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Jul 25, 2014

Losing to India

The Cordon: An Englishman discovers cricket fervour in India, and realises he can't quite win a game against Indians back home either

Nicholas Hogg

Apr 9, 2014

Bat up, Cuba

Cricinfo: Scyld Berry's column in the Telegraph explains how a charity has been supplying bats, stumps, helmets and more to fuel Cuba's passion for cricket

Feb 1, 2014

Corey Anderson thrives on confidence

Cricinfo: Self-belief plays a big part of Corey Anderson stunning rise from backyard cricket to national hero, as he reveals in an interview with Alan Perrott for the New Zealand Herald

Jan 7, 2014

A victory for hard work and desire


ESPNcricinfo staff

Oct 11, 2013

The kid who finally had to grow up

The Stands: To this fan, Sachin Tendulkar is a kid who managed to extend his childhood beyond its definition

Rajan Thambehalli

Oct 10, 2013

The most cricketous area in the world

Cricinfo: The tour kicks off in Mumbai, with a visit to the maidans, where all of cricket is displayed in a microcosm

Andy Zaltzman

Aug 28, 2013

Sachin, Yuvraj and Sehwag as siblings

Cricinfo: Residents of a village in Tamil Nadu have reflected their passion for cricket and WWE by naming their children after their favourite players and wrestlers

ESPNcricinfo staff

Aug 20, 2013

Once upon a red-clay wicket

The Cordon: Learning the virtues of pitching it on a good length is easy when you end up breaking light fixtures every time you don't

Krishna Kumar

Sep 14, 2012

Candid camera: losing my head

The Cordon: In the last year (ie, the 12th grade) of my high school years, a good friend of mine decided to put together a photographic record of our class' escapades

Samir Chopra

May 29, 2012


Cricinfo: I was really fortunate to be asked to go to the 2011 World Cup in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. I was away from home for almost seven weeks

Philip Brown

May 6, 2012

Braving the Indian summer

The Cordon: Cricket fans not from the subcontinent come to realize - eventually - that cricket is most certainly not the summer game in the Indian subcontinent

Samir Chopra

Apr 6, 2012

The opportunity in a Pakistan Premier League

The Cordon: Rumours of the death of Pakistan cricket, it seems, have been greatly exaggerated. If flowers can bloom in the desert, Pakistan cricket can thrive without the security glare of home internationals

Kamran Abbasi
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