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Sourav Ganguly talks about M Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara's steady performance in seeing India to 146 for 1 at the end of play | Dec 9, 2016
The numbers show how India opener KL Rahul has become more aggressive in the longer format of the game | Dec 9, 2016
Kesrick Williams took a ball directly on the elbow after an erratic Dwayne Bravo throw | Dec 9, 2016
Sourav Ganguly believes KL Rahul's inconsistency in form is due to him coming in and out of the Test side | Dec 9, 2016
Dhaka Dynamites thrashed Rajshahi Kings by 56 runs to win the fourth edition of the Bangladesh Premier League | Dec 9, 2016
Sourav Ganguly breaks down the second day of the fourth Test between India and England | Dec 9, 2016
16.3 Bravo to Farhad Reza, OUT | Dec 9, 2016
15.1 Abu Jayed to Mehedi Hasan Miraz, OUT | Dec 9, 2016
14.3 Sunzamul Islam to Patel, OUT | Dec 9, 2016
Part 11: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Malcolm Marshall was the most intelligent quick bowler ever
Part ten: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Dennis Lillee had tremendous stamina and the ability to adapt to any condition
Part nine: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Shane Warne bowled the best flipper, and he always tried to psyche out batsme...
Part eight: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Wasim Akram was effective both over and round the wicket and was very diffic...
Part seven: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Alan Knott stood out for his glovework and footwork, and he was an iconic pl...
Part six: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Martin Crowe's ability to transfer his weight at the crease made him a difficu...
Part 4: Graham Gooch on Sachin Tendulkar, who bore the crushing weight of expectation masterfully for over two decades
Part five: Graham Gooch on his toughest competitors: Allan Border was not eye-catching but he was uncompromising and focused on wi...
Part three: Graham Gooch on the toughest competitors: Viv Richards owned every ground he walked out onto