Taijul Islam’s hattrick on debut for Bangladesh against Zimbabwe on Monday brought back memories of Charl Langeveldt’s one to win the ODI against West Indies in May 2005. Relive that occasion here.
Beautiful visual tribute to Phillip Hughes, the Australian batsman, who died in hospital on Thursday at the age of 25.
Cape Cobras coach Paul Adams talks about who is available for the franchise and selections ahead of their next Ram Slam T20 Challenge fixtures.
See highlights of Phillip Hughes’s back-to-back hundreds against the best bowling attack in the world – South Africa’s – in the 2009 Test at Kingsmead.
AB de Villiers speaks to the media about the five-match series in Australia, won 4-1 by the hosts, but one in which the Proteas captain said ‘we competed’.
Batting is easy from the comfort of the armchair, but watch Faf du Plessis face Proteas fast bowlers Kyle Abbott, Wayne Parnell and Marchant de Lange in the nets.
The moment of the ODI series, won 4-1 by Australia, is this incredible piece of fielding on the boundary from Faf du Plessis in Canberra. He restricted a certain six to two runs.
‘We’re under pressure going to Melbourne and that is a good thing,’ explains Hashim Amla ahead of Friday’s fourth ODI against Australia.
Watch Faf du Plessis take a catch during the third ODI against Australia in Canberra. However, it came off a Morne Morkel no-ball, so it didn’t count – although Du Plessis didn’t know at the time.
Watch AB de Villiers face up to the media in the wake of the third ODI defeat to Australia in Canberra.
Watch highlights of Morne Morkel’s career-best 5-21 for South Africa against Australia in the second ODI.
Watch Morne Morkel talk about his career best 5-21 bowling performance that helped South Africa beat Australia in their ODI match in Perth on Sunday.
Watch AB de Villiers, the Proteas captain, talk to the media in Perth before the opening ODI against Australia on Friday.
Watch Lions coach Geoffrey Toyana talk about the tight game, won by his team, on a boundary count against the Knights in their latest Ram Slam T20 Challenge match.
In a flashback to the semi-final of the 1999 Cricket World Cup, South Africa somehow stumbled to a tie, which was a result that sent Australia through to the final – which they won. Relieve that moment … if you dare, ahead of the latest ODI series between the two arch-rivals.