ECB salutes Alastair Cook after his retirement from international cricket. But is he the greatest ever England player?
Alastair Cook addresses the media in an emotional press conference after his final ton to seal off his international career.
Alastair Cook hit an emotional century in his final ever innings for England in the fifth Test against India.
England batsman Alastair Cook mimicked South Africa’s Jacques Kallis by scoring a century in his final Test innings at The Oval on Monday.
Alastair Cook ended day three on 46 as he searches for a century in the final Test of his career.
Jos Buttler continued his fine form for England with an undefeated 63 at lunch on day two of the fifth and final Test against India.
Cook dodges the axe by retiring ahead of the fifth Test, writes Simon Lewis.
Former Proteas captain Graeme Smith salutes Alastair Cook after his retirement from international cricket.
Watch a tribute by the ECB for Alastair Cook after his retirement from international cricket.
Watch the ICC’s tribute video to Alastair Cook after his retirement from international cricket.
Alastair Cook’s stoic double-century helped England pass Australia’s first innings total of 327, to take a 164-run lead at the MCG.
Alastair Cook’s 32nd Test hundred underpinned England’s fightback to end 135 runs adrift after day two of the fourth Ashes Test.
Alastair Cook has named Jacques Kallis and AB de Villiers in his all-time XI, but has gone for James Anderson over Dale Steyn for his pace option.
Morne Morkel’s double dismissal of Alastair Cook in the third Test means that no other bowler has dismissed him more times in his career.
Alastair Cook has stepped down from his role after 59 Tests as England Test captain.