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Aaqib Javed made his first-class debut for Lahore in 1985 at the age of only 12, 76 days. In under-19 competitions, he was a star bowler.

Aaqib Javed – Formidable Support Bowler of 1990’s

Aaqib Javed turned only 29 when he finds himself in a new role of a selector in the panel that picks Pakistan’s senior national squads! Although his first-class cricket career wasn’t over, the Sheikhupura-born right-arm fast-medium bowler played his...
Mohsin Kamal

Mohsin Kamal – Right Handed Medium Fast Bowler

Mohsin Kamal was a former Pakistani right-arm medium-fast bowler. Who was born on June 16, 1963, in Faisalabad, Punjab? He played 9 Tests and 19 ODI's from 1984 to 1994. Mohsin Kamal made his Test debut against England at...
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Aamer Hameed – Former Right Arm Medium Fast Bowler

Right-arm medium fast bowler Aamer Hameed was born on October 18, 1954, at Lahore. He didn’t play Test cricket for Pakistan. Aamer Hameed participated in two ODI’s 1977-78. Though he could not have a chance to bat, but manage...
Wasim and Waqar working in tandem will remain one great picture to cherish.

Wasim and Waqar – One Great Picture to Cherish

Wasim Akram scaling one peak after another in the field of cricket, with mate Waqar Younis giving him company in what is believed to be the final phase of their wonderful careers. The fast bowlers' hunt in pairs is...
Pakistan left-arm spinner Shakeel Ahmad is born on February 12, 1966, in Kuwait City.

Shakeel Ahmad – Left Arm Orthodox Spinner

Pakistan left-arm spinner Shakeel Ahmad is born on February 12, 1966, in Kuwait City.  The former Pakistan cricketer played one Test match against Australia at Karachi in 1998. He has round-arm delivery action taken 365 wickets in 109 first-class...
Taslim Arif was born on 1 May 1954. He was a Pakistani cricketer who played in 6 Tests and 2 ODIs in 1980.

Taslim Arif – Paksitani Wicket Keeper 1954-2008

Taslim Arif was born on 1 May 1954. He was a Pakistani cricketer who played in 6 Tests and 2 ODIs in 1980. His marathon seven hours inning of 210* against Australia at Faisalabad stood for more than 20...
Salim Malik 101 Runs vs India at Sharjah - In the 3rd Match of Champions Trophy on 19 October 1988, Malik scored a brilliant hundred with 5 fours and one six.

Salim Malik 101 Runs vs India at Sharjah in 1988

Salim Malik 101 Runs vs India at Sharjah in 1988 - In the 3rd Match of Champions Trophy on 19 October 1988, Pakistani Middle Order Batsman Salim Malik scored a brilliant hundred 101 off 124 Balls including 5 fours...

Can You Recognized These Pakistani Cricketers?

Pakistan has produced so many great cricketers in the last 65 years or so. Some of them earned great respect from the public and some of them went into the dark after playing a few matches. As a human...
Mushtaq Mohammad gets in a mess here against Ray Illingworth at Headingley and the lbw appeal of Illy, Alan Knott and Colin Cowdrey in 1970 - Copy

Mushtaq Muhammad – A Born Great Cricketer

The term born cricketer when applied to Mushtaq Muhammad attains a new dimension. He was born into a cricketing family. A renowned cricketing family which has produced four Test cricketers. For ‘Mush’, as he is popularly known, family and...
Zulqarnain played in three Test matches and 16 One-day Internationals for Pakistan in the latter half of the 1980s.

Zulqarnain – Efficient and Quick Wicket Keeper

Zulqarnain played in three Test matches and 16 One-day Internationals for Pakistan in the latter half of the 1980s. He might have appeared in more matches at this level had he been a more prolific run-making batsman and also...

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Ray Lindwall – Australian Premier Fast Bowler 1946–60

Australian Ray Lindwall raised the standard for fast bowlers in the ten years after the Second World War. Ray Lindwall represented Australia in 61...

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