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Kane Williamson equaled the New Zealand record for Test Centuries and became the fastest Kiwi to 5,000 runs with his 148* on the third day of the third Test against South Africa | Mar 27, 2017
Kane Williamson and Jeet Raval pulled New Zealand ahead of South Africa on a third weather-hampered day of the closely-contested Hamilton Test | Mar 27, 2017
Ian Chappell on how much India might require in their first innings in Dharamsala | Mar 27, 2017
63.4 VD Philander to KS Williamson, 6 runs, what a shot! That's 5000 runs for Williamson. The fastest Kiwi to the mark. This one is short at middle stump, he rocks back and whacks this, flat, over the square leg boundary. Incredible shot. That ball wasn't quick or climbing. | Mar 27, 2017
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94.1 K Rabada to HM Nicholls, out, tickles it down to De Kock off his glove. Nicholls gets a bouncer at his ribs first ball, he climbs and tries to tuck this fine, but that's an edge and he's walking | Mar 27, 2017
92.6 K Rabada to NT Broom, out, and there's the token trademark wicket of the season, shouldering arms. Good length, angling in at off stump. This ball is a tad fuller than the one he left on length in the previous over. It thuds him on the back leg, right in front of the stumps. A sheepish consultation with Williamson about a review, but they both know there's no chance | Mar 27, 2017
89.5 M Morkel to JA Raval, out, and he'll have to tell him the same in the dressing room, because De Kock has pulled off a blinder. This is angled in at off middle stump, nips back sharply and cramps him. He puts down an angled bat at it to defend. Gets a thick inside edge that is travelling and dipping quickly, but De Kock takes a shuffle to his right before diving low and plucking it inches off the ground. A long, gutsy vigil from Raval has come to and end, 12 short of his hundred. | Mar 27, 2017
85.1 M Morkel to KS Williamson, 6 runs, glorious. Back of a length outside off, crouches momentarily, springs back up after picking the height, still is under it as he dispatches this pull shot over the square leg boundary | Mar 27, 2017
Arya Yuyutsu walks around Galle to discover how the unique vantage point offered by the fort creates interest in the cricket between Sri ...
JK's Cricketer's Hut in Chennai is a museum where one can find rare collectibles related to Ranjitsinhji, Don Bradman and many other lege...
Arya Yuyutsu and Nikhita Sanotra visit Roshanara Club, the place where the Indian cricket board was first formed
Melinda Farrell takes us behind the scenes of the ESPNcricinfo Match Point set in Sydney
Arya Yuyutsu speaks to New Zealand band SOL3 MIO, an opera-style band who performed at the World Cup opening ceremony in Christchurch
Arya Yuyutsu catches up with Greg Conley, an American citizen who travelled across the world to experience the World Cup and the sport he...
Michael Holding, Ajit Agarkar, Isa Guha and Raunak Kapoor go walkabout on the Sydney Harbour Bridge
Cricket fans in Wellington pay tribute to Martin Crowe, one of New Zealand's best batsmen and an inspiration for generations
Ireland's O'Brien brothers, Niall and Kevin, talk to Arya Yuyutsu on cricket and life beyond