It's now Sir Geoffrey Boycott, Sir Andrew Strauss
Both were given knighthoods in former Prime Minister Theresa May's resignation honours list for their service to sport, reports BBC Sport.
If you play badly, criticism will come your way: Alastair Cook
If you have lost matches and not played to potential, criticism will come your...
View: From an early exit in 2015 to reaching the finals, England have come a long way
England at Lord’s, with the whole country watching and ...
Cricket World Cup: How India's fan brigade is making a huge difference
India may have faced challenges on the field, but in the stands, it’s been a story of complete domination.
Alastair Cook’s final serving: A 147 run knock
One last time, he walked to the crease and three hours later, when he walked off, the reaction was similar. Every soul at the Oval, barring the ones belonging to the Indian dressing room, willed him to get a final Test hundred.
Alastair Cook gets guard of honour from Indian team, Oval applauds
He led his side to a famous 2-1 Test series win in India in 2012, one of the highlights of his captaincy. Not just captaincy, Cook also excelled with the bat during that series, scoring 176 at Motera, 122 at Mumbai and 190 at Kolkata.
England's Alastair Cook to call time on cricket career after India test series
England batsman Alastair Cook will retire from international cricket after this week's test against India, saying Monday there is "nothing l...
Ajinkya Rahane says India will have to produce long partnerships
"Each and every batsman's role will be to contribute for the team and I think for us it is important to get those long partnerships together (like last time). That will be really helpful in (winning the series) in Australia," said Rahane.
Ashes 2017: Alastair Cook whips up a double
The purgative blood-letting that follows whitewashes has the potential to end eras, traumatise captains, reroute careers.
Ashes series: Alastair Cook’s century puts England on top
Cook’s fifth Ashes century was his quickest of the lot, giving England a strong position in the fourth Test, offering genuine hope of reducing their series deficit to 3-1.
Virat Kohli’s attitude stands out: Graeme Swann
Alastair Cook was magnificent in this Test. We have seen the old him without external pressures or thinking I need runs or have to score runs. Jimmy could have got Kohli six times but for the dropped catches.
James Anderson still getting better, says Joe Root
Anderson was made to wait until the final delivery of his 143rd test match but eventually took his wicket tally to 564 as he knocked back the middle stump of India tailender Mohammed Shami to clinch a 118-run victory for his side.
5th Test: Ishant Sharma's three wicket triggers England collapse
It became three wickets in nine balls as Sharma nicked off Bairstow, caught behind. It was some consolation for keeper Rishabh Pant who had a tough day behind the wickets as the ball seamed a lot after tea.
3rd Test: India reach 124/2 in second innings at stumps on Day 3
India, thus, took an overall lead of 292 runs over England with eight wickets in hand.
Dicey England batting gives India chance to win Test series: Ian Chappell
Talking about spinners, Chappell wrote: "Smith's (Chairman of selectors Ed Smith) other notable choice in his selection debut was off-spinner Dom Bess, an energetic and effervescent cricketer.
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