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  • 3rd ODI: Asif the star as Pakistan win Zimbabwe series

    HARARE: Offspinner Bilal Asif outlined his potential value to Pakistan ahead of upcoming games against England as his five-wicket haul clinched the third and decisive one-day international against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club on Monday...

    Playing in just his second ODI, Asif decimated the Zimbabwe line-up with figures of 5 for 25 as the hosts were bowled out for 161, then scored 38 as Pakistan chased their target in 34 overs to win...

  • Pakistan and Zimbabwe look to build one-day future

    LAHORE: After two nail-biting finishes in the Twenty20 series marking the return of international cricket to Pakistan, the hosts and Zimbabwe move to the three-match one-day series on Tuesday aiming to build for the future...

    Pakistan won the Twenty20 series 2-0 Sunday in front of a packed audience of 27,000 at Lahore's Gaddafi stadium, but will be far from happy over the manner of both wins which saw them nearly snatch defeat from...

  • 3rd Test: Pakistan in dominant position after day four against Windies

    Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq are poised to end their storied careers on a winning note after Pakistan played their way into a strong position on day four of the third test against West Indies on Saturday...

    On a day when the match came alive, Pakistan declared at 174 for eight wickets in their second innings, setting West Indies a victory target of 304 runs at Windsor Park in Roseau on the island of Dominica...

  • 3rd Test: Pakistan crawl to 169 for two on first day against Windies

    Opener Azhar Ali was unbeaten on 85 as Pakistan crawled to 169 for two on a rain-affected first day of the series-deciding third test against West Indies in Dominica on Wednesday...

    A decision by West Indies captain Jason Holder to send Pakistan in to bat backfired, as the visitors lost only one early wicket, Shan Masood for nine, at Windsor Park in Roseau...

  • Zimbabwe's Masakadza hits century on rain-hit day one

    BULAWAYO: Opener Hamilton Masakadza struck an unbeaten century as Zimbabwe reached 169 for four at the close on a rain-curtailed first day of the second Test against West Indies at the Queens Sports Club on Sunday...

    After Zimbabwe won the toss and elected to bat, Masakadza reached 101 not out from 171 balls with nine fours and two sixes...

  • Zimbabwe thrash 'pathetic' Sri Lanka in one day battle

    Solomon Mire smashed his maiden one-day century on Friday to take Zimbabwe to a historic six-wicket win over Sri Lanka and pile pressure on the beleaguered Asian nation...

    Mire hit 112 off 96 balls as Zimbabwe reached 322-4 to pass Sri Lanka's 316-5 with more than two overs to spare...

  • PIA flight operations remain suspended for 3rd day

    KARACHI: As PIA’s flight operations remained suspended for the third consecutive day with about 350 flights having been cancelled since Tuesday, a ‘high-powered’ team of Sindh Rangers began on Thursday an investigation into the firing incident with a claim to have found “clues about the presence of miscreants in the crowd”...

    “We can even produce him for identity,” he said while talking to journalists outside the PIA head office near...

  • 3rd ODI abandoned after rain as Pakistan clinch series 2-0

    LAHORE: The third and final day-night international between Pakistan and Zimbabwe ended as a no result in Lahore on Sunday after play was ended by a sandstorm followed by rain...

    Zimbabwe, chasing a target of 297 to win, were 60/0 before a power failure in a floodlight tower and a heavy sandstorm forced the players to walk off the field at Gaddafi Stadium...

  • 3rd Test: Chase and Holder dig in to defy Pakistan

    An unbroken 53-run seventh-wicket partnership between Roston Chase and Jason Holder frustrated Pakistan's push for a series-clinching victory with the West Indies holding on at 146 for six at tea on the last day of the third and final Test at Windsor Park in Dominica on Sunday...

    Set an improbable target of 304 and starting the final day at seven for one, all looked lost for the home side when Shane Dowrich became Yasir Shah's fourth...

  • 3rd Test: Windies crawl to 218-5 at stumps against Pakistan

    West Indies replicated their opponents' dour batting effort in crawling to 218 for five off 100 overs in reply to Pakistan's first innings total of 376 at stumps on day three of the third and final Test at Windsor Park in Dominica on Friday...

    Struck painfully on the right elbow attempting a pull at Mohammad Amir operating with the second new ball, the lanky right-hander's departure after 190 minutes at the crease gave Pakistan a...

  • 3rd Test: Free-flowing Hafeez leads Pakistan fightback

    SHARJAH: Opener Mohammad Hafeez notched a brilliant 97 under pressure to help Pakistan stage a comeback in the third and final Test against England in Sharjah on Tuesday...

    The 35-year-old was just three runs away from his ninth Test hundred as he took Pakistan to 146-3 at the close on the third day at Sharjah stadium, leading by 74 runs with seven wickets intact...

  • 3rd T20: Pakistan, New Zealand play for series at Guptill’s hunting ground

    New Zealand's Martin Guptill devastated Pakistan at Hamilton in the second T20 but Shahid Afridi's side could be in for more trouble as the two teams move to the Kiwi opener's favourite hunting ground for the third and final T20 on Friday...

    The 29-year-old combined with skipper Kane Williamson in a record-breaking partnership of 171 runs to give New Zealand a 10-wicket victory in the second T20 and that feat will be playing on the...

  • 3rd T20: New Zealand hammer Pakistan by 95 runs to win T20 series

    WELLINGTON: Corey Anderson whacked a career-best 82 not out and followed up with two wickets as New Zealand demolished Pakistan by 95 runs in their deciding Twenty20 in Wellington on Friday...

    New Zealand wrapped up the series 2-1 after being sent into bat and making an imposing 196 before rolling Pakistan for 101 in the 17th over...

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