After David Warner proved his mettle in the 50-overs format during World Cup 2019, everyone expected him to score plenty of runs in the Ashes series but he has failed so far.
Alastair Cook is the first England cricketer to receive a knighthood since Sir Ian Botham in 2007.
The ex-England spinner revealed why he thinks India will be a potential threat in World Cup 2019.
Alastair Cook is the highest run-scorer (12,472) for England in Test cricket with 33 centuries in 161 matches.
Sri Lanka went down 1-3 in the five one-day internationals and also lost a one-off Twenty20 match against England.
Eoin Morgan recently led England team to a successful tour in Sri Lanka where they won the ODI series 3-1.
Sam Curran played a crucial role in England's 4-1 series win against India.
India captain Virat Kohli said that the final scoreline of 1-4 is not a true reflection of how Team India competed in the five-match Test series.
Playing in his last Test, Cook scripted a fairytale ending to his career.
England beat India by 118 runs in the fifth and final Test sealing the five-match series 4-1.
Highlights India vs England: England defeated India by 118 runs on the final day of the Oval Test to clinch the 5-match Test series 4-1.
Alastair Cook scored a potentially match-winning century in his last Test.
Alastair Cook said the reception since announcing his retirement has been surreal and he is thankful enough to go out on a high.
Alastair Cook (147) and Joe Root (125) were the standout performers for England on the fourth day of the fifth Test.
Alastair Cook batted for nearly six-and-a-half hours, facing 286 balls and hitting 14 fours.
Alastair Cook scored his 33rd Test century off 210 balls at The Oval.
Alastair Cook displayed his stellar batting skills in bringing up his 33rd Test century.