South Africa v Pakistan, 5th ODI, Benoni
Highlights from the fifth and final ODI between South Africa and Pakistan in Benoni
- Players/Officials : AB de Villiers
Surrey's Kumar Sangakkara looks back on a run-filled final season in first-class cricket | Sep 22, 2017
All the latest from the County Championship as champions Essex fight back from a 178-run deficit to stun Hampshire | Sep 22, 2017
Raunak Kapoor and Shaun Tait discuss the various options that Australia have to replace Pat Cummins, who has been asked to return home after the ODI series in India | Sep 22, 2017
Take a look at the leading candidates to fill the gaps in England's batting line-up in Australia | Sep 22, 2017
Having fallen out of the top eight in the ODI rankings, they failed to qualify automatically, but the Windies still have a chance to make it via next year's Qualifiers | Sep 22, 2017
Irfan Pathan, Shaun Tait, Cyrus Broacha and the ESPNcricinfo staffers have their say | Sep 22, 2017
Ajit Agarkar and Shaun Tait along with ESPNcricinfo staff discuss the success of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and the wrist spinners in the second ODI in Kolkata | Sep 22, 2017
A mesmerising spell of wristspin, a washout at Trent Bridge and a return for Peter Nevill in Sydney Sixers colours feature in our round-up of what made headlines on September 21 | Sep 22, 2017
Ajit Agarkar and Shaun Tait, along with the ESPNcricinfo staff, talk about how important Darren Lehmann's presence would have been in India, having been a good player of spin himself | Sep 21, 2017
1.5 JE Taylor to AD Hales, 4 runs, back-foot drive! Same shot, really, but with a fractional recalibration from cover to point. Timed so ...
1.4 JE Taylor to AD Hales, 4 runs, crunched! Too full, no swing, and Hales leans onto the front foot to present a powerful full face thro...
0.5 JO Holder to AD Hales, 1 run, blocked to point and that's a crazy single! Kyle Hope swoops and shies, and Bairstow would have been go...
0.2 JO Holder to JM Bairstow, 4 runs, on the toes, too predictable from Holder, and Bairstow clips it fiercely away through square leg
Starting as an opener England's Jonny Bairstow scored his first ODI century making 100* off 97 balls
England thrashed the West Indies in their first ODI winning by seven wickets, at Old Trafford
30.5 AR Nurse to BA Stokes, 6 runs, tonk! Into the stands to win the match! Stokes had been itching to cut loose, and finally has full li...
WATCH - Bairstow brings up maiden ODI ton
WATCH - Stokes smacks six, England on brink