When Andrew Flintoff froze after lions became his tent mates in African safari!
When Andrew Flintoff froze after lions became his tent mates in African safari!

Former England Test international Andrew Flintoff has recalled his experience with lions when he was dropped into the wilderness in Africa for a documentary.

 'Bad blood' between Oz-India in ongoing Test series gone 'too far': Ian Healy
'Bad blood' between Oz-India in ongoing Test series gone 'too far': Ian Healy

Former Australian Test great Ian Healy is of the opinion that the bad blood between the current team and India in the ongoing Test series has gone too far.

Allan Donald confident of Proteas' bowling ripping through Windies' batting order
Allan Donald confident of Proteas' bowling ripping through Windies' batting order

South Africa bowling coach Allan Donald is confident that his charges can rip through West Indies' batting order, despite the tourists being just two wickets down for 147 at stumps on day three of the second Test in Port Elizabethon Sunday.

Virat Kohli's candour during press conferences is refreshing
Virat Kohli's candour during press conferences is refreshing

Ever since Virat Kohli began handling the media as a stand-in skipper to MS Dhoni, his frank and forthright views have been a joy to hear.

3rd Test, Day 4: Australia in control after taking 326-run lead against India
3rd Test, Day 4: Australia in control after taking 326-run lead against India

 Australia put themselves in a comfortable position by taking an overall lead of 326 runs by the end of the fourth day as the third cricket Test headed for an exciting finish, with India needing to go for a all-out win to keep themselves afloat in the series.

Indian Grameen Cricket League begins in Saifai
Indian Grameen Cricket League begins in Saifai

A tennis ball cricket tournament - the Indian Grameen Cricket League (IGCL) - has been inaugurated by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav at his native Saifai village.

South Africa drubbing led to New Zealand rise: Brendon McCullum
South Africa drubbing led to New Zealand rise: Brendon McCullum

New Zealand cricketers have linked a record year of Test wins, after defeating Sri Lanka by eight wickets Monday, to a drubbing two years ago by South Africa.

Ricky Ponting backs Gurinder Sandhu for World Cup appearance
Ricky Ponting backs Gurinder Sandhu for World Cup appearance

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has named three potential bowlers to be included in the final-15 of the World Cup squad, which includes Indian-origin medium-pacer Gurinder Singh Sandhu.

New Zealand cruise past Sri Lanka to cap best ever year
New Zealand cruise past Sri Lanka to cap best ever year

New Zealand wrapped up a win against Sri Lanka by eight wickets today to cap their most successful year in Test cricket.

Brathwaite, Samuels defy South Africa
Brathwaite, Samuels defy South Africa

Kraigg Brathwaite and Marlon Samuels hit half-centuries as the West Indies fought back on the third day of the second Test against South Africa at St George`s Park on Sunday.

Michael Clarke set to miss Australia's World Cup opener
Michael Clarke set to miss Australia's World Cup opener

Australia captain Michael Clarke, who is fighting against time to recuperate from a career-threatening right-hamstring injury has admitted that he might not be fit by the time the co-hosts play their inaugural match in the Cricket World Cup against England on February 14.

India vs Australia: No reason to respect Mitchell Johnson, says Virat Kohli
India vs Australia: No reason to respect Mitchell Johnson, says Virat Kohli

After scoring his third Test hundred of the tour, Virat Kohli Sunday said he was left with no good reason to respect pacer Mitchell Johnson and some of the other Australia players after verbals flew "throughout the day" at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

Wasim Akram welcomes baby girl with wife Shaniera
Wasim Akram welcomes baby girl with wife Shaniera

Former cricketer Wasim Akram recently became a father for the third time, as he welcomed a baby girl with his Shaniera Akram.

Morne Morkel double-strike has West Indies reeling
Morne Morkel double-strike has West Indies reeling

Two wickets in as many balls from fast bowler Morne Morkel just before the tea interval left West Indies reeling at 59 for two in reply to South Africa’s 417 for eight declared on day three of the second test at St George Park on Sunday. 

Ranji Trophy: Tamil Nadu reach 144-4 against Railways in weather-hit day 1
Ranji Trophy: Tamil Nadu reach 144-4 against Railways in weather-hit day 1

Opener Abhinav Mukund scored a half-century as former champions Tamil Nadu reached 144 for four on a weather-hit opening day of their Elite Group A Ranji Trophy cricket match against Railways, here on Sunday.

Ranji Trophy: Delhi reach 178/1 after Unmukt, Gambhir provide solid start
Ranji Trophy: Delhi reach 178/1 after Unmukt, Gambhir provide solid start

Back in form after his fluent century against Rajasthan, Unmukt Chand made full use of playing against below-par Gujarat attack with an attractive unbeaten 97 that took Delhi to a comfortable 178 for one on the first day of a Ranji Trophy cricket match, here on Sunday.

Services 235/7 against Hyderabad in Ranji Trophy
Services 235/7 against Hyderabad in Ranji Trophy

Leg-spinner Akash Bhandari took four wickets before number eight batsman Deepak Punia's unbeaten fifty helped Services recover to 235 for seven on the opening day of their Group C Ranji Trophy cricket match against Hyderabad here on Sunday.

Ranji Trophy: Yuvraj on verge of third successive ton
Ranji Trophy: Yuvraj on verge of third successive ton

Mandeep Singh struck his maiden hundred century of this Ranji Trophy season while Yuvraj Singh was nearing his third ton in a row as Punjab reached 327 for three on day one of the Group B match against Saurashtra here on Sunday.

Ranji Trophy: Youngster Iyer's century helps Mumbai reach 306/4 againt Bengal on Day 1
Ranji Trophy: Youngster Iyer's century helps Mumbai reach 306/4 againt Bengal on Day 1

20-year-old Shreyas Iyer smashed his maiden first class century (153) to help Mumbai grab the day one honours against Bengal in their Group A Ranji Trophy cricket match at the Eden Gardens here on Sunday.

West Indies fight back against South Africa with four wickets
West Indies fight back against South Africa with four wickets

The West Indies fought back on the third day of the second Test by dismissing South Africa's leading batsmen, Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers, in successive overs at St George's Park on Sunday.