Rvel Zahid

  • TThis has been so far a low-key year for Pakistan cricket in terms of the amount of competitive cricket played and due to a dearth of international fixtures against top teams. However, the crescendo has been building up for the much-anticipated Asia Cup which is up and running! The notable feature ...

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  • TThere comes a special time in a sportsperson's life when they are at the peak of their form and skill, nothing seems unassailable. They have seen it all, been there, experienced the international cricket pressure and now it is their time to stun the world with their innate brilliance. The ...

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  • TPakistan had a nervy start to their UK outing as they allowed a buoyant Irish side stage a comeback in the second innings of their inaugural test. Pakistan struggled to acclimatise with the cold as M Amir's longstanding knee injury flared up but the management is confident of his availability for ...

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  • TYes, folks, it has come down to this, cricket's latest format has 10 overs a side that will wrap up in just about 90 minutes. T10 league promises to be an action-packed fiesta that is set for product testing. The tournament kicked off on December 14 and will continue till the 17th of this month at ...

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  • TIt is turning out to be a great year for Pakistan cricket. First, the surreal win at ICC Champions Trophy and then this big breakthrough in the shape of World XI tour. Sri Lanka and West Indies have also affirmed to follow suit and help bring back the nation's beloved sport. The birthplace of ...

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  • TIt is so refreshing to see International teams compete in a rare One-Day International tournament amidst T20 leagues and unvarying bilateral series. This 8th edition of ICC Champions Trophy promises exhilarating and nerve-jangling close contests. Pakistan must be feeling buoyant after tasting ...

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  • TIt all started when Misbah-ul-Haq was roped in for the inaugural edition of the T20 World Cup in 2007. The man who would eventually become a legend was the highest scorer for Pakistan in the tournament. It was Misbah who made the final a must see against India, and, in the process, earned a ...

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  • TGone are the days when Pakistani radio cricket commentary used to hook audiences. Such was the mastery and eloquence of greats such as Jamshed Markear and Omar Kureshi that even widely televised matches in that era wouldn't have driven people away from absorbing radio commentary of that era. Also, ...

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  • T Rvel ZahidLAHOREThe Pakistan Super League ended elegantly but left more questions for Pakistan cricket behind than answers it was supposed to serve like the other T20 leagues of the world. Pakistan could not find much of the new talent from the event yet it also exposed the fragile nature of the ...

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