Cricket News sort by Graham Alan Gooch

West Indies’ Shivnarine Chanderpaul joined Clive Lloyd as only the second player from his country to score a Test hundred after crossing the ripe age of 40.

Kumar Sangakkara created history on Friday in the first Test against Bangladesh at Chittagong by slamming a hundred in the second innings to go with his triple hundred in the first.

On April 24, 2013, the legend name Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar turned 40. And while he has stopped playing one-dayers and T20s, he has showed no inclination towards hanging his boots as far as the longest version of the game is concerned.

Know anyone ever scored 1000 in five successive Tests, not in the same series?

England’s Jonny Bairstow surprised many with his painstaking 95 at Lord’s. Coming in as a replacement for the sacked Kevin Pietersen, Bairstow was expected to be the weak link in the English batting line-up, along with James Taylor.