Former India coach and cricketer Madan Lal has slammed Pakistan legend Javed Miandad, saying that the latter is mentally unstable. Madan Lal’s comments have come in the wake of Miandad’s recent controversial remarks against former Pakistan captain and present Prime Minister Imran
Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad has come down hard at his country’s Prime Minister Imran Khan for a variety of reasons. In an interview with Cricket Pakistan, Javed Miandad specifically pointed out installing foreigners and clueless individuals for top-notch positions with the
Javed Miandad, the former Pakistan legendary batsman, was a complete entertainer on the cricket field. Whether it was his backfoot punches or his street-smart batting or his verbal duels with the opposition bowlers, Javed Miandad was folklore’s delight. One of the most
Former Indian keeper-batsman Kiran More has revealed a sledging incident that transpired during their tour of Pakistan in 1989. While Pakistan and India’s players hold immense respect for each other, things have got out of hands in the heat of things often.
Kiran More, former Indian wicket-keeper, recently recalled the instance when both Indian and Pakistani cricketers celebrated Holi together while being embroiled in a hotly contested encounter. Pakistan Cricket team had traveled to India for a series of six ODIs and five Test
Virat Kohli has made record-breaking look easy. He has taken bowlers of any stature to the cleaners and added runs in abundance. Already, a modern day great, if Virat Kohli continues to pile up runs in similar fashion he might well end
Cricket is a team sport. I know you must have heard this cliche for the longest period of time and perhaps continue to do so but the fact of the matter is, the lines between it being a team sport or a
Former Pakistan legend Javed Miandad has lauded the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and Sunil Gavaskar, claiming cricket will never see any more of those. All three have featured with each other and have had quite competitive matches during their playing days. While
Pakistan great Younis Khan has time and again showed his gratitude towards the legendary Javed Miandad for molding him better as a batsman. In 2015, Younis Khan broke the record of Miandad to become the highest run-scorer for Pakistan in Test cricket.
Ravi Shastri. former all-rounder-turned commentator and the current head coach of the Indian cricket team, has revealed a banter that he had with Pakistan legend Javed Miandad with regards to winning the Audi in the 1985 World Championship of cricket. The 1985