West Indies players celebrate after winning the final of the ICC World Twenty20. Photo: Reuters

Carlos Brathwaite broke the hearts of an England side, which for the first time in a wonderful, fluctuating game of cricket, had sensed that the World(...)

England’s cricket captain Eoin Morgan at a training session ahead of the World Twenty20 final against West Indies at the Eden Gardens stadium, Kolkata, April 1st, 2016. Photograph: Dibyangshu Sarkar/AFP/Getty Images

It is every aspiring top sports person’s dream to captain their country in a World Cup final, whatever the sport. That dream persists - even if the te(...)

England’s captain Eoin Morgan dives to take a catch to dismiss New Zealand’s Ross Taylor in the  World Twenty20  semi-final at the Feroz Shah Kotla cricket ground  in New Delhi . Photograph:  Adnan Abidi/Reuters

England are on their way to the World Twenty20 final after Jason Roy’s career-best knock and more brilliant death bowling overwhelmed New Zealand. Th(...)

Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews  dives successfully to make his ground  as England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler tries to run him out. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters

England held their nerve to beat Sri Lanka by 10 runs in a thrilling World Twenty20 Group One match in New Delhi on Saturday, reaching the semi-final(...)

Afghanistan’s Najibullah Zadran makes his ground during his side’s World T20 defeat to England. Photograph: Afp

England rallied from a dreadful start against Afghanistan to claim a 15-run win in Delhi and keep alive their hopes of a World Twenty20 semi-final. A(...)

South African batsman David Wiese  congratulates AB de VIlliers  on reaching his century against England in Cape Town.  Photograph: Rodger Bosch/AFP/Getty Images

South Africa, inspired by captain AB de Villiers and aided by a wanton England batting lineup, won the final one-day international of a captivating q(...)

Englands’  Eoin Morgan is struck on the head  off the bowling of Mitchell Starc of Australia during the 5th Royal London One-Day International  between England and Australia at Old Trafford. Photo:  Mitchell Gunn/Getty Images

There has been a pattern to England’s one-day cricket over the years. Too often the focus has been on the output of those in charge, which has not al(...)

Australia batsmen Aaron Finch and George Bailey celebrate victory by eightwickets during the 5th Royal London One-Day International match at Old Trafford. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

England’s batsmen stumbled at the final hurdle to gift Australia the Royal London one-day series and spurn the chance of an unbeaten summer. Starting (...)

England’s Eoin Morgan after being struck by Australia’s Mitchell Starc. Photograph: Philip Brown/Reuters

England captain Eoin Morgan retired hurt in the deciding one-day international against Australia after suffering a nasty blow to the helmet. Morgan wa(...)

Jason Roy takes a stunning catch to dismiss Ashton Agar during England’s win over Australia in the third ODI at Old Trafford. Photograph: Reuters

A maiden international century from James Taylor and the dual spinning threat of Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali kept England hopes alive in the one-day ser(...)