IPL 2015: Weight of responsibility motivated me, says Darren Bravo
IPL 2015: Weight of responsibility motivated me, says Darren Bravo

Batsman Darren Bravo on Monday said he was guided by a strong sense of responsibility during his match-winning knock, which helped the West Indies stun England by five wickets in the third cricket Test here Sunday.

Attention! Marlon Samuels gives rival Ben Stokes send-off salute
Attention! Marlon Samuels gives rival Ben Stokes send-off salute

West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels conjured up a new twist to his feud with Ben Stokes when he stood to attention and gave a military-style salute to his English rival on Thursday.

2nd Test, Day 3: Alastair Cook, Jonathan Trott put England on top against Windies
2nd Test, Day 3: Alastair Cook, Jonathan Trott put England on top against Windies

England`s first century opening partnership for more than two years helped them to 143 for one in reply to the West Indies first innings total of 299 at lunch on the third day of the second Test on Thursday.

Alastair Cook closes in on England batting record
Alastair Cook closes in on England batting record

Alastair Cook closed in on becoming England`s highest Test run-maker on Wednesday as his team began their pursuit of West Indies` 299 all out on the second day of the second Test.

West Indies vs England, first Test: Jason Holder earns draw for hosts despite James Anderson record
West Indies vs England, first Test: Jason Holder earns draw for hosts despite James Anderson record

Jason Holder struck his maiden first-class century to lead West Indies to a draw in the first test in Antigua on Friday after James Anderson had become England`s leading test wicket-taker.

1st Test, Day 5: James Anderson equals Ian Botham's record as Windies struggle
1st Test, Day 5: James Anderson equals Ian Botham's record as Windies struggle

James Anderson claimed a record-equalling wicket and England`s spinners kept their team on course for victory over the West Indies on the final day of the first Test at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua on Friday.

First Test: Dogged England restrict timid West Indies
First Test: Dogged England restrict timid West Indies

England`s dogged perseverance paid off in two gritty sessions of play with the West Indies restricted to 155 for four in reply to the tourists` first innings total of 399 at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua on Tuesday.

ICC World Cup: Best four in World Cup semis, says Mike Hesson
ICC World Cup: Best four in World Cup semis, says Mike Hesson

There can be no argument about the make up of the World Cup semi-finals, with the best four teams still alive, New Zealand coach Mike Hesson declared Sunday.

World Cup 2015: Would like to remain Windies captain, says Jason Holder
World Cup 2015: Would like to remain Windies captain, says Jason Holder

Newly-appointed West Indies skipper Jason Holder said that he would like to keep leading the Caribbean side despite losing the World Cup quarter-final to New Zealand at the Wellington Regional Stadium here on Saturday.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Martin Guptill's innings unforgettable, says Brendon McCullum
ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Martin Guptill's innings unforgettable, says Brendon McCullum

A jubilant New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum said on Saturday that opener Martin Guptill’s innings will be etched in his memory forever.

ICC World Cup 2015: Back-to-back tons for New Zealand`s Martin Guptill
ICC World Cup 2015: Back-to-back tons for New Zealand`s Martin Guptill

New Zealand`s Martin Guptill scored his second consecutive century at the World Cup on Saturday, giving the Black Caps a major boost in their quarter-final against the West Indies.

ICC World Cup: Chris Gayle could blow away New Zealand's chances in windy Wellington
ICC World Cup: Chris Gayle could blow away New Zealand's chances in windy Wellington

Strong southerly winds have buffeted New Zealand`s capital this week as the remnants of Cyclone Pam moved south-east of the country but cricket fans are questioning whether a Gayle will strike Wellington Regional Stadium on Saturday.

Cricket World Cup: New Zealand downplay South Africa win
Cricket World Cup: New Zealand downplay South Africa win

New Zealand all-rounder Grant Elliott said they had paid little notice to South Africa's overwhelming victory against Sri Lanka as they prepared for their own World Cup quarter-final against the West Indies.

Marlon Samuels escapes sanction over 'throat-slit' gesture
Marlon Samuels escapes sanction over 'throat-slit' gesture

West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels will not be sanctioned over a "throat-slitting" gesture he made in his team's World Cup win over Zimbabwe.

ICC World Cup: South Africa say West Indies will blink first in must-win game
ICC World Cup: South Africa say West Indies will blink first in must-win game

Skipper AB de Villiers says the West Indies will crumble if South Africa apply the right pressure in their crunch World Cup Pool B game at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday.

ICC Cricket World Cup, South Africa vs West Indies: Preview
ICC Cricket World Cup, South Africa vs West Indies: Preview

South Africa face a revitalised West Indies at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday in a match they need to win to breathe life back into their faltering World Cup campaign.

World Cup 2015: Chris Gayle eyes another post-300 total against South Africa
World Cup 2015: Chris Gayle eyes another post-300 total against South Africa

Record-breaking Chris Gayle says the West Indies will be looking to post their fourth total above 300 in Friday`s crunch World Cup game with South Africa at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

ICC World Cup: Elton Chigumbura bemoans Zimbabwe 'death' bowling
ICC World Cup: Elton Chigumbura bemoans Zimbabwe 'death' bowling

Zimbabwe skipper Elton Chigumbura has implored his team to improve their bowling at the 'death' in their World Cup matches.

West Indies' Chris Gayle creates history, hits first-ever World Cup double century
West Indies' Chris Gayle creates history, hits first-ever World Cup double century

Chris Gayle smashed the highest ever individual World Cup score of 215 and his first century in 20 months as the West Indies flattened Zimbabwe on a record-shattering day in Canberra on Tuesday.

Rohit Sharma's two double-hundreds inspired me, says Chris Gayle
Rohit Sharma's two double-hundreds inspired me, says Chris Gayle

West Indies opener Chris Gayle, who smashed the first World Cup double-century here Tuesday, said he wanted to get it ever since India's Rohit Sharma scored two of them in ODIs.