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2013 – A Year in Review

January 1: Pakistan Cricket Team is in India for a mini-tour, locking horns for a bilateral series after nearly 5 years. …

‘Nightmares of Pakistan Batsmen’

‘Dale Steyn vs. Mohammed Hafeez’ has created a lot of buzz recently. The youth around the world, especially in Pakistan, has …

‘The Next Generation XI’

Junaid Khan has been a terrific find and can serve Pakistan on long term basis.

Brisbane century was best of my career: Kamran Akmal

Pakistan wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal talks about his plans for comeback, the upcoming domestic season, best innings of his career, the centuries at Brisbane and Karachi, the best captain he played under and his recent experience of playing the EAPL

Not really an upset

Pakistan and West Indies are arguably the two teams who enter every game with frills of vulnerability attached to them. No matter how good form they are in, how good their recent record is or how bad the opposition is, they aren’t short of ways to lose.

Shoaib Malik equals Zulfiqar Babar World Record

Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik, who is playing the on going Caribbean Premier League for Barbados Tridents, equaled World Record of bowling most economical four-over spell in Twenty20 Cricket.

Pakistan to start WC 2015 campaign against India

The four venues for the Quarter Finals are Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Wellington. The Semi Finals will be played at Sydney and Auckland, same as World Cup 1992.

Shahid Afridi writes history with 400 Sixes

Shahid Afridi became world’s first batsman to hit 400 Sixes in International Cricket (Test, ODI and Twenty20I included). He needed two sixes to reach the milestone at start of the match and the first ball he faced was whacked for six.

Pakistan players’ marks out of ten

Criclens reviews performances of Pakistan players in the West Indies ODI series. Of the 16 members in the squad, 13 played at least two matches. Misbah-ul-Haq tops our marks sheet.

Time to have decision on Mohammad Hafeez

In 2013, Hafeez hasn’t performed up to his potential. Mere 333 runs with the bat and had taken only 10 wickets in 14 matches. Out of these 333 runs 142 were scored against weak Scotland and Ireland bowling attacks.