Daily Archives: December 18, 2016

Asad big six against Hazelwood, 1st test Australia 2016

Asad Shafiq has certainly developed himself as one of the finest test batsman for Pakistan. He has certainly played a brilliant innings against the Australians in the second innings of the opening test. Asad is on 68 at this moment and is not out. In his innings he hit a big six that gathered a lot of applause from the ...

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Great Ending Day for Pakistan Against Aussies

BRISBANE: Pakisan were 70-2 at stumps on day three in pursuit of Australia’s mammoth 490-run target at Gabba in the first of the three-Test series. Opener Sami Aslam and one-down Babar Azam were sent back to the pavillion by the Kangaroos before day’s end. Aslam was caught by Matt Renshaw off Mitchell Starc, while Babar was caught at first slip ...

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Amir and Starc fight, 1st Test Australia 2016

Australian pacer M Starc has certainly ignited the Pakistani pace bowler Mohammad Amir. Starc said a few words to Amir at the end of his over and then got a befitting reply as well. Starc was quite astonished to see Amir hitting back at him. This incident happened at the end of the 92nd over. Starc wanted to hit a ...

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Brilliant Century of Asad Shafiq Against Australia

Against all the odds and perhaps starting to dream of a miraculous victory, Pakistani batting fusing resoluteness and audaciousness has ensured the first Test in Brisbane enters a final day although Australia are still favourites needing just two wickets for victory. In already the highest fourth innings chase ever at the Gabba, Pakistan lost just six wickets for the entirety ...

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Mohammad Amir 48 runs against Australia, 1st test 2016

Mohammad Amir is certainly trying his best to do anything to make sure he gives his team mates and countrymen something to cheer. He is bowling well but unfortunately not getting that many wickets. Now he has done fantastically well with the bat. The innings Amir has played here at the Gabba shows that anybody can bat here. All it ...

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Beautiful Straight Drive By Muhammad Amir Against Aussies

Cricket has been blessed with many great fast bowlers – the West Indian pacers, Australians Jeff Thomson, Dennis Lillie and Glenn McGrath, to name a few. Frank Tyson and Bob Willis from England, Sir Richard Hadlee from New Zealand, Allan Donald and Dale Steyn from South Africa and our very own Kapil Dev, Javagal Srinath and Zaheer Khan can be ...

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Fighting Scene Between Amir and Starc

‘Both for our city, and the thousands of boxing fans in London, staging the best fights is something we could all get used to. ‘I want to see the biggest sporting and cultural events staged here in London because we not only have world-class venues to stage top-class boxing, but we also have the globe’s best fight fans. ‘London is ...

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Alastair Cook debut wicket in Test format

Indian pace bowler Ishant Sharma is the debut and only wicket England test skipper Alastair Cook has taken in his international career so far. Cook took the wicket of Ishant Sharma is a test match played in England a couple of years back. Cook certainly has zero experience about bowling. The way he ran to the wicket and then bowled ...

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Sarfraz gets a fifty in Australia, 1st test 2016

Finally a moment of relief for the Pakistan wicket keeper batsman. He has scored his first fifty in Australia and this was a really good innings from the little man. Sarfraz Ahmad scored 59 runs. This is the only fifty after Moin Khan scored in 1999 as Pakistan’s wicket keeper batsman against Australia. Sarfraz played really well. He attacked the ...

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