Stuart Broad cuts off his father, Chris, who, as match referee, fined him for a send-off during the first Test between England and Pakistan, at Old Trafford
I always equate my marks with their [my children's] marks. They do much better than me but my wife expects them to equate them with her marks, which are pretty high.
Rahul Dravid claims to be a chill dad when it comes to academics (and also sports)
Looking back, if I hit the ball back along the ground [at nets] to Andre Adams of Kyle Mills or someone like that when I started playing, I reckon they may have come down and actually strangled me.
Jimmy Neesham reacts to the new pandemic-normal of not touching the ball and instead of batting it back to the bowler during nets
New Zealand coach Gary Stead isn't going to easily forget the 2019 World Cup final, which his team lost to England on boundary count following a tied Super Over
Some days, you walk past him and stood at the non-striker's end, and he was already on TV and he would be forced to be at the striker's end.
Sourav Ganguly on the rare occasions he was able to "trick" his ODI opening partner Sachin Tendulkar into taking first strike
When I played against Sourav [Ganguly], I hated him. He used to make me wait for the toss every single time and I'll be like, "Ganguly, it's 10.30, we have to toss".
Former England captain Nasser Hussain on Sourav Ganguly's sagas with punctuality
England bowler Mark Wood on getting used to living, training and playing in a biosecure bubble ahead of the first post-pandemic Test, against West Indies in Southampton
I've heard batsmen complaining, "the ball is swinging". But the ball is supposed to swing! We're not here to give only throwdowns.
Jasprit Bumrah laments the lot of bowlers in cricket
Ajinkya Rahane wonders what post-pandemic cricket celebrations will look like
Sreesanth feels the coronavirus-related restrictions across the world aren't too different from the fixing ban imposed on him in 2013
Ian Gould reveals sandpaper wasn't the only thing the umpires were checking for during the infamous Cape Town Test
I played in 2008 with [Mark] Boucher, [Jacques] Kallis and [Dale] Steyn. I'd clear my legs and hit it over cover and they would tell me to go and fetch the ball myself! That's when I said I'm not playing this game.
Virat Kohli tells Kevin Pietersen why he won't join him for a round of golf
He loves cricket that much that he watches every replay up on the screen. And if blokes aren't watching me when I'm trying to move the field, they cop a bit of a spray.
Australia's limited-overs captain, Aaron Finch, on why Marnus Labuschagne earns his wrath on the field
All these burgers, pizzas, fried chicken and fizzy drinks have ruined our immune system and then any virus can attack us and we can't take it.
Two weeks after controversially blaming food choices in China for the spread of coronavirus, now Shoaib Akhtar says it's the world's poor dietary habits that are fault
I am tired of seeing him [Imran Tahir] celebrate like that and I called him a clown, and he took it the wrong way.
Islamabad United's Colin Munro on his spat with Multan Sultan's Imran Tahir after the bowler dismissed him in Rawalpindi
Australia coach Justin Langer isn't supporting the no-contact policy in the wake of the coronavirus spreading across several countries
Shadab Khan isn't worried about Lahore Qalandars figuring out how often he's dismissed their batsman Fakhar Zaman
I hate watching myself bat because all I ever wanted to bat like was Ricky Ponting and it doesn't look like him one bit.
Alyssa Healy is not a fan of her own batting
I used to go to gym and just work only on my abs and my shoulders because I wanted to look sexy for the girls.
Andre Russell advises young cricketers to not be like him and get knee injuries by ignoring leg day at the gym
When I was growing up I was a batter so I dreamt of getting a hundred on debut. So not quite there today.
New Zealand fast bowler Kyle Jamieson on becoming Player of the Match for his two wickets and 25 not out on ODI debut
All my team-mates used to call me "panda" because I used to eat a lot. Now, they've started calling me "macho".
Mumbai batsman Sarfaraz Khan, who recently made a triple-century in the Ranji Trophy, on how focusing on fitness has changed his game
Sometimes I watch him bat and I'm incredibly jealous that he gets to 50 off 30 balls. It's an hour into the day and he's already sorted.
Former England opener Alastair Cook wished he could have scored as quickly as David Warner
Virender Sehwag thinks the proposal for four-day Tests stinks
This will be coming off as quickly as possible once we're off the ground. It's not my colour. I feel like a bit of a knob with it on.
Callum Ferguson reluctantly wears the Big Bash's gold cap, awarded to the league's highest run scorer at a given point
Australian commentator Kerry O'Keeffe rather enjoys Kane Williamson's batting
Unfortunately they aren't coming to Perth so I'll have to try and figure out something else. Maybe Joe [Burns] can spend the night with me.
David Warner wonders if his opening partner, Joe Burns, will make as good a lucky charm as his daughters in getting him hundreds ahead of the Test in Perth
I've played international cricket for close to 13 years. And I've never played a Test. So I don't even know what the red ball performs like.
Sophie Devine's response when asked what she thinks of the pink ball being used for Test cricket
Chris Gayle never get no respect. Once Chris Gayle fails, it's the end of his career, he is no good, he is the worst player and all these other things.
Chris Gayle on the burden of expectations from him as a T20 star
We'll ask Virat [Kohli] and see if we can get his permission to play here and maybe even get a pink-ball Test if he's in a good mood.
Australia captain Tim Paine makes it clear who he thinks has the final say on India's itinerary when they tour Australia
Tim Paine is going to be asking for Mohammad Rizwan's cologne after getting a sniff of him from behind the stumps
Anything can happen in cricket and politics. Sometimes you feel you are losing the match, but the result is exactly the opposite.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari relies on a sporting metaphor to answer a question on who will form the government in Maharashtra where negotiations have been going on between multiple parties after elections
Chris Gayle jokes as he walks out to chase a target of 214, for Jozi Stars v Cape Town Blitz in the Mzansi Super League. Gayle made 17 and Stars lost by 15 runs
I think I'm very popular in Sri Lanka... It gets so much sometimes I feel I'm more popular than Angelo Mathews!
Sri Lanka opener Danushka Gunathilaka believes his Instagram following indicates his popularity
Chris Lynn is finding the 7' 1" Mohammad Irfan distracting
Miraz, what have I not done for you, and you didn't pick up my phone call? From today onwards, I will delete your number from my phone.
Mehidy Hasan found himself the target of BCB president Nazmul Hassan's ire during the Bangladesh player strike meeting
We don't have to bowl a Super Over, but we'll make sure we know all the different processes and protocols and rules of what potentially can happen if it's a draw.
All Blacks' Sam Whitelock assures that their side is fully prepared for the rugby World Cup semi-final against England
He actually told me I was bowling throwdowns. I said, 'My throwdowns might have a good chance of hitting you in the head.'
Fast bowler Jhye Richardson exchanged words with batsman Glenn Maxwell after he bowled a vicious bouncer in response to three sixes by Maxwell during a Marsh Cup game at the WACA
St Kitts and Nevis coach Robin Singh is disappointed with his batsmen for not taking advantage of offspinner Sunil Narine's injury
India coach Ravi Shastri on being asked why the team management appears to be critical of keeper-batsman Rishabh Pant
India coach Ravi Shastri explains why R Ashwin is no longer an automatic choice as India's lead spinner in Tests