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Jayawardene bows out of Test cricket with a half century knock

Mahela Jayawardene enjoyed a fitting farewell to Test cricket on home ground as Sri Lanka completed a 2-0 series win against Pakistan.

‘One in a billion’ Tendulkar bids farewell to the game

Sachin Tendulkar is saying goodbye to the game of cricket, after a record-breaking career that set new batting standards for 24 years.

Gangnam style: Windies stun Sri Lanka to grab T20 title

The West Indies celebrated winning the World T20 crown Gangnam style after their 36-run victory over hosts Sri Lanka in a dramatic final in Colombo.

Pietersen back in England cricket team

Axed England batsman Kevin Pietersen is set to play international cricket again after reaching an agreement with the England and Wales Cricket Board.

Proteas thumped by Australia in World T20

South Africa, who suffered their second defeat to Australia, will be knocked out of the World Twenty20 tournament if Pakistan beat India.

India, Pakistan win in world Twenty20

Arch-rivals India and Pakistan stayed on course for a highly-awaited Super Eights clash in the World Twenty20 with contrasting wins on Sunday.

Hansie Cronje: The shame-faced hero

Ten years after his death in a mysterious plane crash, South Africa's former cricket captain Hansie Cronje remains an enigmatic figure in the sport.

Skipper bails out Sri Lanka for the second time

Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene has scored his second consecutive ton against England in the final Test in Colombo, saving his team's blushes.

Is it time for Tendulkar to leave cricket?

India's cricket greats have begun talking about Sachin Tendulkar's retirement from the sport -- a topic considered unthinkable a year ago.

Will jail terms for match-fixing deter cheats?

The jail terms dished out to three cricket players convicted of match-fixing could deter others, and might bring back the sport's credibility.

Sri Lanka reply strongly to Australia’s 316

Kumar Sangakkara hit an unbeaten 61 in his 100th Test as Sri Lanka responded bravely to Australia's 316 in the third and final game of the series.

Afridi-inspired Pakistan storm into semifinals

Skipper Shahid Afridi led from the front as formidable Pakistan crushed the West Indies by 10 wickets to reach the World Cup semifinals on Wednesday.

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