Cricket News sort by Saqlain Mushtaq

Pakistan head coach Saqlain Mushtaq has asserted that the team’s pace attack is good enough to deliver the goods in the Asia Cup 2022 even in the absence of lead bowler Shaheen Afridi. 22-year-old Afridi has been ruled out of the tournament, owing to an injury in his right knee ligament.

Pakistan coach Saqlain Mushtaq has asserted that the hosts will push for a result in the final Test against Australia, which begins on Monday, March 21. The first Test between the teams in Rawalpindi ended in a drab draw while Pakistan escaped out of jail in the second Test in Karachi courtesy hundreds from Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan.

Former Pakistan off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq, in a Live session, revealed how Indian legend Anil Kumble helped him out at a time when he was struggling to find a good doctor in Pakistan for his eye problem. Mushtaq, famous as the man for introducing the ‘doosra’ to world cricket, recalled that during his playing days, he was having a lot of issues with his eyesight. The spinner had consulted a number of prominent doctors in Pakistan, but they could not help him out. Then, Kumble gave the former spinner the reference of a London-based ophthalmologist.

Former Pakistan spinner Saqlain Mushtaq is the latest to lavish praises on India captain Virat Kohli, who has been in amazing form in England. Mushtaq feels Kohli is the only batsman who comes close to Sachin Tendulkar in the current era.

The year 2016 has been a memorable one for Virender Sehwag although he is no longer a presence on the cricket field. Sehwag made heads roll as a swashbuckling batsman during his plays days