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Twitter fraternity criticize Misbah over Usman Qadir’s selection

Twitter fraternity lashed out at the Pakistan cricket team head coach-cum-chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq,over the selection of Usman Qadir, son of former Pakistan great, Abdul Qadir (late) in the squad. it is pertinent to mention here that Usman Qadir, who has represented the PM XI in Australia has previously stated that he aims to play for Australia and represent them in the ICC T20 World Cup 2020 but he selected for Pakistan for upcoming Australia tour. Misbah is particularly impressed with Qadir’s bowling and wants to…

Sangakkara hopes to tour Pakistan as MCC member: report

Former Sri Lanka legendary batsman Kumar Sangakkara hopes to be part of the Marylebone Cricket Club’s (MCC) tour to Pakistan in future, ESPNcricinfo reported. It is pertinent to mention here that Kumar Sangakkara was part of the national team that was attacked by terrorists in Lahore back in 2009. Sangakkara said “Yes, if the opportunity arises and I would be part of it for sure (if the tour goes ahead),” Sangakkara said as quoted by ESPNcricinfo. “It’s great to see Sri Lanka tour Pakistan and the feedback that it…

Ramiz Raja slams Misbah for selecting Musa, Nasim for tough Australia tour

Former Pakistan cricketer-cum-commentator Ramiz Raja has expressed his displeasure over the bowling lineup selected for the upcoming two-match Test series against Australia. While sharing his views on his Youtube channel, Raja said “Although Musa Khan and Nasim Shah have potential, but they are only 18 year old and have never toured Australia." "On what basis have you selected two 18-year-olds thinking they will become world beaters when they don’t know what line and length to bowl in Australia,” questioned Raja.…

Malaysia’s Mahathir reaffirms Kashmir stance despite India palm oil boycott

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad reiterated his stance on Kashmir despite threats from India to boycott Malaysian palm oil and other goods. Talking to media persons at the Parliament lobby in Kuala Lumpur, Prime Minister Mahathir said: "we speak our minds and we do not retract and change despite calls by some in India for a boycott of Malaysian goods. " The government will study the effects of a boycott but it will take no further action for now, he said. Dr Mahathir Mohamad said all countries…

India tops World Test Championship table with 240 points

Indian cricket team continued their dominance at the top of the ICC Test Championship Points Table as another win in Ranchi against South Africa took their overall tally to 240 points. India kicked-off their World Test Championship campaign with a 2-match series away in West Indies where India beat Windies by 2-0 to add 120 points to their tally. While The 3-match series against South Africa at home then saw the hosts beat the Proteas by an innings in the second and the third match, after the first was a closely-fought…

Hafeez, Zahid shine as Southern Punjab beat Sindh in National T20 Cup

FAISALABAD: Veteran all-rounder Muhammad Hafeez and leg-spinner Zahid Mehmood guided Southern Punjab to seal a 34-run win over Sindh in their National T20 Cup fixture at Faisalabad’s Iqbal Stadium. Eariler, South Punjab piled-up a total of 148/9 in thier 20 overs allotted quota. Wahab Riaz scored 41 runs while Shoaib Malik made 38 runs.Sohail Khan got 4 wickets while Anwar Ali took 3 wickets for Sindh. In reply, Sindh wobbled in the start of 149-run target as they were reduced to 4-2 but veterans Sarfaraz Ahmed and…

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