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Lungi Ngidi is ecstatic after getting his maiden T20I wicket

T20I bowling nominees

Short format, big returns

Between them, our T20I bowling nominees took 36 wickets for 201 in their nominated spells

Doug Bracewell found Chris Gayle's outside edge off his first ball

New Zealand v West Indies, 1st ODI, Whangarei

Bracewell, Astle put New Zealand 1-0 up

Doug Bracewell and Todd Astle combined for seven wickets to help New Zealand cruise to a five-wicket win in the first ODI in Whangarei

Rohit Sharma soaks in his third double-hundred in ODIs

India v Sri Lanka, 2nd ODI, Mohali

Rohit's rampaging double-ton levels series

Rohit Sharma razed his way to an unbeaten 208, his third ODI double-ton, to thrust India to a series-levelling win in Mohali

Suranga Lakmal sent back captain Rohit Sharma for two runs

India v Sri Lanka, 1st ODI, Dharamsala

Sri Lanka rout India to snap 12-game losing streak

Sri Lanka's seamers, led by Suranga Lakmal, used swinging and seaming conditions in Dharamsala to rip through India, setting up a seven-wicket rout that also snapped their 12-game losing streak in ODIs

Colin de Grandhomme steers one into the leg side

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

De Grandhomme's 71-ball maiden ton stretches lead past 300

Colin de Grandhomme hammered a 71-ball maiden ton, the second fastest by a New Zealand batsman in Tests, to thrust New Zealand to 447 for 9, a lead of 313 at stumps in Wellington

Neil Wagner had Shimron Hetmyer caught off a short ball

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

New Zealand in command after Wagner's seven-for

Neil Wagner ripped through West Indies with a career-best 7 for 39, the second-best figures for New Zealand against West Indies, to topple the visitors over for 134 on the first day in Wellington

Shikhar Dhawan plays one down the ground

India v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Kolkata, 4th day

Rahul and Dhawan carry India into lead with ease

Both openers capitalised on vastly improved batting conditions, both overhead and underfoot, to lead India's recovery on the fourth day in Kolkata