Remember the game: the last six balls of the 2016 T20 World Cup relived
Remember the game: the last six balls of the 2016 T20 World Cup relived

An iconic final over and an iconic piece of commentary. Carlos Brathwaite, Ian Bishop and Samuel Badree look back at the four sixes and the rest

India. Australia. Chennai. 2001
India. Australia. Chennai. 2001

Twenty years on: an unforgettable series, an incredible final day. Relive it through the eyes of those who were there

Wasim Akram bowls to Warner, Gayle, Kohli, Buttler, Russell and Dhoni
Wasim Akram bowls to Warner, Gayle, Kohli, Buttler, Russell and Dhoni

In a hypothetical T20 spell, the sultan of swing faces up against the top batsmen of the modern era

India. Pakistan. Chennai. 1999
India. Pakistan. Chennai. 1999

Twenty years on, a look back at an extraordinary day of India-Pakistan cricket

Twenty-five things that are no longer around
Twenty-five things that are no longer around

Remember what cricket was like two and a half decades ago?

The wizard Elz
The wizard Elz

Close to three decades ago, an Australian computer programmer pioneered online text commentary for cricket matches

Wasim <i>Akramam</i>
Wasim Akramam

What one Pakistani genius meant to two generations of an Indian family

The art of Anderson
The art of Anderson

Jimmy A talks us through how he does what he does

Inside batting
Inside batting

This month's cover story goes into territory cricket writing normally fears to tread

Of sports and hatred
Of sports and hatred

Why do we take to social media in droves and pour scorn on players?

The line of greatness
The line of greatness

Some soar over it, some walk it, some fall cruelly short. A brief history

The '90s show is back, so is the lost childhood
The '90s show is back, so is the lost childhood

Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne face a dilemma in their attempt to sell the game to a new audience, but for fans of a certain vintage it's nostalgia that continues to win the day

Houston, we have a new galaxy of stars
Houston, we have a new galaxy of stars

More than anything else, the All-Star Series has given several fans a chance to watch their first cricket match in a stadium and share an experience they are unlikely to ever forget

Reliving Sachin mania
Reliving Sachin mania

For many Indians across North America, the three-match All-Star series has turned into a chance for a pilgrimage - partly to watch legendary cricketers playing but mostly to see one man

New York gets soaked in nostalgia
New York gets soaked in nostalgia

Waves and waves of cricket fans wound the clock back to the 1990s and early 2000s and cheered on players who had meant so much to them in their impressionable years

NYC fans count their blessings to be near Sachin
NYC fans count their blessings to be near Sachin

The pre-series hype for the Cricket All-Stars has been delivered with missionary zeal, though most who will be in attendance are already Tendulkar worshippers

'T20 is the right format to globalise the game' - Tendulkar
'T20 is the right format to globalise the game' - Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar has said that the T20 format is most suited for cricket to expand into new markets

A twist in the tail
A twist in the tail

A leggie, two offies and two fast bowlers walk into a bar… and produce a classic tail-end innings each

The hand of Baz
The hand of Baz

Over the last three years everything New Zealand's captain has touched has turned to gold

Expecting Sehwag to do the unexpected
Expecting Sehwag to do the unexpected

Opposition captains always feared: what if Sehwag gets going? Everyone else just learned to accept that he would forever surprise