Sports Round Up
Batsmen cost Pakistan the game
Batsmen cost Pakistan the game, says Sallu
Former chief selector Salahuddin Ahmed Sallu feels Pakistan lost the third ODI due to their low score on a pitch on which more than 300 runs should have been made.“The team played beautifully in the second ODI, especially the seniors, and that led the team to victory.“The seniors can really motivate the other players and play an important role in winning matches.
Teach us cricket, we’ll teach you football’ – Brazilian coach Sanchez’s offer to Younis
Pakistan batsman Younis Khan on Friday met Brazilian football coach Romildo Sanchez, who is in Karachi to train young Pakistani footballers for a few days. The veteran batsman, after warmly greeting the coach, shared his love and passion for football and requested Sanchez to promote the sport in Pakistan.
Blind cricket camp in full swing for world cup preparations
National blind cricket training camp is in full swing at two different cricket venues of the city to prepare for the World Cup blind T20 Cup being played from January 31 in India. Players are working hard under the watchful eyes of experienced coaches for a tough assignment in India”, said General Manager, Cricket Operations, Pakistan Blind Cricket Council, Yousaf Haroon while talking to media.
Sarkar lifts Bangladesh, Southee inspires New Zealand
Rookie opener Soumya Sarkar led a makeshift Bangladesh to a competitive 289 all out on day one of the second Test against New Zealand in Christchurch.
Murray slays Querrey in Australian Open
Andy Murray saw off giant-killer Sam Querrey on Friday as he ramped up his bid for a first Australian Open title after the shock departure of six-time champion Novak Djokovic.
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