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Nov 242017
 
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Jan 132017
 
Pakistan strike as Australia top-order collapses in first ODI

BRISBANE: Pakistan bowling attack tore through Australia top-order to land the hosts in early trouble in the ODI opener at the Gabba on Friday. Pacer Mohammad Amir dismissed David Warner for 7 and captain Steve Smith for a golden duck off successive deliveries. Hasan Ali claimed wicket of Big Bash batting sensation Chris Lynn, who made his ODI debut today along with pacer Billy Stanlake. All-rounder Imad Wasim trapped opener Travis Head and Mitchell Marsh behind wickets, reducing the hosts to 78 for five. Australia earlier won the toss and chose to bat on a seemingly batting-friendly pitch. Travis Head moved up to open alongside David Warner instead of Aaron Finch, who was not picked. Glenn Maxwell has also returned to the XI. Shoaib Malik missed out on selection, with Pakistan counting on Imad Wasim, Mohammad Nawaz and Mohammad Hafeez. Junaid Khan missed out as well. SquadPakistan: Azhar Ali (capt), Sharjeel Khan, Mohammad Hafeez, Babar Azam, Umar Akmal, Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Imad Wasim, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Amir, Wahab Riaz, Hasan Ali. Australia: David Warner, Travis Head, Steven Smith (capt), Chris Lynn, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Matthew Wade (wk), James Faulkner, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Billy Stanlake. Click for detailed story

Dec 192016
 
Pakistan got too close for comfort: Smith

BRISBANE: Captain Steve Smith admitted Pakistan got too close for comfort to an incredible record-breaking victory before Australia finally wrapped up the first Test at the Gabba on Monday. Pakistan, faced with a massive 490 runs to win the day-night Test, went down by just 39 on the back of man-of-the-match Asad Shafiq´s magnificent fighting 137 batting with the tail. Until Shafiq was undone by a rising Mitchell Starc delivery, Pakistan looked to have every chance of shattering the record for the highest fourth innnings run chase to win a Test — the 418 for 7 made by the West Indies against Australia in Antigua in 2003. Smith became a fraught captain trying to think of ways to stop the Pakistani juggernaut from claiming a stupendous win against the odds after trailing Australia by 287 runs on the first innings. “Probably with about 60-odd runs to go I started getting a little bit nervous, hoping that one of our world-class fast bowlers would be able to step up and get us that breakthrough,” Smith said. “Thankfully, Mitchell Starc was the one to do it today. Things got a little bit close for my liking. “But you always have to keep the faith and try and keep the guys in good positive spirits and know that when you´re eight down you are really one wicket away from closing the game out.” For much of Monday´s extended opening session Pakistan, who began with just two wickets left and 108 runs needed, looked [Read More…]

Dec 192016
 
Australia unchanged for second Pakistan Test

BRISBANE: Australia named an unchanged 12-man squad Monday for the Boxing Day Test after their Gabba fright against Pakistan. The Australians, who prevailed by 39 runs over the tourists in a final-day thriller in Brisbane, kept paceman Chadd Sayers in their squad for the second of the three-Test series at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Selectors said experienced batsman Shaun Marsh was not considered for the Melbourne Test as he recovers from a finger injury. “He will be assessed by a specialist this week and will hopefully be given the all clear to return to unrestricted training,” interim chairman of selectors Trevor Hohns said. He said selectors will assess the players over the next 24 hours and may yet call for reinforcements if required. “We have the option to add to the squad depending on how the bowling unit pulls up after getting through a lot of overs in Brisbane,” Hohns said. He added: “These players have performed extremely well in earning back-to-back Test victories against South Africa and Pakistan and deserve the opportunity to stay together as a group to continue their development.” Hohns said the squad had been selected only for the Melbourne Test and would be assessed for the final Sydney Test, starting on January 3. Australia: Matt Renshaw, David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith (capt), Peter Handscomb, Nic Maddinson, Matthew Wade, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Nathan Lyon, Jackson Bird, Chadd Sayers. Click for detailed story

Dec 192016
 
Pakistan in good spirits after unnerving Aussies, says Misbah

BRISBANE: Pakistan are looking with renewed confidence to the remaining two Tests in the series after taking Australia to the brink at the Gabba, skipper Misbah-ul-Haq said on Monday. Misbah´s men went down with all guns blazing by just 39 runs after chasing a world record 490 runs in the day-night first Test to raise their hopes of coming from behind to win their first-ever series in Australia. Propelled by a magnificent 137 from Asad Shafiq over five-and-a-half hours, the Australians were fearing the worst until claiming the last two wickets late in the first session on the final day. Misbah, the 42-year-old team elder, said the brave performance had fortified his team ahead of the second Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, starting on Boxing Day, December 26. “As the skipper I am happy to see the team play like that,” he said. “Chasing 490 in the last innings after 142 in the first, the character of all the batsmen showed. That was wonderful. I think it has set the tone for the series. “There were a lot of positives for us, especially in Australia where batting is the main problem for us. Now we are looking forward and are confident ahead of the next two Test matches.” ´Classiest innings´ Misbah, who struggled batting under lights in the night sessions with scores of four and five, reserved special praise for Shafiq´s heroic innings. “That is one of the classiest innings I have seen. In the context of the game, [Read More…]

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