• Speed Master, Tait retires from all formats of Cricket

    Speed Master, Tait retires from all formats of Cricket0

    Explosive fast bowler of Australia, Shaun Tait has retired from all formats of Cricket. He announced his retirement on Monday and by that he has ended his 15-year long cricket career at competitive level. 34-years-old fast bowler’s last match was for Hobart Hurricanes against the Sydney Thunder in the 2016-17 Big Bash League. Tait’s last

  • Newbie Shadab floors West Indies

    Newbie Shadab floors West Indies0

    West Indies 111/8 (Brathwaite 34*, Shadab 3-7) Pakistan 115/4 (Malik 38*, Azam 29, Holder 2-27) Man of the Match: Shadab Khan (Pakistan) Pakistan won the match by six wickets. Shadab Khan produced an outstanding debut performance as Pakistan completed a comfortable six-wicket victory over West Indies in the first game of a four-match Twenty20 International series

  • BCB rejects PCB’s offer to visit Pakistan

    BCB rejects PCB’s offer to visit Pakistan0

    Few days back, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has invited Bangladesh to play two T20s matches in Lahore. But Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has already rejected this proposal. According to the PCB chairman Shahryar Khan’s statement it has been noted that PCB offered BCB to play two T20 matches in the middle of 2017 in Lahore. However, a BCB