Cricket News sort by Pakistan

Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq recently opined that during his times, India had the stronger team on paper, but Pakistan ended up having a better record against the Asian opponent as Indians played for themselves while Pakistan played for the team.

Former Pakistan off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq, in a Live session, revealed how Indian legend Anil Kumble helped him out at a time when he was struggling to find a good doctor in Pakistan for his eye problem. Mushtaq, famous as the man for introducing the ‘doosra’ to world cricket, recalled that during his playing days, he was having a lot of issues with his eyesight. The spinner had consulted a number of prominent doctors in Pakistan, but they could not help him out. Then, Kumble gave the former spinner the reference of a London-based ophthalmologist.

With the coronavirus pandemic sparing no country, former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has appealed to people to help each other out irrespective of religion and economic status. In a video posted on his YouTube channel, Akhtar asked his fans to take the issue seriously and refrain from social contact as much as possible.

Former Pakistan skipper and legendary yesteryear batsman Javed Miandad has hit out at the Pakistan Cricket Board claiming they are backing non-performing players. He went to the extent of stating no Pakistan player

Wasim Khan, Chief Executive Officer of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has dismissed all reports claiming that Pakistan will not send its team to India for the 2021 World T20 if the BCCI

Pakistan legend Zaheer Abbas has revealed that while Indian captain Virat Kohli is a great batsman, without doubt, he prefers watching opener Rohit Sharma

Australia’s in-form batsman Marnus Labuschagne has continued his rise in the ICC Test Player Rankings following his knocks of 143 and 50 in the Perth Test. The knocks followed his 185 and 162 in the two Tests against Pakistan at Brisbane and Adelaide. Labuschagne, whose fortunes changed after he was brought in as concussion substitute for Steve Smith during the Ashes Test at Lord’s, moved up to number five from eight.

Australian opener David Warner continued to torment Pakistan as he hit a career-best 335 at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday, the highest individual score in a Day-Night Test. Australia declared having posted a massive 589 for 3, with Marnus Labuschagne falling for a wonderful 162.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has sacked its veteran wicket-keeper batsman Sarfaraz Ahmed as captain of both the Test and T20I side.