Cricket News sort by Brendon Barrie McCullum

Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has praised both Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson for their brilliant captaincy in the World Test Championship (WTC). India and New Zealand will take on each other in the WTC final in Southampton from June 18-22. Both Kohli and Williamson have excelled with the bat in the championship and have been lauded for their leadership skills as well. According to McCullum, both India and New Zealand deserve to be in the WTC final for they have been the two best sides.

In our feature series - Who would have predicted that? – we are looking back at matches where there were big upsets or extraordinary individual performances that turned matches on their head.

Tim Seifert who slammed 84 from 43 in New Zealand's comprehensive 80-run victory over India at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington has revealed that he watched former captain Brendon McCullum's knocks on YouTube to prepare for his innings.

A five-wicket haul by seamer Andrew Tye (5-17), which included a hat-trick and some brilliant batting performances from Brendon McCullum and Dwayne Smith with support from Suresh Raina and Aaron Finch saw Gujarat Lions

Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum delivered the MCC Spirit of Cricket lecture in honour of Colin Cowdrey at Lord's on Monday. Here’s a look at some important points he made during his speech

Gujarat Lions will be keen to get back on the winning track as they face Delhi Daredevils in match number 31 of the Indian Premier League at Rajkot on Wednesday

Gujarat Lions once again demonstrated why they are one of the strongest teams in IPL 9, chasing down a tough 196 to ensure another victory for their team, this time against Rising Pune Supergiants at Pune, and thus furthering the lead at the top of the points table

Gujarat Lions and Rising Pune Supergiants went into their respective second games, having won their opening matches. But, at Rajkot on Thursday, the Lions proved to be much superior to Pune

New Zealand skipper, Brendon McCullum, playing in his final Test, smashed the record for the fastest Test hundred, racing to one in just 54 balls, against New Zealand at Christchurch. Here’s presenting the list of top ten fastest hundreds in Test cricket