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Dec 7, 2014

Healing by putting your bat out

The Cordon: Touching tributes by strangers all over the world have helped immensely in recovering from the pain of Phillip Hughes' death

Russell Jackson

Nov 30, 2014

Misbah, the unobtrusive hero

The Stands: Misbal-ul-Haq may not have the inventiveness of Javed Miandad or instantly-recognisable presence at the crease, like Inzaman-ul-Haq, but he is rock solid, an attribute valued highly in Test cricket

Bill Ricquier

Nov 23, 2014

The multifaceted Mr Ravi Shastri

The Cordon: We might know him better as a commentator, but in his day he was a fine spinner and, when called on, a gritty opener

Stuart Wark

Nov 3, 2014

The forgotten centurion

The Cordon: Andrew Strauss was a key batsman in many of England's memorable wins (and draws), but it's unlikely you'll remember his contributions off hand

Daniel Brigham

Oct 23, 2014

All hail the Phantom

The Cordon: One of Australian cricket's leading voices, he was also a technically correct opener who took on some of the best fast bowling attacks with distinction over a ten-year career

Stuart Wark

Sep 6, 2014

Let us now praise Dudley Nourse

The Cordon: The South African batsman's superior Test numbers may have slipped under the radar because of his team's poor record in the few years either side of the Second World War

Stuart Wark

Aug 20, 2014

Me, my Bapi and Bangladesh cricket

The Stands: A son recalls the highs that Bangladesh cricket gave him and his father

Zeeshan Mahmud

Jul 20, 2014

A man of his people

The Cordon: Mahela Jayawardene embodies artistry and steel in his batting, and warmth and humanity off the field

Janaka Malwatta

Jun 23, 2014

24-carat Tendulkar

Cricinfo: The London-based East India Company has released a limited-edition legal tender coin commemorating the career of Sachin Tendulkar

Apr 14, 2014

The finest of Sri Lanka's early years

The Cordon: In the '80s, the classy Roy Dias gave stability to a Sri Lankan batting line-up that had to compete against teams with far greater experience and depth

Stuart Wark

Apr 5, 2014

Wadekar's shoes and a Karnataka triumph

Cricinfo: In the Telegraph, historian Ramachandra Guha reminisces about Karnataka's semi-final against Bombay in March 1974, en route to their first Ranji Trophy title

ESPNcricinfo staff

Feb 16, 2014

Sarfaraz's unique T-shirt tribute to father

Cricinfo: India's 16-year-old batting allrounder Sarfaraz Khan found a unique way to pay tribute to coach and father, Naushad Khan

ESPNcricinfo staff

Dec 6, 2013

A night of celebrating Mandela

Cricinfo: Taking in the scenes outside Nelson Mandela's house in Houghton in Johannesburg, on the night he died

Sidharth Monga

Oct 29, 2013

'I never saw him get irritated'

Farewell Tendulkar: VVS Laxman chats about how much he learnt from Sachin Tendulkar, and about the time he changed his stance, walked in to bat and scored a brilliant Test hundred

VVS Laxman

Oct 28, 2013

Are we doing enough to honour Tendulkar? Alas, no

Page 2: We must immortalise him in ways that ensure he remains etched in the minds of all those who never got to see him play

Sidin Vadukut

Oct 28, 2013

'He didn't alter his behaviour, so you had to be quick'

Farewell Tendulkar: Tendulkar didn't avoid cameras but he seemed to be aware of them, says Australian journalist and photographer Mark Ray

Interview by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Oct 24, 2013

A plateful of biscuits, and an unforgettable car ride

Farewell Tendulkar: Covering Tendulkar for 25 years has to be pretty eventful. Clayton Murzello recalls his days waiting at airports and chasing leads

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Oct 24, 2013

A one-man happiness index

Farewell Tendulkar: It's hard to imagine a cricketer who has shared as profound a bond with such a large number of fans. We at ESPNcricinfo know this first hand

Sambit Bal

Oct 24, 2013

'Just bowl him another long hop'

Farewell Tendulkar: The Zimbabwe offspinner, who played against a young Tendulkar in 1992-93, recalls being impressed by his batsmanship and modesty

John Traicos

Oct 13, 2013

Goodbye Sachin

Cricinfo: A photograph from the previous time Philip Brown snapped Sachin Tendulkar, in tribute to the great Indian sportsman who'll soon be retiring from the game

Philip Brown
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