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Virat Kohli Can Play Until 44 And Break Sachin Tendulkar's Century Record, Says Pakistan Legend
Virat Kohli has received high praise from across the border time and again. It's no secret that former and current crop of Pakistan cricketers have immense respect for the India skipper and Kohli too has been magnanimous in his praise for some Pakistan cricketers. However, one Pakistan cricketer in particular has always had kind words for Kohli -- Shoaib Akhtar. The Pakistani fast bowling legend was once again all praise for Kohli and said that he can play till the age of 44 and is the only player in the world capable of breaking Sachin Tendulkar's record of 100 international centuries   Read More ...
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Indian Cricket Board Discuss NADA, Playing Pakistan With Sports Ministry
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Wednesday discussed the issue of the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) testing the Indian cricketers with Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and sought the government's view on playing arch-rivals Pakistan in the planned ICC Test Championship. BCCI CEO Rahul Johri and General Manager (Administration and Game Development) Ratnakar Shetty, who is well-versed with the BCCI's anti-doping policy, had a 45-minute meeting with Rathore   Read More ...
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PCB To File Compensation Claim Against BCCI In January
The Pakistan Cricket Board on Wednesday said that it would file a compensation claim against the BCCI with the ICC disputes resolution committee in the first week of January next year. "We are having our final meeting with our law firm in London next week and we have decided to file the claim with the ICC disputes resolution committee in first week of January," PCB Chairman Najam Sethi told a media conference in Lahore   Read More ...
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PCB to file compensation claim against BCCI in 2018, says Chairman Najam Sethi
The Pakistan Cricket Board said that it would file a compensation claim against the BCCI with the ICC disputes resolution committee in the first week of January next year. “We are having our final meeting with our law firm in London next week and we have decided to file the claim with the ICC disputes resolution committee in first week of January,” PCB Chairman Najam Sethi told a media conference in Lahore   Read More ...
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BCCI discusses NADA, India-Pakistan series with Sports Ministry
At loggerheads with the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) on the testing of Indian cricketers, the BCCI today discussed the matter with Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and also sought the government’s view on playing arch-foes Pakistan in the planned ICC Test Championship. NADA wants to bring Indian cricketers in its net but the cricket board has rejected the demand. BCCI has insisted that it is a WADA-compliant organisation so there was no need for it come under NADA’s supervision   Read More ...
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Malahide to host Ireland’s first-ever Test
Dublin: Ireland cricket bosses have chosen Malahide near Dublin to host the country’s inaugural Test match against Pakistan next year. The side, who have been playing One Day Internationals since 2006, were handed Test status in June, along with Afghanistan, and will make their debut in the five-day format in the May 11-15 match. “We are delighted that Malahide has agreed to host this historic game against Pakistan,” Cricket Ireland chief executive Warren Deutrom said   Read More ...
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Everybody knows if you get Virat Kohli, India is 50% out of the game, says Mohammad Amir
Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir played a crucial role in his team’s Champions Trophy 2017 triumph after the left-arm bowler scalped the wickets of Rohit Sharma and captain Virat Kohli early during India’s 339-run chase in London. Talking about Kohli’s dismissal, Amir during an interview with ESPNCricinfo revealed the plans he had for Kohli and other top-order batsmen. “Everybody knows if you get Kohli, India is 50% out of the game   Read More ...
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Afghanistan trounce Pakistan by 185 runs to lift U19 Asia Cup title
Afghanistan won the final of the Under-19 Asia Cup by registering a comprehensive 185-run victory over Pakistan at the Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur on Sunday. Ikram Ali Khil’s hundred and Mujeeb Zadran fifer with the ball helped the Afghans win their historic U19 Asia cup. Courtesy of his knock of 107, Khil was deservedly awarded as the man of the match   Read More ...
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Under-19 Asia Cup: Afghanistan Clinch Title After Outclassing Pakistan In Final
Afghanistan created history on Sunday after they beat Pakistan in the final to clinch their maiden trophy in Kuala Lumpur. The Afghans thrashed Pakistan by 185 runs after a stellar batting performance by Ikram Faizi, who remained unbeaten on 107 runs. Chasing a target of 249, Pakistan were bundled out for a paltry 63 runs in 22.1 overs. Man of the Match Mujeeb Zadran shone with the ball after taking five wickets for 13 runs in 7   Read More ...
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Afghanistan thrashes Pakistan in ACC U19 Youth Asia Cup Final
The Afghanistan Under-19 national cricket team defeated Pakistan in the Asian Cricket Council Under-19 Youth Asia Cup final match. Played at Kuala Lumpur, the Pakistani U-19s won the toss and elected to field first, allowing the Afghan batsmen to start their batting innings. Afghanistan lost 7 wickets during the 50 over game to set a target of 249 runs for the Pakstani Under-19 national cricket team   Read More ...
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Focus on batting, Akram tells Hafeez
Pakistan fast bowling great Wasim Akram has advised Muhammad Hafeez to give up bowling and just focus on his batting in a bid to extend his cricket career. “I think Hafeez should give up bowling now and just concentrate on his batting. Work harder on his batting,” said Akram. Hafeez’s bowling action was found to be illegal for a third time by the International Cricket Council (ICC) last month and he has been suspended from bowling in international cricket until he clears a biomechanics test   Read More ...
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Sarfaraz wants fit Pakistan team
Cape Town - Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed has called on all players involved with the national team to maintain their fitness levels. The team are currently on a break from international cricket but most players will be on duty in the National T20 competition. There have been numerous fitness issues in an up and down year for Pakistan cricket. They have reached the number one ranking in T20I cricket and won the ICC Champions Trophy but were poor in Tests away from home in New Zealand and Australia and in the UAE against Sri Lanka   Read More ...
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Irfan Pathan reveals a Pakistan cricketer as ‘toughest to bowl to’
Irfan Pathan began the domestic season as the Baroda captain – an honour he wished to satisfy and fulfill by leading the side ably. But what transpired was his quick removal following a poor start and not just as the skipper but also from the team. Oddly, he didn’t perform badly to deserve an ouster from the team itself and that suggested an internal issue within the state association   Read More ...
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U-19 Asia Cup: Afghanistan sink Nepal in semis, to meet Pakistan in final
When Afghanistan took on Nepal at Kinrara Oval in Kuala Lumpur for U19 Asia Cup semi-final match on Friday, they were eager to make it to the final. The side had seen defeat at semi-final rounds in past three editions of the tournament. On the other hand, Nepal had made their way for the first time in the semis at the back of a shocking win against India in the group stages and appeared to be growing with confidence   Read More ...
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Wasim Akram Asks Muhammad Hafeez To Give Up Bowling And Focus On Batting
Pakistan fast bowling great, Wasim Akram has advised Muhammad Hafeez to give up bowling and just focus on his batting in a bid to extend his cricket career. "I think Hafeez should give up bowling now and just concentrate on his batting. Work harder on his batting," Wasim told reporters. Hafeez's bowling action has been found to be illegal for a third time by the International Cricket Council (ICC) last month and he has been suspended from bowling in international cricket on Thursday until he clears a biomechanics test   Read More ...
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Mohammad Hafeez Suspended By ICC For Illegal Bowling Action
Former Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez was on Thursday suspended from bowling in international cricket with immediate effect due to illegal action. The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced that an independent assessment has found Hafeez's bowling action to be illegal. According to an ICC press release, Hafeez's majority of his deliveries exceeded the 15 degrees level of tolerance permitted under the regulations   Read More ...
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Pakistan’s Hafeez suspended from bowling in internationals
Lahore: Pakistan off-spinner Mohammad Hafeez has been suspended from bowling in international cricket with immediate effect after the ICC found his action to be illegal, the sport’s governing body said on Thursday. Match officials reported Hafeez in last month’s third one-day international against Sri Lanka. “The assessment revealed that the majority of his deliveries exceeded the 15 degrees level of tolerance permitted under the regulations,” the International Cricket Council said in a statement   Read More ...
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Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez suspended from bowling in internationals
Pakistan off-spinner Mohammad Hafeez has been suspended from bowling in international cricket with immediate effect after the International Cricket Council (ICC) found his action to be illegal, the sport’s governing body said on Thursday. Match officials reported Hafeez in last month’s third one-day international against Sri Lanka. “The assessment revealed that the majority of his deliveries exceeded the 15 degrees level of tolerance permitted under the regulations,” the ICC said in a statement   Read More ...
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Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez banned because of illegal bowling action
Pakistan allrounder Mohammad Hafeez has been suspended from bowling in international cricket for the third time in three years after the sport’s governing body found his bowling action to be illegal. The International Cricket Council said Thursday that an independent assessment showed that “the majority of his deliveries exceeded the 15 degrees level of tolerance permitted under the regulations.” The ICC said Hafeez can still bowl in domestic cricket events played under the Pakistan Cricket Board   Read More ...
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Meanwhile... the first international cricket match in eight years took place in Pakistan
In Lahore, Pakistan, cricket fans stood in line for hours to see the first international cricket match in their country in eight years. In 2009, the Sri Lankan national cricket team was attacked by terrorists while in Lahore for a match. Eight players were killed and seven wounded. Since then, no major national cricket team has played a Test match (a form of cricket recognized by the International Cricket Council) in Pakistan   Read More ...
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Taking positives from the Pakistan series: Chandimal
Sri Lankan captain Dinesh Chandimal said he wanted to take the confidence from the triumph over Pakistan into the Test series against India. He said here on Wednesday, “We are looking at taking the positives from that series into the matches here. We know India is the No. 1 Test side in the world. They are a very strong opposition. But if we play well, the results should come our way   Read More ...
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Ashes 2017: Aleem Dar and Marais Erasmus to umpire first Test
Pakistan’s Aleem Dar and South Africa’s Marais Erasmus will umpire the first Ashes cricket test between Australia and England, which begins in Brisbane on Nov. 23. Dar will also officiate in the second test in Adelaide, along with New Zealand’s Chris Gaffaney, while Erasmus with team up with Gaffaney for the third test in Perth. Sri Lanka’s Kumar Dhamasena will umpire the last two tests of the five match series, joining India’s Sundaram Ravi for the fourth test in Melbourne then Joel Wilson of the West Indies for the fifth in Sydney   Read More ...
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Saeed Ajmal, Pakistan's Ace Spinner, Retires From All Cricket
Saeed Ajmal, Pakistan's spinner, announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on Monday, two years after losing his wicket-taking bite with a remodelled bowling action that was twice deemed illegal. During a successful but controversial career, Ajmal was once celebrated as the world's number one bowler in one day internationals (ODIs) and , and was almost as successful in Tests   Read More ...
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Waqar Younis Says Fixing Still At Play At All Levels Of Cricket
Former Pakistan captain Waqar Younis made a big statement on Sunday, ahead of Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2018, saying that the fixing still exists in cricket. He also stressed that collective efforts were required to eradicate it. Waqar, who also coached the Pakistan national team, also said that spot-fixing has badly damaged the image of Pakistan cricket. "The roots of fixing are very deep   Read More ...
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Saeed Ajmal announces retirement from all forms of cricket
Veteran Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on Monday. Saeed Ajmal, who was once the world’s number one bowler in one-day internationals and Twenty20 cricket, witnessed his career take a downward curve as he was hauled up for chucking. While he did make a comeback in 2015, he failed to make a successful return   Read More ...
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Tahir, Duminy headline Pakistan Super League draft
Cape Town - Seven South African cricketers will be participating in next year's Pakistan Super League after a player draft was drawn on Sunday. Former world No 1 T20 and ODI bowler Imran Tahir will be returning to his native country after being selected for the Multan Sultans and he will be accompanied by Highveld Lions bowler Hardus Viljoen. Proteas all-rounder and Cape Cobras skipper JP Duminy, who had recently retired from Test cricket, was picked by Islamabad United   Read More ...
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Lynn and Bravo among top picks in PSL draft
Dubai: Hard-hitting Australian batsman Chris Lynn and West Indian star all-rounder Dwayne Bravo were the top picks in the Players’ Draft for the third edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), to be held in the UAE and in some of the venues in Pakistan next year. The draft was held in Lahore on Sunday. The Lahore franchise snapped up Lynn, considered one of the most destructive opening batsman   Read More ...
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Hasan Ali emerges as top bowler in ICC's ODI rankings
Hasan Ali emerged as the top bowler in the International Cricket Council's (ICC) latest One Day International (ODI) rankings released on Friday.Ali jumped six spots in the rankings to reach the top of the list, according to a statement issued on ICC's website. The fast-bowler's boost in the rankings follows his haul of five for 34 in the third ODI against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, when Pakistan took an unassailable 3-0 lead in the series   Read More ...
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FIFA 2022: UAE official calls for Qatar to 'repudiate policies supporting terrorism'
The Emirati minister of state for foreign affairs has commented on Qatar hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup in light of the diplomatic crisis between Doha and four Arab nations. Anwar Gargash wrote on Twitter on Tuesday: “Qatar's hosting of World Cup 2022 should include a repudiation of policies supporting extremism & terrorism. Doha should review its record.” Doha has long denied funding extremists   Read More ...
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Qatar crisis can end if Doha gives up FIFA World Cup: UAE security official
A top Emirati security official said that the Qatar diplomatic crisis can end if Doha gives up hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup — the first time someone from the four Arab nations boycotting the country directly linked the tournament to resolving the months-long dispute. While Dubai security Lt. Gen. Dhahi Khalfan is often outspoken on Twitter, on Sunday nigh on the crisis comes as those opposing Qatar increasingly target the upcoming soccer competition in their criticism   Read More ...
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Mickey Arthur's contract extended till 2019 World Cup, PCB official says
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to extend men's cricket team coach Mickey Arthur's contract till World Cup 2019, a top PCB official told . PCB is reportedly satisfied with Arthur's performance, saying a young side under him recently won the Champions Trophy for the first time ever for Pakistan. He had initially been contracted in May 2016 to serve for up to two years   Read More ...
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Pakistan vs Sri Lanka: Pakistan 266-4 on Day 3, trail Sri Lanka by 153 runs
Pakistan trail Sri Lanka by 153 runs in an evenly balanced first test after reaching stumps on the third day at 266-4 in its first innings on Saturday. Azhar Ali was 74 not out as Pakistan attempted to move in on the 419 posted by Sri Lanka, which included a ninth test century from Dinesh Chandimal. Pakistan resumed the day on 64-0 and extended the opening partnership to 114 before offspinner Dilruwan Perera claimed Sami Aslam lbw for 51   Read More ...
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Pakistan Cricket Board to demand around USD 70 million from BCCI as compensation
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) wants its Indian counterpart (BCCI) to pay approximately USD 70 million as compensation for not playing two “home” bilateral series. The PCB, which has completed its consultation process and finalised its compensation claim against the BCCI, is expected to file its claim with the disputes resolution committee of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in a few days   Read More ...
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Azhar Ali joins Pakistan's 5000 Test club
Abu Dhabi - Consistent Pakistan middle-order batsman Azhar Ali completed 5 000 runs in the longer format during the third day's play in the first Test against Sri Lanka on Saturday. The 32-year-old became the eighth Pakistan batsman to reach the milestone in his 61st Test, when he took a single to reach a personal score of 32. Ali made his Test debut against Australia at Lord's in Pakistan's neutral venue series in England in 2010 and has since been a consistent performer with the bat   Read More ...
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PCB to demand around $70 million from BCCI as compensation
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) wants its Indian counterpart (BCCI) to pay approximately $ 70 million as compensation for not playing two “home” bilateral series. The PCB, which has completed its consultation process and finalised its compensation claim against the BCCI, is expected to file its claim with the disputes resolution committee of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in a few days   Read More ...
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Live Cricket Score Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 1st Test Day 3: Pakistan resume 355 runs behind Sri Lanka
Live Cricket Score Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 1st Test Day 3 Live Score PAK vs SL: Pakistan gave done well to reach 64/0 at close of play on day two of the first Test against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi. Pakistan openers Shan Masood and Sami Aslam were both unbeaten as they chase Sri Lanka’s 419 in the first innings. Dinesh Chandimal was unbeaten at 155 as he ran out of partners at the other end one Dilruwan Perera was dismissed by Hasan Ali   Read More ...
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1st Test: Dinesh Chandimal Stars As Sri Lanka Put Pressure On Pakistan On Day 2
Captain Dinesh Chandimal made an unbeaten 155 as Sri Lanka put the pressure on Pakistan on the second day of the first Test in Abu Dhabi on Friday. Openers Sami Aslam (31 not out) and Shan Masood (30 not out) negotiated 23 overs to take Pakistan to 64-0, still trailing Sri Lanka's first-innings total of 419 by 355 runs. They need another 156 to avoid the follow-on, a task which should be simple on a flat Sheikh Zayed Stadium pitch   Read More ...
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Pakistan vs Sri Lanka, 1st Test: Dinesh Chandimal ton leads Sri Lanka to 419, Pakistan 64/0 on Day 2
Dinesh Chandimal scored his ninth test century and first as captain as Sri Lanka posted 419 against Pakistan on day two of the first test on Friday. By stumps, Pakistan were a chanceless 64 without loss, Sami Aslam on 31 and Shan Masood on 30 to make honors even. Sri Lanka resumed on 227-4 after Dimuth Karunaratne’s 93, and Chandimal moved on from 60   Read More ...
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Dinesh Chandimal century leads Sri Lanka to 419 against Pakistan
Dinesh Chandimal scored his ninth test century and first as captain as Sri Lanka posted 419 against Pakistan on day two of the first test. Pakistan made a chanceless 64 without loss at stumps, Sami Aslam on 31 and Shan Masood on 30 to make honours even. Sri Lanka resumed on 227-4 after Dimuth Karunaratne's 93, and Chandimal advanced from 60 to his ton in the morning with a cover drive   Read More ...
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Chandimal defiant in unbeaten knock of 155 to lift Sri Lanka to 419
Abu Dhabi: On an extremely hot and humid day, Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal made for a sprightly presence at the wicket to bring up an unbeaten century knock of 155. Chandimal helped put his side in a strong position with a first innings total of 419 in 154.5 overs on the second day of the first Test at the Shaikh Zayed Cricket Stadium   Read More ...
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