Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Yuvraj Singh out from T20 World Cup after injury

MUMBAI: Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh will not be able to play in T20 World Cup semifinals as he has been ruled out after picking up an ankle injury during a recent match. The

‘I am Sorry’: That’s all Waqar Younis says about team’s performance

Zeeshan Akbar LAHORE: After losing the World T20 tournament, Pakistan head coach Waqar Younis has apologized to the nation for team’s poor performance in the World Cup Twenty20

New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 75 runs

KOLKATA: New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 75 runs in the Super Ten Group Two match of the World Twenty20 here on Saturday. New Zealand set a record of 146 runs against Bangladesh in the

Dutch soccer legend Johan Cruyff is no more

AIMAN INAM/MEHWISH   BARCELONA:  Dutch soccer legend Johan Cruyff, generally reckoned as Europe’s best player of 20th century, died the at age 68. Joaquin Munoz of the Cruyff Foundation

ICC WT20: Australia beat Pakistan by 21 runs

MOHALI: Australia beat Pakistan by 21 runs. Pakistan 164 for 7. Pakistan 147 for 5. Pakistan needs 55 more runs from 20 balls. Pakistan 139 for four after 16.3 overs. Pakistan 120 for

Pakistan to chase 194 runs in order to remain in the WT20

MOHALI: Australia gives Pakistan a target of 194 runs. Watson 44 faces Amir. Australia 182 for 4. Run rate 9.33. Smith 61 and Watson batting at 34. Amir bowling. Australia 179 for 4 off

Team Pakistan in ‘do or die’ position in today’s match against Australia

Mohsin Soomro MOHALI: After losing two matches against arch-rival India and the New Zealand, Pakistan team’s position is much weak as per the points table. Today’s clash between

Pakistan women team all set to take on Bangladesh today

NEW DELHI: Pakistan women team is all set to crush Bangladesh in the Women’s World T20 Cricket Cup at Delhi today (Thursday). Earlier, Pakistan won the super-clash against arch-rival

“Don’t give ‘Political’ statements”: BCCI Secretary criticises Afridi for ‘Kashmir’ comments

NEW DELHI: The secretary of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Anurag Thakur on Wednesday warned Pakistan T20 captain Shahid Afridi to avoid giving political statements. Afridi


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