No India-Pakistan game in group stage of 2020 T20 World Cup
Pakistan and India are No. 1 and No. 2 respectively in the T20I rankings, and have been placed in different groups for the next T20 World Cup as a result
Surrey gunning for revenge in Royal London final
Twelve months ago at Lord's, Surrey fell agonisingly short of glory in the Royal London Cup final, so you can expect them to be hyper-motivated when they get another crack at the cup on Saturday
Buttler on the rise as England target clean sweep
Back home, joy and misgivings
Butcher: Stokes would put his hand up again
The former England batsman says that Ben Stokes and the England team won't be negatively affected by their defeat to West Indies in World T20 final.
Samuels to Brathwaite: 'Swing for the hills'
Carlos Brathwaite breaks down his last four sixes in the final over, which took West Indies home in the World T20
'Ben Stokes is an absolute legend' - Carlos Brathwaite
Carlos Brathwaite says that England allrounder Ben Stokes will come back from his devastating last over in the World T20 final
'Marlon told me to just swing for the hills'
Carlos Brathwaite on facing that last over, why he chose to finish it off with a six, and feeling sorry for Ben Stokes
Time stops on England to deny perfect ending
In a big final, England slowed the game to the tempo that their captain had demanded, they had the trophy winking at them from the sidelines, and then...
Match Day: Gayle good against England, great in Kolkata
Chris Gayle averages 43.12 runs against England in T20Is and averages 96.66 runs in all T20s at Eden Gardens since 2011
They came, they rallied, they won
The ills of West Indies cricket may not be solved overnight, but the victorious teams - men, women and the U-19s - have brought much joy and no little flair
Sammy's winning words leave lasting impression for friends and foes
The West Indies team may have used bat and ball to settle scores on the field, but a title run provided free reign on an open microphone to settle scores off the field too
The sixes that silenced England
Carlos Brathwaite's stillness, the smooth flow of his bat, the ball struck sweetly beyond the ropes - again and again and again. Four balls that wiped out all that had gone before
WI grab title after Brathwaite 6, 6, 6, 6
Needing 19 off the last over against England, Carlos Brathwaite clubbed four consecutive sixes off Ben Stokes, as West Indies clinched their second World Twenty20 title in scarcely-believable fas
Jayawardene: Ashwin no-ball is a crime
Mahela Jayawardene can forgive Jasprit Bumrah's no-ball due to him being a fast bowler, but he has no such love for Aswin's transgression
India need to rethink jaded T20 template
The team's "Indian brand of cricket" - not taking undue risks, and playing largely cricketing shots - was shown up against West Indies' lethal power-hitting
Chappell: Kohli is a very special player
Match Day analysts Ian Chappell, Mahela Jayawardene and Ajit Agarkar gave high praise to Virat Kohli after finishing as India's top scorer in the World T20
'Disappointed with the two no-balls' - Dhoni
India captain MS Dhoni reacts after his side's seven-wicket defeat against West Indies in the World T20 semi-final
Chappell: Dhoni still has it in him for T20Is
Will MS Dhoni retire from all forms of international cricket or should he just relinquish the captaincy?
WATCH - MS Dhoni solves retirement question for journalist
A journalist asked India captain MS Dhoni about his international retirement. Here's how he responded
Match Day - Ashwin no-ball the turning point
Mahela Jayawardene can forgive Hardik Pandya's no-ball due to him being a fast bowler, but he has no such love for Aswin's transgression
Jayawardene: Jadeja loses plot when there is no turn
ESPNcricinfo's Match Day team analyse the disappointing performance of India's Ravindra Jadeja against West Indies
Match Day - Can Ashwin stop Gayle?
R Ashwin has dismissed Chris Gayle four times in T20 cricket. Will he be able to stop him in the World T20 semi-final as well?
Simmons' four innings silence the Mumbai madness
At one stage you could barely hear yourself think, and then you could barely hear anything as Johnson Charles, Lendl Simmons and Andre Russell crashed the party
Big-hitting overpowers Kohli's scampering
Regardless of how wet the ball became, India's self-inflicted errors were crucial as they could not halt West Indies' power-packed line-up