Mickey to be replaced as PCB revamps strategy emerged

With Pakistan deciding to renew¬†coach Mickey Arthur‘s contract, in all likelihood Misbah-ul-Haq would be the interim coach of the national side till a new person is selected. The contract did not get extended after Pakistan could not make the cut for the World Cup semi-finals. Not just Arthur, Pakistan has decided not to renew the contracts of batting coach Grant Flower, bowling coach Azhar Mahmood, … Continue reading Mickey to be replaced as PCB revamps strategy emerged

What if he leaves the Pakistan team?

This would be an absolute disaster as ECB is considering and approached M Arthur to join as Head Coach, on the second hand SriLanka Cricket Board has also offered him to join for a coaching role. For instance, let’s assume if he joins either of them who would make sure he won’t reveal the KPI’s of Pakistan team to anyone else. It’s obvious that he … Continue reading What if he leaves the Pakistan team?

First Semi-Final, NZ steals it from favorites

The first semi-final has just been played between India and New Zealand where you know who were the favorites. In Old Trafford fans ration was 85:15 % India: New Zealand. What a match it turned to put in the end was unexpected and exciting. It was a kind of roller coaster for fans in the Old Trafford. Fans around the world are saying its all … Continue reading First Semi-Final, NZ steals it from favorites

Number 1, Squad wrapped up with esteem in T20: amid shoddy show in ODI

So, Pakistan has become the no. 1 side in the T20Is. They suffered a 5-0 whitewash, they were 1-0 down in the T20I series and have come back in an emphatic manner to seal the series. They can now concentrate on the domestic T20 league while the Kiwis will now go to their neighboring country, Australia to play a tri-series including England. Before we leave, … Continue reading Number 1, Squad wrapped up with esteem in T20: amid shoddy show in ODI

Eight years of isolation from International Cricket ends

LAHORE: Even Pakistan’s prime minister did not believe it could happen but when Sri Lanka visit Lahore on Sunday for a T20 match, the hosts will celebrate the end of eight years of isolation from international cricket. Less than a year ago, none of this appeared possible for a nation that had largely been shunned by international teams since 2009 due to security risks. That … Continue reading Eight years of isolation from International Cricket ends