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Younis exclusion from Asia Cup management's decision: Misbah ISLAMABAD: Pakistan captain Misbah ul Haq considers batsman Younis Khan was an asset to the team and said that his exclusion from the Asia Cup squad was a decision taken by the management.Misbah said as far as Younis Khan's exclusion from the Asia Cup squad is concerned, there are a few things to consider. "This is a decision taken by the management keeping in mind the overall balance of the squad. In recent times, we feel that we have had a settled batting order. Mohammad Hafeez has been playing well at number 3 position and then you also have Sohaib Maqsood doing well at 4. Also, we have Ahmed Shehzad playing superbly as an opener and Sharjeel Khan who has come in recently," he told who was appointed Pakistan Test captain in October 2010 and took over the one-day captaincy seven months later, said our objective was to continue ...

Pakistan firm favorites to retain Cricket Asia Cup crown: Bari KARACHI: Former captain Wasim Bari Monday rated Pakistan's chances as very bright to retain their crown in Cricket Asia Cup mainly because of great variety in bowling and suitable conditions."Pakistan got well balanced combination in all areas of the game and thats make them firm favorites for the crown," he told APP in an interview ahead of their opening game against Sri Lanka at Fataullah on Tuesday."Pakistan team have performed well in sub-continent conditions and ...
Australia set target of 448 PORT ELIZABETH: Australia were set a target of 448 to win when South Africa declared their second innings on the fourth morning of the second Test at St George's Park on Sunday.Australia were 31 for no wicket at lunch.Hashim Amla completed his 21st Test century - and his fifth against Australia - and finished on 127 not out when captain Graeme Smith declared at 270 for five.South Africa added 78 runs in 17 overs on ...
India, Pakistan set for Asia Cup face-off DHAKA: India and Pakistan get a rare chance to score brownie points when they renew their intense, but intermittent, cricket rivalry in the Asia Cup one-day tournament which opens in Bangladesh on Tuesday.On-field contests featuring the traditional foes, which attract millions of viewers around the cricket world, have fallen victim to political stand-offs between the two warring neighbours.Since the World Cup semi-final in 2011, India and Pakistan have played just five one-day internationals and three ...
ICC Under-19 World Cup: Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 121 runs KARACHI: Pakistan beat Sri Lanka in quarter final match by 121 runs. Sri Lanka Under-19s team scored 158 runs in 42.3 runs. PARP Perera and S Samarawickrama were the top scorer by making 68 runs and 51 runs respectively. No other Sri Lankan player got in to double digit. Earlier, Pakistan scored 279 runs in 50 overs by losing nine wickets. In another quarter final match, England beat India by three wickets. India scored 221 ...
Bangladesh v Sri Lanka one-day scoreboard DHAKA: First-innings scoreboard in the third and final one-day international between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in Dhaka on Saturday:Bangladesh:Anamul Haque c Chandimal b Prasad 2Shamsur Rahman c A. Perera b Prasad 25 Mominul Haque run out 60Mushfiqur Rahim c Senanayake b Prasad 30 Naeem Islam c Prasad b Senanayake 32 Nasir Hossain c Priyanjan b Lakmal 38Mohammad Mahmudullah c Thirimanne b Lakmal 5Sohag Gazi b T. Perera 23Shafiul Islam not out 15Arafat Sunny not out ...
Sri Lanka keep Bangladesh down to 240-8 DHAKA: Seamer Dhammika Prasad claimed three wickets in his first match of the series as new-look Sri Lanka restricted Bangladesh to 240-8 in the third and final one-day international in Dhaka on Saturday.New-ball partner Suranga Lakmal finished with two for 24 in 10 overs after Sri Lanka, enjoying an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series, won the toss and elected to field at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium.Mominul Haque top-scored with a run-a-ball 60, while valuable contributions ...


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