Pakistan celebrate their 2-0 series win over England
David Warner (left) and Usman Khawaja (right) shared a 150-run stand for the second wicket in the first Test against New Zealand in Brisbane.
Pakistan celebrate the wicket of Alastair Cook on day five in Sharjah
Kusal Perera scored a brisk 99 for Sri Lanka in the second ODI against West Indies in Colombo.
Pakistan celebrate the wicket of Moeen Ali on day four of the third Test in Sharjah.
Shoaib Malik announcing his retirement in a press conference in Sharjah.
Mohammad Hafeez celebrating his half-century on day three of the third Test against England in Sharjah.
Taylor's gritty half-century gives England edge on day two
Twin sisters Kyshona and Kycia Knight celebrate victory in the Super Over against Pakistan
Jason Holder rues the loss of Andre Russell
Hoping for good second day - Stuart Broad
Mendis help Sri Lanka edge out West Indies by one-wicket
James Anderson celebrating the wicket of Misbah-ul-Haq on day one of the third Test in Sharjah.
Stafanie Taylor hits out during her innings of 48 not out
Big knock from Hashim Amla round the corner - Russell Domingo
England captain Alastair Cook (left) along with former Australian spinner Shane Warne (right) in Sharjah.
Deandra Dottin drives during her unbeaten innings of 38
Sachin Tendulkar (right) shares a moment with Muttiah Muralitharan (left) during an inaugural event organized by UNICEF aimed at improving hygiene and sanitation for children, in Colombo.
Our batting let us down - Jason Holder
Adil Rashid leaves the field after so nearly guiding England to victory in Dubai
Alastair Cook (centre) and Misbah-ul-Haq (right) shake hands following the second Test in Dubai
Pakistan prevail lower order resistance from England to go 1-0 up
Angelo Mathews (right) poses for a photograph with former West Indies cricketer Garfield Sobers (left) and former Sri Lankan cricketer Michael Tissera (centre).
South Africa trounce India to seal maiden series victory in India
Root leads England fightback but Pakistan firmly on top
West Indies celebrate their series win over Pakistan
Stafanie Taylor struck 87 not out to guide her team home
We were not good enough - Joe Root
Pakistan build massive lead after England succumb to Shah and Riaz
Rain dampens West Indies fightback after Brathwaite's six-wicket haul