Welcome to the cricket highlights of the week. Without further ado, let the action begin
Williamson’s knock goes in vain
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson scored an unbeaten 112, but his side came up short in their bid to beat England in the third ODI in Wellington.
Woakes runs Santner out in style
England all-rounder Chris Woakes showed off his athleticism to run out New Zealand all-rounder Mitchell Santner.
Markram puts up a fight
South Africa opener Aiden Markram fought valiantly on the fourth day of the first Test in Durban as he struck a sensational 143.
Kusal stuns India
Kusal Perera’s 66 helped Sri Lanka overcome India opener Shikhar Dhawan’s career-best knock of 90 in the opening game of the Nidahas Trophy.
A career-best for Taylor
New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor put on a show in Dunedin as he struck a career-best 181 not out to help his side take down England and level the series at 2-2. Taylor’s knock was the fourth-highest score by a batsman in an ODI chase, but it was also the highest by a New Zealand player.
Dhawan sinks Bangladesh
After scoring a career-best 90 against Sri Lanka, Shikhar Dhawan struck a brilliant 55 to lead India to a comfortable win over Bangladesh in the second game of the Nidahas Trophy.
South Africa seamer Kagiso Rabada sliced through Australia’s batting line-up on the opening day in Port Elizabeth as he took a superb five-wicket haul.