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Tag Archives: Azhar Ali

Unpredictable Pakistan crush Unbeatable England to reach final

Hasan Ali had Jonny Bairstow caught at deep square leg, England v Pakistan, Champions Trophy, 1st semi-final, Cardiff, June 14, 2017 Pakistan made history on Wednesday after they qualified for the final of the Champions Trophy for the first time in history, beating hosts England in the semifinal at Cardiff. ...

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Pakistan all out for 376 on second day against Windies

Misbah-ul-Haq walks out to a guard of honour DOMINICA: Pakistan opener Azhar Ali made his second century of the series as they batted into a strong position on the second day of the third test against West Indies in Dominica. Azhar laboriously ground out a patient 127 in a marathon ...

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Windies respond after Ali ton, Misbah bowled out for 99

BRIDGETOWN: Misbah-ul-Haq missed a Test century by one run for the second consecutive match but Azhar Ali completed three figures as Pakistan took a first inning lead of 81, totalling 393 in reply to the West Indies 312 on the third day of the second Test at Kensington Oval in ...

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Sarfraz steps in, Azhar steps down as ODI captain

LAHORE: Azhar Ali has stepped down as Pakistan’s One-day International (ODI) cricket team captain and Sarfraz Ahmad will now take over as ODI captain. Azhar took this decision after a meeting with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan in Dubai. “Azhar met me Thursday and offered to step down ...

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Azhar Ali’s captaincy to be reviewed post Australia tour: PCB

SYDNEY: The chairman of the PCB has said that the captaincy of the national one-day team skipper Azhar Ali will be reviewed after the Australian tour. “Once the Australian tour is over we will review the captaincy issue and take a decision on it,” Shaharyar Khan said. “I don’t want ...

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Yasir Shah suffers hamstring strain

SYDNEY: Yasir Shah’s difficult tour of Australia continued on the second day of the final Test in Sydney when he picked up a low-grade hamstring strain in his left leg. Yasir struggled through the warm-ups in the morning. He did come out to field, though his movements were limited and ...

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Boxing Day Test: Lyon rocks Pakistan in last-day tussle

Younis Khan drives off the back foot, Australia v Pakistan, 2nd Test, 5th day, Melbourne, December 30, 2016 MELBOURNE: A trio of wickets to Nathan Lyon gave Australia a glimmer of hope for victory over a bedraggled Pakistan as the Boxing Day Test veered into the home stretch on day ...

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Smith century gives Australia narrow lead over Pakistan

MELBOURNE: Skipper Steve Smith scored his 17th Test century to give Australia a 22-run lead over Pakistan as rain again disrupted play in the second Test in Melbourne on Thursday. Smith reached his fourth Test hundred of the year before a storm lashed the Melbourne Cricket Ground just before tea ...

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Warner’s whirlwind ton leads Aussie fightback

MELBOURNE: Azhar Ali carved out an unbeaten double-century to set Pakistan up for a first innings declaration at 443-9 but a belligerent David Warner had Australia charging out of the blocks in response on day three of the second test on Wednesday. Opener Warner fired a rapid 144 before Wahab Riaz ...

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