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    Cruel jokes on Kamran Akmal

    some jokes in the pakistani media


    - Behind every successful batsman there is Kamran Akmal.

    - What do Kamran and Michael Jackson have in common? They both wear gloves for no reason.

    - Kamran Akmal's favourite pickup line? "Can I drop you somewhere?"

    - Why was Kamran Akmal late for practice, because he forgot to catch the team bus.


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    This video shows Akmal celebrating the birthday of Ross Taylor

    YouTube - Kamran akmal dancing at Rose tayler's birthday party after match.mp4

    quite good
    And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW

    Yeah we don't crap in the first world; most of us would actually have no idea what that was emanating from Ajmal's backside. Why isn't it roses and rainbows like what happens here? PEWS's retort to Ganeshran on Daemon's picture depicting Ajmal's excreta

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    His face.
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    Very well then I contradict myself,
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    I remember when wk jokes used to be about denesh ramdin

    the west indies media called him teflon and cymbals


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    Quote Originally Posted by smalishah84 View Post
    This video shows Akmal celebrating the birthday of Ross Taylor

    YouTube - Kamran akmal dancing at Rose tayler's birthday party after match.mp4

    quite good
    I feel sorry for that guy in the video. It must be embarrassing to be called Kakmal.

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    haha Pakpassion has a thread where they have compiled a list of all his grassed chances since 06. I believe there are a few stumpings missing from it, but last I checked they had tallied more than 60.

    It also has at what score the batsmen was dropped on and what they ended up making. Epic thread.
    For as long as there is limited overs cricket - of ten, twenty or fifty overs - there will remain the Sri Lankan spinners' mid-innings choke

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    link?

    If it's not allowed to link other forums in threads then pm me the link please

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    The list is simply jaw-dropping. Iíll copy it (hope Iím not breaking any internet etiquette by doing so; if so, Iíll delete it). All credit goes to the person who posted this on Pakpassion:



    Pakistan in England Test Series - 1st Test
    England v Pakistan

    1) 1st Test: England v Pakistan at Lord's, Jul 13-17, 2006 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    63.2 Collingwood was on 79(Final Score = 186)
    Umar Gul to Collingwood, no run, gone, out, no! Dropped! Leg-cutter, outside edge straight to Kamran Akmal ? dreadful shot from Collingwood I might add ? and, somehow, Akmal shelled it. Deafening silence from the captain Inzamam-ul-Haq, and not much more being said from the slips. Ooh, that?s a shocker


    Pakistan in England Test Series - 3rd Test
    England v Pakistan

    2) 3rd Test: England v Pakistan at Leeds, Aug 4-8, 2006 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    38.2 Collingwood was on 21(Final Score = 31)
    Shahid Nazir to Collingwood, no run, yikes, Collingwood hangs his bat out to dry ? good away-swing from Shahid again ? but it passes his outside edge. Nevertheless, Akmal somehow drops a clanger and the ball bobbles from his gloves


    3) 3rd Test: England v Pakistan at Leeds, Aug 4-8, 2006 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    5.4 ME Trescothick was on 7(Final Score = 58)
    Umar Gul to Trescothick, no run, DROPPED, Kamran Akmal has dropped him. A terrific ball from Gul rising on Trescothick who feathers an edge. Gul goes up to celebrate but Akmal, with iron gloves, clangs a sitter


    Pakistan in England Test Series - 4th Test
    England v Pakistan

    4) 4th Test: England v Pakistan at The Oval, Aug 17-21, 2006 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    36.1 KP Pietersen was on 15 (Final Score = 96)
    Danish Kaneria to Pietersen, no run, oooh, outside edge and dropped. Snorter of a delivery, Pietersen's caught in two minds, and Akmal can't hold on to the feather. Kaneria's just not having the luck today.


    West Indies in Pakistan Test Series - 3rd Test
    Pakistan v West Indies

    5) 3rd Test: Pakistan v West Indies at Karachi, Nov 27-Dec 1, 2006 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    83.1 DBL Powell was on 1 (Final Score = 1)
    Umar Gul to Powell, no run, DROPPED! good length delivery wide outside the off stump, pitches and moves away, comes forward and feels for it, gets the edge to the right of Akmal, who dives across and puts down the catch.

    6) 3rd Test: Pakistan v West Indies at Karachi, Nov 27-Dec 1, 2006 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    63.3 Ramdin was on 10 (Final Score = 25*)
    Abdul Razzaq to Ramdin, no run, Dropped! fraction short on the off stump, swinging away nicely, Ramdin moves back to defend, gets squared up by the outswinger, thick edge and Akmal dives to his right and fails to catch.


    Pakistan in South Africa Test Series - 2nd Test
    South Africa v Pakistan

    7) 2nd Test: South Africa v Pakistan at Port Elizabeth, Jan 19-22, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    17.2 AG Prince was on 2 (Final Score = 2)
    Mohammad Sami to Prince, no run, ooh, dropped by Akmal. That was a long way across Prince, who slashes a thick edge through and it pops in and out of Akmal's gloves at chest height. What a costly miss that could be - Prince has been in such good form


    8) 2nd Test: South Africa v Pakistan at Port Elizabeth, Jan 19-22, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    22.3 Gibbs was on 2 (Final Score = 2)
    Danish Kaneria to Gibbs, no run, ooh! Edge again - but dropped. Kaneria sent the ball bending back in at the right hander, taking the edge and spilled again by Akmal. Good bowling, this


    9) 2nd Test: South Africa v Pakistan at Port Elizabeth, Jan 19-22, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    70.1 Kallis was on 63 (Final Score = 91)
    Danish Kaneria to Kallis, no run, oh no - has Akmal dropped yet another one? Ooh, not sure - Kallis went chasing that one and seemed to feather it through to Akmal who drops it. But the replays are inconclusive. Akmal's having a poor match anyway.


    10) 2nd Test: South Africa v Pakistan at Port Elizabeth, Jan 19-22, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    103.1 MV Boucher was on 27 (Final Score = 46)
    Mohammad Hafeez to Boucher, no run, Akmal drops another one! tossed up and this one turned back in sharply, Boucher defends on the back-foot and the ball clips the inside edge and goes behind but Akmal fails to hold on to a fairly easy chance. He is clearly having a tough time out there


    11) 2nd Test: South Africa v Pakistan at Port Elizabeth, Jan 19-22, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    117.3 MV Boucher was on 44 (Final Score = 46)
    Danish Kaneria to Boucher, 2 runs, cuts and gets an edge, DROPPED! by Akmal, who lets another chance go by


    South Africa in Pakistan Test Series - 1st Test
    Pakistan v South Africa

    12) 1st Test: Pakistan v South Africa at Karachi, Oct 1-5, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    54.5 Kallis was on 36 (Final Score = 155)
    Danish Kaneria to Kallis, no run, outside off, short, forcing off the back foot, DROPPED, edges, Akmal can not hold on


    South Africa in Pakistan Test Series - 2nd Test
    Pakistan v South Africa

    13) 2nd Test: Pakistan v South Africa at Lahore, Oct 8-12, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    13.4 Smith was on 18 (Final Score = 133)
    Danish Kaneria to Smith, 1 run, DROPPED, drives from the front foot, turns back from the rough, inside edge, pad, Akmal tries to get the full glove to it, hard chance put down


    Pakistan in India Test Series - 2nd Test
    India v Pakistan

    14) 2nd Test: India v Pakistan at Kolkata, Nov 30-Dec 4, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    55.6 Tendulkar was on 28 (Final Score = 82)
    Mohammad Sami to Tendulkar, 1 run, dropped by Akmal. Not a surprise, actually. Only surprise is he usually catches Tendulkar. It was banged in short, outside off stump, Tendulkar decides late to go for a upper cut, doesn't connect properly and Akmal thrusts his right glove out but fails to hold on and ends up palming it behind him.


    Sri Lanka in Pakistan Test Series - 2nd Test
    Pakistan v Sri Lanka

    15) 2nd Test: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Lahore, Mar 1-5, 2009 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    59.4 Samaraweera was on 69 (Final Score = 214)
    Danish Kaneria to Samaraweera, 1 run, dropped, Kamran this time, outside off, stretches forward and gets the edge, Kamran puts it down.


    Pakistan in Sri Lanka Test Series - 1st Test
    Sri Lanka v Pakistan

    16) 1st Test: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Galle, Jul 4-7, 2009 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    7.2 Jayawardene was on 0 (Final Score = 30)
    Mohammad Amir to Jayawardene, no run, Dropped Akmal's the culprit, Aamer bowls it in the corridor outside off and induces a nick, Akmal didn't have to move, he's dropped a sitter


    Pakistan in Sri Lanka Test Series - 3rd Test
    Sri Lanka v Pakistan

    17) 3rd Test: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo (SSC), Jul 20-24, 2009 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    29.3 AD Mathews was on 12 (Final Score = 31)
    Saeed Ajmal to Mathews, no run, dropped, Akmal spills it, spun back in but not as much as Mathews expected, played inside the line while trying to defend, got a thin edge but Akmal could not pouch it, tried again at the second attempt but failed.


    Pakistan in New Zealand Test Series - 1st Test
    New Zealand v Pakistan

    18) 1st Test: New Zealand v Pakistan at Dunedin, Nov 24-28, 2009 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    123.3 Vettori was on 91 (Final Score = 99)
    Umar Gul to Vettori, FOUR, Dropped Confusion between Farhat and Akmal, Gul holds the length back and Vettori hangs his bat out and gets a thick outside edge, the ball flies through the gap between keeper and first slip and both went for it but the ball beat them both.


    Pakistan in Australia Test Series - 2nd Test
    Australia v Pakistan

    19) 2nd Test: Australia v Pakistan at Sydney, Jan 3-6, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    52.6 Hussey Was on 27 (Final Score = 134)
    Danish Kaneria to Hussey, no run, trying playing defensively from the crease, Hussey's beaten by a ball that rips past the outside edge of his upright bat
    Subsquent replays suggest this may have been a dropped catch by Kamran Akmal. If it was it only got the faintest edge from Hussey's bat.
    Oh yes, definitely an edge looking at it from front-on.


    20) 2nd Test: Australia v Pakistan at Sydney, Jan 3-6, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    62.2 Hussey Was on 45 (Final Score = 134)
    Danish Kaneria to Hussey, no run, dropped, defensively forward, inside edge onto pad, through to the keeper who spills it


    21) 2nd Test: Australia v Pakistan at Sydney, Jan 3-6, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    66.4 Hussey Was on 52 (Final Score = 134)
    Danish Kaneria to Hussey, no run, dropped, pushing at a ball outside off, a thick outside edge is split by the wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal.


    22) 2nd Test: Australia v Pakistan at Sydney, Jan 3-6, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    113.2 PM Siddle was on 25 (Final Score = 38)
    Mohammad Sami to Siddle, 1 run, dropped, short ball down leg, Siddle swishes at it, gloves it but it's dropped by the keeper to his left, should have taken it, the ball runs away for a single


    Pakistan in England Test Series - 1st Test
    England v Pakistan

    23) 1st Test: England v Pakistan at Nottingham, Jul 29-Aug 1, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    4.3 AJ Strauss was on 15 (Final Score = 45)
    Mohammad Amir to Strauss, no run, 136.0 kph, dropped! Kamran, what have you done? Perfect outswinger from Aamer, Strauss edges and Akmal puts down the simplest of chances. Kamran kept so well against Australia - relatively speaking, anyway - but this is the worst possible start for him against England


    24) 1st Test: England v Pakistan at Nottingham, Jul 29-Aug 1, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    22.4 Collingwood was on 0 (Final Score = 1)
    Umar Gul to Collingwood, no run, 142.1 kph, oh no! Kamran has gone from hero back to zero! Dropped! After just pulling off a stunner he's put Collingwood down first ball, it was wide, Collingwood flashed a cut and edges it towards first slip, Akmal flew across and dropped the chance


    Pakistan in England Test Series - 3rd Test
    England v Pakistan

    25) 3rd Test: England v Pakistan at The Oval, Aug 18-21, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    37.3 MJ Prior was on 29 (Final Score = 84*)
    Mohammad Asif to Prior, 4 leg byes, 128.9 kph, and that one's dropped, but a very tough chance for Kamran. You can't expect him to take that - it's an inside edge onto the thigh and then sneaking past the stumps, Kamran dives and just gets his left fingertip to the ball as it runs away towards fine leg for a boundary
    Steve Davis has called that leg byes, but there was an inside edge on it, no question


    Pakistan in England Test Series - 4th Test
    England v Pakistan

    26) 4th Test: England v Pakistan at Lord's, Aug 26-29, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    115.3 Broad was on 132 (Final Score = 169)
    Saeed Ajmal to Broad, no run, 94.6 kph, dropped a beauty...he played forward again and it grazes the outside edge but Kamran Akmal can't hold on. There was very little reaction from the players




    ODIS


    India in Pakistan ODI Series - 3rd ODI

    27) 3rd ODI: Pakistan v India at Lahore, Feb 13, 2006 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    15.1 Tendulkar was on 36 (Final Score = 95)
    Umar Gul to Tendulkar, no run, down the leg side, Tendulkar gets an edge, fielded by Akmal, who drops the catch.


    Pakistan in Sri Lanka ODI Series - 3rd ODI

    28) 3rd ODI: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo (SSC), Mar 22, 2006 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    10.1 Tharanga was on 19 (Final Score = 23)
    Abdul Razzaq to Tharanga, 2 runs, dropped! good ball first up, bit of movement, pushes with an open face, gets an edge, Akmal dives to his left and fails to hold on to the chance.


    NatWest Series [Pakistan in England] - 2nd match

    29) 2nd Match: England v Pakistan at Lord's, Sep 2, 2006 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    6.3 Ian Bell wan on 8 (Final Score = 9)
    Shoaib Akhtar to Bell, 1 leg bye, wow, that was quick and full on off, Bell drives but is beaten all ends up, ball brushes something but Akmal fails to collect it to his left, ball runs away and they steal one, umpire calls it leg byes, was there bat on that though? Looks like it, according to the replays


    30) 2nd Match: England v Pakistan at Lord's, Sep 2, 2006 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    6.6 Trescothick was on 6 (Final Score = 6)
    Shoaib Akhtar to Trescothick, no run, good length ball on off, Tresco stands tall and drives but makes zero contact, a tight over coming to and end, should have had Bell but Akmal dropped another catch to add to his summer's tally of non-takes


    ICC World Cup - 1st match, Group D

    31) 1st Match, Group D: West Indies v Pakistan at Kingston, Mar 13, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    38.3 Lara was on 28 (Final Score = 37)
    Shoaib Malik to Lara, no run, ooh, ooh. Interesting. Malik annoyed that Akmal failed to pouch that one, dropping the fine edge. Akmal's glovework leaving much to be desired as is, sadly, often the case



    Warid Cricket Series - 2nd ODI

    32) 2nd ODI: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Abu Dhabi, May 20, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    4.2 Kapugedera was on 19 (Final Score 20)
    Mohammad Asif to Kapugedera, 1 run, dropped! He chases a short delivery outside off stump, gets the nick, and Akmal drops a simple take behind the stumps...poor stuff from him


    South Africa in Pakistan ODI Series - 3rd ODI

    33) 3rd ODI: Pakistan v South Africa at Faisalabad, Oct 23, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    22.3 Smith was on 24 (Final Score = 48)
    Shahid Afridi to Smith, no run, dropped by Akmal. It was a googly outside off stump, Smith stabbed at it and edged it to Akmal who fails to hold on. The ball pops up and it falls between a lunging Akmal and Younis at first slip.

    34) 3rd ODI: Pakistan v South Africa at Faisalabad, Oct 23, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    32.1 Smith was on 48 (Final Score = 48)
    Abdur Rehman to Smith, 1 run, dropped,though it was tough. Tossed up wide, Smith gets across off and plays at it, getting a thick edge which Akmal doesnt read, and the ball clips his pad to run fine


    South Africa in Pakistan ODI Series - 4th ODI

    35) 4th ODI: Pakistan v South Africa at Multan, Oct 26, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    29.2 Pollock was on 61 (Final Score = 90)
    Abdur Rehman to Pollock, 1 run, oh ho! Full and flat on leg stump, Pollock gets forward and paddles it up in air, Akmal turns and stumbles and doesnt make any effort to dive for the catch ... sums up Pakistan's evening


    South Africa in Pakistan ODI Series - 5th ODI

    36) 5th ODI: Pakistan v South Africa at Lahore, Oct 29, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    2.3 Kallia was on 6 (Final Score = 86)
    Shoaib Akhtar to Kallis, no run, dropped, Akmal drops an absolute sitter, this one was a touch fuller, it pitched on a good length and drew Kallis forward, the ball kissed the outside edge and flew at an easy height straight to Akmal who couldn't take it cleanly, Kallis has had a poor ODI series so far and Pakistan could have had him cheaply once again



    Pakistan in India ODI Series - 1st ODI

    37) 1st ODI: India v Pakistan at Guwahati, Nov 5, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    6.1 Gambhir was on 7 (Final Score = 44)
    Shoaib Akhtar to Gambhir, FOUR, dropped, by either Akmal or Younis, Gambhir pushed tentatively away from his body at a good length delivery outside off stump and got a regulation edge that flew between the wicketkeeper and first slip, neither Akmal or Younis moved an inch


    38) 1st ODI: India v Pakistan at Guwahati, Nov 5, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    14.5 Ganguly was on 37 (Final Score = 39)
    Shahid Afridi to Ganguly, no run, dropped, Ganguly tries to run the ball to third man and got a faint edge to Akmal, the ball hit the gloves and rolled towards third man, Gambhir came half-way down the pitch from the non-striker's end but was sent back by Ganguly, that's the third catch Pakistan have grassed


    Pakistan in India ODI Series - 2nd ODI

    39) 2nd ODI: India v Pakistan at Mohali, Nov 8, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    13.4 Gambhir was on 17 (Final Score = 57)
    Iftikhar Anjum to Gambhir, 1 run, Dropped by Akmal. It was full in length, outside off stump, Gambhir drives on the up and gets a edge which flies low and just in front of Akmal who couldn't quite wrap his gloves under the ball


    Pakistan in India ODI Series - 3rd ODI

    40) 3rd ODI: India v Pakistan at Kanpur, Nov 11, 2007 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    0.1 Ganguly was on 0 (Final Score = 39)
    Shoaib Akhtar to Ganguly, no run, Dropped! Would you believe it? Kamran Akmal drops a regulation 'keeper catch. It was full in length, outside off stump and Ganguly had a poke at it with an open-face of the bat. Sure, the ball was dipping as it went to the left of Akmal but he should have held it. What a start. Hold your mails. We know many of you don't rate Akmal much.


    Bangladesh in Pakistan ODI Series - 2nd ODI

    41) 2nd ODI: Pakistan v Bangladesh at Faisalabad, Apr 11, 2008 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    32.5 Mahmudullah was on 14 (Final Score = 58*)
    Shoaib Malik to Mahmudullah, no run, spins down the leg side and the Akmal misses a good stumping chance as the batsman came down the track.


    Bangladesh in Pakistan ODI Series - 3rd ODI

    42) 3rd ODI: Pakistan v Bangladesh at Lahore, Apr 13, 2008 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    36.2 Shakib Al Hasan was on 35 (Final Score = 75)
    Sohail Khan to Shakib Al Hasan, 1 run, dropped! Outside the off stump and Shakib Al Hasan drives, gets the outside edge to Akmal behind the wicket, who dives low to his right and drops the ball. That should have been taken



    Kitply Cup - 1st match

    43) 1st Match: Bangladesh v Pakistan at Dhaka, Jun 8, 2008 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    33.5 Abdur Razzak was on 0 (Final Score = 26*)
    Umar Gul to Abdur Razzak, FOUR, Dropped by Akmal. well he didn't even reach it. He should have as it wasn't too far to his left. Gul had produced a jab and a edge wit ha delivery that straightened outside off stump from round the stumps and Akmal was late in reacting



    Pakistan v West Indies ODI Series - 1st ODI

    44) 1st ODI: Pakistan v West Indies at Abu Dhabi, Nov 12, 2008 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    39.5 Marshall was on 2 (Final Score = 26)
    Shahid Afridi to Marshall, no run, dropped, that was short of a good length outside off, Marshall gets onto the back foot to punch it wide of the covers, gets an outside edge and Akmal spills a regulation chance!!



    Pakistan v West Indies ODI Series - 2nd ODI

    45) 2nd ODI: Pakistan v West Indies at Abu Dhabi, Nov 14, 2008 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    30.4 Findlay was on 0 (Final Score = 12)
    Shahid Afridi to Findlay, no run, dropped, that was an off spinner pitching on off, Findlay lunges forward to defend, gets a thick outside edge that Akmal puts down


    Sri Lanka in Pakistan ODI Series - 2nd ODI

    46) 2nd ODI: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Karachi, Jan 21, 2009 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    19.1 Kandamby was on 16 (Final Score = 59)
    Shahid Afridi to Kandamby, no run, dropped, quicker ball that spun away sharply after landing on the off stump, tries to defend off the back foot, gets a thick outside edge and Akmal puts it down behind the wickets. Straightforward



    Sri Lanka in Pakistan ODI Series - 3rd ODI

    47) 3rd ODI: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Lahore, Jan 24, 2009 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    40.4 Kndamby was on 28 (Final Score = 32)
    Shoaib Malik to Kandamby, no run, missed stumping, Pakistan have been poor, flighted outside off inviting Kandamby out of the crease, he goes for a loft over extra cover but the ball spins away, he misses and so does Kamran Akmal who makes a mess of it behind the stumps



    Pakistan in Sri Lanka ODI Series - 1st ODI

    48) 1st ODI: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Dambulla, Jul 30, 2009 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    1.1 Jayasuriya was on 1 (Final Score = 15)
    Abdul Razzaq to Jayasuriya, no run, dropped, again on the leg stump, it goes down the leg side, Akmal has to dive low to his right to take that, he fails to collect it, and his reaction suggests Jayasuriya had edged that



    ICC Champions Trophy - 6th match, Group A

    49) 6th Match, Group A: India v Pakistan at Centurion, Sep 26, 2009 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    22.3 Dhoni was on 0 (Final Score = 3)
    Saeed Ajmal to Dhoni, no run, Dropped by Akmal. Tough chance. T'was a topspinner outside off stump, Dhoni tries to cover drive, edges and it deflects to Akmal's right pad


    Asia Cup - 4th match

    50) 4th Match: India v Pakistan at Dambulla, Jun 19, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    36.6 Sharma was on 9 (Final Score = 22)
    Shoaib Akhtar to Sharma, 1 run, all night Akmal has been appealing without any edges, now he gets a regulation edge and he drops it! Poor keeping really! Beats me how this man is keeping in international cricket! Sharma goes chasing, edged away slightly wide of him, he sticks out one firm hand and it bounces off it. Really didn't have to go too far



    Asia Cup - 1st match

    51) 1st Match: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Dambulla, Jun 15, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    2.5 Dilshan was on 12 (Final Score = 18)
    Shoaib Akhtar to Dilshan, FOUR, Edged between the keeper and the first slip. It pitched well ahead of the cordon and rolled away. It was around 145 kmph back-of-length delivery and Dilshan went for the cut and edged. Kamran dived but couldn't reach in time


    52) 1st Match: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Dambulla, Jun 15, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    8.4 Jayawardene was on 0 (Final Score = 54)
    Mohammad Asif to Jayawardene, FOUR, Edged but Kamran couldn't get to it. It was a lovely leg cutter around off - a classic Asif delivery - and Mahela had a lame poke at it,. Almost fatal. The gap between the keeper and slip was wide and Kamran dived but couldn't reach


    53) 1st Match: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Dambulla, Jun 15, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    41.2 Kulasekara was on 5 (Final Score = 14)
    Shahid Afridi to Kulasekara, 1 wide, Stumping chance missed. Not a surprise if you have followed Kamran's career. It was down the leg side and Kula had leaned forward to flick and lost balance and had stepped well out of the crease. But Kamran doesn't collect it cleanly. Oh well



    Asia Cup - 5th match

    54) 5th Match: Bangladesh v Pakistan at Dambulla, Jun 21, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    43.2 Shkib ul Hassan was on 2 (Final Score = 25)
    Abdur Rehman to Shakib Al Hasan, 3 runs, thank God for some constants in life! Kamran Akmal has dropped one! Difficult edge, though, a thick one and a decent deflection. But thankfully some things never change



    NatWest Series [Pakistan in England] - 3rd ODI

    55) 3rd ODI: England v Pakistan at The Oval, Sep 17, 2010 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    18.5 Yardy was on 0 (Final Score = 4)
    Umar Gul to Yardy, 1 run, Kamran Akmal drops it! Calamity Kamran strikes again! Gul finds a thickish outside edge that goes low and wide to Kamran, diving one-handed to his left and he couldn't quite hold on. Looks to have damaged his finger as well


    Pakistan in New Zealand ODI Series - 5th ODI

    56) 5th ODI: New Zealand v Pakistan at Hamilton, Feb 3, 2011 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    44.1 NL McCullum was on 4 (Final Score = 14)
    Wahab Riaz to NL McCullum, 1 run, somethings in Pakistan cricket never change. Like the fact that inevitably, Kamran Akmal will drop a catch. He's done it again. Short ball, Nathan gets a top edge behind his head and it was a dolly for Kamran who was moving back. And he put it down.




    ICC Cricket World Cup - 10th match, Group A

    57) 10th Match, Group A: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo (RPS), Feb 26, 2011 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    30.1 Sangakkara was on 22 (Final Score = 49)
    Abdur Rehman to Sangakkara, 5 wides, Kamran fluffs a stumping, all is well with the world, Rehman beat Sanga with some flight, and angling it down the leg side, he got some extra bounce again, which beat Kamran totally, Sanga was in no position to get back


    58) 10th Match, Group A: Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo (RPS), Feb 26, 2011 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    34.6 Sangakkara was on 33 (Final Score = 49)
    Abdur Rehman to Sangakkara, 1 wide, Kamran, oh Kamran. Another fluffed stumping. Same as before, Sanga jumps out a mile looking to flick. Rehman sees him and fires it wide, Sanga misses and is halfway down the track. Kamran whips the bails off. Find the missing link - yes, Kamran did not collect. I now know the only weak link in Pakistan's side. It is behind the stumps.



    ICC Cricket World Cup - 17th match, Group A

    59) 17th Match, Group A: Canada v Pakistan at Colombo (RPS), Mar 3, 2011 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    3.1 Gunasekera was on 8 (Final Score = 8)
    Umar Gul to Gunasekera, no run, dropped by Kamran or did it go off the back thigh? It cut across from the leg stump line, went right across the batsman who was squared-up in defense. the ball flew to left of Akmal, who was initially moving to his right. He then threw a big dive with outstretched left hand but couldn't hold on. Replays don't confirm an edge. It seems it went off the thigh.



    ICC Cricket World Cup - 24th match, Group A

    60) 24th Match, Group A: New Zealand v Pakistan at Pallekele, Mar 8, 2011 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    13.2 Taylor was on 0 (Final Score = 131*)
    Shoaib Akhtar to Taylor, FOUR, Ross gets a birthday gift, it's the Kamran moment, Shoaib got the edge with a perfect delivery that zipped away just a shade, the ball flew between younis and Kamran, who initially appeared to go for it, and then did the keeper's version of shouldering arms, stood stone still, as a bemused Younis looked on


    61) 24th Match, Group A: New Zealand v Pakistan at Pallekele, Mar 8, 2011 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    13.4 Taylor was on 8 (Final Score = 131*)
    Shoaib Akhtar to Taylor, no run, oh I don't believe this, two birthday gifts is too much, from the same man too, Shoaib has Ross pushing at a one that held its line,and the healthy edge goes ever so slowly to Kamran who is in good position to take it, gets gloves on it, and clangs it, Shoaib can't do anything about it, boy is he distraught

    62) 24th Match, Group A: New Zealand v Pakistan at Pallekele, Mar 8, 2011 | Cricket Commentary | ESPN Cricinfo
    30.4 Styris was on 4 (Final Score = 28)
    Shahid Afridi to Styris, 1 run, another drop from Kamran, outside off, Styris looks to stab it from the crease, edged and Kamran's horror day continues, Afridi is not amused


    Pakistan Vs England, Trent Bridge, 2010.
    63)http://www.espncricinfo.com/england-...iew=commentary
    70.2 Collingwood was on 48(Final Score = 82)
    Danish Kaneria to Collingwood, no run, missed stumping! Kamran's really not having a good day... Collingwood charged down the track, was beaten in the air and by the turn. He was practically walking off he was so far down, but Kamran fumbled the take, and couldn't pick the ball up before the batsman got back in. Kaneria really needed that wicket - Pakistan needed it!



    Pakistan Vs England, Oval, 2006.
    64)http://www.espncricinfo.com/engvpak/...iew=commentary
    40.3 Mahmood was on 0 (Final Score = 15)
    Danish Kaneria to Mahmood, 4 byes, ah, should have been out. Mahmood came down the wicket aiming to hoick that over mid-on; instead he completely missed it and should have been stumped by yards but Akmal didnít even move and the ball flew past his gloves really easily



    Pakistan in South Africa Test Series - 2nd Test
    65) http://www.espncricinfo.com/rsavpak/...iew=commentary
    40.4 Prince was on 17 (Final Score = 22)
    Danish Kaneria to Prince, no run, stumping chance missed! A lovely teasing flighted delivery, again Prince comes down the track and is beaten by the flight and the dip. The ball threads through the bat and pad gap and is just outside off stump and Akmal clangs it. Would have been definitely out had he gathered.

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    Flavour of the month, isn't he ?

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    I feel sorry for Sami and Kaneria. Akmal has ruined their careers.

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    He has helped more careers than he has ruined to be honest.

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    You can add one or more to the list when Pak play Zimbabwe. In fact it's their captains birthday on monday

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    This video shows Akmal celebrating the birthday of Ross Taylor

    YouTube - Kamran akmal dancing at Rose tayler's birthday party after match.mp4

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    I see he drops his hat a couple of times during that video...
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