Who would have thought a child who had severe asthma, had water in his lungs when he was just a few days old and couldn’t run a couple of yards as a toddler to be grown up as a five
The mystery of his Doosra and the magic in his fingers inflicted a lot of pain on opponent batsmen and for a good span of five years he made Pakistan world beaters in international cricket. This is why Saeed Ajmal
KARACHI: Former Pakistan chief selector Salahuddin Ahmed Sallu feels that South Africa’s formidable 201-run triumph against Ireland in ongoing World Cup will eventually help Pakistan as the quarterfinal race would likely to be decided on the basis of net run-rate in Pool B.
Pakistan should be able to make it to the quarters. Thereafter, it is a question of which team performs on the day and who is favoured by that enigmatic factor known as the rub of the green, feels former Pakistan captain Asif Iqbal.
Karachi: Former Pakistan chief selector Salahuddin Ahmed Sallu says that although the nation is dejected after Pakistan lost the match to India in their World Cup opener but all is not lost and Pakistan may bounce strongly back in the tournament.
Karachi: Former Pakistan cricketer Sarfraz Nawaz feels that after losing to India, Pakistan should now learn how to pick team and which players to field in crucial matches and now no more experimentation is required no matter which team they face.
Karachi: Former Pakistan Test cricketer Sarfraz Nawaz alleges that almost all five World Cup matches played between Pakistan and India in the past were fixed.
Karachi: Former Test cricketer Mohsin Khan believes it is time that Pakistan set an example for future generations by banning all those players, who have embarrassed the nation by being involved in corrupt practices.
Karachi: Posting a competitive total of 313 runs against second string New Zealand team and then unable to defend the total is alarming for the team when World Cup is just around the corner, believes former Test cricketer Salahuddin Ahmed Sallu.
Pakistan former cricketer Mohsin Khan believes that beating India would be a great achievement for Pakistan but winning the World Cup 2015 title will be the ultimate feat for the team and the nation.