Friday, 21 September 2018

Tag Archives: Sir Vivian Richards

Fakhar becomes fastest batsman to get to 1000 ODI runs

HARARE: Pakistan hard-hitting left-handed opener Fakhar Zaman broke another record as he became the fastest batsman to get to 1000 ODI runs, reaching the milestone in just 18 innings. Zaman needed 20 runs to break this record-earlier held by Sir Vivian Richards- in the fifth One Day International (ODI) against Zimbabwe. Kevin ...

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Sir Vivian Richards becomes permanent member of Quetta Gladiators

JAMICA: Refuting the rumors of Sir Vivian Richards leaving Pakistan Super League’s (PSL) franchise Quetta Gladiators, the authorities have announced that the former West Indies captain has become lifetime member of the team. Earlier, the news of making Kevin Peterson as Quetta Gladiators’ new mentor was taking round on the ...

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Chairman PCB: Misbah better captain than Imran Khan

KINGSTON: Pakistan’s Test skipper Misbah-ul-Haq will play his last international match against the West Indies on May 10. As Misbah steps into the sunset, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shahryar Khan has paid the skipper the compliment to beat all compliments. Appearing before the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Inter-Provincial ...

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PSL finalists to have 4 foreign players each: Najam Sethi

DUBAI: Both the teams playing in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) final will have four foreign players each, PSL chairman Najam Sethi announced on social media.“I can confirm that each finalist team will field four foreign players from pool of platinum, diamond and gold players who have agreed,” he posted ...

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Holding PSL final in Lahore to be great thing: Sir Vivian Richards

SHARIAH: Former West Indies’ great and Quetta Gladiators’ mentor, Sir Vivian Richards believes that holding PSL final in Lahore would be a very positive step for Pakistan cricket as it will boost up the interest for the sport there. “Holding the final in Lahore would be a great thing for ...

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