Of late India's tail has been letting the team down repeatedly, and MS Dhoni can't see a solution to that problem
Ryan Harris on the MCG pitch
No-balls really do annoy Michael Holding
Chris Rogers on being hit on the box by Ishant Sharma in the first over of the Boxing Day Test at the MCG
Alastair Cook quips after beating James Anderson in a leg of darts
Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh is aggrieved by the new trend of preparing green pitches in domestic cricket
I am happy about my achievements and records but the only regret I have is losing the fastest ODI century record.
Shahid Afridi is as frank as ever after announcing his decision to quit ODIs post the 2015 World Cup
VVS Laxman on the brouhaha over India's sledging on the third day in the Brisbane Test
Mohammed Moosajee, South African team manager, on why Allan Donald did not come out as 14th man in Centurion
It's almost mandatory for teams these days, but Mark Taylor doesn't think much of them
Virat Kohli on the rising tensions between players on the fourth day of the Adelaide Test
Umpire Ian Gould tells Michael Clarke that Varun Aaron is coming around the wicket
His deal with himself was he would buy a new cow for his herd every time he hit a 100. The herd grew very quickly.
Phillip Hughes' friend Corey Ireland, during his eulogy
R Ashwin waxes metaphorical as he tells the BCCI website that cricket is a batsman's game
Saeed Ajmal doesn't pull any punches when discussing suspect actions
It's got nothing to do about I'll see you in the car park and we'll beat the crap out of each other.
Dale Steyn tries to set the record straight about his confrontation with Michael Clarke during the Cape Town Test earlier this year
The Test series is big, but at the end of the day, if they do well in the World Cup no one will care about the Test series over there.
Former Australian bowler Stuart Clark thinks the upcoming Tests in Australia are not India's No. 1 priority
Australia's Aaron Finch after nearly being singed by a flame-thrower near the boundary during the first Twenty20
I was telling people if every time I answered a question about Multan I got a rupee, I would be a multimillionaire by now.
Rahul Dravid on the number of times he has been asked about his declaration in the 2003-04 Multan Test when Sachin Tendulkar was on 194
Steve Waugh praises Pakistan's ability to keep discovering fresh talent, evident in their 221-run victory against Australia in Dubai
Geoff Marsh on the fact both his sons - Shaun and Mitchell - are now Australian Test cricketers
They are called the Tigers, which is a tough animal; you mess around with a tiger it kills you. We have to respect the Tigers, especially in their own forest.
Zimbabwe coach Stephen Mangongo isn't going to be taking Bangladesh lightly
Saqlain Mushtaq was asked if there can be further innovation to the doosra. This was his reply
Anil Kumble explains how he became India's Test captain when no one else wanted it, or was ready for it
Brad Haddin on Australia's competitiveness, when asked if there was tension between his team and Pakistan
I've watched more cricket than I've played. So there's enough in this upper-storey that can be used before I forget it.
Ravi Shastri, India's new director of cricket, believes he has a lot to offer the team
Darren Sammy, when asked if he would like to bat higher during the ODIs against India
It's almost like Indians have chillies from a very early age, therefore if you eat chilli it doesn't really bother you. But if we eat chilli, it burns our mouth, which is the same while playing spin.
Justin Langer the Perth Scorchers coach, on why Australians struggle against spin
Wicket-taker, contains, and he does it in a short-sleeved shirt, which is nice to see for a spinner.
George Bailey believes his Kings XI Punjab team-mate, left-arm spinner Akshar Patel, has plenty of talent and nothing to hide
I am happy they [England] gave us [India] the game of cricket, which they can't play very well, and the English language, which I can't speak very well.
Former India captain Kapil Dev gets cheeky after receiving a lifetime achievement award at the House of Lords from the Indo-European Business Forum
When our cricket team wins a tournament and returns, the entire country rejoices, but this achievement is a thousand times greater.
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi after India successfully put a satellite into orbit around Mars
I have enjoyed when a gorgeous cricket ball declines the advances of my well-manicured cricket bat. But loaded with the perseverance of a sincere lover, my bat wins
A dreamy Gautam Gambhir gets eloquent on batting and its romance, in his newspaper column
The guys play ten to 11 months in a year, so wives, girlfriends - you should be allowed to decide what your partners are irrespective of the gender - on tour
The Indian team manager may frown on girlfriends accompanying cricketers on tour, but Rahul Dravid believes in freedom of choice
Dale Steyn expresses his surprise on seeing his team-mate AB de Villiers bowl for only the second time in ODIs, against Zimbabwe in Harare
Former Australia fast bowler Rodney Hogg tweets after Australia's loss to Zimbabwe, and explains what may have gone wrong 31 years ago
Graeme Swann remains a staunch critic of England's one-day strategy
It's such a frustrating scenario: One can't become the chief minister, but one can still become the prime minister!
IS Bindra, a senior Indian cricket administrator, can't believe N Srinivasan can be appointed the ICC president when India's Supreme Court has prevented him from functioning as the BCCI president
I've been trying to hit as straight as possible, so I'm very happy with the shot. I'm not going to apologise for it.
Mitchell Johnson is not sorry for breaking the glass on the commentators' box at the Harare Sports Club
BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel says India's bowling and fielding coaches Joe Dawes and Trevor Penney have many options after they were "given a break"
MS Dhoni, when asked if some of the players might want to miss the IPL and work on their Test games