Victory #73

It was the 73rd time Pakistan beat India and it was without any doubt the sweetest one because it was an ICC event final and the way Pakistan annihilated India it doesn’t happen any other day that we crush their egos so badly as Indian media and Indian fans thought they were invincibles, it doesn’t happen any other day that the ball doesn’t dislodge the bails and the opponents oversteps the line of control, it doesn’t happen any other day that you can get Kohli on two consecutive deliveries, it doesn’t happen any other day that probably the weakest batting line-up of the tournament posted the highest total of the tournament and the strongest batting line-up of the tournament was dismissed under 200 but it happened that day when we beat India the 73rd time when we batted like 2017 and we bowled like 90’s and the team that was struggling to even qualify for the tournament won the Champions Trophy. You know what a cornered tiger does? He attacks back that is what exactly Pakistan did. Continue reading “Victory #73”


“In the history books, my name will come with him and he is a legend.”

The biggest fan of Younis Khan is Misbah-ul-Haq himself, the amount of respect they have for each other was the sole reason they managed to carve out a team after the spot-fixing debacle, which also made them the most successful pair in Pakistan’s Test Cricket history with ‘3213’ partnership runs only two pairs scored more runs in partnership at a higher average than Younis & Misbah, which also made Pakistan the unbeaten team of this era at home (in U.A.E). Continue reading “MIS | YOU”

Big Guns aren’t Blazing

In the start of the season everyone thought that there is no chance for a club like Tottenham who can replicate their last season’s performance against top sides who have splashed a staggering amount of £174m,£149m and £122.3m in the transfer window to bring a whole bunch of world class players to their sides but guess what it didn’t matter at all because as of today Spurs beat Manchester City 2-0, the side who spent £174m was beaten by a side who just spent a mere amount of £70.1m in the transfer window. Continue reading “Big Guns aren’t Blazing”

Win It for Misbah

Three days and two sessions of total domination bowling out England in a day, then getting a healthy lead of 100 runs and then Pakistan did what they did in Leeds 2006, Galle 2009, Sydney 2010, Cape Town 2013 and now you can add Birmingham to that long list of matches in which we were ahead for most of the match and then gave away all the hard work in a matter of 2-3 sessions. Continue reading “Win It for Misbah”

Lords of Cricket

In 2010 where every thing went wrong for Pakistan Cricket at the Lords Cricket ground here we stand again in 2016 things have changed alot as Amir is back his first Test since his return, now Misbah is the most successful Pakistani Test captain, we have Yasir Shah probably the best leggie after Shane Warne as he ripped through the English batting as Wahab mentioned it before the match that England have a fragile batting line up.  Continue reading “Lords of Cricket”

The Greatest Sportsman Ever

There never has, and never will be a more popular athlete than Muhammad Ali he was the fastest the greatest the meanest boxer of all time, he was the ‘Concorde’ of boxing and the most charismatic sports personality of all time. He wasn’t just a boxer he was an icon, a negotiator who saved a man on the ledge who was committing suicide, he also negotiated with Saddam Hussain to release 15 U.S citizens taken hostage by him. Continue reading “The Greatest Sportsman Ever”

From Paper to Pitch

PSL one of the most successful event organized by the PCB probably the biggest event after the 1996 cricket world cup in Pakistan’s history.

Islamabad United winning the first ever Pakistan Super League after a dominating performance in the final crushing Quetta Gladiators by 6 wickets in front of a full house at Dubai Sports City. These are some interesting facts that we have gathered from this year PSL: Continue reading “From Paper to Pitch”

Quetta toppled Peshawar

The first qualifier between Peshawar Zalmi and Quetta Gladiators went down to the wire right till the last ball of the match to decide who will be the first finalist of the inaugural Paksitan Super League (PSL).


KP and Sangakara constructed the innings after some early losses KP scoring a well deserved half century first for him in this tournament and third in his last three knock out matches. Continue reading “Quetta toppled Peshawar”