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Misbah, Younis Should Step Back For Good? Former Pakistan captain Asif Iqbal broke his silence on cricketing matters and has advised senior batsmen Younis Khan and Misbahul Haq to call it a day and pave the way for youngsters to be groomed in the national team after it lost the second cricket Test to Sri Lanka in Colombo.According to local media reports Iqbal said, “I think we need to stop trying to find excuses for every defeat we suffer. Cricket has changed and it is a young man’s game now. I think the seniors must now step down and allow younger players a chance to establish themselves in international cricket”.“I don’t want to sound unkind to these two as they have done a lot and Younis by playing 100 Tests with an average of 53 has proven himself to be a world class performer. But I think now it is time for Pakistan cricket to think about ...

Younis Khan Talks About His Retirement Plan The Colombo Test was Younis Khan’s 100th Test, a landmark that only four Pakistan players before him have achieved. Though personally the match was not successful for Younis but after his 100 Test match he has been placed at the top among Pakistan batsmen at that point of careers.Before playing his 100th test match Pakistani batsman said in an interview that he wants to achieve a lot more than this and have certain goals in ...
ICC President Zaheer Abbas Wants To Revive Indo-Pak Cricket Ties The newly elected ICC President Zaheer Abbas said that he will strive to play an important role in reviving India-Pakistan bilateral ties with his new position in cricketing world. According to local media reports, Abbas said, "I want to play a role in helping revive Indo-Pak cricket matches because the people of both countries want these matches to take place and having regular bilateral ties is also necessary for the sport's global image”.“I know it ...
Sri Lanka enter new era in Pakistan decider PALLEKELE: Sri Lanka will get a glimpse of a future without their batting greats when the decisive third and final Test against Pakistan begins in Pallekele on Friday.For the first time in 15 years since Kumar Sangakkara's debut in July 2000, Sri Lanka will take the field in a Test without either him or Mahela Jayawardene in the ranks.Sangakkara, Test cricket's leading current run-getter, committed himself to playing just two Tests against Pakistan and two ...
Yasir Shah Lands Into Top Ten of ICC Ranking Only after 9 Tests played, Pakistani leg spinner Yasir Shah has broken into the top 10 of the ICC Test bowling rankings. He’s 9th with career best 750 points. Yasir Shah due to his magical performance has emerged to his career best position, despite of a defeat. Bowler Yasir Shah helped Pakistan to secure stunning victory over Sri Lanka in the first test match in Galle when he took 7 wickets in the second innings ...
Don’t lose hope yet, Rashid Latif tells Pakistan Rashid Latif, the former Pakistan captain has suggested Pakistan cricket team, not to lose hope after losing second Test opposite Sri Lanka by 7 wickets.However, Sri Lanka came out on top in their race against rain by reaching the 153-run target in just 26.3 overs for a loss of three wickets.According to local media reports Latif said, “All isn’t lost for Pakistan, so they must not panic. Instead, they should focus on the third Test ...
Big economic payback from 'most popular' World Cup SYDNEY: The cricket World Cup co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand this year was the most popular ever and generated Aus$1.1 billion (US$844 million) in economic benefits, an official analysis showed Tuesday.Fourteen teams played in the hugely successful tournament in February and March, with Australia winning a fifth world crown after beating New Zealand by seven wickets in front of a record crowd of 93,013 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.An economic impact and benefits analysis ...


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Foreign Debt $61.805bn
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