Pakistan captain Babar Azam's lead as the top ODI batter continues to diminish as India's Shubman Gill makes further inroads on the batter on the latest ICC rankings update. Gill has been in superb touch for India during the first two matches of their ODI series against Australia, with the in-form opener having amassed a total of 178 runs for the series during the opening two contests. The right-hander hit a quickfire 74 during the opening match of the series in Mohali and backed that up by scoring the sixth ODI century of his career in Indore to reach a new career-high rating on the updated list for ODI batters.
Veteran cricketer Shahid Afridi Wednesday shared a heartfelt note for his daughter, Ansha, expressing his feelings over her marriage with Pakistan pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi. The wedding ceremony took place in Karachi a day earlier. Following their engagement two years ago, the couple had tied the knot in an intimate nikah ceremony held in February this year. In an emotional and moving post on X, formerly Twitter, the former cricketer wrote Urdu couplets for his daughter
Spinner Shadab Khan's position as the team's vice-captain is in danger owing to his poor performance as Pakistan selectors mull squad for the ICC World Cup 2023, a Daily Jang report published Monday stated. The mega tournament is scheduled in India in October and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is expected to announce the team by Thursday. In this regard, skipper Babar Azam and chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq had consultations and will meet PCB chief Zaka Ashraf in Lahore today (Monday) during which matters related to the squad would come under discussion
Plagued by injuries, the Pakistan cricket team is left with no choice but to look for replacements following Naseem Shah's shoulder injury which has raised questions over the right-arm pacer's availability for the upcoming International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup 2023. The right-arm pacer suffered a shoulder injury during Green Shirts' match against India in the 2023 Asia Cup. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in a statement on Saturday, provided an update on Shah's health that read: "The PCB's medical team has been monitoring the status of Naseem Shah’s shoulder injury sustained during the Asia Cup 2023. Medical consultations with the experts are underway to provide the best possible care to Naseem." "The PCB medical panel will decide on the fast bowler's return to cricket based on further assessments," the statement added. The injury has raised doubts over the 20-year-old's availability for the upcoming ICC World Cup 2023.
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