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Babar Azam - Rohit Sharma - Shoaib Malik - "Pakistan's Best Player Won't Get Into Playing XI Of Top 5 Teams": Shoaib Malik Slanders Babar Azam - sports.ndtv.com - Australia - India - state Oregon - Afghanistan - Pakistan

"Pakistan's Best Player Won't Get Into Playing XI Of Top 5 Teams": Shoaib Malik Slanders Babar Azam

Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam continues to court criticism from former players. Citing the example of the Indian team and their skipper Rohit Sharma, former Pakistan star Shoaib Malik suggested that Babar wouldn't get picked in the playing XIs of any of the top teams in the world, be it India, England, Australia, or others. Babar's team produced a horror show in the recently concluded T20 World Cup and were eliminated in the group stage itself. Defeats against India and Afghanistan resulted in Pakistan's elimination, and Malik wants Babar to change the way he plays the game completely.

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Sourav Ganguly - Pakistan Journalist Trolled Brutally After Comparing Sourav Ganguly To Imam-Ul-Haq - sports.ndtv.com - India - Pakistan

Pakistan Journalist Trolled Brutally After Comparing Sourav Ganguly To Imam-Ul-Haq

A Pakistani journalist was trolled brutally on social media when he posted pictures of former Indian cricket team skipper Sourav Ganguly and Imam-ul-Haq asking his followers to choose the better player. The comparison did not go down well with the users on social media platform X (formerly known as Twitter) who pointed out the huge gap between the records of both players. While Ganguly scored more than 18,000 international runs during his illustrious career, Imam has not really established himself on the international stage as of now. The Pakistan batter has less than 5000 runs in international cricket.

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"Torture": Ex-Pakistan Star Admits Getting Questioned For 3 Days On Island After Bob Woolmer's Death - sports.ndtv.com - Ireland - Pakistan - Jamaica

"Torture": Ex-Pakistan Star Admits Getting Questioned For 3 Days On Island After Bob Woolmer's Death

Pakistan's highest Test run-getter and former captain, Younis Khan has said that had Bob Woolmer, the late national head coach, been alive the country's cricket would have reached great heights. Woolmer was found dead in his hotel room in Jamaica a few hours after Pakistan's loss to Ireland and subsequent elimination from the 2007 Cricket World Cup. "I have no doubt that if Woolmer had remained head coach, Pakistan cricket would have been very different today, and he would have taken it to great heights," said Younis.

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'No Proposal For Offshore T20I Series Against India': Pakistan Cricket Board - sports.ndtv.com - Australia - India - Pakistan

'No Proposal For Offshore T20I Series Against India': Pakistan Cricket Board

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Monday made it clear that it has made no proposal to play an offshore T20I series against India, and its current focus is on the smooth conduct of the Champions Trophy. There have been talks about PCB Chairman Mohsin Naqvi holding discussions with the BCCI officials on the possibility of a T20I series at an offshore venue, likely in either England or Australia. “There is no such proposal on the table or under consideration because right now the biggest challenge for us is to organise the Champions Trophy in a befitting manner and we also have a packed international schedule,” a highly reliable source said.

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Mohammed Shami - "Dirty Hit": Ex-Pakistan Skipper Slams Mohammed Shami's 'Personal Relations' Remark - sports.ndtv.com - India - Pakistan

"Dirty Hit": Ex-Pakistan Skipper Slams Mohammed Shami's 'Personal Relations' Remark

Indian cricket team fast bowler Mohammed Shami recently said in an interview that Pakistan should improve their selection process and not make it a family team that mainly operates on personal relations. However, the comments did not go down well with former Pakistan cricket team captain Salman Butt who believes that the comments were targeted towards Inzamam-ul-Haq - suggesting that he played a role in his nephew Imam-ul-Haq's selection during his time as chief selector. Butt added that the comments made by Shami were 'wrong' and even went on to say that it was a 'dirty hit' on Inzamam.

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Pat Cummins - Virat Kohli - Babar Azam - Rohit Sharma - Shaheen Shah Afridi - Not Rohit Sharma Or Virat Kohli: Babar Azam's 'Best Batter' Pick Leaves AB De Villiers Amused - sports.ndtv.com - Australia - Canada - South Africa - Pakistan

Not Rohit Sharma Or Virat Kohli: Babar Azam's 'Best Batter' Pick Leaves AB De Villiers Amused

Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam picked South Africa legend AB De Villiers as the best batter he has played against during his career. Babar recently appeared in an interview on De Villiers' official YouTube channel and when the former Proteas batter asked him to choose, Babar was quick to pick him over any active cricketer. De Villiers was left amused by the answer and although he asked Babar to choose someone other than him, the Pakistan cricketer said that his answer remains AB De Villiers.

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Virat Kohli - Shaheen Afridi - Babar Azam - Rohit Sharma - Asia Cup - Hasan Ali - 'Cricket Does Not End If India Don't Play': Pakistan Star's Strong Remark On India's 2025 Champions Trophy Participation - sports.ndtv.com - Uae - India - Sri Lanka - Pakistan

'Cricket Does Not End If India Don't Play': Pakistan Star's Strong Remark On India's 2025 Champions Trophy Participation

Pakistan cricketer Hasan Ali has strongly stated that they are prepared to play the 2025 Champions Trophy on home soil without Team India, if the latter does not agree to travel to Pakistan for the tournament. With Pakistan being the sole hosts of the 2025 Champions Trophy, there has been dispute regarding India's participation. The BCCI has reportedly also suggested a hybrid model, where India would play their games in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) or Sri Lanka, but no consensus has been reached yet.

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Jay Shah - India vs Pakistan T20I Series In 2025? Report Reveals PCB's Big Invitation - sports.ndtv.com - India - Sri Lanka - Pakistan

India vs Pakistan T20I Series In 2025? Report Reveals PCB's Big Invitation

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Mohsin Naqvi is likely to invite India to a T20I bilateral series at a neutral venue in 2025. However, the board (PCB) seems adamant on not allowing matches of the Champions Trophy to be shifted outside Pakistan. PCB sources also stated that Naqvi will invite India for a T20 series at a neutral venue during 2025, when he will meet BCCI secretary Jay Shah in the ICC annual conference to be held in Colombo, Sri Lanka on July 19-22. "The proposal will be discussed during the meeting of Mohsin Naqvi with Jay Shah (BCCI secretary), with matches potentially scheduled during the free days of both teams after the Champions Trophy," said the PCB source.

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"Very Slim Chances": Ex-Pakistan Board Chief's Blunt Admission On India Travelling For Champions Trophy - sports.ndtv.com - India - Sri Lanka - Afghanistan - Bangladesh - Pakistan

"Very Slim Chances": Ex-Pakistan Board Chief's Blunt Admission On India Travelling For Champions Trophy

Former Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Khalid Mahmood believes India will not travel to Pakistan for the ICC Champions Trophy early next year. "They are very very slim chances they will agree to play in Pakistan," Mahmood, who is a retired senior bureaucrat, said. He, however, said that if India doesn't visit Pakistan, it would be a non-profitable deal for PCB and the ICC.

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