The International Cricket Council gave a new twist to 'Star Wars Day' in their tribute video.
Pakistan vs Sri Lanka: Niroshan Dickwella was mistaken for another player, not once but twice. He however handled the faux pas quite well.
Heavy rain and bad light hit the second day of the historic Test between Pakistan and Sri Lanka in Rawalpindi on Thursday.
Chasing a target of 372, Sri Lanka were bundled out for 326 with six balls remaining.
Adil Rashid and Tom Curran shared seven wickets between them to restrict Sri Lanka to 150-9 in the 21-overs-a-side contest.
Five overs into India's 2nd innings, Sri Lankan players, Suranga Lakmal in particular, were once again seen in strife.
In the 61st over of Sri Lanka's first innings, the left-hander miscued his hit over long on and was caught by Ishant Sharma at mid on. As the Indians picked up the fifth Lankan wicket, there was no fist pump or aggressive gestures from Kohli. Instead, he broke into a little Bhangra gig.
India were on the verge of an improbable win in the 1st Test at Eden Gardens, Kolkata, before bad light intervened.
Sri Lanka will depend heavily on their batsmen if they want to make a fight of it in the series with India.
Four batsmen scored half-centuries to take Sri Lanka to 411 for six on day one of their two-day warm-up against Board President's XI on Saturday.
Captain Dinesh Chandimal made an unbeaten 155 as Sri Lanka put the pressure on Pakistan on the second day of the first Test in Abu Dhabi on Friday.
Opener Dimuth Karunaratne fell seven runs short of a deserved century as he anchored Sri Lanka's fightback on the opening day of the first Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.
Niroshan Dickwella and Asela Gunaratne guided Sri Lanka to a record 388 target to beat Zimbabwe by four wickets
Chasing a Duckworth-Lewis revised target of 219 in 31 overs, Zimbabwe rode on Ervine's 55-ball unbeaten knock to win with 10 balls to spare.
Sublime centuries by openers Dickwella and Gunathilaka gave the hosts an eight-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the third ODI.
Leg-spinner Imran Tahir and batsman Hashim Amla excelled in South Africa's 96 run win over Sri Lanka in their Champions Trophy opener at The Oval on Saturday
Bangladesh have won only eight matches out of the 99 Tests they have played till date. Five of those victories have come against Zimbabwe, two against West Indies and one against England.
Bangladesh's Soumya Sarkar and Tamim Iqbal shared a century opening stand before Sri Lanka took two late wickets to tighten their grip on the first Test at Galle on Wednesday.