Brendon McCullum, playing his final Test, smashed the fastest Test century in history, off just 54 balls, two better than Viv Richards and Misbah-ul-Haq
Sky Sport’s tribute to one of New Zealand’s finest, lost to Tests and now a T20 maverick
West Indian cricket reached an all-time low as they were smashed for an incredible 438-3 on day one of the Test against Australia in Hobart.
New Zealand are in command after the third day of the first Test against England, leading the hosts by 60 runs on Saturday.
Chris Gayle’s brilliant 96, supported by AB de Villiers’ 28 off 13 balls, gave the Royal Challengers Bangalore a three-wicket win over the Kolkata Knight Riders in Eden Gardens on Saturday.
Missing half-chances was the key factor in the Proteas’ agonising loss to New Zealand in the semi-final, says Graeme Smith.
Big-hitting Kevin O’Brien hammered 50 off 25 balls to get Ireland back on track and eke out a two-wicket win over the UAE with four balls to spare.
Brendon McCullum is a man who can take the game away, but he is also prone to ‘brain explosions’, says David Warner