Despite Steve Waugh's harsh words, Kevin Pietersen has no hard feelings for him
Despite Steve Waugh's harsh words, Kevin Pietersen has no hard feelings for him

Kevin Pietersen stated on Monday that he doesn't have any hard feelings for former Australian skipper Steve Waugh despite the latter's comments on the England outcast.

Steve Waugh backs paceman Mitchell Starc to be a test force
Steve Waugh backs paceman Mitchell Starc to be a test force

 Former Australia captain Steve Waugh has backed pace bowler Mitchell Starc to convert his World Cup form into the test team ahead of series against West Indies and England.

Virat Kohli needs to learn from MS Dhoni: Steve Waugh
Virat Kohli needs to learn from MS Dhoni: Steve Waugh

Australia's World Cup winning captain Steve Waugh feels Indian star Virat Kohli should learn from Mahendra Singh Dhoni to keep his emotions in check and mature as a captain.

Reaction to the death of the 'Voice of Cricket' Benaud
Reaction to the death of the 'Voice of Cricket' Benaud

Reaction to the death of former Australian cricket captain and commentator Richie Benaud, known as the `Voice of Cricket`.

Melbourne Cricket Ground - fascinating history and cricketing folklore
Melbourne Cricket Ground - fascinating history and cricketing folklore

The Melbourne Cricket Ground's (MCG) hallowed surface will add another feather to its cap when it hosts the final of the 11th World Cup between tournament co-hosts Australia and New Zealand on Sunday.

No Asian team in Cricket World Cup final for first time in 28 years
No Asian team in Cricket World Cup final for first time in 28 years

For the first time in 28 years, there will be no Asian team in the final of a Cricket World Cup. Australia defeated defending champions India in the second semi-final of the cricket's show-piece event by 95 runs in Sydney. The Aussies will meet tournament co-hosts New Zealand in the final on Sunday.

Cricket World Cup: India need to confront Australian demons, says Steve Waugh
Cricket World Cup: India need to confront Australian demons, says Steve Waugh

Former Australian captain Steve Waugh said on Saturday that India need to confront their mental scars against his countrymen as they prepare for this week's World Cup semi-final clash here.

Australian attack no longer above the rest: Steve Waugh
Australian attack no longer above the rest: Steve Waugh

The bowling attack of the Australian cricket team no longer stands head and shoulders above the rest, according to former World Cup-winning captain Steve Waugh.

Cricket World Cup 2015: Australia call-up Steve Waugh for words of wisdom
Cricket World Cup 2015: Australia call-up Steve Waugh for words of wisdom

Australia have called up former captain Steve Waugh for advice as they prepare for the World Cup quarter-final against Pakistan at the Adelaide Oval on Friday.

Outsiders determined to stay in ICC World Cup club
Outsiders determined to stay in ICC World Cup club

Afghanistan coach Andy Moles has no doubts over the thorny issue of the 2019 World Cup and the controversial plan to cut the number of teams from 14 to just 10.

Size of 2019 World Cup still to decided: ICC
Size of 2019 World Cup still to decided: ICC

The number of teams taking part in the 2019 World Cup hasn`t been finalised, the International Cricket Council told AFP on Friday as it responded to growing criticism that its proposed cut risked damaging the sport`s development.

World Cup 2015: Brendon McCullum promises no let-up against Australia
World Cup 2015: Brendon McCullum promises no let-up against Australia

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum vowed Friday his side will stick with their aggressive approach as they look to maintain their perfect record at this World Cup when they face arch-rivals Australia.

ICC World Cup: Kiwis favourites to beat Australia but won't like it, says Steve Waugh
ICC World Cup: Kiwis favourites to beat Australia but won't like it, says Steve Waugh

New Zealand are favourites to beat Australia in their highly anticipated World Cup clash at Eden Park on Saturday but won`t like the idea, former Australia captain Steve Waugh has said.

ICC World Cup 2015: Kiwis 'slight favourites' against Australia, says Steve Waugh
ICC World Cup 2015: Kiwis 'slight favourites' against Australia, says Steve Waugh

Former World Cup-winning captain Steve Waugh Wednesday said New Zealand will be going into Saturday’s World Cup Pool A encounter at the Eden Park here against Australia as “a slight favourites”.

Don't destroy Clarke-Smith relationship: Steve Waugh to critics
Don't destroy Clarke-Smith relationship: Steve Waugh to critics

Former Australia captain Steve Waugh is annoyed in the manner a section of people are being critical of Michael Clarke's captaincy terming them as "loose lips" who are trying to destroy his relationship with Steve Smith by spreading unnecessary rumours.

ICC World Cup: Relive some of the memorable moments

As the 11th edition of ICC World Cup is round the corner, let's relive some of the most memorable, emotional and action-packed moments from the past, which are still quite fresh in the minds of cricket lovers.

Australia v England, 1987 final, Eden Gardens

Steve Smith’s time has finally arrived

Even though he already had five Test centuries to his name, the moment Steve Smith, batting on 99 at the Gabba, saw his shot go past the fielder towards the point boundary, he screamed and celebrated as if it was his debut Test ton.

Andy Caddick most uncomfortable bowler I have faced: Steve Waugh
Andy Caddick most uncomfortable bowler I have faced: Steve Waugh

Australian legend Steve Waugh believes former England paceman Andy Caddick was one of the most difficult bowlers he had to contend with during his record-breaking two-decade career.

Phillip Hughes' death has had deep impact on my son: Steve Waugh
Phillip Hughes' death has had deep impact on my son: Steve Waugh

He has rarely shown emotion on the field but former Australian captain Steve Waugh was emotional as he spoke about his teenager son Austin breaking down after hearing the news of Phillip Hughes' death.

Steve Waugh says Phillip Hughes was 'destined' for greatness
Steve Waugh says Phillip Hughes was 'destined' for greatness

Former Australian Test captain Steve Waugh has revealed that the late Australian batsman Phillip Hughes was destined for greatness as he was always eager to develop his skills and increase his knowledge on cricket.