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Misbah-ul-Haq Advices PCB To Appoint Younis Khan As Full-Time Batting Coach

Pakistan Head coach and chief selector, Misbah-ul-Haq has advised the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to appoint former skipper Younis Khan as a full-time batting coach of the Pakistan National Cricket Team. The PCB had appointed him for the team’s ongoing tour of England. The second Test of England vs Pakistan was drawn after rain disrupted

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England vs Pakistan 2020: Shan Masood Has Proved Himself, Says Pakistan Coach Misbah-Ul-Haq

Pakistan coach Misbah-ul-Haq said Shan Masood had “proved himself in England” after the opener’s superb hundred helped the visitors to do well in England. Pakistan struggled after losing the important wicket of Babar Azam who got out at 69. Shan Masood struck his Test-best of 156 contributing to Pakistan’s 326- all out for the first

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Mohammad Hasnain is bowling at the sheer pace. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

ICC World Cup 2019: Pakistan’s ‘Surprise Package’ Mohammad Hasnain Eyes Glory

Mohammad Hasnain, Pakistan’s young 19-year-old spearhead, bowling at 151 kph, got his first World Cup cap this year. Four years ago, the former Australian cricketer Steve Waugh predicted the young Pakistani pacer to make world image for himself. And this year, Mohammad Hasnain got a call for his first-ever berth to feature at the ICC

Sidhu hopes Imran Khan's accession to PM's post will be good for Pak, India peace process

Sidhu hopes Imran Khan’s accession to PM’s post will be good for Pak, India peace process

Islamabad, Aug 18 (PTI) Indian cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu today hoped that his friend Imran Khan’s accession to the prime minister’s post will be good for Pakistan-India peace process. Wearing a blue suit and a pink turban, Sidhu was among the special guests present at Khan’s oath taking ceremony at the Aiwan-e-Sadr (the President House) in

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Imran Khan reveals he didn't see his third wife's face until he tied knot with her.

Imran Khan Reveals he Didn’t See His Third Wife’s Face Until After The Wedding

In a bizarre revelation, the former Pakistan skipper, Imran Khan has revealed he didn’t catch a glimpse of his third wife’s face until tying the knot. The legendary skipper had married his ‘spiritual adviser’ in Lahore in February this year. During the ceremony, Bushra Watto was wearing a heavy veil. As a result, Imran could not

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Pakistan’s First Sikh Cricketer Aims Berth in National Team

Mahinder Pal Singh might be the pioneer of something unprecedented and beautiful in Pakistan cricket. He is one of the handfuls of non-Muslim cricketers to feature in Pakistan’s domestic competitions. And he is now eyeing to take it to the next level. The Sikh cricketer has now set his sight on playing for Pakistan’s international

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Virat Kohli Has Now Gained Love and Fan Following In Pakistan

Virat Kohli is loved all over the world not only for his batting but for his kind heartedness and the respect he has for the players around. He is leading India towards some great heights; he has already won a majority of the Test matches he has captained. Kohli led India to a 9-0 whitewash

Abdul Razzaq.

Pakistan’s Abdul Razzaq Announces Retirement From International Cricket

Abdul Razzaq, one of the finest all-rounders to don the Pakistan Jersey on Thursday (June 1), announced his retirement from international cricket. The 37-year-old, who made his debut in 1996 in an ODI against Zimbabwe, last played an international game in 2013 during a T20I game against South Africa while his last ODI appearance had come way

Sarfraz Ahmed, ICC World Cup 2019, Taunton
Pakistan has lost to India on six occasions in the quadrennial event. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

2017 ICC Champions Trophy – We Have Nothing To Lose – Sarfraz Ahmed

The last few years have been an extremely dismal ride for Pakistan in ODI cricket, as the once powerhouse of the format is now termed as easy wins for oppositions. The nation, which once boasted of some terrorising names in the batting and bowling departments, now has been reduced to a paltry laughing stock and

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