Bhuvneshwar Kumar celebrating the wicket of New Zealand's Matt Henry on day two of second Test
Quinton de Kock (right) registered his highest individual score in ODIs.
Quinton de Kock scored 178 off 142 deliveries.
Mark Craig celebrating the wicket of Ajinkya Rahane in the first innings of the first Test in Kanpur.
Indian players celebrating the wicket of Ross Taylor
Ravindra Jadeja (left) picked a five-wicket haul for India
Williamson, Latham fifties power New Zealand reply on a rain-hit day two
Mitchell Santner celebrating the wicket of Rohit Sharma on day one of the Kanpur Test
Gareth Batty (centre) led Surrey team to Royal London One-Day Cup final
Ian Bell (left) and Jonathan Trott (right) celebrating Royal London One-Day Cup victory.
Wahab Riaz (left) celebrating the wicket of Eoin Morgan (right).
Moeen Ali in a press conference ahead of the fifth ODI against Pakistan.
David Willey (left) and Tymal Mills (right) during nets.
Jonny Bairstow walks off after being dismissed in the fourth ODI against Pakistan in Leeds.
David Willey in action during nets ahead of the fourth game in Leeds.
Alex Hales scored 171 off just 122 deliveries.
Dale Steyn (left) picked another five-wicket haul.
Quinton de Kock scored a breezy half-century for South Africa in the second innings.
Faf du Plessis (left) celebrating his century on day two of the Centurion Test.
Joe Root scored yet another half-century for England.
Evin Lewis celebrating his maiden T20I century.
Both Jason Roy (left) and Joe Root (right) added 89 runs for the second wicket.
Wet outfield has continued to be a worry at Kingsmead Durban.
Wet Outfield continued to remain a worry for the officials.
David Willey reacts with pain after he was hit in the hand.
The play is expected to be called off early on fifth day as well.
The outfield continued to be wet despite the bright sunshine in Durban
Northants Steelbacks players celebrate their NatWest T20 Blast victory
Josh Cobb was named as the man of the match after hitting 80 in 43 ball
Mark Wood took four wickets to all but end Yorkshire's challenge