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Kyle Jamieson: The Big Bird from New Zealand

“Kyle Jamieson is a tall and terrifying fast bowler and might be the fear factor for the batsmen around the world. He might be an asset for Test cricket”   The big man goes back towards the top of his bowling...

Mohammad Rizwan is the leader Pakistan need

“It was a typical Pakistani cameo with which the followers of Pakistan cricket team since the 90s are well accustomed – they crop up, entertain and end up winning the hearts. But in the end, the gems, who produce...
Martin Guptill New Zealand

Kiwis will hope Gupitll continues same form ahead in 2018

"New Zealand will desperately want Guptill to continue his same form in the Tri-Series too and these numbers will certainly help him go with a positive mind". New Zealand ended 2017 on a high note where they demolished the West...
Colin de Grandhomme of New Zealand hits a six

The Colin de Grandhomme show keeps Pakistan winless

"Despite being in a winning position for a while ago, Pakistan left the field without a win due to power-hitting of Colin de Grandhomme, who a few years ago, gun down Pakistan with his bowling in a Test match".  Pakistan...
Pakistan v New Zealand

Pakistan’s temperament under scrutiny yet again after Dunedin debacle

"But with performances like the ones in New Zealand this series, Pakistan do themselves no justice. A turnaround to their woes outside the sub-continent seems pretty far away at the moment". Jan 26, 2007 - South Africa vs Pakistan -...
New Zealand v Pakistan

Pakistan being Pakistan: Can they ever be consistent?

All of a sudden, the winner of last year's Champions Trophy, Pakistan discover themselves two down in the five-match ODI series against New Zealand. Yet again the top order failed to deliver while the bowlers lacked the cutting edge...
Pakistan v New Zealand

Time for Babar Azam to leave a mark outside Asia

"The likes of Kohli and Smith have been competing with each other on altogether a different level where the debate is who the better match winner is. Whereas, Babar has not reached that stage yet. Maybe, it's not fair...


A stunning victory for Tottenham Hotspur

In the space of 80 seconds, Steven Bergwijn ensured that nobody who saw this match will ever forget it. With his two goals in stoppage time, the Tottenham substitute turned defeat into victory and perhaps provided the turning point in his side’s season.