On their 1998 Test tour of Pakistan, Australia overcame absent key players, recent failures in Asia and a talented opponent to record their first Test series triumph in the country since 1959.
Misbah and Pakistan’s search for a heroby: Faraaz Rahman
Nothing reflects an average Pakistani’s fascination with heroes better than the position of the Pakistan cricket captain, the man who in the eyes of an average Pakistani stands up to the dysfunctional and archaic institution that is the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and produces scintillating performances on the ground despite the system while their nose at the tools of control — the manager, selection committee, chairman etc. This is why this is the most coveted job in Pakistan cricket.
The Easter another God aroseby: Pawan Mahalingam
It was Easter, the day Catholics the world over celebrated their messiah who came back to life after being crucified on the cross. March 27th was Easter Sunday and Virat Kohli, who has been crucified for his brashness, cockiness, his actress ex-girlfriend among many other things, rose again. It wasn’t the first time that he […]
Bat to the Futureby: Dave Wilson
What Happened Next?by: Neil Pickup
After a build-up that at times seemed as if it would take an eternity, the 2015 Cricket World Cup finally got underway to something of a false start, as New Zealand and Sri Lanka reached the 18-over mark in the opening fixture before realising that the tournament had begun, and they were not in fact […]