Sarfraz downplays controversy over T20 exclusion

KARACHI: Pakistan’s wicketkeeper-batsman Sarfraz Ahmed has downplayed the controversy surrounding his surprise exclusion from the two Twenty20 Internationals the country played against Sri Lanka, according to local media authorities. “I am just


Man U’s new women’s kit labelled ‘sexist’

Manchester United kit maker Adidas has been forced to defend its controversial new shirt designed specifically for female fans of the Premier League club, reportedly. Adidas unveiled the first United kit of

Resurgent Zimbabwe seek series win

Resurgent Zimbabwe seek series win

Zimbabwe’s rollicking chase in Sunday’s first ODI was the ideal start to the series. It heaped pressure on the favourites, New Zealand, and showed that the gap between the two sides, particularly

Wet outfield forces early end to match

Wet outfield forces early end to match

Bangladesh 246 for 8 (Mushfiqur 65, Steyn 3-30, Duminy 3-27) drew with South Africa The rain was not even there but it had the last say in this series. The final day


SA losing points seems strange: Amla

Hashim Amla has said that it was “a difficult one to understand” why South Africa lost points in the ICC rankings after most of their Test series against Bangladesh was washed out.


Anwar to be rewarded for performance in SL

KARACHI: While congratulating Pakistan for completing a treble on their triumphant tour of Sri Lanka which ended on Saturday with a sensational one-wicket in the final T20 International, prominent cricket organiser Nadeem


Hat-trick by Leach on first three balls of match

LONDON: Worcestershire bowler Joe Leach claimed a hat-trick with the first three balls of his side’s Royal London One-day Cup match against Northamptonshire on Sunday. Leach had Richard Levi and Rob Keogh