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newscricket20 days ago

Gill, Jaiswal, Shaw among Aakash Chopra’s 10 players to look forward to in 2020s

Aakash Chopra has picked Yashasvi Jaiswal and Prithvi Shaw among his list of 10 players to look forward to in 2020s. Apart from the Mumbai duo, Chopra has also listed the likes of Shubman Gill, Shaheen Afridi, Tom Banton, Gerald Coetzee, Naseem Shah and Haider Ali.
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newscricketa month ago

Super Sixes SRL | IND vs PAK- Preview, Form Guide, Predicted XI, Key Players

Familiar names - India and Pakistan are back into the fray as they get themselves into a fight in this round of the Super Sixes SRL. Both sides are coming on the back of victories over Australia and England respectively in the Super Sixes, with Virat Kohli and Babar Azam leading from the front.
featurecricket2 months ago

Super Sixes SRL | IND vs PAK Evaluation Chart - Shaheen Shah Afridi’s fifer leaves India in tatters

After having sealed two successive victories against South Africa and England, India faced defeat against Pakistan as Shaheen Shah Afridi produced a fine five-wicket haul. Opener Babar Azam, who remained unbeaten on 86 off 59, set the stage for Pakistan to set a competitive total of 162/5.
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featurecricket3 months ago

Super Sixes SRL | PAK vs SA Evaluation Chart - Pakistan openers rip South Africa to shreds

After having lost the first game to New Zealand, Pakistan have jumped back into the competition by registering a huge victory, a margin of 10 wickets, over South Africa. For the latter, it’s been two defeats in a row, the first one being against England, despite Quinton de Kock’s lone efforts.
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newscricket4 months ago

VIDEO | Rohail Nazir eerily mirrors AB de Villiers to pull outrageous reverse-scoop off Shaheen Afridi

If you were someone who had been living in a cave and switched on the telly yesterday to watch the PSL, there was every reason for you to believe AB de Villiers was in action. Pakistan youngster Rohail Nazir incredibly mirrored the South African to pull off the Protean’s signature ‘reverse-scoop’.
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newscricket5 months ago

Twitter reacts to ‘careless’ Abu Jayed gifting Pakistan wicket by 'refusing' to get back to crease

Witnessing a run-out in a game that involves Pakistan is not so rare, but today, the tables turned as the Men in Green were at the right side of things. In a crazy act of laziness, Bangladesh’s Abu Jayed gifted Pakistan his wicket thanks to his lethargic running which led to his own downfall.
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newscricket6 months ago

Team has enough potential and there’s bright future ahead for Pakistan, believes Misbah-ul-Haq

Misbah-ul-Haq admitted that Pakistan had a tough year across all formats and pointed out that a lot of things needed to improve in the side, which he believes has immense potential. Misbah also hailed emerging pacers Naseem Shah and Shaheen Afridi as the future of the Pakistan team.
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newscricket7 months ago

Hampshire ropes in Shaheen Afridi for T20 Blast

Shaheen Afridi has been roped in by county club Hampshire for the next season of the T20 Blast. While Shaheen expressed his joy of finally experiencing county cricket, Hampshire’s director of cricket Giles White believes that his pace and accuracy will add an extra dimension to their bowling attack.
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newscricket7 months ago

AUS vs PAK | Youngsters will get better as they play more Tests, opines Waqar Younis

Pakistan bowling coach Waqar Younis has admitted that the teen talents failed to live up to the expectations but they will evolve into potent bowlers as they are exposed to international cricket. Pakistan were handed back to back innings defeat as Ricky Ponting called it the “worst bowling attack.”
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newscricket7 months ago

AUS vs PAK | Wasim Akram disappointed with Pakistan's poor fielding

Wasim Akram has slammed Pakistan's poor fielding and lack of intent on the field as Australia piled on the misery on the visitors on yet another long fielding day in Adelaide. The Pakistan bowlers were inconsistent in their line and length and they were backed up by some very average fielding.
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