A PCB press release said the World's second-ranked Twenty20 batsman Azam was hurt during a practice session in Queenstown. Coach Misbah-ul-Haq said, "He was taken to a local hospital where X-rays confirmed the fracture."
Australia crushed New Zealand by 50 runs in a low-scoring fourth Twenty20 international in Wellington Friday to level the series at 2-2. The result sets up a winner-takes-all blockbuster in the final match at the same venue on Sunday, with Australia
Leg spinner Sodhi came into the match as the leading wicket-taker in the series with 10 at an average of 18 and improved to 13 at 11.8, taking 3-24 as Australia was held 142-8 after choosing to bat on winning the toss.
All-rounder Fabian Allen clobbered three sixes off the penultimate over to power West Indies to a three-wicket win against Sri Lanka in the final Twenty20 International on Sunday. Chasing a modest target of just 132, the two-time world champions struggled
After a brilliant bowling effort by Islamabad United all-rounder Faheem Ashraf, who took three Quetta Gladiators wickets for a measly 11 runs off his 4 overs, it was the turn of the top order of United to give them a solid start which paved the way
After a demoralising eight-wicket loss against England in the first T20 International that saw their famed batting flounder badly, India will take on England in the second T20 International at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Motera on Sunday.
Ahmedabad: India’s winning combination from the T20 International series in Australia will definitely change especially in batting with Rohit Sharma coming in as opener and Rishabh Pant likely to don the gloves ahead of KL Rahul.
Ahmedabad: Jos Buttler powered England to an eight-wicket victory over India on Tuesday, with the tourists taking a 2-1 lead in their five-match Twenty20 series despite a sparkling innings from Virat Kohli. The home skipper’s 77-run blitz revived India
England Twenty20 skipper Eoin Morgan said on Thursday the upcoming series against India was an “extremely exciting” challenge that would help the team prepare for the World Cup later this year. The five-match series starts in Ahmedabad
The selectors have included three exciting uncapped pace bowlers in 19-year-old Mohammad Wasim Junior, 20-year-old Arshad Iqbal, and 22-year-old Shahnawaz Dhani in multiple squads. Ace leg-spinner Yasir Shah will miss the tour as he is recovering from a knee injury.