In an exclusive interview with TRT World, Wasim Akram explains what makes the current Pakistani cricket team unique despite losing the semi-finals of the short-format World Cup.
Pakistan’s authoritative victory has turned them from tournament hopefuls to chief contenders for the coveted World Cup title virtually overnight.
Jubilant cricket fans pour onto the streets across Pakistan and in parts of India-administered Kashmir to hail Pakistan's rout of India at T20 World Cup – their first-ever World Cup win over arch-rivals India.
Captain Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan hit half-centuries to secure Pakistan's first-ever victory against any opposition in a T20, while India also faced the ignominy of losing by such a margin for the first time.
Organised by Bollywood directors Karan Johar and Zoya Akhtar, the show will be live-streamed by Facebook and pay tribute to workers fighting the pandemic.
India posted 279-7 after winning the toss at Queen's Park Oval and choosing to bat. West Indies was all out for 210 in 42 overs, chasing a revised target of 270 from 46 overs because of rain.
India defeat Pakistan at Old Trafford boosting their chances of a semi-final spot while extending its record to 7-0 against Asian rival Pakistan.
Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan hits a blazing century to set up a 36-run win over Australia as reigning champions suffer their first defeat of this year's tournament.
India's PM Narendra Modi tags Bollywood stars, cricketers and politicians in a torrent of tweets, urging them to inspire people to vote in upcoming general elections. Meanwhile, opposition Congress promises jobs for women if it is voted to power.
Captain Virat Kohli's team entered the final day with hopes of a 3-1 series victory and also its first win at the SCG since 1978. But rain meant there was no play and umpires called it off early, giving India a 2-1 series win.
Leading the series 2-1 after the 137-run thrashing of Tim Paine's depleted Australia in Melbourne on Sunday, Virat Kohli's team are in the box seat to shrug off the nation's history of underachievement Down Under.
Newcomer Lungi Ngidi blasted through India's top and middle order to seal the tourists' fate and give South Africa an unassailable 2-0 in the three-match series.
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