Apr 16

Well, Chris Morris is an allrounder you know, so naturally he's multilingual.

Jimmy Neesham all at sea

Water you talkin' about, Neesh?

Trent Boult and Chris Lynn also joined Neesham and used their day off in Chennai to go dawn patrolling at nearby Kovalam...

And Boult seems in particularly fine form

The Mumbai connection

The Pandya brothers have come a long way - from being fans to becoming multiple-season IPL champions.

Apr 15

The RCB victory dance

We're not entirely sure what these dance moves are called (the one-up? Gone fishing?) but we'd like to see these on the field the next time RCB win a match, please.

Have you seen the price of bats these days?

That rare occasion when cricket doesn't feel like it's a batsman's game?

Apr 14

Mumbai's Undertaker moment

What do call games that come alive at the death? Virender Sehwag reckons he's seen this somewhere

Apr 13

Brian Lara remembers his world-record 400 not out, made against England in Antigua in April 2004.

Apr 12

Warner, Rashid, Bhuvneshwar do the Vaathi dance

The "Vaathi Coming" shoulder shimmy from the Tamil movie Master seems like a good warm-up routine before launching sixes out of the ground, doesn't it? Bhuvneshwar Kumar, David Warner and Rashid Khan of the Sunrisers Hyderabad give us a demo.

Meanwhile, over at the Delhi Capitals, R Ashwin is not impressed by Shikhar Dhawan's shoulder shimmy.

The fan

Cricketers have fans, but sometimes they become fans themselves. Shreevats Goswami gets his Sunrisers Hyderabad team-mate T Natarajan to introduce him to his actor friend.

Let us eat cake

Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman celebrated his 31st birthday with his team-mates over the weekend by actually eating and feeding some cake and not having it all wasted in a cake facial.