Pakistan secure a 1-0 series win against Australia after to an emphatic 373-run victory in the second Test in Abu Dhabi.
Tim Paine’s new Aussie side has slipped to fifth place in the world Test rankings after their crushing defeat to Pakistan in Abu Dhabi, losing the two-match series 1-0.
Pakistan stamped their dominance over Australia in Abu Dhabi in the second and final Test to secure a 1-0 series win over the Baggy Greens.
Azhar Ali’s crazy run-out against Australia in the second Test in Abu Dhabi has given his sons something to hold over him for years to come, says the legendary Pakistan batsman.
Pakistan tightened the screw on the Australians in the second Test as they set the visitors a 538-run target to win after just three days of play.
Pakistan star leggie Danish Kaneria has spent the past six years denying any involvement in the corruption scandal that sent an Essex teammate to jail but has finally admitted his guilt and is asking for his lifetime ban to be lifted.
Pakistan took control of the second Test at Abu Dhabi, bowling Australia out for 145 on the second day as the hosts strode to a 281-run lead with eight wickets in hand.
Captain Sarfraz Ahmed and Test debutant Fakhar Zaman rescued Pakistan’s innings with a resilient 147-run partnership after the home team were reduced to 57-5 before lunch.
Windies captain Jason Holder currently holds the second best Test bowling average in a calendar year for the last 100 years, having taken 33 wickets at an average of 12.39 in 2018.
Umesh Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja took seven wickets between them as the West Indies collapsed in their second innings for 127, leaving India to knock off the 72 required for victory without loss to win the second Test in Hyderabad.
India’s young guns Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant ensured India ended day two of the second Test against the West Indies in Hyderabad with the upper hand.
Roston Chase scored 98 not out to rescue the West Indies from a top-order collapse as they ended day one of the second Test against India in Hyderabad on 295-7.
Australia pulled off a valiant draw against Pakistan in the first Test match in Dubai thanks to a heroic century from Usman Khawaja.
Pakistan are on the brink of securing an emphatic victory over Australia in the first Test match in Dubai, thanks to a terrific 12-ball spell from Mohammad Abbas.
The Australians crumbled to 202 all out in the first innings after Bilal Asif’s six-for on debut put Pakistan in the commanding seat.