The legend's death sparked an inevitable discussion about whether he ranked above Miandad, Inzamam and Younis as Pakistan’s greatest batsman. read more
Off a gently curving run-up of no more than 15 strides, the England paceman of the read more
A standard-bearer for 360-degree English batsmanship, he has batted with panache, impish ingenuity, confidence and read more
He was a joy to watch – “part dancer, part fencer, part keen-eyed executioner" - and his columns read more
Probably his greatest influence on cricket emerged from a private meeting in 1977, when he agreed to lend his name and voice to World Series Cricket
The feats of the Mohammad brothers are so unique they cannot be qualified, and world cricket is the richer for it
A look back at five of the top Test innings by the original little master
The 'little master' hears the public, reads the Press and proceeds precisely as before. To him there is only one side to the argument: Pakistan first, last and for ever.
Stylish former England captain scored 11 Test hundreds and remains among the top 20 run-getters in county cricket.
One of the most well-liked cricketers, he topped the run charts of the 1948 Invincibles, topping even Bradman
One of the enduring characters of English cricket, he was proof that some cricketers are far more than the sum of their statistics
Williamson scored eight hundreds, 14 fifties, 309 fours and – as if to surprise those who might have been blinded by his orthodoxy – 14 sixes.