Mon. Jul 26th, 2021

Sports

It seems as if the ground is no more even for Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis after Mohammad Waseem has taken the charge as the chief selector. In an interview with media, Waseem hinted that previously he used to give suggestions in selection process but now he was in a commanding... Read More
Muhammad Amir, the fast bowler of the national cricket team, decided to quit cricket after getting frustrated over the neglecting behavior of PCB and team management. Fast bowler lashed out at the management of Pakistan cricket team... Read More
Pakistan lost the test series to England (1-0) and ended up the tour with a single T20 victory (1-1) although the viewers were expecting some good statistics that could not attained so far. Like all other Pakistanis, the head coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq also looked disappointed over team’s performance in the “land of cricket” however he claimed that the team had been put to the right track ... Read More
As a matter of pride for the whole Pakistani nation, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has inducted the former legendary test batsman Zaheer Abbas into its “Hall of Fame”. He has become the sixth Pakistani Cricketer to join the party. Before him, Hanif Mohammad, Imran Khan, Javed Miandad, Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis were honored with the said privilege. The announcement was made in ... Read More
International cricket finally comes back to its mother land on Wednesday where England is taking on the West Indies in the world’s first cricket Test match since March on account of the novel Corona-virus (Covid-19) pandemic. It is quite clear that the match with new SOPs and protocols will certainly lay the foundation of a new cricketing era... Read More
Former chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq advised the national side to be consistent in its performance so that it might stand among the top teams of the world. He further added that the consistency was desperately needed both at the board and team levels in order to be classified as a world class team. Inzi said that it took two to three years to ... Read More
Finally the Sri Lankan police on Friday completed the criminal investigation into the 2011 cricket World Cup final, concluding that they found no evidence of match-fixing by players to surrender before their their opponents (India). The police had investigated the matter throughout the week ... Read More