South Africa v India, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 5th day
South Africa captain Graeme Smith talks about the drawn match at Newlands that resulted in the drawn series with India
- Players/Officials : Graeme Smith
Bopara strikes for the third time in his second over. Back of a length and on middle, Chowdhury targets the leg side with a pull but can only drag on to the leg stump. The bail gets dislodged | Nov 30, 2015
Pitched up and outside off, Mukhtar sets up to drive. The bat twists in his hand as he offers a return catch | Nov 30, 2015
Mahmudullah's fifty lifted Barisal to 170, after which Kevon Cooper throttled the chase to give Barisal their third win in four matches | Nov 30, 2015
Former New Zealand allrounder Chris Cairns has been found not guilty of perjury and perverting the course of justice following a nine-week trial at Southwark Crown Court | Nov 30, 2015
opara strikes in his first over to break the opening stand. Full and jags back in to trap Liton in front. | Nov 30, 2015
Firdose Moonda looks at the considerations around Dale Steyn's selection for the fourth Test against India and the bowling combinations South Africa could look at in Delhi | Nov 30, 2015
Despite entering the series as massive underdogs, West Indies captain Jason Holder is confident that his team will give Australia a good fight | Nov 30, 2015
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson said that the team had contacted the ICC to get an "acceptable response" about the controversial Nathan Lyon lbw decision | Nov 30, 2015
Mitchell Starc talks about his ankle injury and the experience of playing the first day-night Test at Adelaide | Nov 30, 2015
Despite entering the series as massive underdogs, West Indies captain Jason Holder is confident that his team will give Australia a good ...
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson said that the team had contacted the ICC to get an "acceptable response" about the controversial Nathan Lyo...
Mitchell Starc talks about his ankle injury and the experience of playing the first day-night Test at Adelaide
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum refused to place the blame for his side's loss on the controversial umpiring decision on the second ...
Australia captain Steve Smith believed the inaugural day-night Test was a success following his side's three-wicket win in Adelaide
England captain Jos Buttler was extremely proud of his players performance in the second T20I against Pakistan
Bowler Liam Plunkett on his omission from England's squad for their tour of South Africa
Australia fast bowler Peter Siddle on the pink ball, taking his 200th Test wicket, and the spectacle of a day-night Test
New Zealand spearhead Trent Boult on playing Test cricket in front of 50,000 spectators, and the difficulties of the pink ball