Six little-known facts about Mitchell Johnson

Six little-known facts about Mitchell Johnson

 Johnson made his Test debut in 2007 against Sri Lanka in 2007. 

To lead from front, Steven Smith seeks advice from Ricky Ponting

To lead from front, Steven Smith seeks advice from Ricky Ponting

With Australia aiming to recover from a disastrous Ashes series, new captain Steven Smith is looking forward to gaining valuable counsel from former skipper Ricky Ponting on how to lead the team during the transition period.

Self-pride reduced to Ashes, Michael Clarke's time was up

Cricket is a fickle game. Michael Clarke, who was holding Australia's fifth World Cup trophy few months ago, was fighting tears post the fourth Ashes Test.

PHOTO: Joe Root, David Warner seem to have buried the hatchet

PHOTO: Joe Root, David Warner seem to have buried the hatchet

David Warner, the bad boy of Australian cricket has been doing all that he can for an image makeover of late. The left-hander was seen posing together with Joe Root, as a part of a drinking session with Australia post the final Ashes Test in the English dressing room.

Post retirement, Michael Clarke contemplating another shot at IPL

Post retirement, Michael Clarke contemplating another shot at IPL

Indian Premier League (IPL) is a tournament which can lure the best of cricketers to participate in it and Australia's retiring skipper Michael Clarke is no different.

Steve Smith wishes retiring team-mates Michael Clarke, Chris Rogers

Steve Smith wishes retiring team-mates Michael Clarke, Chris Rogers

Australia's new Test captain Steven Smith on Tuesday congratulated his predecessor Michael Clarke and Chris Rogers who wound up the clock on their respective careers after the recently concluded Ashes series.

Ashes 2015: Darren Lehmann slams Shane Warne over selection criticism

Ashes 2015: Darren Lehmann slams Shane Warne over selection criticism

Australia coach Darren Lehmann slammed legendary spinner Shane Warne for spouting uninformed opinions about the team's selection issues.

Michael Clarke thanks fans, shares rare childhood photograph

Michael Clarke thanks fans, shares rare childhood photograph

A day after the Australian cricket team gave him a winning farewell, Australia's retiring skipper Michael Clarke on Monday thanked the fans for all the memories during his career.

Ashes 2015: Kevin Pietersen mocks England as they wobble against Australia in final Test

Ashes 2015: Kevin Pietersen mocks England as they wobble against Australia in final Test

As the England cricket team was struggling on Day 2 of the fifth Ashes Test, discarded batsman Kevin Pietersen added salt to their wounds by mocking them on social-media site Twitter.

Shane Warne unhappy with Peter Siddle's inclusion in 5th Ashes Test

Shane Warne unhappy with Peter Siddle's inclusion in 5th Ashes Test

Legendary leg-spinner Shane Warne on Thursday criticised Cricket Australia for their team selection during the ongoing Ashes series in England.

Roy Hodgson joins Ashes build-up ahead of final Test

Roy Hodgson joins Ashes build-up ahead of final Test

England football manager Roy Hodgson dropped in at The Oval on Tuesday ahead of the fifth and final Ashes Test.

The Ashes: Mark Wood ready to stand aside for James Anderson in final Test

The Ashes: Mark Wood ready to stand aside for James Anderson in final Test

Mark Wood has prepared himself for the prospect of being sidelined for the fifth and final Test against Australia despite taking the wicket that clinched the Ashes.

Chris Rogers: The man who helped Australia rebuild during transition phase

Chris Rogers: The man who helped Australia rebuild during transition phase

Australia received yet another setback with the news of Chris Rogers announcing his retirement after the 5th Ashes Test. The veteran left-hander, who has played 24 Tests for his country, has been the backbone of the team since he made his comeback in whites in 2013 Ashes series.

Steve Smith 'excited' after being named captain, wants winning farewell for Michael Clarke

Steve Smith 'excited' after being named captain, wants winning farewell for Michael Clarke

Steve Smith thanked Cricket Australia (CA) for naming him the captain in Tests after Michael Clarke announced his decision to retire from international cricket after the last Ashes Test.

Ashes 2015: Brad Haddin flies back home early for family reasons

Ashes 2015: Brad Haddin flies back home early for family reasons

Veteran Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has left the Ashes tour of England to fly back home for family reasons, a team spokeswoman said on Tuesday.

The feeling of winning the Ashes hasn't sunk in: Ben Stokes

The feeling of winning the Ashes hasn't sunk in: Ben Stokes

England's new Ashes hero Ben Stokes on Monday thanked the fans for their support and said that the feeling of winning the Ashes was yet to sink in.

Ashes agony fuels Joe Root`s rise to number one in ICC Test rankings

Ashes agony fuels Joe Root`s rise to number one in ICC Test rankings

Joe Root said the pain of being dropped from the side during England`s humiliating 5-0 Ashes whitewash in Australia some 18 months ago lay behind rise to the top of the Test batting rankings.

Darren Lehmann asks for Football tickets on Twitter, gets abused for Ashes loss

Darren Lehmann asks for Football tickets on Twitter, gets abused for Ashes loss

Hours after his team lost the ongoing Ashes series against England, Australia coach Darren Lehmann's appeal for some tickets to a Football match didn't go down too well with fans who abused him on Twitter.

Ashes 2015: Kevin Pietersen delighted with England's convincing series win over Australia

Ashes 2015: Kevin Pietersen delighted with England's convincing series win over Australia

Discarded English cricketer Kevin Pietersen on Saturday hailed England's comprehensive win over Australia as Alastair Cook and his boys retained the urn in a stupendous manner.

Ashes 2015: See how English cricketers went berserk on Twitter after retaining the urn

Ashes 2015: See how English cricketers went berserk on Twitter after retaining the urn

Post humiliation in two consecutive Ashes series, English cricketers were on Cloud 9 on Saturday, a remarkable day for Alastair Cook & Co as they thrashed Australia by an innings and 78 runs to retain the urn.