'There was not a lot you could throw at him'
To replace Sangakkara the man will be a bigger challenge than to replace Sangakkara the cricketer
The World Cup and me
One of India's greatest cricketers talks about the highs, lows and in-betweens of his three World Cups
Giddy in Manchester, heartbroken in Leicester
The agony and the ecstasy - and the feelings in between - of the 1999 World Cup
A great spinner who could become a titan
Harbhajan Singh has done wonderfully well for India but his legacy will be determined by how he deals with his current slump
Dhoni needs a second wind as captain
He's still the best man for the job, for a number of reasons, but his leadership style could do with tweaking
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World Cup FAQs - Who are the favourites? Which games should you call in sick for?
'Knee held up pretty well' - Williamson marks return from injury with half-century
Mo Bobat to join RCB as director of cricket after 12 years in England set-up