The club of international six-sixes-of-an-over batsmen is growing.
March a popular month for hitting 6x6s— Herschelle Gibbs (@hershybru) March 4, 2021
16/3/2007 and 3/3/2021 congrats @KieronPollard55
The property damage
During the third T20I between New Zealand and Australia, in Wellington, a big hit from Glenn Maxwell broke one of the stadium seats. That broken piece of signed plastic could be yours for a price.
Will put this seat @skystadium up for auction on @TradeMe next few days. All proceeds will be donated to Wellington Homeless Women's Trust. Any chance of a signature @Gmaxi_32? #NZvAUS pic.twitter.com/1Y0YPAfeDe— Shane Harmon (@ShaneHarmon) March 3, 2021
The movie star
Harbhajan Singh will soon be seen playing a lead role in a Tamil movie titled Friendship. He posted a teaser for it.
The touching tribute
Multan Sultans legspinner Imran Tahir, known for his extravagant wicket celebrations, chose a different way of commemorating a dismissal during the PSL match against the Quetta Gladiators. After having opener Saim Ayub caught at boundary in the eighth over of the innings, Tahir took off his jersey to reveal a shirt with former Pakistan cricketer Tahir Mughal's photo printed on it. Mughal, a first-class allrounder who also coached in Lahore, died in January after being diagnosed with cancer.
Later in the match, Tahir and Carlos Brathwaite joined in 22-year-old fast bowler Shahnawaz Dhani in his "hang loose" wicket celebration.
Michael Vaughan trolls the Ahmedabad pitch
Former England captain Michael Vaughan, who had slammed the pitch for third Test, in Ahmedabad, as "poor" and called India's ten-wicket win a "shallow victory", takes another dig at it as India and England get ready to play the final Test, also in Ahmedabad. Hm, think Rohit Sharma and Che Pujara could bat on this all day?
We at ESPNcricinfo Buzz 100% endorse Hasan Ali's tweet!
Well bowled again bud! When you're in a purple patch, run with it, and you're doing just that! https://t.co/huYSLSEgGF— Dale Steyn (@DaleSteyn62) March 2, 2021
Smriti Mandhana shows that bowling the right way is just too easy.
The big hits
Chris Gayle is back in the maroon. West Indies fans, time to put on the hard hats.
England seamer Kate Cross remembers the day last year when she tore her ligaments after stepping on a boundary sponge during warm-up ahead of a T20 World Cup match in Sydney.
Playing with injury
If you were impressed with Cheteshwar Pujara batting on after being struck all over his body at the Gabba in January, take a look at David Warner's young daughter playing tennis with a broken hand.
Whoa! Cricketer by day and swotter by night - Lizelle Lee has our sympathies.
The crowd support
The shoulder shimmy
Kerala's players celebrate their entry into the Vijay Hazare quarter-finals with some nifty moves.
A genius meets another genius?
Rohit Sharma wonders what the fourth Test pitch will be like
Bat sticker and bat design nerds, this one's for you.
One more round
Ravi Shastri is here for all your booze-filled jokes.
Love the banter ! Feels good to bring some smiles in these tough times https://t.co/mzPe5MtItj— Ravi Shastri (@RaviShastriOfc) February 27, 2021
The run machine
Amy Satterthwaite goes up to second on New Zealand's list of highest run-getters in women's ODIs. She's eighth on the overall list.
India's players enjoy extra days of relaxation after wrapping up the third Test against England inside two days.