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In this 1998 article, when Pakistan’s ex-Test spinner Nasim ul Ghani has been active on the cricket front in various capacities even after bidding farewell to the game, including as the head of the Selection Committee.

Development the Name of the Game by Nasim ul Ghani

In this 1998 article, when Pakistan’s ex-Test spinner Nasim ul Ghani has been active on the cricket front in various capacities even after bidding farewell to the game, including as the head of the Selection Committee. His latest assignment...
Faisalabad Test 19877-88 – England Manager Peter Lush tries to bring Shakoor Rana and Mike Gatting together, however Umpire Shakeel Khan looks on. You can also see Neil Fairbrother in the background.

The Infamous Mike Gatting and Shakoor Rana Incident

The Infamous Mike Gatting and Shakoor Rana Incident - England team arrived in the middle of October 2000 for a tour of Pakistan. It was the first since the Mike Gatting famous brawl with umpire Shakoor Rana during the...
It is indisputable that Wasim Akram is greatest left-arm fast bowler there has been. At his peak, he had the speed to trouble the best batsman in the world.

Wasim Akram – Indisputable Greatest Left-arm Fast Bowler

It is indisputable that Wasim Akram is the greatest left-arm fast bowler there has been. At his peak, there was no question that he had the speed to trouble the best batsman in the world. But he also used...

Qasim Umer – The Talented Crowd Pleaser

A very strange case of Qasim Umer by Pete Hook assesses Pakistan's chances of success in England in 1987. The Pakistanis deserve every success they get because not only do they have to defeat their opponents, but they also...
Javed Burki right-handed batsman & occasional right-arm medium-pace bowler captained in five Test matches (four lost, one drawn) on the 1962 tour of England

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, one drawn) on the 1962 tour of England. When aged only 24 and with an...
India vs Pakistan Test Series 1960-61

India vs Pakistan Test Series 1960-61

India vs Pakistan Test Series 1960-61 - Pakistan who won the toss and batted first in four of the five drawn Tests scored 2,481 runs for 68 wickets in 1,101.5 over’s at the rate of 2.25 runs per over....
Nazar Muhammad was perhaps, the most outstanding opening batsman among those who served Pakistan in the country’s early days in Test cricket.

Nazar Muhammad – Pakistan First Test Centurion

Nazar Muhammad was perhaps, the most outstanding opening batsman among those who served Pakistan in the country’s early days in Test cricket. Unfortunately, his playing career ended in 1953. When he was only 31 years old after he broke...
Aamer Malik was one-time Pakistan opening batsman, useful right-arm fast-medium bowler, and valuable emergency wicketkeeper.

Aamer Malik – A Batsman, Bowler and Wicket Keeper

Aamer Malik was a one-time Pakistan opening batsman, useful right-arm fast-medium bowler, and valuable emergency wicketkeeper. The Mandi Bahauddin product Aamer Malik was born on January 3, 1963. Aamer played his last domestic first-class season in 2001-02. He has apparently...
Aamer Nazir was the odd man out in the 14-member Pakistan cricket party that toured the West Indies during the period from March to May in the year 1993.

Aamer Nazir – Came Like a Bolt From the Blue – Then He Was...

Aamer Nazir was the odd man out in the 14-member Pakistan cricket party that toured the West Indies during the period from March to May in the year 1993. The then 22-year-old youngster's selection in the national team came...
aleem Yousaf was one of bravest and gutsiest cricketers to have played for country, carrying on dauntless even after suffering one injury after another.

Saleem Yousaf – The Bravest Pakistani Wicket Keeper

A character and courage' were the two words that epitomized Saleem Yousuf's international cricket career for Pakistan. He was surely one of the bravest and gutsiest cricketers to have played for the country, carrying on dauntless even after suffering...

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