Muhammad Butt

  • On 26th September, 2015 when Arsenal went to the King Power stadium and beat Leicester City 2-5, few eyebrows were raised. The Foxes, unbeaten up to that point, had been third in the table and defied pre-season predictions of relegation. However, with defeat at the hands of the Gunners, the ...

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  • Image Courtesy: ESPN Cricinfo Dear Diary, I know I have been neglecting you these last few weeks but as you may have noticed, things have been a little rough out here. For two decades, I have convinced almost half a nation that I am the second coming but I get the feeling – and it’s ...

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  • Albert Einstein famously described insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. However, as the fourth most intelligent nation, we feel almost obligated to challenge said notion. No individual or institution exemplifies this attitude better than the Pakistan ...

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  • In 2004-05, Chelsea romped home to their first league title in 50 years. The League Cup was also secured for good measure in what would be a groundbreaking and record breaking season at Stamford Bridge. Cynical observers will no doubt point to Abramovich’s billions as the sole reason for ...

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  • If further evidence was required to reinforce the fact that Pakistan was, is and will in all likelihood continue to remain, a country of bowlers, events in Auckland served to drive home this notion emphatically. There were understandable concerns about the bowling going into the World Cup. Injuries ...

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  • Australia and New Zealand as the venue? Check. A captain with roots in Mianwali? Check. Fast bowling spearhead injured just before the tournament? Check. Now if only we could somehow get the services of Intikhab Alam.... One could be forgiven for thinking that the stars are aligning once again for ...

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