Sevilla stood up to La Liga's 'Big Two' and fell. But there is a lesson or two the ICC can take from the 'revolution'.
The 'Big 3', as they are being referred to, believe it's not just the money that should be with them but the power too.
There are obvious, and necessary, questions that have been asked after the inclusion of Shinwari in the T20 squad.
Last year, with the series tied at 1-1 after two Tests, Mahendra Singh Dhoni took on Prabir Mukherjee — the ...
The selections for the tour of Zimbabwe aren't brave, or long term - they signify the very worst of Pakistan cricket.
It was somehow appropriate that the last-wicket West Indies pair did what they did in the 3rd ODI against Pakistan.
The selection committee does have options such as Fawad Alam, Umar Akmal, Haris Sohail who deserve their chance.
Asad Shaifq has been hugely disappointing over the last two years; failing to replicate his Test progress in ODIs.
As their past record shows, Pakistan can be successful at the Champions Trophy despite all evidence to the contrary.
Pakistan’s inability to rotate has led to a culture where there are untouchables within the playing XI.
Wahab may pass the eye test – he is quick, athletic and a workhorse – but that seems to be the only test he is succeeding in right now.
In Pakistan, occasional brilliance always trumps sustained competence; Shahid Afridi always trumps Misbah-ul-Haq.
Coaches have helped Irfan develop an alter ego on the field - that of a typical ‘fast’ bowler.
The gap is put into the starkest of contrasts when the practice sessions of the two sides are seen back-to-back.
Pakistan need to realize what it takes to bat in the 21st century, while not forgetting the lessons of times past.
Pakistan must find the right mix and not compromise on batting depth or bowling strength.
In the aftermath of Pakistan’s loss to South Africa, the favourite topic of a certain section of the Pakistani ‘fans’ has been on the cards once again: how to blame Misbah-ul-Haq for all the evils in the world.
In Pakistan it seems suitable to send two night-watchmen as openers, whose only role is to see of the new ball.
Pakistan has not had a dead rubber Test match since the infamous tour to Australia in 2009/10.
The system, because of which Pakistan have to fight back every time they play outside Asia, has to be questioned.