Smith, Kohli and Babar Azam are modern-day greats: Mathew Hayden

During the build-up to the World Test Championship final between Australia and India, former Australian cricketer, Matthew Hayden, shared his thoughts on the strengths of both teams. When asked about the advantage Australia might have over India, Hayden highlighted the importance of putting runs on the board, and in doing so, he praised the batting

I have all it takes to play for Pakistan in any format: Omair bin Yousuf

Harvard University teacher acknowledges Babar, Rizwan status as ‘Cricket Kings’

An esteemed instructor at Harvard Business school, Anitael Berse, appreciated her recent students and Pakistan cricketers, Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan. Both the cricketers attended classes on the aforementioned Business School campus in Boston, Massachusetts, from May 31 to June 3. ALSO READ: Babar, Rizwan inspire UFC champions to take up cricket Anitael, took to her

English, Australian cricket boards concerned over ICC proposed financial model

BCCI secretary Jay Shah (L) and BCCI president Roger Binny (R) – BCCI English and Australian cricket boards have raised concerns over the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) proposed financial model. As reported by ESPNcricinfo previously, India’s new revenue share in the ICC’s proposed finance model would stand at 38.5%, while England and Australia would bag

Shaheen Afridi smashes Bracewell for four sixes in an over

Shadab Khan’s spectacular bowling display in vain as Sussex suffer defeat

Shadab Khan delivered an impressive display of bowling for the Sussex Sharks in their T20 Vitality Blast match against Essex on Thursday. With Feroze Khushi providing stability at one end, Shadab played a vital role by consistently breaking through the Essex batting lineup. Shadab’s first breakthrough came when he removed Matt Critchley for just 9

Umar Gul picks five potential pacers for Pakistan’s World Cup squad

Umar Gul, who served as Pakistan’s interim bowling coach for recent Afghanistan and New Zeaand series, has revealed his five potential pacers for the upcoming ICC World Cup 2023 scheduled in India. In an exclusive interview with Cricket Pakistan, Gul emphasized the importance of retaining the pace attack that was successful during the New Zealand

Zimbabwe Select take series 4-2 with win over Pakistan Shaheens in sixth one-day

Craig Ervine’s century helped Zimbabwe Select win the sixth one-day against Pakistan Shaheens by 32 runs and clinch the series by 4-2. While chasing a mammoth target of 386 runs, Shaheen suffered early blows as they lost opener, Imran Butt (6), and in-form batter, Omair Bin Yousuf (4), inside five overs. Both batters were dismissed

Shaheen Afridi responds to concerns about dip in bowling speed

Pakistan left-arm pacer, Shaheen Afridi, has responded to concerns raised about a dip in his bowling speed following his row of injuries. Despite the questions surrounding his pace, Afridi emphasized that taking wickets holds greater importance to him than sheer speed. The talented bowler expressed confidence that with time and with more game opportunities, he

Babar Azam’s motorbike ride sparks safety concerns among fans

Fans of Pakistani cricket captain, Babar Azam, have expressed concerns about his safety after he was spotted riding a heavy motorbike on the streets of Lahore. While Babar was seen wearing a helmet, many fans believe that he should not be taking unnecessary risks with his safety, especially with important events like the Asia Cup