Michael Holding says that the defeat was a foregone conclusion, but it's been refreshing to see that there has been a change in attitude of the team
Interviewer: Dan Brettig
39.1 SL Malinga to JE Root, 4 runs, some will call him unlucky because this has gone for four off the outside edge, but he has bowled this short and wide, and half-deserves it | Mar 1, 2015
38.6 RAS Lakmal to JWA Taylor, 4 runs, wide yorker, good ball, but takes a thick outside edge for four | Mar 1, 2015
38.5 RAS Lakmal to JE Root, 1 leg bye, misses out on a full toss. Is hit on the inside of the thigh, and to make it worse Taylor calls him for a quick single, which he has to complete with a dive. Oh boy, Sri Lanka have reviewed this. This has to b | Mar 1, 2015
37.3 SL Malinga to JE Root, 4 runs, short, Root stays deep in the crease, and has the time to pull this to the right of deep square leg. Sri Lanka have suddenly lost the plot in the Powerplay | Mar 1, 2015
36.5 NLTC Perera to JE Root, 4 runs, lovely back-cut. Perera stays short and wide - I don't know why - and he has cut this away for four | Mar 1, 2015
35.4 HMRKB Herath to JE Root, 4 runs, top shot. This is full, just outside off, and he has swept this square for four. All along the ground | Mar 1, 2015
34.3 NLTC Perera to EJG Morgan, out, just before the Powerplay. Morgan had been finding the fielders with almost all his shots so far, and this time he has done it fatally so. This is short of a length, provides him the width, and Morgan goes for the cut, | Mar 1, 2015
33.5 AD Mathews to JE Root, 2 runs, swinging in, he gets inside the line, works this fine of long leg, and comes back for a tight second, which he makes with the dive. And the dive brings up the fifty for Root | Mar 1, 2015
31.1 HMRKB Herath to EJG Morgan, 4 runs, Herath is the man to be targeted. Down the wicket to drive him right back over his head for four | Mar 1, 2015
Alexis Nunes and ESPNcricinfo analyst Colin Croft talk about your tweets during West Indies embarrassing loss to South Africa
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Jonathan Trott and Michael Holding answer quick-fire questions following New Zealand's win over Scotland.
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Former fast bowler Iain O'Brien says the Ronchi-Elliott partnership was phenomenal to take New Zealand to 360, even though 270 would have...
Steven Finn took 5 for 33 to help dismiss India for 153 and set up England's nine-wicket win at the Gabba