KARACHI: Pakistan’s seasoned allrounder, Mohammad Hafeez is eyeing to make a comeback in the national team after clearing his bowling action test. Mohammad Hafeez has been out of the national side since England’s tour, where he returned home after suffering
LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) president, Shahryar Khan hosted a ceremony to honour Pakistan’s Disabled Cricket Team and Wheel Chair Cricket Association (WCA) on International Day of Persons with Disabilities at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore. While addressing the ceremony, Khan said,
New Zealand’s head coach, Mike Hesson has said that if Pakistan can swing the ball and post decent totals on the board then they can defeat the mighty Aussies in their home. “If (Pakistan) can get the ball swinging, from
Shaharyar says PCB is well within its rights to push the Indian cricket board into honouring the Memorandum of Understanding between the two countries.
Joe Root has backed Alastair Cook to remain as England skipper, hailing him as a “brilliant leader” despite the team’s woes on their current tour of India.
Former Pakistan’s captain, Asif Iqbal has suggested following Misbah Ul Haq’s one match ban for slow over-rate that suspending a captain for this offence is a bit harsh. In accordance with Article 2.5.1 and Appendix 2 of the ICC Code
Six months into his coaching assignment, Mickey Arthur is getting things into shape. Coaching an unpredictable Pakistan team is not easy. But Arthur, having lifted his native South Africa to the top of rankings between 2005-08, he passed his first
Pakistan Cricket Board, on Thursday, denied news item in section of media (not ARY) which said fast bowler Mohammad Amir was issued a warning for criticizing teammates on dropped catches off his bowling during the two-match Test series in New Zealand.
Former Pakistan’s coach and captain, Waqar Younis believes that the upcoming three-match test series is the best opportunity for Pakistan to beat the mighty Aussies in their backyard. The legendary fast bowler was talking to Channel Nine, where he stated,
Legendary Pakistani paceman Wasim Akram says Sri Lanka had a promising crop of fast bowlers despite their traditional reliance on spin.