Outgoing selector Shoaib Mohammad says Jamshed's miserable form at the World Cup was no surprise to him.
Starc has surged to the top of the rankings for ODI Bowlers for the following his haul during the World Cup.
ICC president Mustafa Kamal made the latest remarks after being denied of the right to present the World Cup trophy.
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Wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed, who Shahryar termed a 'fighter', will be the vice-captain of Pakistan's ODI and T20 sides.
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When India were hammered by Australia, fans from Pakistan and Bangladesh knew their *mauka* had finally come.
Azhar is set to be announced as the new skipper while Sarfraz would be his deputy, it emerged after a PCB meeting.
Australia beat India by 95 runs, will face New Zealand for the coveted trophy on March 29 at the MCG.
After a poor start, Pakistan raised hopes of a 1992-like turnaround. But it wasn't to be.
Elliott struck a six off the penultimate ball as New Zealand beat South Africa by four wickets in a cliffhanger.
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Clarke paid rich tributes to Pakistan's veterans, captain Misbah-ul Haq and all-rounder Shahid Afridi.
Defending a total of 213, the Pakistani bowlers put up a spirited fight but were let down badly by their fielding.
“We would take it as a another opportunity to break the shackles as we have never beaten India in the World Cup.”
The joy of Sarfraz's success reached India where one man was busy distributing sweets and answering phone calls.
With no Irfan in the ranks, it will surely be a tough task for Misbah-ul-Haq to tackle tournament-favourites Australia.
Irfan's replacement to be decided after the result of Friday's quarter-final against Australia.
It is unclear whether Irfan's injury may also rule him out of taking any further part in the World Cup.
Nadeem Alam posed as former cricketer Nadeem Abbasi to give his “expert” opinion on BBC World News.