Cricket News sort by Ian Ronald Bell

West Indies 243 & 120/4 (Chanderpaul 34*) trail England 398 (Strauss 122, Bell 61, Trott 58) by 35 runs at Stumps on Day 3, First Investec Test at Lord's

Ian Bell and Kevin Pietersen piled up England's highest partnership against India as the hosts took control of the fourth Test at The Oval.

Ian Bell's marathon innings finally came to an end when he was dismissed by part time spinner Suresh Raina for 235 on day three of the fourth and final Test between England and India at the Oval on Saturday.

India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been drawing flak for his captaincy after the back-to-back Test defeats to England but his admirers for calling Ian Bell back from being ruled run-out has kept increasing, with veteran Australian batsman Ricky Ponting

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is getting the applause but it was actually Sachin Tendulkar's intervention that led to Ian Bell's reinstatement after his bizarre run-out in the just-concluded India-England second Test, a media report has claimed.

The ICC on Sunday ruled that the run out decision of Ian Bell on the third day of the second cricket Test here was correct and applauded Indian team's fine

Ian Bell believes England's unpredictability means they are a side none of their rivals will want to face in the knockout stages of the World Cup.

Jonathan Trott hit 92 on Wednesday to help England to 327-8 in its World Cup group match against Ireland and equal the record for the quickest ever 1,000 one-day international runs.