Pakistan played with a perfect combination against England: Wasim Akram

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NOTTINGHAM: Former captain and Swing Ka Sultan Wasim Akram has termed Pakistan’s epic win against England in World Cup match as “best birthday gift ever” for him. Pakistan defended 348 to beat England by 14 runs in World Cup game at Trent Bridge on Monday, the day when the former captain and one of the greatest fast bowler celebrated his 53rd birthday. Talking to Geo’s segment “Swing Ka Sultan” the fast bowler said that this victory was much needed and it will give team Pakistan the confidence they wanted for long. “I…

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Kohli bows out with India undefeated in New Zealand

  WELLINGTON: Virat Kohli bowed out of the New Zealand tour with India in an unbeatable position after they won the third one-day international by seven wickets in Mount Maunganui on Monday. With India up 3-0, world player of the year Kohli is to be rested for the remaining two matches and the following Twenty20 series. Kohli’s 60 off 74 deliveries and a 113-run partnership with Robit Sharma saw India chase down their 244-run target with seven overs to spare. It gave the tourists back-to-back series wins against Australia and New…

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LMS with collaboration of Sportfever360 launched First Cricket League in Islamabad

  Last Man Stands (LMS) originated back in 2005 with a few players only, but with a passage of time, it has become a widest amateur cricket league in the world. LMS unites together like minded individuals from all walks of life, countries, religions, and races, to enjoy this wonderful format of cricket. Last Man Stands offer a support system of training, technology and development. Through this unique initiative, young and talented players are groomed and provided with unlimited exposure. LMS is affiliated with English Cricket Board (ECB) and has…

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PSL-style hockey league to have six teams

The first-ever Pakistan Hockey Super League is ready to take place next year with six participating teams, according to media reports. Karachi Karare, Lahori Ustad, Peshawar Dilawar, Multan Sufiyan and Quetta Defenders are five names revealed till now while the sixth team will be that of Islamabad which is yet to be named. The league will host local and foreign players including stars from Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, France and Argentina. The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) aims to attract at least three to four foreign players for each participating side…

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