There was a lot on offer for the cricket fans around the world on an action-packed Tuesday (February 13).

It started with the New Zealand-England Twenty20 International when a chunk of the surface came off where the first ball of the game landed.

Apart from that lone blip, the pitch behaved well.

If your last name is Jordan, you are bound to have a great hang time.

South Africa and India geared up for the fifth One-Day International in Port Elizabeth.

Alex Tudor had to cook his way to watch the game.

Yet another Rohit Sharma-Virat Kohli stand ended in a run out.

But Kohli was not the only Indian captain to be run out on the day.

Meanwhile, late fireworks from Chloe Tryon helped South Africa Women finish with a flourish against India Women in the first T20I.

Guess how many runs Zimbabwe made against Afghanistan today?

In other big news, Ben Stokes is set to fly to New Zealand, and this time will join the England squad.

Finally, there was some reward for Chadd Sayers.

Shane Warne is back in the Royal den.

…while Smit Patel joins Islamabad United for the Pakistan Super League.

Elsewhere, Stuart Broad was working on his action.

Paul Collingwood felt scared.

On the World Radio Day, the cricket community reminisced the pre-television era.

And it’s also Maha Shivratri in India.