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
Stuart Broad appeals for a wicket on day two of the second Test against Pakistan in Dubai.
Cannot ask for a better start to my career - Jomel Warrican
Mark Wood (centre) celebrating the wicket of Younis Khan in the second Test in Dubai.
Indian captain MS Dhoni (left) celebrating the wicket of South Africa's Faf du Plessis (right) in the fourth ODI in Chennai.
Kohli, spinners outclass South Africa by 25 runs
Misbah-ul-Haq celebrating his century against England on day one of the second Test in Dubai
Jomel Warrican celebrates the wicket of Milinda Siriwardana on day one of the second Test in Colombo
Stafanie Taylor cuts during her innings of 98 not out
Alastair Cook in a press conference ahead of the second Test against Pakistan in Dubai.
De Kock, Morkel flatten India as South Africa seize lead
Dramatic end to final day as historic win evades England by 25 runs
Aguilleira top scored with 67 not out for West Indies
Javeria Khan hits out during her innings of 90 as Merissa Aguilleira looks on
Alastair Cook acknowledges applause after being dismissed for 263 on day four in Abu Dhabi
We need to bat ourselves into the game - Alastair Cook
Alastair Cook celebrates reaching his century on day three of the first Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi
Ben Stokes celebrates after dismissing Mohammad Hafeez on day one of the first Test in Abu Dhabi.
England openers have done very well - David Lloyd
Shoaib Malik (left) celebrating his double century against England in the first Test in Abu Dhabi.
After a quiet period, the cricket action is up and running again
Shoaib Malik celebrating his century against England on day one of the first Test in Abu Dhabi.
Younis Khan acknowledges passing Javed Miandad as Pakistan's leading run-scorer in Test cricket
Steven Finn (left) has been ruled out of the first Test against Pakistan in UAE.
New-look England look to erase old memories
Adil Rashid (left) and Moeen Ali (right) will be the key to England's fortunes in UAE.
James Anderson in a press conference in UAE.
Kagiso Rabada bowled a brilliant last over picking two wickets as South Africa defeated India by five runs in the first ODI.