Abhishek Purohit

Abhishek Purohit is a senior sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo

Mumbai Indians attempt to regroup

Mumbai Indians v Chennai Super Kings, IPL 2015, Mumbai

Top order woes mask Mumbai's bowling conundrum

The spotlight has been on the batting position of Rohit Sharma and surprise moves such as Harbhajan Singh's promotion, but it is their bowling that has consistently hurt Mumbai Indians so far this season

JP Duminy was run out in bizarre fashion after colliding with Axar Patel

Kings XI Punjab v Delhi Daredevils, IPL 2015, Pune

The leggie's yorker

Plays of the Day from the IPL match between Kings XI Punjab and Delhi Daredevils in Pune

Yuvraj Singh flicks for six

Kings XI Punjab v Delhi Daredevils, IPL 2015, Pune

Yuvraj, Agarwal end DD's losing streak

Half-centuries from Yuvraj Singh and Mayank Agarwal led Delhi Daredevils to a five-wicket win over Kings XI Punjab, thereby breaking their run of 11 successive defeats

Steven Smith swings his arms

Sunrisers Hyderabad v Rajasthan Royals, IPL 2015, Visakhapatnam

Surging Royals the team to beat

Yet again, Rajasthan Royals are doing the early running in a season, with three wins out of three, and are the team to beat

Virender Sehwag was aggressive right from the off

Mumbai Indians v Kings XI Punjab, IPL 2015, Mumbai

The dying light still dazzles

Five thoughts on the game, from Virender Sehwag serving up a series of delights to his former team-mate Harbhajan Singh revealing a glimpse of his best years

AB de Villiers drops a catch

Knight Riders v Royal Challengers, IPL 2015, Kolkata

Can you believe who dropped it?

Plays of the day from the match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore at Eden Gardens

Chris Gayle hits down the ground

Knight Riders v Royal Challengers, IPL 2015, Kolkata

Gayle 96 guides wobbly RCB to win

Even as Royal Challengers Bangalore threatened to implode at 133 for 6 in a chase of 178, Chris Gayle hit seven fours and seven sixes in his 96 off 56 to guide them home

Samiullah Shenwari and Shapoor Zadran erupt in celebration

Assessing the Associates - Afghanistan

A lesson in pragmatism for passionate Afghanistan

Afghanistan's rapid climb up cricket's world order created plenty of excitement and expectations around the team. The World Cup gave them a chance to gauge their strengths and they strengthened their case for more exposure

Brendan Taylor was the first Zimbabwe player to score consecutive tons in a World Cup

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

A familiar despair marks Taylor's farewell

Brendan Taylor did everything in his last match to give his side a real chance of stunning India, and all he could do was watch it slip away. In so many ways, the theme of his Zimbabwe career

Brendan Taylor struck 11 fours and four sixes in his 91-ball 121

Ind v Zim, Group B, Auckland

India eye six out of six, Taylor happy farewell

Brendan Taylor's international exit will take up much of the spotlight in an otherwise inconsequential match between India, who are assured of first place in their group, and Zimbabwe, who are already out of the tournament