Ben Stokes was recently named the Professional Cricketers' Association (PCA) player of the year after a career-defining season for him, starring in England's maiden World Cup and Ashes draw. But remains cricket's problem child
Rohit Sharma was in no mood of slowing down and wanted to have every single run taken during the fourth day's play of first India vs South Africa Test match at Visakhapatnam. Then he was caught swearing at his partner, Cheteshwar Pujara for not taking a single. Here's the video
Australia might have retained the urn, but the Ashes 2019 is far from over. Can England prevent Australia from winning their first Ashes series away from home since 2001? Catch highlights, updates and cricket score of Day 1 of ENG vs AUS, fifth Test at The Oval here
England have dropped Jason Roy for the final Ashes Test against Australia, with Sam Curran coming in alongside Chris Woakes, who has replaced Craig Overton even as Ben Stokes takes his place as a mere batsman
Australia retained the Ashes with a 185-run win at Old Trafford last week. Tim Paine's side will be looking for a 3-1 series victory when it faces England in the fifth and final Test at The Oval, starting Thursday (September 12).
Most modern teams pack their dream XIs with all-rounders. History has shown how these 'bits-and-pieces' cricketers have been match-winners and India's campaign in ICC World Cup 2019 will revolve around a Hardik Pandya or a Vijay Shankar