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At the beginning of the 2015 Ashes, Joe Root was termed as the biggest threat to Australia's bowlers, in spite of the presence of much more experienced batsmen like Alastair Cook and Ian Bell

A brilliant hundred from Joe Root helped England dominate the first day of the opening Ashes test in Cardiff. The hosts have put 343 for seven at stumps, courtesy of 134 from Joe Root.

England put up an unbelievably commanding show in their first ODI since being routed by Bangladesh in the World Cup, en route to a record 210-run triumph. Batting first, England posted a massive 408 for 9 on the board, the first time they had crossed 400,

Australia's Adam Voges created history on Thursday by becoming the oldest man to score a hundred on Test debut. Voges remained unbeaten on 130, as the Aussies made 318 in response to West Indies' paltry first innings total of 148, and took control of the Dominica Test

In a Test where England and New Zealand have exchanged turns to dominate, the hosts fought back to claim the upper hand on day four at Lord's.

Opting to bat first Bangalore lost Chris Gayle early but it turned out to be blessing in disguise for them. With a record breaking double century stand between Virat Kohli and de Villiers, Bangalore posted a mammoth total of 235 runs on the board.

In the preview to the second ODI at Ahmedabad, there was a passing remark as to how Ambati Rayudu's place in the team was the only one under the scanner in the batting department.

During the course of the Dubai Test against Australia, legendary Pakistan batsman Younis Khan became the seventh player from his country to register a century in each innings of a Test match.

Kane Williamson's hundred on Friday was the seventh instance of a batsman scoring a century in the CLT20. Williamson smashed an unbeaten 101 off 49 balls playing for Northern Districts against Cape Cobras.