Pakistan clinches victory off penultimate ball

Sohaib Maqsood and Fawad Alam’s sixth-wicket stand of 147 was instrumental in Pakistan overcoming a top-order collapse to post a thrilling four-wicket win in the first One-Day International against Sri Lanka in Hambantota on Saturday (August 23). Pakistan’s chase of a revised Duckworth-Lewis target of 275 in 50 overs received a major jolt as it was reduced to 106 for 5. But Maqsood’s temperament stood out

Boof not playing politics

Australian coach Darren Lehman was quick to distance himself and the team from the criticism which inevitably comes from inside the country whenever the subject of playing in Zimbabwe is raised.

Surrey lose semi-final

Surrey lost their NatWest T20 Blast Semi- Final against the Birmingham Bears at Edgbaston by 16 runs. Chasing 195 for a place in the Final, Jason Roy played a brilliant…

Second ODI scheduled to play in Hambantota on 26th August

Media Release Sri Lanka vs Pakistan 2nd ODI scheduled to be played at R. Premadasa stadium on 27 August has been rescheduled and shifted to Sooriyawewa stadium in Hambantota on 26 August due to the bad weather condition in Colombo. This decision was taken on a request from the National Curator where he had confirmed that the ground will not be fit to play the 2nd ODI in Colombo on the 27th of August 2014. 

Change of venue and date for 2nd ODI – Sri Lanka v Pakistan

Media Release At a meeting held today with regard to the above, a decision has been taken to conduct the 2nd ODI in Hambanthota due to the bad weather condition in Colombo. This decision was taken on a request from the National Curator where he had confirmed that the ground will not be fit to play the 2nd ODI in Colombo on the 27th of August 2014.