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Former Pakistan leg spinner Ali Hussain Rizvi was born in Karachi on January 6, 1974. His solitary Test appearance was marred by gloom from monsoon rains.

Ali Hussain Rizvi – Forgotten Solitary Test Player

Former Pakistan leg spinner Ali Hussain Rizvi was born in Karachi on January 6, 1974. His solitary Test appearance was marred by gloom from monsoon rains. Ali Hussain Rizvi earned his solitary Test match cap for Pakistan on sheer...
A right-hand batsman and Right-hand medium-fast bowler is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in one Test match and 10 ODIs from 1989 to 1993.

Shahid Saeed – A Mini All-Rounder with Modest Success

Pakistani allrounder Shahid Saeed was born on January 6, 1966, in Lahore, Punjab. A right-hand batsman and Right-hand medium-fast bowler is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in one Test match and 10 ODIs from 1989 to 1993. Shahid...
Muhammad Ibrahim Ghazali Cricketer

Muhammad Ebrahim Ghazali – Famous for Fastest Pair in Test Match History

Pakistan Cricketer Muhammad Ebrahim Ghazali has known simply as Muhammad Ghazali or by his nickname “Ibbu”. He played in his only two test matches against England on the famous tour of 1954. A dubious distinction that he achieved during...
Shahid Anwar Cricketer Batsman

Shahid Anwar – Right Hand Opening Batsman

Born Former Pakistani cricketer Shahid Anwar was born on 5 July 1968 in Multan, Pakistan. ODI Debut In 1996, Shahid Anwar was selected for the Pakistan tour of England. In the third ODI at Nottingham, he made his ODI debut and scored...
Niaz Ahmad Cricketer

Niaz Ahmad – Only East Pakistan’s Test Player

Niaz Ahmed Siddiqi, born in Benares (now Varanasi) in the United Province of Uttar Pradesh, India on Nov 11, 1945.  He made his first-class debut in a Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Championship match for Dacca against Karachi Whites. Niaz's took 3...

Historical Moments of Bangalore Test Match 1987

This is a picture with historic significance in the history of Pakistan Cricket. You can recall the glorious moment when wicketkeeper Saleem Yousuf scooped up the ball coming off the bat of Maninder Singh, giving Iqbal Qasim yet another...
Pakistan vs India Test Series 1978-79

Magnificent Moments of Pakistan vs India Test Series 1978-79

In this memorable picture, you can see Sunil Gavaskar is out caught cheaply for five, by Majid Khan in the first slip-off fast-medium bowler Saleem Altaf Pakistan vs India Test Series 1978-79. This was the second Test match between...

Sarfraz Nawaz Magician’s Act

At 4:30 pm on the 5th and last day of the Test Match vs Australia at MCG, with seven wickets in hand and only 77 runs required for victory. It seems a very easy task without any hassle. But...

Abdul Qadir – The Leg Spin Magician

The art, described it: “He bowls and bowls again." Abdul Qadir has a special place in the leg-spin hall of fame for a variety of reasons. He’s not the least being that he virtually revived a dying art. Abdul...
Pakistan vs Australia 1987 World Cup Semi Final

Cricket Glorious Moments with Historic Significance

Cricket Glorious Moments with Historic Significance when on a fateful November day in the year 1987. The Pakistan team returns to the pavilion after the Australian innings come to a close at Lahore's Gaddafi stadium. The occasion was the...

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Javed Burki – Pakistan Middle Order Batsman of 1960’s

Javed Burki, a right-handed upper middle-order batsman, and occasional right-arm medium-pace bowler. He captained the Pakistan cricket team in five Test matches (four lost,...

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