Virat Kohli roared back to form to carry India to a famous last-over win over Pakistan at the MCG. It came down to decisions and risks, as it often does in T20 cricket, says Sidharth Monga. Pakistan's decisions, none of them wrong, didn't work out, and Kohli's risks were rewarded. Alex Malcolm experienced the spectacle unfold before a crowd of 90,293 India and Pakistan fans and says there's never been anything like it at the MCG.
Ireland pulled off another fairy-tale World Cup win against England in a rain-shortened game, in no small part because they adapted their tactics better than England did, says Danyal Rasool. Alex Malcolm says the true significance of this win might lie with those who orchestrated it, not the opponents who were defeated, as Ireland's "golden generation" comes of age.
Zimbabwe pulled off the other great upset of this round in a last-ball nail-biter that's left Pakistan on the brink, and the players are hoping this makes the case for cricket's marginalised teams.
Mohammad Isam on how the team's quicks have come a long way in four years, and are now perhaps all Bangladesh can pin their World Cup campaign hopes on.
The India and Mumbai Indians T20 phenomenon chats to Nagraj Gollapudi about his methods and his belief in them.
Andrew Miller on two streets, two photographs that defined Michael Atherton's two tours of the Caribbean as captain.
Yorkers vs bumpers, Hales vs Livingstone, Ponting vs Lara - we put tough questions to the England pacer and he has to answer.