Shiva Jayaraman

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Fakhar Zaman was bowled by Trent Boult in the fourth over

3rd ODI, Pakistan tour of New Zealand at Dunedin, Jan 13 2018

Boult's new high, and a top-order in shambles

The lowest total for a visiting side in New Zealand, Pakistan's losing streak, and other statistical highlights from the third ODI in Dunedin

Steven Smith became the third quickest batsman ever to 23 Test hundreds.

4th Ashes Test, MCG

Smith continues his prolific run

Steven Smith hit yet another hundred - the 23rd of his Test career - to ensure a draw in the Boxing Day Test

Australia take the lead in Ashes stakes

3rd Test, The Ashes, Perth

Another one-sided Ashes result

Australia completed their 33rd Ashes series win to move ahead of England overall

New Zealand v West Indies, 1st Test, Wellington, 2nd day

De Grandhomme hits fastest maiden Test hundred

Colin de Grandhomme also blasted the second fastest Test century by a New Zealand batsman, with all of his runs coming in the third session in Wellington

Captain Jason Holder played some terrific strokes

Zim v WI, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 4th day

Dowrich and Holder emulate 109-year-old feat

West Indies' innings is only the second in Test history with hundreds from two batsmen batting at No. 8 or lower

Shreyas Iyer plays a lofted shot in his 82

Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Shreyas Iyer: consistently quick

Out of the Mumbai batsman's 11 first-class centuries, as many as six of them have come at a strike-rate of over 90

Hashim Amla hit his 28th Test hundred, in Bloemfontein

SA v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Bloemfontein, 2nd day

Four centurions and a change that hasn't worked

Taijul Islam endured a forgettable time, while South Africa's batsmen made merry with an unprecedented four centuries in a Test innings at home

Spinners took 16 wickets at an average of 9.87 in the second innings of the Abu Dhabi Test.

Pakistan v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Abu Dhabi, 5th day

From 841 for 20 to 252 for 20

The fifth day in Abu Dhabi produced one of the rarest reversal of fortunes in Test history