Shaheen Afridi’s six wicket haul ensured victory for Hampshire

Shaheen Afridi’s six wicket haul ensured victory for Hampshire

Pakistan pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi on Sunday ensured victory for Hampshire after taking four wickets in four consecutive balls during the T20 Vitality Blast match against Middlesex in Southampton. The 20-year-old is only the seventh player to take four wickets in four balls in a T20, according to ESPN Cricinfo....

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Biden contradicts Trump’s statement that Covid-19 vaccine is ‘weeks away’

Biden contradicts Trump’s statement that Covid-19 vaccine is ‘weeks away’

President Donald Trump ‘s assertion that a coronavirus vaccine may be only weeks away was bluntly refuted by US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, telling Americans they should not believe the word of the president. “The idea that there’s going to be a vaccine and everything’s gonna be fine tomorrow...

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PCB signs 3-year broadcasting deal with PTV

PCB signs 3-year broadcasting deal with PTV

Prime Minister Imran Khan reiterated on Wednesday that the revamped domestic cricket structure will help produce high quality talent in the country that will excel internationally to take Pakistan cricket to high heights. He also approved the latest satellite transmission contract between PTV Sports and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) which was signed...

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Professor suggests Babar Azam should bat in the middle-order

Professor suggests Babar Azam should bat in the middle-order

The veteran all-rounder of Pakistan, Mohammad Hafeez, reckons prolific batsman and limited-over skipper Babar Azam should be batting in the middle order to try different things. Hafeez, who was also appointed captain of the Pakistan T20 team back in May 2012, expressed his view that the star batsman should bat...

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Chairman and CEO PCB to meet premiere

Chairman and CEO PCB to meet premiere

Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Ehsan Mani and CEO Wasim Khan will meet with Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday to brief him on all recent cricketing concerns and will also seek his approval on Pakistan Television’s PCB latest broadcast deal. Sources claimed PCB’s top officials prepared an innovative broadcast deal...

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PCB to spend Rs15 million on Covid-19 testing

PCB to spend Rs15 million on Covid-19 testing

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will spend around Rs15 million on the Covid-19 testing of players, support personnel and match officials during the 2020-21 domestic season starting with the National T20 Cup on Sept. 30 with first-round matches in Multan and second-round games in Rawalpindi from Oct. 9 to 18....

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Pakistan’s Best Wins Against India

Pakistan’s Best Wins Against India

Pakistan and India have a long history of being strong rivals against each other. They have played a total of 199 times against each other. Pakistan has come on top a total of 86 times while India has come on top a total of 70 times. They have had a...

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Players need not to quit departments to get into PCB contracts

Players need not to quit departments to get into PCB contracts

On Sunday, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) reiterated that domestic players are not supposed to resign from their parent departments to acquire domestic season 2020-21 contracts starting from the National T20 Cup on Sept. 30. “The PCB is neither asking the players to resign nor to cancel existing contracts with...

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PCB reaches Shoaib Akhtar for the position of chief selector

PCB reaches Shoaib Akhtar for the position of chief selector

The Pakistan Cricket Board has plans to withdraw head coach Misbah ul Haq from the position of chief selector and Akhtar is proposed for the position. It was disclosed by the pacer himself that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has approached him for a major role, believed to be the...

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Djokovic excluded from US Open after accidental hit of line judge

Djokovic excluded from US Open after accidental hit of line judge

Novak Djokovic was unexpectedly disqualified from the US Open on Sunday after striking a female line judge with a ball in frustration during his last-16 match, sending shock waves through the tournament. World number one apologized for hitting the ball in frustration after losing his serving to go down 6-5...

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