Former captain Waqar Younis says it is becoming "impossible to ignore" the parallels between Pakistan's World Cup resurgence and their 1992 triumph.
After a depressing start and remarkable revival, a resurgent Pakistan look poised to emulate their 1992 feat again. Events are churning out exactly in the same way as it did 27 years ago when Pakistan lifted the trophy. The results, format, rules, washout everything is so identical that it gives a feeling of a déjà vu.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had defended Dhoni after he sported a dagger logo on his green gloves in India's win over South Africa on Wednesday.
Carlos Brathwaite said the West Indies were on the wrong end of too much poor umpiring following a 15-run World Cup defeat by champions Australia as Michael Holding slammed an “atrocious” display by the match officials.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson urged his side to move on after an 86-run defeat by champions Australia at Lord’s on Saturday condemned the Black Caps to their second straight loss of the World Cup. Williamson’s side will guarantee their place alongside Australia — the team that beat them in the 2015
London: Afghanistan’s Hamid Hassan felt he could have stopped Pakistan from getting over the line in a thrilling World Cup match if his one-day career hadn’t come to an end with a painful injury. Paceman Hassan, 32, could only bowl two overs before injuring his hamstring as Pakistan overcame a tense
Avishka Fernando smashed his first one-day international century as Sri Lanka scored an imposing 338-6 in their World Cup clash against the West Indies on Monday, with both sides playing only for pride.
Jonny Bairstow hit a hundred before Chris Woakes starred as England ended India’s unbeaten run at this World Cup with a 31-run win on Sunday to once again leave semi-final qualification in their own hands. England, who came into this match on the back of successive defeats by Sri Lanka and Australia,
Sri Lanka were bowled out for just 203 in their group match against South Africa on Friday and face an uphill task to secure a win that would lift them level on points with England.
Riding high on confidence after two back-to-back wins, Pakistan will look to carry on the winning momentum when they face Afghanistan in their crucial World Cup encounter at Headingley on Saturday. A win against Afghanistan will keep Pakistan in the hunt for the semi-final race. With seven points from seven games,