Pakistan

Bangladesh Clinch Victory Despite Tendulkar's Century

Sachin Tendulkar was unable to celebrate a victory on the occasion of his 100th international century as a superb run chase from Bangladesh threw the Asia Cup 2012 wide open once again. Tendulkar had scored 114 to help India post 289 for five but his side were defeated thanks to half-centuries from Tamim Iqbal, Jahurul Islam and Nasir Hossain as well as a blistering unbeaten 46 in 25 balls from captain Mushfiqur Rahim.
16 March 2012

Special Place In History For Tendulkar - Haroon Lorgat

International Cricket Council Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat has congratulated Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar after he reached his 100th international century. He scored 114 against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup, ending a wait of more than a year to move off of century number 99. The knock was also his 49th ODI century.
16 March 2012

Tendulkar Reaches Landmark 100th International Century

Sachin Tendulkar has ended a year-long hunt for his 100th international century by reaching three figures against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup. His 49th century in One-Day Internationals came in the 44th over of his side's effort, batting first against the tournament hosts in Mirpur.
16 March 2012

Misbah And Akmal Guide Pakistan To Victory

Half-centuries from Misbah-ul-Haq and Umar Akmal dug Pakistan out of a tricky situation and carried them towards a six-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup. Chasing 189 to win, they had slipped to 33 for three in the 13th over but a 152-run partnership between the pair put Pakistan on course for a victory that all but assures them a place in the final.
15 March 2012

India Beat Pakistan In T20 Series And Opening ODI

India's blind cricket team has defeated Pakistan's blind cricket team in a T20 three match series winning by two games to one and won the opening ODI. The Pakistan team began the series with their own share of problems since two of their key players were held up in Islamabad because of visa problems and captain Abdul Rasak was forced to sit on the sidelines having been injured in practice session before the first game.
15 March 2012

Angelo Mathews Ruled Out Of Asia Cup With Calf Injury

Sri Lanka will have to make do without the services of key all-rounder Angelo Mathews for the remainder of the Asia Cup after he suffered a calf injury. He is set to return to Colombo and make a bid to be fit for the England Test series, which begins in Galle on 26th March.
15 March 2012

India Lay Down Asia Cup Marker With 50-Run Win

Twin centuries from Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli laid the foundations for India's 50-run win over Sri Lanka in both sides' opening group game in the Asia Cup in Mirpur. Gambhir stroked 108 and Kohli 100 as India made their way to 304 for three before bowling Sri Lanka out for 254 in reply.
13 March 2012

Pakistan Fined For Slow Over-Rate Against Bangladesh

The Pakistan side has been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during the opening Asia Cup 2012 match against Bangladesh. Despite dismissing Bangladesh for 241 in 48.1 overs on their way to a 21-run victory, Pakistan were deemed to be two overs short of its target when time allowances were taken into account.
12 March 2012

Cricket Video - Asia Cup 2012 - Pakistan Beat Bangladesh - Cricket World TV

A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news as we look at the opening game in the 2012 Asia Cup between Bangladesh and Pakistan. The Asia Cup 2012 is being hosted in Bangladesh but they did not get off to the start they wanted.
12 March 2012

Pakistan Win Asia Cup Opener Over Bangladesh

Bangladesh and Pakistan produced a fine game of One-Day International cricket to open the 2012 Asia Cup with Pakistan emerging victorious by 21 runs. Their score of 262 for eight proved to be enough when Bangladesh were bowled out for 241 in reply.
11 March 2012

Jamshed And Sarfraz In Pakistan Asia Cup Squad

Pakistan have named their 14-man squad for the Asia Cup, which begins on 11th March in Bangladesh as they bid to win the title for the first time since 2000. Misbah-ul-Haq has been retained as captain and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has handed recalls to opener Nasir Jamshed and wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed.
5 March 2012

Bangladesh Name Asia Cup Squad

Asia Cup hosts Bangladesh have named a 13-man squad, which will continue to be captained by wicket-keeper Mushfiqur Rahim. The squad was originally named without a captain or vice-captain but the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has decided against making any leadership changes.
5 March 2012

Whatmore Takes Over As Pakistan Coach

Former Sri Lanka and Bangladesh coach Dav Whatmore has signed a two-year contract as Pakistan's new head coach, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed. Whatmore, 57, played seven Tests and a One-Day International for Australia before embarking on a successful coaching career, leading Sri Lanka to the 1996 World Cup title.
5 March 2012

England Win To Take Series Honours

Pakistan's middle-order combined to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory in the final and decisive Twenty20 International in Abu Dhabi. Misbah-ul-Haq, Umar Akmal and Shahid Afridi all contributed to their own side's eventual demise as England conceded just 30 runs from the final five overs of their stint in the field.
27 February 2012

Bairstow Record Sets Up England Victory

Jonathan Bairstow became the youngest Englishman to score a Twenty20 International half-century as his side levelled their three-match series with Pakistan in Dubai courtesy of a 38-run win. Bairstow's unbeaten 60 in 46 balls guided England to a score of 150 for seven before Pakistan were bowled out for 112 in the 19th over as Steven Finn returned three for 30.
25 February 2012

Gul Gives Pakistan Victory In Dubai

Pakistan's bowlers held their nerve to bowl their team to an eight-run victory against the Twenty20 World Champions in Dubai. Captain Misbah-ul-Haq rotated his bowlers well towards the end of England's innings and was rewarded with three tidy overs from Saeed Ajmal and two wickets in the 18th over from Umar Gul to peg England back after Kevin Pietersen had given England an excellent start.
23 February 2012

England Seal Series Whitewash

England sealed a rare One-Day International series whitewash with a relatively comfortable victory in the fourth and final match in Dubai. Kevin Pietersen was once again the hero for the tourists as he became the second Englishman in little over a week to score back-to-back ODI centuries. His measured innings of 130 from 153 balls helped England to weather the top-order collapse of three for 18 that had followed the early departure of the in-form Alastair Cook for four.
21 February 2012

Disability Cricket: Pakistan Claim ODI Series Win

Pakistan's Physical Disabilities side beat their English counterparts by nine wickets to claim a 2-1 One-Day International series win in Dubai. They won the opening 40-over match by 79 runs before England hit back with a four-run win in the second game.
19 February 2012

Pietersen Ends Century Drought, England Win ODI Series

Kevin Pietersen scored his first One-Day International century since 2008 to guide England to a series-clinching nine-wicket victory over Pakistan in Dubai. Pietersen ended a drought stretching back to 2008 with a fluent unbeaten 111 as England moved to an unassailable 3-0 lead in the four-match series with a commanding performance.
18 February 2012

Cook Leads From The Front As England Go 2-0 Up

England produced another excellent performance to win the second One-Day International against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi by 20 runs to move into an unassailable 2-0 series lead. Alastair Cook became the first England captain to hit back-to-back ODI centuries as England posted 250 for four and Steven Finn then took four wickets to dismiss Pakistan for 230 in reply.
15 February 2012

 
 
 
 
 
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