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newsdailySeptember 11, 2019
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Indian authorities had threatened Sri Lankan cricketers that they will be “ousted” from the Indian Premier League if they visit Pakistan, Federal Minister Fawad Chaudhry claimed Tuesday.

“Informed sports commentators told me that India threatened SL players that they will be ousted from IPL if they don’t refuse Pak visit,” Chaudhry tweeted.

The Sri Lankan team will arrive in Pakistan to play three ODIs and three T20I matches from September 27 to October 19.

On September 9, ten players, including T20I captain Lasith Malinga and previous skippers Angelo Mathews and Thisara Perera, hauled out of Pakistan visit refering to security concerns, authorities said.

Following an assault on the Sri Lankan group transport during a Test coordinate in Lahore in March 2009, a lion’s share of global groups have would not visit the South Asian nation.

Related: Ten Sri Lankan cricketing stars to skip Pakistan visit

The Sri Lanka Cricket board said in an explanation that players in a starter squad were advised on security courses of action for the six-coordinate constrained over arrangement, and given the opportunity to choose on the off chance that they needed to travel.

Following the instructions, ten players “remained away” from the arrangement of three One-Day Internationals and three T20 games, planned to start on September 27 in Karachi, it said.

The other seven who quit were Niroshan Dickwella, Kusal Perera, Dhananjaya de Silva, Akila Dananjaya, Suranga Lakmal, Dinesh Chandimal and Dimuth Karunaratne.


newsdailySeptember 9, 2019
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Conveying one of his most emotional significant last exhibitions, Rafael Nadal caught his nineteenth vocation Grand Slam title Sunday by winning his fourth US Open, outliving Russia’s Daniil Medvedev 7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 4-6, 6-4.

The 33-year-old Spanish left-hander moved one short of Roger Federer’s untouched men’s record 20 Grand Slam triumphs and turned into the second-most established New York champion in the Open time after Ken Rosewall in 1970 at age 35.

“Has been one of the most enthusiastic evenings in my tennis profession,” Nadal said.

A video tribute in the wake of his coarse triumph moved Nadal to tears.

“The manner in which that the match turned out to be extremely sensational toward the end, that makes this day remarkable,” Nadal said.

“Observing all the achievement, every one of the minutes that rung a bell, I attempted to hold the feeling, yet a few minutes was unimaginable.”

It required an incomparable exertion from the Spanish maestro, who almost turned into the primary player to drop the last subsequent to driving by two sets since Ted Schroeder in 1949 preceding winning a close to five-hour spine chiller.

“This triumph implies a great deal,” Nadal said. “What’s more, the manner in which it occurred. It was difficult to control the nerves. The nerves were so high subsequent to having the match practically leveled out.”

World number two Nadal took the top prize of $3.85 million at Arthur Ashe Stadium and added to his US Open trophy pull from 2010, 2013 and 2017.

Nadal, who was in his fifth US Open title coordinate and 27th Grand Slam last, is the main man to guarantee five noteworthy titles in the wake of turning 30.

Nadal, who rose to 22-12 of every five-set matches, possibly lost once at a Slam when up two sets, to Italy’s Fabio Fognini in the 2015 US Open third round.

“I pretty much had the match leveled out,” Nadal said. “The manner in which he had the option to battle, to change the cadence of the match, was staggering.”

‘Unimaginable, ridiculous’

At four hours and 50 minutes, the match completed four minutes shy of rising to the longest last in US Open history from Mats Wilander’s 1988 success and Andy Murray’s 2012 title.

It was the subsequent Slam title of the year for Nadal in the wake of taking his twelfth French Open crown in June.

Notwithstanding arriving at the very edge of Federer’s imprint, Nadal moved one short of the Open period record five US Open titles won by Federer, Jimmy Connors and Pete Sampras.

“A nineteenth Grand Slam title is something staggering, silly,” Medvedev said.

Nadal, who won his just earlier gathering with Medvedev in a month ago’s Montreal last, extended his success streak over Russians to 20 matches since losing to Nikolay Davydenko in the 2011 Doha semi-finals.

Fifth seed Medvedev, 23, would have been the most youthful men’s Grand Slam champion since Juan Martin del Potro at the 2009 US Open.

Medvedev, who will ascend to a profession best fourth in the rankings, was a victor at Cincinnati and sprinter up at Montreal, Washington and the Open.

“His late spring was probably the best summer I at any point saw,” Nadal said. “Individuals saw why he is now number four on the planet.”

Medvedev, who saw his profession best 12-coordinate win streak snapped, would have been the main Russian to win a Grand Slam title since Marat Safin at the 2005 Australian Open and the principal Russian to win the US Open since Safin in 2000.

Electric fifth set

On a blade’s edge at 5-5 in the third set, Medvedev reeled off eight of the last nine to constrain a fourth, breaking Nadal in the twelfth game with a strike champ.

“To be straightforward in my psyche, I was at that point figuring, ‘What do I say in the discourse, it will be in 20 minutes,” Medvedev said.

“I resembled, ‘I need to battle for each ball,’ and it went further however it turned out poorly way.”

Nadal was broken in the tenth round of the fourth set to drive a fifth when Medvedev impacted a sterling strike return victor.

Nadal protected three Medvedev break opportunities to hold in the second round of the fifth set, terminated a strike volley champ to break Medvedev in the fifth game and held onto a 5-2 edge when Medvedev hit an overhead crush long.

Serving for the match, Nadal was broken when umpire Ali Nili issued Nadal a period infringement for his first serve and the Spaniard sent his second long, the group booing Nili for his call.

Nadal wasted two break and match focuses in the ninth game as the dramatization heightened.

Again serving for the match, Nadal protected a break point at that point hit a forehand drop volley for his third match point shot and Medvedev sent a forehand return long to end matters.

Nadal shouted and tumbled to the court on his back in delight and depletion.


newsdailySeptember 7, 2019
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Previous Pakistan spinner Abdul Qadir, credited for restoring the craft of leg-turn bowling in 1970s and 80s, passed on of a heart attack in the place where he grew up Lahore, his child told AFP on Friday.

“My dad never showed some kindness issue so it was abrupt and stunning that he endured an extreme assault and couldn’t endure,” Salman Qadir told AFP.

Qadir, who might have turned 64 on September 15, was one of top choices of previous skipper Imran Khan — presently Pakistan’s head administrator.

Qadir made his Test debut against England in 1977 and proceeded to play 67 Tests, taking 236 wickets with a best of 9-65 against England at a similar setting in 1987.

Those figures are as yet the best by a Pakistan bowler in a Test innings.

He likewise took 132 wickets in 104 one-day internationals, with Imran utilizing him as an assaulting weapon in the 1983 World Cup held in England.

He played last of his global matches in 1993.

Qadir’s one of a kind moving activity was as appealing as it was dangerous, turning the ball gigantically and had a deadly googly and a flipper.

Incredible Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne — the second most noteworthy Test wicket taker with 708 (just behind Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan’s 800) — was likewise a major aficionado of Qadir.

Previous Pakistan commanders Wasim Akram, Moin Khan, Rashid Latif and Waqar Younis drove the sympathy messages, saying Qadir’s passing was “an extraordinary loss of Pakistan cricket”.

“We have lost an incredible man who was an establishment in himself,” said Wasim who played close by Qadir during the 1980s.

PM Imran Khan communicated despondency over Qadir’s end and said that Pakistan has lost an incredible cricketer.

The leader said Qadir was his companion and that he is petitioning God for his family.


newsdailySeptember 4, 2019
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Pakistan Cricket Board has named the previous commander, Misbah Ul Haq as the group’s new head coach and chief selector, while Waqar Younis has been given the duties of bowling coach , News Daily wrote about Wednesday.

The couple has been chosen with consistent vote of all the five individuals from the board PCB shaped to choose group the executives.

PCB had chosen to not give any augmentation to the four-part instructing staff of head coach Mickey Arthur, bowling coach Azhar Mahmood, batting mentor Grant Flower and coach Grant Luden, on the guidance of the cricket board of trustees.

There were two different possibility for the post of head coach including Pakistan’s previous coach , Mohsin Khan and previous Australian batsman, Dean Jones, who has additionally worked with Islamabad United in the Pakistan Super League.

In any case, the five-part board has chosen to give Misbah the obligation to mentor the national group, who is a Level II qualified mentor from the PCB and ECB.

Then again, it is Waqar Younis’ fourth stretch with the national group in the limit of a mentor, already, he has been Pakistan’s bowling trainer in 2006-07 and lead trainer in 2010-11. After two years, the Bhurewala Express was by and by designated as the leader of the side in 2014 and held the situation for a long time till 2016.


newsdailyJuly 18, 2019
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Pakistan cricket team chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq has stepped down from his role. 

The former Pakistan skipper, who was appointed at chief selector in April 2016, made the announcement in a press conference. :News Daily Report

Inzamam had come in for a lot of criticism for the poor selection decisions he made in choosing the 15-man roster for the World Cup.(Chief Selector Inzamam)

“I am thankful to all those who gave me a free time during my tenure of three to three-and-a-half years,” he said in a press conference on Sunday. “I am thankful to the players and the management as well.”News Daily Report

He went on to say that the selector should come up with new ideas and approaches as Pakistan have to take part in the ICC Test Championship, ICC Men’s T20 World Cup and other events in the near future.

“It would have been unfair for the new selection committee if I was given an extension of a year or two. The new selectors should be given proper time and I contributed as much as I could have during my three-and-a-half year tenure,” Inzamam added.

The former cricketer, responding to a question regarding interference in the selection of the playing eleven, said that he would clarify that the selectors decide the 15 or 16-man squad and consult from the captain and the coach when doing so.News Daily Report

“As far as the playing eleven is concerned, the captain and the coach can seek suggestions from me but I cannot take the decision,” he said.(Chief Selector Inzamam)

Inzamam feels the Men in Green performed well at the World Cup and could have gone all the way had they benefitted from the rub of the green.

“We were unlucky. The team could have won the World Cup if luck had favoured us. The players worked hard. We lost a match in the initial stages of the competition and were criticised for not improving our net run-rate. If you watched the final, you would have heard New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson saying how the pitches were difficult to play on. In the latter stages of the tournament, there were no high scoring fixtures and the pitches became difficult to play on. It was tough for us but I would still say that we performed well and the team’s new look came out in the latter stages of the tournament,” he said.(Chief Selector Inzamam)

Inzamam added that all the cricketing experts felt as if Pakistan could have won this year’s World Cup.

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newsdailyJuly 4, 2019
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Jonny Bairstow’s second successive hundred laid the foundation for England’s 119-run thrashing of New Zealand that saw the tournament hosts secure their place in the semi-finals of the World Cup on Wednesday.

It is the first time England have reached this stage since 1992, when they made the last of their three losing appearances in the final.

England, yet to win the World Cup, were set for a huge score at 194-1 off 30 overs before managing just 111 in the last 20 against a New Zealand attack missing injured fast bowler Lockie Ferguson.

But, with Bairstow making 106, a total of 305-8 proved more than enough at Chester-le-Street.

New Zealand could only manage 186 in reply as they suffered a third successive defeat of the tournament following losses to Pakistan and champions Australia — the team that beat them in the 2015 final.

One consolation for the Black Caps is that they should still join Australia, India and England in the last four as it will take a colossal change in net run-rate for Pakistan to overtake them even if Sarfaraz Ahmed’s side beat Bangladesh at Lord’s on Friday.

“I am really pleased,” said man-of-the-match Bairstow. “We knew these two games were must-win to give ourselves the best opportunity of reaching the semi-final.

“We knew the performances in the last couple of games weren’t up to scratch. To play the way we have and hopefully keep it going into the semis is pleasing.”

England are now guaranteed to finish third in the standings and so will play in the second semi-final at Edgbaston on July 11.

As things stand, they are in line to face India, currently second, but it is still possible for Virat Kohli’s men to leapfrog Australia at the top of the standings.

If England do play India it will be a repeat of Sunday’s match at the Birmingham ground when, following back-to-back defeats by Sri Lanka and Australia, they inflicted a first reverse upon Kohli’s side.

The opening semi-final between the first and fourth-placed sides is scheduled for Old Trafford next Tuesday.

New Zealand stumble

New Zealand, who would have reached the semi-finals had they won this match, saw their chase start badly when Henry Nicholls was lbw for a golden duck to Chris Woakes and decided against a review that would have reprieved him.

Martin Guptill, the leading run-scorer at the 2015 World Cup, then fell cheaply but worse followed for New Zealand when senior batsmen Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor were dismissed by contrasting run-outs.

Black Caps skipper Williamson, who came into this match with a tournament average of 113.50, fell for 27 in unlucky fashion when fast bowler Mark Wood got his fingertips to a Taylor drive and deflected the ball onto the non-striker’s stumps with Williamson out of his ground.

Taylor was far more responsible for his own exit when, deciding to go for a risky second run on 28, he failed to beat Adil Rashid’s throw from fine leg to Buttler.

After a brief stoppage when a streaker ran onto the field, the Black Caps lost Tom Latham, caught behind for 57, to leave them all but beaten at 164-7.

Earlier, Bairstow and Jason Roy (60) got England off to a flyer with an opening partnership of 123 — their third century stand in a row.

Bairstow reached his ninth one-day international hundred off 95 balls, including 14 fours and a six.


newsdailyJuly 2, 2019
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Sri Lanka held off a West Indies charge at Chester-le-Street on Monday to win an energizing clash of two World Cup likewise rans by 23 runs.

Both teams came into the match aware they could not reach the semi-finals but the Caribbean side came close to pulling off the highest successful chase in World Cup history.

Sri Lanka batted brilliantly to post a commanding aggregate of 338 for six in their 50 overs, on account of Avishka Fernando’s initial one-day universal century.

That all out looked past the West Indies in the early piece of their innings yet Nicholas Pooran burrowed profound, likewise scoring his lady ODI ton.

The West Indies ended up stuck in an unfortunate situation at 22-2, with Sunil Ambris and Shai Hope back in the changing area, both expelled by veteran quick bowler Lasith Malinga.

Chris Gayle glimmered quickly yet was gotten for 35 from a steepling top edge by Jeffrey Vandersay off the bowling of Kasun Rajitha.

Pooran, 23, held the innings together yet the West Indies’ expectations were seriously hit when Carlos Brathwaite was unfortunately run out when bowler Isuru Udana occupied the ball into the stumps off his fingertips, with the batsman well out of his ground.

The West Indies looked blue at 199-6 in the 35th over however Pooran put on 83 for the seventh wicket with Fabian Allen to keep them in the chase before a subsequent run-out.

The Caribbean side required 31 keeps running off the last three overs when chief Dimuth Karunaratne gathered Angelo Mathews to bowl without precedent for an ODI since 2017.

He hit with his first ball, evacuating a distressed Pooran, who cut at a harmless wide conveyance and was gotten behind by wicketkeeper Kusal Perera.

Prior, Fernando hit a shimmering lady ODI century, with the majority of the top request contributing to support him.

The 21-year-old achieved three figures off precisely 100 balls with eight fours and two sixes yet was gotten by Fabian Allen off the bowling of Sheldon Cottrell for 104.

Sri Lanka restored their blurring any desires for achieving the World Cup semi-finals by beating England yet an overwhelming thrashing to South Africa and results somewhere else finished their odds.

West Indies began the competition with a pounding seven-wicket win against Pakistan yet have not won a solitary match since, with their batsmen specifically disappointing them.

Australia are as yet the main side scientifically sure of their place in the last four, with India, New Zealand and England at present involving the other top-four openings.

Pakistan Bangladesh still get an opportunity of advancing.


newsdailyJuly 1, 2019
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Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz members of the Punjab Assembly Ashraf Ansari, Qasim Hinjra, Mehmood-ul-Haq and Ata-ur-Rahman have denied meeting Prime Minister Imran Khan at his Bani Gala residence, however, one lawmaker Jalil Sharqpuri has confirmed it.

A few reports earlier suggested that a number of PML-N’s national and provincial lawmakers had called on PM Khan and that speculation was rife about the formation of a forward bloc in the opposition party.

Ashraf Ansari said he held no meeting with PM Khan. “My elder brother Younus Ansari had a meeting with the prime minister. He is not a member of the PML-N and had contested the election as an independent candidate,” he said.

Hinjra said meetings are often held with the Punjab chief minister, but he did not call on the premier. MPA Ata-ur-Rahman said he was happy with the PML-N, questioning why he would meet the prime minister.

Confirming his meeting with the prime minister, Sharqpuri said that he met Khan due to the issues in his constituency. “The problems of the constituency were increasing, because of which I had to meet [the prime minister],” he said.

Riaz Pirzada, PML-N member of the National Assembly, has also denied having met the prime minister.

Meanwhile, PML-N’s Azma Bokhari termed reports of PML-N Punjab lawmakers’ meeting with the premier “untrustworthy”.

“Fawad Chaudhry and Naeemul Haq keep saying anything,” Bokhari said. “If a meeting has taken place then its evidence should also be presented.”


newsdailyJuly 1, 2019
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Police were forced to intervene as violent clashes between rival supporters marred the World Cup match between Pakistan and Afghanistan in Leeds on Saturday.

The ugly scenes at Headingley were sparked by political messages over the venue.

Eyewitnesses told AFP there were clashes in the stands at the start of the match, which spread outside the ground until security officers intervened.

“Thanks to the intervention from security personnel the situation did not go out of control,” said Ahmed Zai, who is from the Pakistani city of Peshawar, but lives in nearby Bradford.

A Pakistani journalist was also attacked by the crowd, stopping him from shooting video.

A statement from West Yorkshire police said: “Police received reports of some trouble outside the ground linked to people trying to get in. Officers attended to disperse the group without any issues and remained on patrol in the area.”

The International Cricket Council (ICC) said in a statement: “We are aware of some scuffles among a minority of fans and are currently working with the venue security team and the local police force, West Yorkshire Police, to ensure there are no further incidents.”

It added: “We do not condone any sort of political messages at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup and will work with West Yorkshire police to deal with and understand why this has happened and to ensure it does not happen again.”

The 17,000-capacity stadium was packed for the match, with Pakistan fans outnumbering Afghanistan supporters.


newsdailyJuly 1, 2019
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Jonny Bairstow hit a hundred before Chris Woakes starred as England ended India’s unbeaten run at this World Cup with a 31-run win on Sunday to once again leave semi-final qualification in their own hands.

England, who came into this match on the back of successive defeats by Sri Lanka and Australia, will be assured of a place in the last four if they beat New Zealand in their last group match on Wednesday.

India can reach the knockout phase by beating Bangladesh when they return to Edgbaston on Tuesday.

England’s bid to win a first World Cup title is based on aggressive top-order batting but the runs had dried up lately.

That made their 337-7 after captain Eoin Morgan won the toss on a good pitch in Birmingham all the more heartening.

Bairstow top-scored with 111 and all-rounder Ben Stokes added a brisk 79, with India paceman Mohammed Shami taking a career-best 5-69.

No side have made more batting second to win a World Cup match than Ireland’s 329-7 against England at Bangalore in 2011.

Title contenders India weren’t up to the task as their chase petered out on 306-5.

India were a long way off from the moment opener KL Rahul was caught and bowled for a duck by Warwickshire paceman Woakes, who reeled off an impressive three straight maidens with the new ball on his home ground.

Rohit Sharma, Rahul’s opening partner, should have fallen for four but Joe Root dropped a routine second-slip catch off fast bowler Jofra Archer.

It threatened to be a costly miss with Sharma going on to 102, his third century of the tournament, in front of an overwhelmingly India-supporting capacity crowd of more than 24,000.

Sharma also shared a second-wicket stand of 138 with India captain Virat Kohli, whose 66 was the star batsman’s fifth successive fifty of this World Cup.

But Kohli fell when he sliced Liam Plunkett to backward point.

Pressure mounts

Sharma went to three figures, after scores of 122 not out against South Africa and 140 against Pakistan, in 106 balls with 15 fours.

But the pressure of the chase told when he was caught behind off a Woakes off-cutter to leave India 198-3 in the 37th over.

Rishabh Pant made 32 at better than a run-a-ball and it looked as if he had hit the first six of the innings only for Woakes, running round from deep backward square, to hold a brilliant diving catch.

India needed 104 more runs off the last 10 overs but their hopes faded when the big-hitting Hardik Pandya (45) holed out to substitute James Vince off fast bowler Plunkett, who justified his recall in place of off-spinner Moeen Ali with 3-55.

Earlier, Bairstow and Jason Roy (66), returning after missing three matches with a torn hamstring, shared a first-wicket stand of 160 — the highest opening partnership of the tournament.

Bairstow, involved in a pre-match spat with former England captain Michael Vaughan after suggesting pundits wanted England to lose, twice saw big inside edges miss the stumps.

Roy could have been out on 21 when all-rounder Pandya appealed for a caught behind down the legside.

But umpire Aleem Dar signalled a wide instead and Kohli opted against a review, although replays suggested the ball had touched Roy’s glove.

Roy reached fifty in just 41 balls before, on 66, he was well caught by substitute Ravindra Jadeja at long-on.

A single off Pandya saw Bairstow to a 90 ball-hundred, including eight fours and six sixes, before he carved Shami to deep cover.



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