#GreenShirts: Shoaib and Sania’s party goes viral

The Pakistani cricket team decisively beat Sri Lanka in Colombo this Sunday, and latest Wimbledon champ Sania Mirza was right there to join in the celebrations!

She was in Colombo to support hubby and cricketer Shoaib Malik as he battled it out on the field.

After the Pakistan team’s win, Shoaib and Sania posted . . . → Read More: #GreenShirts: Shoaib and Sania’s party goes viral

Pakistan to face Indonesia in Davis Cup semi-finals

Pakistan face Indonesia in the semifinals of the Davis Cup Asia Oceania Group two tie at Jakarta hard courts on Tuesday (today).

Ace tennis player Aqeel Khan will be Pakistan’s main hope against Indonesia in the absence of the prolific Aisam-ul-Haq who is nursing an injured knee.

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Bangladesh beat SA to level series

Bangladesh thrashed South Africa by seven wickets in the second one-day international on Sunday to tie the three-match series at 1-1 after an inspired bowling performance saw the Proteas bundled out for 162, their lowest total against the hosts.

Teenage fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman and off-spinner Nasir Hossain picked up three wickets each as the . . . → Read More: Bangladesh beat SA to level series

Yonis Khan makes it to sixth place in Test rankings

Younus Khan and debut centurion Shan Masood’s heroics in Pakistan’s seven-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the third Test earned them significant gains in the latest ICC Test Player Rankings, which were released on Wednesday.

Veteran Younus has climbed two places to sixth in the ICC Player Rankings for Test Batsmen following his player of . . . → Read More: Yonis Khan makes it to sixth place in Test rankings

Younis guides Pakistan closer to historic victory

Shan Masood fell for 125 but Younis Khan continued from where he left off on Monday as Pakistan reached lunch on 321 for three, needing 56 more runs on the final day to clinch the final Test and the three-match series on Tuesday.

Off-spinner Tharindu Kaushal drew Masood out of his crease with flight and . . . → Read More: Younis guides Pakistan closer to historic victory

Well done Ali Zafar for helping Pakistani Squash player

Noorena Shams could not believe the fact that it was her ‘real hero’ Ali Zafar who helped her out with sponsorship, so that she could take part in the Asian Squash Tournament.

Apparently, Ali Zafar is not only a versatile, talented artist of note but he also has a big heart and tends to help . . . → Read More: Well done Ali Zafar for helping Pakistani Squash player

Yasir Shah breaks into ICC top ten

It took Pakistan leg spinner Yasir Shah just nine Test matches and a rich haul against Sri Lanka to grab the No. 9 spot in the International Cricket Council (ICC) ranking for top 10 Test bowlers.

The 29-year-old leggie, who hails from Swabi district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, has 54 wickets in his bucket at an . . . → Read More: Yasir Shah breaks into ICC top ten

Pakistani player selected to play in American Soccer

Sacramento, CA: In a first of a kind news item concerning the sport of soccer in America, Pakistan’s Kaleemullah Khan has been selected and has signed a contract to play for the Sacramento Republic FC team in California’s Capital City. In a press release dated June 18 th the team announced that “Sacramento Republic FC . . . → Read More: Pakistani player selected to play in American Soccer

Pakistan beat Sri Lanka in Galle test

Leg-spinner Yasir Shah grabbed a career-best seven for 76 as Pakistan on Sunday won the first Test match against Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in Galle.

Pakistan surpassed the 90-run target without the loss of any wicket after skittling the hosts out for 206 on the final day of the rain-hit Test match.

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Salman Butt confesses to his role in spot-fixing scandal

Pakistan’s cricket chief on Tuesday said former national team captain Salman Butt has confessed to his role in a spot-fixing scandal, potentially paving his way for a return to international cricket.

The 31-year-old was one of three players banned for a minimum of five years for their part in arranging deliberate no-balls in return for . . . → Read More: Salman Butt confesses to his role in spot-fixing scandal