The better team lost — at least that’s what the Pakistani fans would like to believe.
Pakistan cricket comes full circle in Lahore as eight long years of international isolation are set to end in the same
The spectre of match-fixing has yet again reared its ugly head, this time in the cash-rich PSL.
That world record mark set by England in the third game was embarrassing enough for any captain to quit the post.
England made themselves an absolute laughing stock in world cricket on Sunday.
KARACHI: Boxer Amir Khan has hands of steel and a heart of gold. The renowned international pugilist made waves and...
The stranger went onto lead the prayers with reassuring control, all fourteen players lining-up obediently.
“No, why should I quit? My family wants me to play, my fans want me to play, the Indians want me to play.”
It is a pity that the bosses in Pakistan cricket have neither the time nor inclination to carry an overhaul of the game.
It is time for Pakistan cricket to head into a new era.
The PCB's support for Amir is unlikely to win the pacer any favours in the dressing room.
The glitzy Pakistan Super League bash, perhaps, had it all except for better sense, and Younis Khan.
Does he have anything of note to show at the domestic circuit to get picked yet again for Pakistan?
IT is examination time once again for Pakistan. Thankfully for them, the syllabus is not too challenging. It never...
The Pakistan-India clash is virtually the World Cup final; other games don’t matter to them.
Pakistani officials have selected a worthy bunch of 15 for the World Cup squad.
Former captain Younis Khan said he always fought his way out of difficult times by remaining positive.
The New Zealand cricket team, regrouped brilliantly to outplay Pakistan on a dusty Sharjah track to level the series.
How the prevalent chaos is affecting the team is quite evident at conditioning camp set up in Lahore.
Pakistan has failed to drum up support against the Big Three because the PCB lacks able administrative or media people.