• Thu, Jun 20, 2019
  • India intimidate Pakistan, says Waqar Younis India intimidate Pakistan, says Waqar Younis

    Updated On: Jun, 18, 201903:32 PM

    India extended their unblemished World Cup record against their South Asian neighbour to 7-0, Virat Kohli’s men securing an 89-run win via the Duckworth-Lewis method in a stop-start match at...

  • Please don't use bad words: Amir, Malik urge some restraint in criticism Please don't use bad words: Amir, Malik urge some restraint in criticism

    Pakistani players have been ridiculed on social media and lambasted by former cricketers after the 89-run defeat to India in the marquee World Cup clash here on Sunday.

  • Dream delivery dismissed Babar: Kuldeep Dream delivery dismissed Babar: Kuldeep

    Left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav, who triggered Pakistan’s downfall when he broke the vital second wicket partnership between Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman, was delighted when he bowled Babar Azam with a...

  • Former cricketers slam Pakistan for ‘going down without fight’ against India Former cricketers slam Pakistan for ‘going down without fight’ against India

    Former skipper Wasim Akram led Pakistan’s cricket community in lambasting the team for “going down without a fight” against arch-rival India in the ongoing World Cup in England.

  • Pakistan lacked imagination: Tendulkar Pakistan lacked imagination: Tendulkar

    Sachin Tendulkar feels Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed was a “confused” man and that his team lacked “imagination” during its loss in Manchester on Sunday.

  • Shoaib Akhtar slams Sarfaraz’s shoddy captaincy Shoaib Akhtar slams Sarfaraz’s shoddy captaincy

    Former pacer Shoaib Akhtar has slammed Sarfaraz Ahmed’s ‘brainless captaincy’ after Pakistan’s humiliating 89-run loss to India in the World Cup.

  • We are plotting upsets, says Naib We are plotting upsets, says Naib

    Afghanistan may have looked largely at sea in the World Cup but it can still pull off upsets, skipper Gulbadin Naib said ahead of the clash against England.

  • Host England looks to inch closer to semi-finals Host England looks to inch closer to semi-finals

    Struck by a series of injury setbacks, England will look to get the combination right when it takes on Afghanistan, in its bid to get closer to a World Cup semi-final berth, here on Tuesday.

  • Morgan hopes to be fit for Afghanistan clash Morgan hopes to be fit for Afghanistan clash

    England captain Eoin Morgan is bullish about overcoming a back spasm and playing against Afghanistan on Tuesday.

  • Qatar makes thrilling comeback Qatar makes thrilling comeback

    Qatar fought its way back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Paraguay in its first-ever Copa America game on Sunday.