International cricket in Pakistan officially resumed. Let's hope it's here to stay.
Believe it or not, international cricket has come back to Pakistan.
Pakistan’s performance was paranormal, it was pure magic, and it was almost unfair.
The difficulty of selecting from a bunch of performing bowlers is a problem, but a good one.
India has multiple match winners and any of them clicking will make it difficult for Pakistan to compete.
To judge what they have done for Pakistan cricket through numbers is like gauging a Rolls Royce by its speed.
Perhaps the dark cloud of corruption inquiries had a dampening effect on the tournament's atmosphere.
There were also record runs conceded in an opening over.
Abrar Ahmed's debut and Mohammad Hafeez's dismissal by Mohammad Amir also stood out.
Did the first game live up to its billing?
From Karachi vs Lahore to the final being hosted in Pakistan.
Cricket has changed since Clarrie Grimmett's time; as money poured into it, the game's social fabric changed too.
Chappell does not believe in equal rights for teams that are not equal in cricketing measure.
A win for Pakistan is almost impossible, but Younis has given his country a chance to draw the game.
If the PCB has allowed the two to come back into the fray, they must do so without any prejudice.
Many batsmen burst on to the scene with a good instinct for the game but our system is not able to groom them.
Sarfraz will always be best known as the inventor of reverse swing.
It is common for players in Pakistan to receive the news of the end of their career from the morning newspapers.
A generation of some of the finest cricketers are going through their careers without facing their fiercest foes.
Four from Pakistan's current generation scored a century on debut. But, were they able to fulfill their true potential?