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England beat West Indies by nine wickets ST. GEORGE'S: England defeated the West Indies by nine wickets on Saturday to win the second Test and take a 1-0 lead in the three-game series.Set a target of 143 at Grenada's National Cricket Stadium, Gary Ballance was 81 not out while skipper Alastair Cook was unbeaten on 59.Earlier, West Indies had been dismissed for 307 in their second innings.The first Test in Antigua last week ended in a draw while the third and final Test gets underway in Barbados on Friday.Brief scores: West Indies 299 and 307; England 464 and 144 for one.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2015 ...

Afridi couldn’t save Pakistan from disgrace, blames Bangladesh for defeat Pakistan was beaten comprehensively by seven wickets in the only T20 match against Bangladesh in Mirpur on Friday. Afridi, however blamed Bangladeshi umpire for the defeat. According to ESPN, talking to newsmen after Pakistan’s defeat at the hands of Bangladesh, Afridi said, “That was not out in my point of view. Mistakes do happen as we are humanbeings but these days games can be changed with one single poor decision and may be a different ...
Bangladesh call up uncapped Shahid for first Pakistan Test DHAKA: Bangladesh included uncapped fast bowler Mohammad Shahid in their 14-man squad announced Saturday for the first Test against Pakistan in Khulna.The 26-year-old right-armer, who has 56 first-class wickets to his credit, joins batsman Litton Das and all-rounder Soumya Sarkar in making their Test debuts.Das was part of the Bangladesh squad in Friday's Twenty20 match against the tourists, but did not make the playing XI. Sarkar has already begun to make a mark in one-day ...
Pakistan hope Zimbabwe is first step out of wilderness KARACHI: Deserted grounds, deprived fans and falling standards -- Pakistan has suffered badly from six years without hosting international cricket, but Zimbabwe's planned tour next month could restore hope.On March 3, 2009, Pakistani cricket suffered a cruel blow when the bus carrying the Sri Lankan Test team was attacked by militants near Lahore's Gaddafi stadium, leaving eight people dead and seven visiting players wounded.Monday's announcement that Zimbabwe have agreed to come for a short tour ...
England 253-3 at tea ST. GEORGE'S: England were 253 for three in reply to the West Indies first innings total of 299 at tea on the third day of the second Test at the National Cricket Stadium in Grenada on Thursday.Joe Root was 51 not out while Gary Ballance was undefeated on 47.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2015 ...
Afridi announced his final decision Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi denies all the rumours of his comeback to ODI series. He said he won’t take back his retirement from 50-over game. Afridi, who left for Dhaka with a few other players including Ahmed Shehzad to play the lone T20 international against Bangladesh, said he has no intentions of going back on his decision to retire from the ODIs. “My decision is final. We have to understand that the new players will ...
Pakistan drops to eight in ODI ranking after loss to Bangladesh ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has slipped one place to eighth in the Reliance ICC ODI Team Rankings after Bangladesh won the three-match series 3-0 in Mirpur, Bangladesh on Wednesday.According to the latest rankings released by ICC, Pakistan had entered the series on 95 ratings points but has now dropped to join the West Indies on 92 ratings points.And when the ratings are calculated beyond the decimal point, then the West Indies is ranked ahead of Pakistan.In a ...


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