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A general view of the MA Chidambaram Stadium, also known as Chepauk

Gold from a Madras furnace

On the last day of the India-Australia Test 30 years ago today, it all came to a boil, in more ways than one. The umpires, and others who were there, look back

Yasir Shah struck just before lunch

Pakistan news

Pakistan's big leap in 24 months

They were trampled by Rangana Herath, they lost Saeed Ajmal to an illegal action, they endured Alastair Cook's historic double-hundred. But Pakistan overcame all of that and more in the past two years to become No. 1

Dale Steyn had figures of 6-4-3-2 at lunch

South Africa v New Zealand, 1st Test, Durban, 2nd day

Rain ruins delightful swing-bowling day

Dale Steyn harnessed helpful conditions for fast bowling in Durban and put New Zealand in trouble after South Africa were all out for 263. But rain allowed for only 22 overs of play

Roston Chase marked his century with a unique salute

West Indies v India, 2nd Test, Kingston, 5th day

Classy Chase ton leads West Indies to improbable draw

Roston Chase became the first West Indian in 50 years to combine a five-for with a century in Test cricket to help secure an improbable draw for his team

Mohammed Shami delivers a ball

West Indies v India, 2nd Test, Kingston, 4th day

Rain helps hapless WI survive another day

Earl, the tropical storm threatening Kingston, allowed for only 15.5 overs on the fourth day. In that time, India helped themselves to four wickets, suggesting all they needed was a session or two more to wrap up a Test victory

Ajinkya Rahane hits through the off side for four

West Indies v India, 2nd Test, Kingston, 3rd day

Rain ruins play after India declare with 304 lead

An unbeaten 108 from Ajinkya Rahane pushed India's lead to 304 on the third day of the second Test in Kingston, but rain made sure India didn't have a go at the West Indies batsmen on day three

KL Rahul steps out and smacks the ball

West Indies v India, 2nd Test, Kingston, 2nd day

Rahul's career-best 158 arms India with strong lead

KL Rahul struck his third Test century, a career-best 158, to thrust India into the lead against West Indies on the second day in Kingston

R Ashwin beat Marlon Samuels in flight

West Indies v India, 2nd Test, Kingston, 1st day

Ashwin and Rahul floor West Indies

R Ashwin's five-for helped India bowl West Indies out for 196, following which KL Rahul struck a half-century on his Test comeback to keep his team on top in Kingston

Hamilton Masakadza played all across a delivery from Barinder Sran

Zimbabwe v India, 2nd T20I, Harare

Sran and Bumrah wreck Zimbabwe as India level series

Barinder Sran's 4 for 10 sprung the trap on Zimbabwe, Jasprit Bumrah's 3 for 11 made sure they couldn't even think about escape and India levelled the series 1-1 with a 10-wicket victory