Jarrod Kimber

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Darren Sammy and Carlos Brathwaite celebrate West Indies' win with the rest of the team

How Carlos Brathwaite became a star

He wanted to be able to do what his team wanted him to do. At the World T20 final, that meant backing himself to hit the sixes he had practised all tournament

West Indies were outrageous with their celebrations after finishing an outrageous match

England v West Indies, World T20 2016 final, Kolkata

They came, they rallied, they won

The ills of West Indies cricket may not be solved overnight, but the victorious teams - men, women and the U-19s - have brought much joy and no little flair

Kane Williamson plays a cut

What's worked in this World T20?

Yorkers made a comeback, pure batsmen largely trumped hitters, and the myth of the par score was busted

WG Grace on his 66th birthday

Hate to Love

Cricket's greatest bastard

Bad boy WG Grace is easy to love but good boy WG Grace (and the accompanying legend) is hard to bear

Lendl Simmons is hoisted by his team-mates after his match-winning knock

India v West Indies, World T20 2016, semi-final, Mumbai

Simmons' four innings silence the Mumbai madness

At one stage you could barely hear yourself think, and then you could barely hear anything as Johnson Charles, Lendl Simmons and Andre Russell crashed the party

Dawlat Zadran celebrates Shahid Afridi's wicket

A team of 11 Afridis

Afghanistan are a side who identify with their Pashtun brother in heart, mind and cricket

The Australian team clap Shane Watson off the field after his last T20I

India v Australia, World T20 2016, Group 2, Mohali

Watson skips into T20 retirement

Shane Watson skipped from the field when he imagined Australia had won and there was still a spring in his step after Virat Kohli ensured that his T20 career ended two games earlier than he wanted

Steven Smith shapes up to play the ball into the leg side

Australia v Pakistan, World T20 2016, Group 2, Mohali

Smith exposes gulf in class

It was normal for Steven Smith but something else for everyone watching, an off-side leg glance that showed just how in control Australia's captain was