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Younis resists Australia as Misbah falls

BRISBANE (Sarzameen News) – Younis Khan reached his fifty, ending a low run streak, as rain cleared after tea on the fourth day of the day-night first Test at the Gabba on Sunday. Azhar Ali earlier fell to Starc for 71, but not before frustrating Aussie quicks as Pakistan stonewalled Australia´s push for victory. Captain

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Pakistan 70-2, trail Australia by 419 runs at stumps

BRISBANE (AFP) – Pakistan were 70 for two at the close and trailing Australia by 419 runs on the third day of the day-night first Test at the Gabba on Saturday. At stumps, Azhar Ali was unbeaten on 41 with veteran Younis Khan facing 19 balls without scoring. The highest winning run chase in the

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Pakistan 97-8 in reply to Australia’s 429

BRISBANE (AFP) – Pakistan were 97 for eight in reply to Australia’s 429 at the close on the second day of the day-night first Test against Pakistan in Brisbane on Friday. At stumps, Sarfraz Ahmed was unbeaten on 31 with Mohammad Amir on eight to trail Australia by 332 runs. Rookie Peter Handscomb reached his

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Australia all out for 429 against Pakistan

BRISBANE (AFP) – Australia were all out for 429 at midway through the middle session on the second day of the day-night first Test against Pakistan in Brisbane on Friday. Rookie Peter Handscomb reached his maiden Test century with 105 after skipper Steve Smith scored 130. Wahab Riaz finished with four wickets for 89 and

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Australia 288-3 at close of day one against Pakistan in first Test

BRISBANE (AFP) – Skipper Steve Smith scored a hundred and rookies Matt Renshaw and Peter Handscomb half-centuries as Australia took an early grip on the pink-ball first Test against Pakistan in Brisbane on Thursday. Smith, dropped on 53, showed the way as the Australians built the foundations for a sturdy first innings after winning the

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Australia win toss, choose to bat first against Pakistan

BRISBANE (Sarzameen News) – Australia have won the toss and decided to bat in the first Test against Pakistan in Brisbane on Thursday. Pakistan made two changes in the side that lost the second Test against New Zealand in Hamilton last month with captain Misbah-ul-Haq and leg-spinner Yasir Shah returning. The match is extremely important

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Yasir, Wahab get involved in fight during training in Brisbane

BRISBANE (Sarzameen News) – Pakistani leg-spinner Yasir Shah and paceman Wahab Riaz confronted each other during a football game in the team’s training session at Gabba in Brisbane on Wednesday, on the eve of a day and night Test against Pakistan. Reportedly, other team players calmed Yasir Shah after an exchange of words with Wahab

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Suzie Bates scoops ICC Women’s ODI, T20I Player of the Year awards

DUBAI (Sarzameen News) – New Zealand’s Suzie Bates has become the first cricketer to clinch both the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women’s ODI and T20I Player of the Year awards, which were announced on Wednesday. Based on the 12 months period between 14 September 2015 and 20 September 2016, which included the ICC Women’s World

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Pakistan, Australia all set to clash in first Test match on Thursday

BRISBANE (Sarzameen News) – Pakistan will commence their Australia tour with a day-night Test match against the hosts at The Gabba on Thursday. The match will start at 08:00 am PST. The match is extremely important for both teams as both of them are coming out of defeats from their recent series. Earlier, South Africa

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Pak baseball team fails to qualify for semi-finals in China

KARACHI (Sarzameen News) – Young Pakistan’s base ball team failed to qualify for the semi-finals of Asian U12 Baseball Championship in China on Sunday. According to a message received here Japan beat Pakistan in the group match and booked the birth for semi-finals. Chinese Taipei, China, Japan and South Korea have entered the semi-finals of the

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