West Indies captain Darren Sammy with the T20 World Cup trophy. Photograph: Reuters

Best match: England v West Indies, final The 2016 World Twenty20 did what all good tournaments should and saved its best for last. In fact, whisper i(...)

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(...)

A half century from Chris Morris gave South Africa a thrilling victory over England in the fourth ODI. Photograph: AFP

Root ensured England overcame their middle-order implosion. Then Woakes, in his first match of the series, was impressive in his first spell and mig(...)

South Africa’s bowler Kagiso Rabada celebrates after dismissing England’s batsman Jonathan Bairstow for a duck. Photograph: Themba Hadebe/AP

With 29 scheduled overs of a rain-interrupted third day to go England were still in the Test, hanging on by the fingernails but with a sniff of a cha(...)

Kagiso Rabada took seven wickets for South Africa to remove England for 342 on day three in Centurion. Photograph: Getty

England’s chances of an unbeaten tour of South Africa took a hefty blow on day three of the fourth Test as 20-year-old tyro Kagiso Rabada ran through (...)

Captain Alistair Cook led the England fightback against South Africa at Centurion. Photograph: AFP

Captain Alastair Cook led England’s fourth Test fightback with his first half-century of the series after South Africa ran up 475 on day two in Centur(...)

South Africa’s Stephen Cook celebrates his century on his  debut during the fourth  Test  against England at Centurion, South Africa. Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters

Fourth Test, Day One: South Africa 329-5 Until Ben Stokes’s competitive spirit and Stuart Broad’s wonderful versatility began to pull England back in(...)

Stuart Broad of England reacts as James Anderson of England nearly catches out Stiaan Van Zyl of South Africa during the third cricket Test  in Johannesburg on Saturday. Photograph: Julian Finney/Getty Images

Trevor Bayliss does not take much notice of the ICC rankings. They are, he reckons, for the fans, something to give a context to what is happening in (...)