Pakistan cricketers Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman have been nominated for the ICC Player Of The Month Award For April 2021. Nepal cricketer Kushal Bhurtel is the third cricketer nominated for the award. Cricket fans can give their votes for their favourite
The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) has revealed its take on the controversial run-out dismissal that took place during the second ODI between Pakistan and South Africa in Johannesburg. The batsman in question was Fakhar Zaman, who departed for a marvelous 155-ball 193 as
Pakistan batsman Fakhar Zaman was the lone wolf during their steep run-chase against South Africa in the second ODI in Johannesburg on Sunday. With all seemed lost at 120-5 in the 24th over, chasing 342, Fakhar Zaman rose to the occasion by
On Sunday (4th April), the hosts South Africa just managed to claim a 17-run victory in their pink ODI against the visitors Pakistan and levelled the three-match ODI series by a 1-1 margin with the last ODI to be played yet, which
Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman lit the Wanderers in Johannesburg on fire in the second ODI between South Africa and Pakistan, almost single-handedly taking Pakistan past Proteas’ total of 341 runs. In the process, he created a couple of world records as well.
Pakistan’s middle-order batsman Fakhar Zaman came up with a herculean effort on Sunday as he smashed a giant hundred to help Pakistan chase a mammoth target. However, he was denied of his maiden ODI double-hundred by Quinton de Kock, the South Africa
Fakhar Zaman, the opening batsman from Pakistan, came up with a miraculous knock as Pakistan took on South Africa in the second ODI of the three-match series. Fakhar Zaman smashed 193 runs and was run out by Aiden Markram as he missed
Pakistan opening batsman Fakhar Zaman has earned a special status within the national army. Pakistan Navy revealed that they have conferred Fakhar Zaman with honorary lieutenant’s rank for his achievements within cricket and association with the Navy. Fakhar Zaman made his international
Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman has been ruled out of the forthcoming series in New Zealand after showing symptoms of Covid-19 before the squad’s departure. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) confirmed the news on Sunday. The board stated that Fakhar Zaman had fever and
In a major boost for Pakistan, senior all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez, prolific batsman Fakhar Zaman are among the six players cleared to join the squad which has already flown to England for the Test and T20I series starting in the end of July.