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Three run outs were hard to digest, Vaughan

Three run outs were hard to digest, Vaughan

Sharjah: Former English captain and batsman Michael Vaughan has stated his doubts over Pakistan’s performance in the last game against England in Sharjah. He tweeted that the run outs were really surprising and doubtful. As the game finished and Pakistani supporters were trying their best ot forget about the results, Vaughan dropped another bombshell with his tweet. He wrote that […]

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Taylor and Buttler steer England to 2-1 series lead over Pakistan

Taylor and Buttler steer England to 2-1 series lead over Pakistan

The men in green collapse again! The Sharjah ODI didn’t turn out much different from the one played at Abu Dhabi. Visitors England were classy yet again, and hosts Pakistan were shaky once more. James Taylor played a masterclass of an innings to steer his English side to a victory at Sharjah, which ended up securing a vital 2-1 away […]

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A special spell from a special bowler, Muhammad Irfan

If there was any bowler who could make a match for Pakistan after their poor first innings performance here in Sharjah, it was Muhammad Irfan. The tall fast bowler brought back Pakistan into the game with his first spell. He was breathing fire and both English openers Alex Hales and Jason Roy had nothing to offer against the tall giant. […]

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A spell of sheer brilliance from Muhammad Irfan

The 7 foot 1 inch tall Muhammad Irfan was recently termed as giant by England’s ODI opener Jason Roy. This giant spread his wrath on the English team yesterday at Sharjah. It was unfortunate to see that Pakistan lost the match but Irfan was special by all standards. The left arm pacer didn’t complete his full quota of overs for […]

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Brian Lara wishes success to PSL

Brian Lara wishes success to PSL

New York: Former West Indian batsmen Brian Lara has wished Pakistan’s first T20 league success. He uploaded a video message on his social media account in which he spoke about the league with a very warm heart. Lara who himself took part in a T20 series alongside many other former international players said that he wants PSL to have a […]

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Wickets package Pakistan, 3rd ODI against England

Another poor show with the bat and today it was the whole Pakistan team to be blamed here. There was no sense of responsibility shown by a single batsman. Everyone just come in hit a few shots and got out. It was horrible to see how they all lost their wickets on a pitch that looked like a batting Eden. […]

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Pakistan fall of wickets, 3rd ODI VS England

Pakistan has made a mess out of the pure batting pitch here in Sharjah. They failed again to produce some quality batting skills. It is a mental block from the Asian team. There is nothing wrong with the wicket or any other playing condition. Pakistan had three run outs and tells the story here. Babar Azam once again was promoted […]

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Pakistan back to square one, Hafeez and Sarfraz out

Pakistan is back to square one here. Hafeez is gone and so is Sarfraz. The chances to score a big total have gone lone back now. The dreams to win this ODI are falling down as well. Pakistan is heading to the wrong direction here. First Hafeez played a poor shot. It was disastrous from him. There was no way […]

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England back in the hunt, Hafeez and Sarfraz out

There you go the problem continues for Pakistan. More misery for the Asians as Muhammad Hafeez played a nothing shot to waste his 45 runs. It was a crime committed here by Hafeez. It was crucial for him to stay and the man didn’t listen to it. Pakistan wanted Hafeez and Sarfraz to bat long for a good finish. If […]

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Azhar run out again, poor running from the captain

When Hafeez comes to the crease, he never walks alone. Chances of a run out are always walking down with him inside the ground and in the past we have seen him getting run out or making others fall for one. This time on the other hand the fault was with Azhar Ali. The Pakistan captain didn’t respond well to […]

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