Younis believes Pakistan is capable to beat traditional rival India
Talking to a private TV channel, he said Pakistan has defeated India in Champions Trophy before and they are capable of doing that again.
Former captain Younis Khan believed that Pakistan team has the capability to beat traditional rival India when they meet them in their inaugural ICC Champions Trophy match on June 4 at Edgbaston, England. The current Pakistan team has a strong batting line up and the ability to chase big total and win the matches. The ICC Champions Trophy is a great opportunity for skipper Sarfraz Ahmad to take the national team forward.
Rain ruins Pakistan's second warm-up game against Australia at Edgbaston
The match was called off only after 10.2 over due to incessant rain. Australia, who defeated Sri Lanka in their first warm-up, had advanced to 57-1 in the 11th over when the match came to a premature conclusion. After winning the toss, Australia started brightly as Aaron Finch and David Warner raced to 30 before Mohammad Amir broke through.
Pak team performance evaluation test is World Hockey League: Qasim
Member of the National Hockey Selection Committee Qasim Khan believes the performance evaluation test of Pak senior hockey team will be in World hockey league in England next month to perform to a higher level. Talking to APP, he says this event is going to be a real test of the team and reveals its exact performance and progress to help us in knowing that where does it stand and how successful we have been in its rebuilding process. Selection committee was given a free hand by the PHF to take into consideration every deserving player emerged in the talent hunt trials or being a part of the team National Junior Team.
Barcelona appoints Ernesto Valverde as their head coach on a two-year deal, with an option for a third
Former Barca forward Valverde announced last week that he was leaving Athletic Bilbao after four years in charge. He replaces Luis Enrique, who revealed in March that he would leave the club - who finished second in La Liga - at the end of his three-year contract.
Tiger Woods apologises after DUI arrest
Golf superstar Tiger Woods was charged with driving under the influence by police in Florida on Monday, dealing a fresh blow to the former world number one as he struggles to resurrect his career. The 14-time major champion blamed his arrest on a reaction to a mixture of prescription medication he has been taking, insisting in an apology to fans that alcohol was not involved in the incident.