Bangladesh vs West Indies 2nd Test Day 1: Shadman, Shakib star to give Bangladesh the upper hand

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Shadman Islam enjoyed a successful start to his Test career

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Debutant Shadman Islam and captain Shakib Al Hasan scored 76 and 55 not out respectively as Bangladesh claimed the upper hand over the West Indies on the opening day of the second Test in Dhaka.

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Pakistan vs New Zealand 2nd Test Day 4: Yasir’s six-for levels series at 1-1

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Yasir Shah finished with figures of 6-143 off 44.5 overs

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Pakistan spinner Yasir Shah led his side to an innings and 16-run win over New Zealand on the fourth day in Dubai after slicing through the Black Caps’ batting line-up with a six-wicket haul.

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Pakistan vs New Zealand 2nd Test Day 3: New Zealand made to follow on after Yasir’s magnificent eight-for

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Yasir Shah finished with figures of 8-41 off 12.3 overs and followed that up with two more wickets when New Zealand were made to follow on

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Pakistan spinner Yasir Shah carved through New Zealand’s line-up with an eight-wicket haul and even took two more wickets when they followed on.

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Afridi and Ramiz make bold claims about the significance of an India-Pakistan Test series

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Shahid Afridi believes a five-Test series between India and Pakistan will be bigger than the Ashes

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Legendary Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi firmly believes that if India and Pakistan were to play a five-Test series, it would overtake the Ashes as the most fierce rivalry in cricket.

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Australia vs India 3rd T20: Kohli, Krunal star as India ensure series ends as a 1-1 draw

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Virat Kohli scored his 19th half-century in Twenty20 Internationals

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India captain Virat Kohli smashed an unbeaten 61 and Krunal Pandya took four wickets to lead their side to a six-wicket win over Australia in the third Twenty20 International in Sydney.

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