Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Jeffery Dujon

The Pakistan cricket team performed well throughout the 1950s after getting international Test status in 1952. Here are three of that team’s players in 1954 AH Kardar, Fazal Mahmood and Imtiaz Ahmad.

Pakistan vs New Zealand - December 1976

A photograph of Javed Burki & Hanif Mohammad walking out to bat during the Pakistan Eaglets' tour of England in 1957.

English cricketer Paul Nixon enjoying a cup of Kahwa in Peshawar, 2000

Pak team in WI 1977.Wasim Raja,Taslim Arif,Mudassar,Haroon Rasheed,Imran,Sarfraz Nawaz,Asif Masood,Zaheer Abbas,J.Miandad,Sadiq,Iqbal Qasim,Salim Altaf,Wasim Bari,Asif Iqbal,Mushtaq,Majid,Intikhab Alam

Javed Miandad, smashes the stumps after being given out LBW in a test match against India (1979).

Younis Khan wants to be the first Pakistani to score 10,000 Test runs saying he desires to be a role model for the nation.

Wasim Akram said pacer Muhammad Amir can become a world class fast-bowler as he has age on his side and a bright future ahead of him.

Monday, August 24, 2015

In 2005, Shane Warne became the first bowler to take 600 Test wickets, when he dismissed Marcus Trescothick for 63.

Sachin Tendulkar match-saving maiden Test hundred against England in 1990

A little over two decades later, he became the first person to score 100 international tons


I have had an amazing couple of years playing for Australia and enjoyed it, but everything comes to an end."

hings don't go much wrong for South Africa when Hashim Amla is on song.

The silky opener made his 21st ODI hundred as the hosts finished with 304.

Final Good Bye

Emotions were running high at the P Sara Oval in Colombo as Kumar Sangakkara walked off the field for one final time in national colors.Ravichandran Ashwin not only became the only bowler to dismiss him in four consecutive innings, but also put India on top.

A Great Farewell to Kumar Sangakkara

To Virat and the Indian team, thank you for everything, your kindness and all the words. I can't ask for anything more than tough cricket when I am leaving. You guys over the years, have been our toughest opponents.


A mammoth 278-run victory to level the series against Sri Lanka ended Virat Kohli's barren run as India Test skipper. Obviously delighted with the win, Kohli was lavish in his praise for his team-mates: