Previously Pakistan’s ODI and T20I skipper, Sarfraz Ahmed will now lead his national team in all three formats of the game
Cricket is defined by its quirks and oddities, but there is surely no more mercurial phenomenon in the sport than Pakistan’s national cricket team.
The title win is great for Pakistan, their players and countrymen, says Graeme Smith in his exclusive column, after Pakistan decimated arch-rivals India
Pakistan has secured number sixth position in the ICC ODI team rankings following their historic Champions Trophy 2017 triumph at The Oval
Sarfraz Ahmed gave credit to the team management for their efforts, youngsters for their performances and hoped that the victory will be remembered for years
While admitting that his team fell short in all aspects of the game, Virat Kohli was mature enough to give credit to Pakistan for putting up a dominant show
Pakistan decimated arch-rivals India in the final of the Champions Trophy 2017 at The Oval to claim their first major ICC ODI tournament title in 25 years
An Indo-Pak final is about as big an occasion as the ICC could have hoped for, but few would have foreseen Pakistan going the distance in the tournament
Virat Kohli described Pakistan resurgence as magnificent and said his team would approach the much-anticipated finale just like any other game
Sarfraz said it would be a boost to have Amir fully-fit before Sunday’s final and that they way youngers are performing is good for the country’s cricket future.
A smashing eight-wicket victory in Cardiff with nearly 13 overs to spare over England has put Pakistan into the final of the Champions Trophy
Sarfraz Ahmed has made it clear that his team will try to play “positive” cricket against England and repeat their last year’s Cardiff victory
Sarfraz Ahmed and Mohammad Amir’s record-breaking stand of 75 has sent Pakistan through to the semi-finals of the ICC Champions Trophy
Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur has said that he still believes that his team were “intimidated” by India before the much-anticipated clash
At a charity event hosted by current India captain Virat Kohli, India’s wicketkeeper MS Dhoni has revealed a surprising pick as the hardest bowler he’s ever faced