Pakistan’s clean sweep against West Indies ODI series.

In pursuit of Pakistan’s 270-run target, the entire West Indies team was bowled out for 216 in the 38th over. Aqeel Hussain stood out with 60 runs.

Pak scored 269 for 9 in the allotted 48 overs, with all-rounder Shadab Khan scoring 86 and Imam-ul-Haq 62.

It should be noted that the match was stopped due to bad weather and it was limited to 48 overs per innings.

Match in the played at Multan International Cricket Stadium, Pakistan captain Babar Azam won the toss and elected to bat first.

He said that Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf have been rested for today’s match. Shahnawaz Dhani is making his ODI debut while Hassan Ali has also returned to the team.

Shahnawaz Dhani was presented ODI cap by Shaheen Shah Afridi on which all the players congratulated him.

Pakistan’s innings

Pak innings got off to a good start with an 85-run partnership between openers Fakhr Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq but then Fakhr was dismissed for 35.

Pakistan suffered another loss in the form of captain Babar who returned to the pavilion with just one run scored while Imam was also dismissed for 62 runs.

Besides, Mohammad Haris Safar, Mohammad Rizwan (11) and Khushdal Shah (34) returned to the pavilion.

All-rounder Zashadab Khan batted brilliantly and scored a half-century but was also dismissed for 86 in the final overs.

WI captain Nicholas Pooran took 4 wickets.

West Indies innings

WI did not start well in pursuit of Pakistan’s 270-run target and other wickets fell one after another.

The hosts have already taken a decisive lead in the series by winning the first two matches.

First ODI in Pakistan defeated West Indies by 5 wickets while in the second match, Green Shirts defeated Kali Andhi by a margin of 120 runs.


Pakistan beat West Indies by 5 wickets in the first match.

Pakistan beat West Indies by 5 wickets in the first match of the 3 -match ODI series and took a zero lead in the series.

Pakistan completed the target of 306 runs in the last over with a loss of 5 wickets, while Babar Azam (103 and Imamul Haq scored 65 runs.

The guest team first opened 305 runs in the stipulated 50 overs for 8 wickets.

In the match played at Multan’s International Cricket Stadium, the West Indian captain won the toss and decided to bat.


The Pakistan West Indies ODI series will start on June 8.

The West Indies team is arriving in Islamabad today to play a series of three ODIs against Pakistan while the national cricket team has reached Multan from Lahore and players Leadership under of Babar Azam will train at Multan Cricket Stadium today.

16-member National squad is in Multan after a full three-day training camp and two scenario base practice matches. Batting, bowling and fielding drills will be seen in the stadium for three and a half hours.

The training session of Pakistan and West Indies teams will be held at Multan Cricket Stadium on Tuesday from 4.30 pm to 8 pm.

Fast bowlers Hassan Ali and Harris Roof, who are part of the national squad, are determined to put up a good show against the West Indies, saying it is fun to bowl with each other.

The first ODI of the series between Pakistan and West Indies will start at Multan Cricket Stadium on June 8 at 4 pm. The Pakistan West Indies series is part of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League.


Australia defeated Pakistan in the first T20 match.

In the match played at Gaddafi Stadium, Australia achieved the target of 163 runs given by Pakistan in the 20th over at a loss of seven wickets.

Australian captain played a match winning innings. He scored 55 runs. Shaheen Muhammad Wasim and Usman Qadir took two wickets each for Pakistan.
Austr decided to bowl after winning the toss against Pakistan.

First batting the national team scored 162 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs. Capt. Babar Azam remained prominent by scoring 66 runs.

Pakistan for capt Babar Azam once again performed brilliantly, playing an innings of 66 off 46 balls with the help of 2 sixes and 6 fours.

Mohammad Rizwan 23, Fakhr Zaman Safar Asif Ali 3, Iftikhar Ahmed 13 and Hassan Ali 10, Khushdal Shah 24 and Shaheen Shah Afridi zero.

Pak Scored 162 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs.

For the Kangaroos, Nathan Ellis took the most 4 wickets, Cameron Green took 2 wickets and Adam Zampa took 1.1 wickets.


Final of World Snooker Championship Pakistani Quest Ahsan Ramzan took the field.

Pakistani cueist Ahsan Ramzan wins the IBSF Men’s World Snooker Championship final. Pakistani civic Ahsan Ramzan wins the title of Men’s World Snooker Champion.

Young player Ahsan Ramzan beats rival 6-5 Ahsan Ramzan is the youngest Pakistani to reach the final of the tournament.

World IBSF Snooker Championship was played in Doha.

On the other hand, sweets are being distributed in the club of Ahsan Ramzan during the celebration. Bhangra in the club of fellow players.


Australian legend Shane Warren has died at the age of 52.

Warren is considered one of the greatest bowlers in cricket. He retired as the second highest wicket-taker in Test cricket.

A brief statement from Warren’s management company confirmed that he had died of a heart attack in Mount Samoi, Thailand. But he could not survive.

Cricketer Shane Warren represented Australia from 1992 to 2007 and took 708 wickets in 145 Tests.


Seven year history of PSL, Lahore Qalandars crowned the final.

The final match of Pakistan Super League 7 was played at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. Lahore Qalandars gave Multan Sultans a target of 181 runs while playing first. LQ Scored 180 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in the stipulated overs. Multan Sultans scored only 42 runs. Could score

Shaun Masood scored 19 runs for Multan Sultans, Mohammad Rizwan 14, Aamir Azmat 6, Tim David 27, while Khushdal scored 30 runs.

Shaheen Afridi took 3 wickets for Lahore Qalandars. Muhammad Hafeez Zaman Khan took 2.2 wickets while Haris Rauf took one wicket.

For Lahore Qalandars, Muhammad Hafeez played a brilliant innings of 69 runs. Harry Brooke scored 41 runs and David Visay played a lightning fast innings of 28 runs. Fakhruzzaman was caught for 3 runs. Lahore Qalandars’ third wicket fell for 25. Abdullah Shafiq was dismissed for 14 runs.

For Multan Sultans, Asif Afridi took three wickets while Shahnawaz Dhani and David Valley took one wicket each.


PSL 7 Lahore Qalandars reached the final by defeating Islamabad United.

Lahore Qalandars captain Shaheen Shah Afridi and Islamabad United captain Shadab Khan were playing in the alternate eliminator match of the seventh edition of Pakistan Super League PSL.

LQ scored 168 runs in the distributed overs while playing first. Abdullah Shafiq 52 Kamran Ghulam 30 Mohammad Hafeez 28 runs scored Fakhr Zaman 1 Phil Salt 2 Harry Brock 2 Smith Patel 21 And Shaheen Shah Afridi remained unbeaten on zero, Liam Dawson and Muhammad Wasim took two lattices each.

Pursuit of the target Islamabad United were sailed out for 162. In pursuit of the target Paul Sterling 13 Alex Hales 38 Will Jack 0 Shadab Khan 14 Liam Dawson 12 Azam Khan 40 Hassan Ali 6 Asif Ali 25 WasimJr. 4 Runs Zaman Khan Shaheen Shah Afridi and Haris Rauf took2.2 lattices each.


Islamabad United defeated Peshawar Zalmi.

In the match played at PSL 7 Gaddafi Stadium, Peshawar Zalmi had decided to bat after winning the toss against Islamabad United.

Playing first, Peshawar Zalmi scored 169 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs.

For Peshawar Zalmi, Kamran Akmal scored 58 while Shoaib Malik played the best innings of 51. Apart from them, Hussain Talat scored 28, Muhammad Haris 12 and Yasir Khan 8.

For Islamabad United, Hassan Ali took three wickets while Faheem Ashraf and Shadab Khan took one wicket each.

Islamabad United achieved the target of 170 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in the third ball of 20 overs.

Alex Hales of Islamabad United played an innings of 62 off 49 balls. Azam Khan scored 28 and captain Shadab Khan scored 22. Well Jacks scored 11 and Asif Ali scored 7.

Liam Dawson remained unbeaten on 10 off 2 balls and led the team to victory.

For Peshawar Zalmai Salman Irshad took 3 wickets while Benny Howell and Khalid Usman took 1.1 wickets each.

Islamabad United will face Lahore Qalandars in the second eliminator and whoever wins will face Multan Sultans in the final.


PSL Seven reached the final by defeating Multan Sultans.

In the match played at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, Lahore Qalandars won the toss and elected to field first against Multan Sultans.

Defending champions Multan Sultans scored 163 runs for the loss of 2 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs. In reply, Lahore team scored 135 runs for the loss of 9 wickets.

For Multan Sultans Riley Russo played an unbeaten innings of 65. Captain Muhammad Rizwan also remained unbeaten on 53. Apart from him, Amir Azmat scored 33 and Shaun Masood scored 2.

Muhammad Hafeez and Samat Patel took one wicket each for Lahore Qalandars.

In pursuit of the target Fakhr Zaman played an innings of 63 for Lahore Qalandars while Kamran Ghulam scored 20, Harry Brook scored 13 and Samat Patel scored 11.

David Wesa scored 8 and Abdullah Shafiq 5. Captain Shaheen Shah Afridi and Phil Salt scored one run each while Mohammad Hafeez was dismissed for zero.

Multan Sultans Shahnawaz Dahani got three wickets and David Valley got two wickets.