Archive: When Yuvraj hit Broad for six sixes
Yuvraj's six sixes made me the bowler I am - Stuart Broad
Stuart Broad and Owais Shah remember when Yuvraj Singh hit Stuart Broad for six consecutive sixes in Durban in 2007
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
West Indies players reprimanded for World T20 outbursts
West Indies' victorious cricketers have been reprimanded by the ICC for their actions and comments in the wake of their World T20 triumph in Kolkata earlier this month
How Carlos Brathwaite became a star
He wanted to be able to do what his team wanted him to do. At the World T20 final, that meant backing himself to hit the sixes he had practised all tournament
Darren Sammy, WICB-slayer?
Will the West Indies captain go down in history as the man who brought the board to its knees?
The problem with West Indies' siege mentality
We've heard that it's them against the world, but is it really that way?
The Kohli and Root show
The 2016 World T20 saw some fine batting, but Kohli and Root stood out not just for the runs they scored, but the manner in which they got them
NZ DJs play prank on Ben Stokes' mum
Two New Zealand radio DJs have been temporarily suspended for broadcasting a telephone conversation with the mother of England allrounder Ben Stokes without her permission
Back home, joy and misgivings
The West Indies teams' performances on Sunday brought the Caribbean to life, but also raised old questions with no easy answers
'WICB the most unprofessional board in the world' - Bravo
In a scathing attack on the WICB, West Indies allrounder Dwayne Bravo has called the board "most unprofessional" in the world
Does West Indies' World T20 win signal the death of their Test cricket?
The victory may boost grass-roots cricket in the Caribbean but not in the longer format
Stokes the 'heart and soul' of England - Bayliss
England coach Trevor Bayliss has backed Ben Stokes to bounce back from the pain of being taken for four sixes by Carlos Brathwaite in the final over the World T20 final
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.
The World T20 and the battle for cricket's future
Who will win the war of techniques: the batsmen or the power hitters? Will timing triumph over muscle?
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
Victorious Windies offered place at WICB table
West Indies' breakaway Twenty20 players may have finally won themselves the place they have been seeking at the WICB negotiating table
West Indies' triumph of imagination and spirit
An apology to Darren Sammy's men, whose intoxicating win in the final was driven by organisation and smarts
'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
Everything we do is for the betterment of West Indies - Brathwaite
Carlos Brathwaite, who hit four successive sixes to snatch the World T20 title from England's grasp in Kolkata, has said "everything we do is for the betterment of West Indies
Carlos Brathwaite helps West Indies claim World T20 crown
An impressive all-round display by Carlos Brathwaite helped West Indies lift their second World Twenty20 title, after they beat England by four wickets, with two balls to spare, at the Eden Gardens on Sunday.
'The key is to break down data to what's actually useful'
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson talks about effective use of analytics in T20, what selectors look for when picking players, and analysing the opposition
ICC's Richardson wants more teams in World T20
ICC chief executive David Richardson says he will push for at least two more teams to be added to the first and second round in future World T20 competitions
Team will share Stokes' pain - Morgan
Eoin Morgan says his team will share the pain of their agonising final-over defeat in the World T20 final, just as he hopes they will share the triumphs he believes they will produce in the future