Brien

India v Ireland, World Cup 2015, Group B, Hamilton

Ashwin, Dhawan make it nine in a row

India took their winning streak in World Cup matches to nine, and also maintained their record of bowling oppositions out in this World Cup

Glenn Maxwell acknowledges the crowd after scoring a ton

Australia v Sri Lanka, World Cup 2015, Group A, Sydney

Maxwell's hundred trumps Sangakkara's

Glenn Maxwell's first ODI hundred missed the record for the fastest World Cup hundred by one ball, but took Australia to 376

Mohammad Irfan roars after removing Dale Steyn

Pakistan v South Africa, World Cup 2015, Group B, Auckland

Pakistan roar back through bowlers

Defending only 231 in 47 overs at the small Eden Park, Pakistan's left-arm quicks turned it on like only the ones from that part of the world can to win by 29 runs

MS Dhoni struck an unbeaten 56-ball 45 to guide India home

India v West Indies, Group B, Perth

Dhoni, bowlers extend World Cup streak

India were given their first scare of the World Cup when West Indies reduced them to 78 for 4 and 134 for 6 in a chase of 183, but MS Dhoni shepherded them through to an eventually comfortable win with four wickets in hand and 10.5 overs to spare

Viv Richards

Cover story

'The first thing is to think aggression'

In his time he taught the most fearsome bowlers to think twice. In his 60s now, Viv Richards, our jury's pick as the greatest ODI player ever, talks attack